New Orleans Artist Chelsea Saddler Coming To Herman’s Hideaway

| July 10, 2015


Chelsea Saddler brings her high energy electric performance to Denver on August 19th at Herman’s Hideaway. The music of Chelsea Saddler wear dusty, old leather boots with gravel in the soles and holes worn in the toe. As Chelsea played a one hour set on NPR’s “Roots and Branches” in Tennessee, she described her greatest influences as Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams and her “behind closed doors” musician father.

Originally from Jacksonville, FL, Chelsea has been performing in the southeast for the past decade and has released two original albums: “The Restless Windstorm” and “The Gallows.” Chelsea currently divides her time between New Orleans, LA and St. Augustine, FL and travels often in between. Chelsea recently played the VIP lounge for The Bacon Brothers and Billy Bob Thorton in Kansas City, MO and has opened for national touring artists such as Melissa Ferrick, Mount Moriah, Susan Werner, Peter Mulvey and David Olney.

She has been a finalist in The Spirit of the Suwannee Springfest Songwriting Contest and winner of St. Augustine, Florida’s songwriting contest. She has been featured on NPR Johnson City, NPR Jacksonville and The Blue Plate Special in Knoxville. She has performed at music festivals nation-wide, sharing the stage with Lyle Lovett, Jason Isbell, and Bela Flek. This is one girl you don’t want to miss on her summer tour.


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