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Home mySSlife Entertainment Hannah Kirby plays House of Blues - Local artist gets gig on Voodoo Stage Saturday, Aug. 10

Hannah Kirby plays House of Blues - Local artist gets gig on Voodoo Stage Saturday, Aug. 10

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    When Hannah Kirby performed at the House of Blues’ open mic night in January, she knew she wanted to come back for an extended performance.

    “I was so impressed with the response of the audience and how they wanted to have a good time,” said the 19-year-old daughter of Richard and Nancy Kirby.
    Kirby got her wish. She landed a gig on the Voodoo Stage Saturday night, Aug. 10. But she won’t be alone.      Dallas music producer Sean St. Stevens put her in touch with Rodrigo Macias, a bass player, Taylor Henry, a guitarist and Bradley James, a drummer.
    “Now that I have a band, it will be even better,” she explained.
     The group has come together in an “amazing” way, according to the 2012 Sulphur Springs High School graduate.
    “I can’t wait to take the stage with them,” she said. “I’m so excited to have my own show at the House of Blues.”
    Kirby is currently a student at Texas A&M-Commerce, majoring in music. She’s been a regular performer at events around Hopkins County since her high school days.
    The doors open at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10. There is no charge for the show. Guests will be able to order dinner from the menu. The House of Blues is located on the edge of Dallas’ West End in the White Swan Building at 2200 N. Lamar St. Call 214-978-4800 for reservations.

 

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