Susan Werner in Key West

Called “one of the most innovative songwriters working today,” (Chicago Tribune), Susan Werner crafts lyrics that are as sharp as thistles, and every bit as funny as they are on point. A giant on the acoustic scene, Werner is by turns wry and passionate on stage, and famous for her live shows. As she says, “If you can’t laugh about it, you might be in the wrong line of work.”

Ben Harrison

Spend Valentine’s Day swooning along with Key West’s favorite troubadour. Lean into the macabre with selections from “Undying Love”, Harrison’s own musical which recounts the historical tale of Count VonCosel’s infatuation that reached beyond the grave. Not one to linger in the shadows though, Harrison also shares upbeats classics and new songs.

Zoë Lewis

Affectionately known as “a band in a body” Zoë plays vintage jazz and world-beat grooves on anything from piano to the spoons. Known as much for her storytelling as her songs, her performances are upbeat, almost circus-like, yet poignant and oftentimes political. Zoë is an entertainer from a bygone age.

Darrell Scott

After recently touring with Robert Plant and the Zac Brown Band, producing albums for Guy Clark and being named “songwriter of the year” (ASCAP), multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Darrell Scott can now typically be found roaming his Tennessee wilderness acreage, creating meals with food raised on his property and playing music.

Lindsay Lou

Lindsay Lou has been making soulful, poignant music for the last decade.  An undeniable powerhouse, Lou’s remarkable gifts as a singer, songwriter, musician and performer demand the listener’s attention. Her singing floats over the deep groove of her band with both a fierce intensity and a tender intimacy.

The Conference

Written by Artist in Residence, Marco Calvani, The Conference is a new one-act play that follows a man and woman who serve as a reflection on contemporary politics. Over the course of an evening, the intimate becomes public and it is difficult to discern between truth and lie.

The Studios of Key West