Katie Cash + Easy Queen

Spectrum, 150 W Broadway, Eugene

An evening of women centered rock and roll music. $6 to support traveling musicians.


Katie Cash

Winner of a 2019 Independent Music Award for Album Art for “Gift Horse” Nominated for Independent Music Award for best Alt. Country Album “Gift Horse”

The music of Katie Cash harkens to a time when rock n roll inspired revolution. In the manner of legends, she handles her guitar with an unparalleled command, embodying the music with every fiber or her being — hair flung as staccato punctuations to the heart she wears on her sleeve. She owns her vocal delivery, swinging you between high & low in an array of lustful richness and provocative rhythms. While leading, composing, producing and performing in her solo outfit, Cash also shares lead vocal and guitar duties in Oakland-based bands Year of the Fist & Skip the Needle, gliding between punk rock and rock-n-soul with graceful authenticity her fans have come to love.

Easy Queen

Easy Queen is three fierce, feminist, funny females forging fabulously funky rock. For real. The Oakland, CA-based trio reflects the Bay Area’s energy, diversity, queer community, and creativity. Fans of Sleater-Kinney, St. Vincent, Portishead, and Juliana Hatfield will love Easy Queen’s blend of grunge-y hooks, shoegaze-y guitar delay, and pop-y vocal harmonies. EQ’s distinctive songs reflect a blend of sad-bastard songs, sultry guitar solos, playing in the pocket, and gettin’ outta town. On the dusty road between PJ Harvey and Portishead, you’ll find Easy Queen singing in harmony, grooving hard, and making love to their audience.