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Brenda Kahn's One-Woman Show: How We Got Here

Brenda Kahn's One-Woman Show: How We Got Here


Ejecta Projects presents "Brenda Kahn's One Woman Show: How We Got Here"
(Motherhood, Climate Change, Politics, and a walk through the East Village scene in the nineties)

On Saturday, April 13, 2019, enter the enchanting world of major label recording artist, singer/songwriter, guitarist, poet and storyteller Brenda Kahn for a one-woman show of original songs, stories, and poems at Ejecta Projects Art Gallery in Carlisle, PA. Doors open at 7:30 pm.

The show will take the audience on a journey back to the early nineties through the present day. Concert-goers will follow the artist’s journey through time and space touching on themes of our relationships, our environment, our political climate and bridging the gap between womanhood and motherhood. Kahn’s stories of the road bring the characters from her songs to life including the “white trash chick at the Donut Shop," her personal history with musician Jeff Buckley, and talking backstage with 60s icon Bob Dylan.

More information about Brenda Kahn and her creative project can be found at

Brenda Kahn’s combination of Indie Rock energy (think Violent Femmes) mixed with Bob Dylanesque lyrical finesse has been a driving influence in women’s music since her debut in the early nineties. Her lyrics reveal the truth and beauty beneath everyday life and have drawn fans and audiences across the US and Europe. 

Single tickets $20 in advance; $25 at the door on the day of the show.
Tickets can be purchased online at, by contacting Ejecta Projects at, or by visiting Ejecta Projects in person*.

(*In-store credit card purchases will be subject to a small additional processing fee.) Tickets available as supplies last; only 30 seats total are available for this event.


Ejecta Projects Art Gallery

Brenda Kahn's One-Woman Show: How We Got Here