The California native had been recording demos on a cheap cassette recorder when one of her tapes ended up in the hands of former Blind Melon members Christopher Thorn and Brad Smith. The two were now a production team and with Eric Rosse — a producer who had worked with another Nalick fave, Tori Amos — they re-recorded her home demos in a professional studio. Two weeks later, Columbia Records contacted Nalick with an offer and soon college was put on hold. With an all-star cast of studio musicians, the 20-year-old recorded her debut, Wreck of the Day, released in April of 2005. An expanded version of the album was released in 2006, with the Shine EP following in 2008. ~ David Jeffries
$20 Advanced • Tickets at door may be a different price • Under 21 pays additional $2 at door
2016/01/15 - 2016/01/15
Additional time info:
Doors at 8:30 PM • Performance at 9:00 PM
Valet parking is available Monday through Saturday until 11PM, or you can take advantage of FREE parking across the street in the Summit County Public Library parking deck. The parking deck entrance is located on High Street, just South of East Market, and directly across from the Akron Art Museum.