Kate & The Comets with 538st

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Get ready to groove with soulful R&B songstress Kate & The Comets and hip-hop group 538st at the legendary King Eddy on April 20.

About Kate & The Comets

Kate Stevens is a highly acclaimed vocalist and songwriter hailing from Calgary, Canada. With her emotive soul and R&B sound, riddled with jazz harmonies, Kate has established herself as one of Calgary’s finest musicians. Her music is a powerful and evocative journey through the highs and lows of relationships in the 21st century.

Kate’s storytelling abilities and sultry voice are capable of transporting listeners to the moment when they first make eye contact with a potential significant other, evoking the emotions that cause your palms to sweat and your heart race. Her most recent releases, “Comfortable” and “Love Me,” showcase her story-telling abilities in action.

Kate has received numerous awards for her songwriting and performances at prestigious venues such as the National Music Centre and the Calgary Folk Music Festival. In addition to her musical accomplishments, Kate is also a radio host at CKUA, where she uses her platform to empower and mentor upcoming musicians locally and across the airwaves.

Kate’s unapologetic approach to her music, combined with her raw talent and dedication to supporting the local music community, have made her a beloved figure in the Canadian music scene. With her soulful voice and emotive lyrics, Kate Stevens is undoubtedly one of Canada’s most exciting young artists, and she shows no signs of slowing down.

About 538st

From the balmy shores of Canada comes the sunny duo 538st featuring brothers Sam and Jake Cooke. With a foundation of hip-hop that melds jazzy R’n’B and funk, their sound is reminiscent yet fresh. Based out of Kelowna, BC, 538st formed in 2019 and has been building their platform, booking ever-bigger shows and garnering attention from prominent names in the music industry. The band especially shines in their live performance, where they exude infectious energy and musicality. Along with being front runners in their local scene, 538st has amassed passionate fans across the globe. Their fans are diverse and dedicated to supporting the project, many devoted enough to get the 538st tattoo and join the family for life. The band commonly surprises the audience with their exciting contrast between their look and their sound. The good vibes pass effortlessly between the stage and crowd, making it impossible not to dance. Sam and Jake push for musical growth and evolution while they stay grounded in their roots; 538st is named for their childhood home, in the town where they have a vigorous fan base of die-hard supporters.


Sound production equipment for the King Eddy provided by PK Sound.

Event Details:

Date: April 20, 2024

Time: 8:30 pm

Price: $20 in advance or $25 at the door

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