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Songwriters Night hosted by Andy Zipf featuring Lauren Woodall, Jacob Hudson & Jordan Burchel at Blue Jay Listening Room

Thursday, April 18, 2024 • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT


Event Details

Doors at 7. Show at 8. Seating is first come first served. Ages 18+.

$10 ticket increase at the door.

Join us for a monthly writers' round hosted by Andy Zipf featuring both local and National songwriters.

Lauren Woodall

Hailing from the heart of North Central Florida, Lauren Woodall is a singer/songwriter currently based in the vibrant musical landscape of Jacksonville. Lauren began performing professionally at just 15 years old. From there she poured her heart and soul into a career that blossomed from a hobby into a lifelong passion. After completing her Associate of Arts degree on a Fine Arts Scholarship, she transferred to the University of North Florida and completed her Bachelor of Arts in Music in 2021.

Lauren recently released her debut single, “Joice. St.,” at the close of November, and the music world has eagerly embraced this fresh, evocative sound. She had the honor of gracing stages around the U.S and Canada during her Summer of 2023 tour and made her first international appearance October 2022 in Gougane Barra, Ireland.

Jordan Burchel

Jordan Burchel is a Gainesville, FL based songwriter and producer who mythologizes the mundane and under-observed environs of modern life. Through the montage of sounds he creates in the studio and on stage, Burchel elevates spilt milk and conference calls to the higher realm of say, a sunset over the Rockies or meeting one's true love on a subway platform (or in a Subway restaurant, he supposes).

Jacob Hudson

Born in the oldest city in America, Jacob Hudson didn't grow up in a musical household, but has had the support of his family since he was a kid. Teenage heartbreak would be the catalyst for him to begin writing songs to express himself. He asked his brother for a couple hundred dollars to buy some recording equipment and would begin his journey with no knowledge of recording at all. Using his closet as a makeshift studio, he would go on to track and release his first EP, Sailors at Sea. With the experience he gained from this project and the lessons learned from playing shows around the Southeast, he went on to write and record two more EP's, The Tomb and It All Repeats. His newest project, Great Lakes, features the culmination of years of producing for other artists and reflecting on his life thus far. Sonically, his songs range from gentle to cinematic and from precise to unexpected. The lyrics can be broad and archetypal at times, but also specific and intimate. His love of writing, recording, and producing permeates through all of his songs and gives the listener a sense of warm sincerity.

Andy Zipf

Andy Zipf is a singer songwriter, director of music, artist in residence and producer living in Jacksonville, FL. His grass roots network of listeners has been built upon years of touring the U.S., predominantly focused on the east coast. Zipf’s music has been featured on ABC, MTV, VHI and other TV/film outlets. He has been reviewed in PASTE, American Songwriter, The Washington Post, Popdose, Atwood Magazine, among other publications. Since 2003, Zipf has released nine albums and scored two documentaries. He will release his tenth record, “How to Make A Paper Airplane”, March 11, 2022 on all digital platforms. Produced by Matt Williams, it features Jay Bellerose (Robert Plant, Alison Krauss), Jennifer Condos (Ray LaMontagne, Joe Henry), Dennis Crouch (Emmylou Harris, John Fogerty) and Tyler Chester (Madison Cunningham, Andrew Bird).

Venue Information

Blue Jay Listening Room
2457B 3rd St South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250-4066

Organizer Information

Blue Jay Listening Room

2457 3rd Street South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
+1 (904) 318-3020

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