“We had heard about Laura Burhenn long before we actually heard her,” wrote the Washington City Paper. “And when we finally did feast our ears on the music of the sultry singer/songwriter/ pianist, it was obvious that all the hype was more than justified.” After drawing rave reviews with her indie band the Mynabirds, Burhenn returns to Strathmore in a solo performance.
Event begins at 7:30PM
Presented by: Strathmore
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