Born and bred Texan, first generation New Yorker Kaycie Satterfield has a brand new tune. Cutting her teeth in a Western Swing outfit growing up, the budding singer-songwriter learned a jazz vocabulary, which is still prevalent in her indie-rock confections. She spent 5 years in Nashville, going to school and growing an appreciation for jazz and indie music. She cites Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and the Beatles as her greatest influences. Satterfield is currently working on her EP Women’s Fiction, set to release in the spring of 2019.
Hailing from the small town of Gibsonville, North Carolina, Sarah Jordan is the little fish that keeps swimming towards bigger seas. The multi-faceted musician is a recent Brooklyn resident after living in Nashville for 5 years, where she studied music and fed her affinity for performing, songwriting, composing, and recording. Sarah recently released her debut album, Dressed in the Dark, in February of 2019. The album is an evocative journey through states of mind, relationships, and self-worth with tinges of jazz, pop, soul, and more.