This event is all ages.
$39.50 – General Admission
$39.50 – Reserved Seating
*plus applicable service fees
For an additional $60.00, you can opt in to upgrade your experience to include access to the exclusive Telegraph Room before, during and after the show! Please note all Telegraph Room upgrades are subject to availability.
Join us at The Den one hour before doors for food & drinks!
All doors & show times subject to change.
Faye Webster loves the feeling of a first take: writing a song, then heading to the studio with her band to track it live the very next day. When you listen to the 25-year-old Atlanta songwriter’s poised and plainspoken albums, you can hear why: she channels emotions that are so aching, they seem to be coming into existence at that very moment. Webster captures the spark before it has a chance to fade.
Faye’s last album I Know I’m Funny haha is her most realized manifestation of this emotional and musical alchemy. Continuing to bloom after her 2019 breakthrough Atlanta Millionaires Club, Webster’s sound draws as much from the lap-steel singer-songwriter pop of the 1970s and teardrop country tunes as it does from the audacious personalities of her city’s rap and R&B community, where she first found a home on Awful Records.
In the four years since Atlanta Millionaire Club, Webster’s profile has steadily risen—as she played festivals and theatres across the world, giving rise to legions of fans, she even found her way onto the end-of-year lists of Barack Obama, Wilco and Tyler The Creator.
“One of my favorite things about songwriting is taking thoughts that people don’t really think are worthy, or might overlook, and highlighting them,” Webster says. “I like saying things that everybody thinks, but nobody’s saying… I hope people will relate to my songs, and not just be like ‘this is a good record’ but ‘this makes me feel something. This is making me think differently, this is making me question things.’ I told myself a few years ago that I was going to be more honest in my songwriting, that honesty is the best route to take with music. If I have a voice and people are listening to me, I’m not going to waste it.”
Born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in Miami, Florida, bilingual singer/songwriter maye felt inspired to write songs from a very young age thanks to growing up within a family of music. The songs that she would write throughout the years became the songs she would perform in shows around Miami which led to her first publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music. In 2019, maye released her debut single “My Love”, a song mostly in English that includes a line in Spanish, which was received with critical acclaim. maye followed it up with “Tú”, her first single fully in Spanish which was later placed on Barack Obama’s 2020 Summer Playlist. maye continues to write and release music with lyrics that reflect the romantic nostalgia of her own references such as Billie Holiday, hints of Sade, and a sultry pop sound that references that Miami heat that she was raised in.