Cayetana

Final Show

Cayetana

Katie Ellen, Cave People

Sat, August 3, 2019

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

UnionTransfer

Philadelphia, PA

$15.00

This event is all ages

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Cayetana
Cayetana
"Back in 2011 the three of us weirdos met at a party in South Philadelphia and decided to start a band. At first we were called The Crimps, then Cayetano and finally settled on Cayetana. We practiced on borrowed equipment in basements for years working our way from one musical goal to the next. Cayetana took us on a wild ride we could have never imagined.

We are so floored and grateful that in a world filled with such wonderful music you all took the time to listen to us. We want to sincerely thank all the people who have come out to shows and shared in this project with us. You all afforded us the ability to play music all over the damn place. We toured with our musical heroes, gave us a sense of pride we could have never imagined, and made so many wonderful friends along the way.

As we gear up to play these last few shows for the foreseeable future...we want to celebrate the beautiful experience we had together. We hope you will join us.

Love, Augusta Allegra & Kelly"
Katie Ellen
Katie Ellen
Katie Ellen sings the blues.

Katie Ellen is a collaboration of longtime friends Anika Pyle and Dan Frelly (of the late Chumped), Lou Hanman (of RVIVR & Caves) and Anthony Tinnirella (of Strangepride). Katie Ellen is an adaptation of the stage name of Pyle's great grandmother (Kaytee Ellen), who was a successful radio personality at KTLN in Denver, CO until sued by the station for attempting to take her alias and adopted namesake to television. The band is an emotional exploration of the shifting nature of identity and personhood. The songs range from bare bedroom numbers, to dynamic indie power ballad, to snotty power pop jam.
Cave People
Cave People
Cave People is the musical project of Dave Tomaine. He likes reverb, comic books, and friendship. He does not like writing bios. Others have called Tomaine’s songwriting earnest and emotive. He never has, but admits that those are nice things to hear.
Venue Information:
UnionTransfer
1026 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia, PA, 19123