• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 6pm on day of show
Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, Chelsea moved to Atlanta in 1996 where she developed the soul of the Southeast that can be heard in her music. After studying jazz guitar at the Atlanta Institute of Music, Chelsea began winning hearts performing throughout Atlanta and breaking through the feminine clichés. She is reinventing the image of females in music through her display of strong and unique songwriting with complex but catchy guitar style that she has been developing since the age of 11. Her live set is evocative of the spirit of the late 60’s. A funky groove, a reckless abandon, blistering solos, flower power, sunshine and rebellion. Her background vocal section flawlessly accentuates her command of the blues guitar, timbres fuse to create arrangements that are naturalistic and free spirited but simultaneously precise and intentional. The listener feels refreshed, invigorated and liberated, like a blue jay bathing in a fountain, singing sweet and sublime in a summer evening.
Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, singer and multi-instrumentalist Jenni Cochran grew up loving music. As far back as third grade, Cochran had a fire to write songs. After returning to the USA after working in Vietnam for a few years, she met Aaron Craker who was performing with his band Dr. Vitamin.
Aaron learned to play guitar and keyboard at an early age. The two immediately hit it off and Jenni started performing with Dr. Vitamin around Louisville, KY.
The rest was history. They spent time together. They wrote more songs, eventually coming out with their first full length record in 2017 under the name Frederick the Younger. The band is their bond, formed on rock and roll through the lens of psychedelic garage pop and soulful vocals, a tinge of Broadcast mixed with Dr. Dog and The Beatles.
There is an earnestness to their newest songs on a forthcoming, yet to be titled album, that rings true - the kind of sincerity born from experience. These songs feel alive and well-lived, tragic, nostalgic, beautiful, and contemplative, all with a solid hook. Frederick the Younger will haunt your memories, lodging themselves into your brain and refusing to let go. They will hold your hand and dance, and talk to you afterwards. These are the friends you didn’t know you had, singing to you in the dark, and guiding you to the light.