Mason Jennings has come a long way from the tropical beauty of his home island of Honolulu and his first time of picking up the guitar and music profession at the wee age of 13. The years of experience and stories he has to tell will be on stage at the Fitzgerald Theater this December 7th and we’re in for a good one. His folk-pop sound will be highlighted byway of his most recent album, Songs From When We Met, and I’m sure many other tracks from his dozen other studio albums to date. The Twin Cities seem to be sweet spot for Jennings as his first live album ever (Live at First Ave) was recorded down the road at First Avenue and 7th Street Entry, as well.
Joining Jennings will be Americana musician Frankie Lee. A local guy by way of Stillwater, Minnesota – Frankie has played things pretty low key but has inevitably gained traction and popularity with time. Lee describes his sound as “Western Music” as it dabbles primarily into acoustic storytelling and nostalgic undertones. His most recent album was released in June 2019, having been recorded in just a matter of days in his Mother’s long-time home in Stillwater, Minnesota.
Don’t miss out on these two soulful folk artists in St. Paul this December. Tickets are still available HERE and a taste of what is to come is below.