Music City Sessions
with Lauren Davidson
The health and safety of our valued patrons and staff is The Palace Theatre’s primary concern. We have been continually monitoring the situation regarding the spread of the novel coronavirus while seeking guidance from the CDC, State and City government agencies.
Due to the immanent safety concern, The Palace Theatre will be postponing the performance from Kalie Shor on Saturday, March 14th 2020 to Saturday, October 10th 2020 at 8pm. Please be aware that your current tickets will be valid for the future date.
For any questions or concerns please call the box office at 203-325-4466 Monday-Friday from 12pm-5pm
According to The New York Times, Kalie Shorr’s debut album - Open Book - was the #7 Best Album of 2019 alongside Taylor Swift, Lana Del Ray and Ariana Grande. Along with a long list of other accolades, Variety called Open Book “2019s best freshman country effort,” so in short, 2019 was a good year for Kalie Shorr.
Shorr burst onto the Nashville music scene in 2016 with her self-penned hit “Fight Like A Girl” and shortly after, the Portland, Maine singer-songwriter became a Sirius XM “Highway Find” and was spotlighted by Apple Music, Spotify, CMT, Radio Disney Country, Pandora, Taste of Country, The Boot and even Billboard magazine. She was named a “CMT Next Women of Country”, “The New Nashville” by Teen Vogue and a “Top 10 Country Artists To Watch In 2018” by the Huffington Post. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2018 and has gone on to play that heralded stage 15 times so far. Shorr has toured with Sara Evans, RaeLynn, Jimmie Allen and is spending much of December this year supporting LeAnn Rimes’ “You And Me And Christmas” Tour.
From her work with the all-female, singer-songwriter collective Song Suffragettes, Shorr has been featured on PBS NewsHour, NPR’s “Morning Edition” and “On Point” as well as in ELLE Magazine. Her new album Open Book has already been praised by The New York Times, NPR Music and many more with Taste of Country describing Shorr’s raw and honest approach to songwriting as “courage they don’t manufacture on Music Row.”
The Palace Theatre
61 Atlantic St
Stamford, CT 06901
Saturday, March 14 at 8:00pm
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AGE RESTRICTIONS: Unless listed as a Family or Children’s event, most performances are intended for teens & adults. Some events are not appropriate for children under 18. We welcome children under the age of 3 or 4 years old for family entertainment, but we do not recommend they attend more mature offerings.
All children who have reached their first birthday require a ticket.