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Blue False Indigo w/ Francis King & Margaux - 7PM | $10

  • Uncommon Ground (EDGEWATER) 1401 West Devon Avenue Chicago, IL, 60660 United States (map)


Blue False Indigo is a Spooky Folk Trio currently planted in Kansas City, Missouri. Formed at a small liberal arts college in Springfield, Missouri, the fast friends have spent the past five years cultivating a style that is delightfully unique. With intricately-woven harmonies influenced by a choral background, stirring and soulful vocals, and minimalist americana instrumentation, blue false indigo has coined the term “Spooky Folk” to describe the genre that has been said to be “Mysterious” and “Hauntingly cathartic” by the university daily Kansan. The trio released their debut album, “More Light” in September of 2018.

Francis King, a born and raised Nashville native, is taking a new approach to the standard Nashville musician. While still honoring her country roots, she strives to incorporate aspects of classic rock, R&B, jazz, and pop.
She focuses on simple and poetic lyrics, blending them with easy romantic melodies.

Margaux Reifman a Chicago born and raised musician, recorded her first EP, “Five Months” in March of 2018. The name “Five Months” came to be when she wrote her first five songs in a span of five months while she lived in Hawaii between September of 2017 to January of 2018. Currently based in Chicago, this passionate and dedicated singer/songwriter looks for any and every opportunity she can to showcase her abilities. From open mics to paid gigs, Margaux believes that every performance opportunity is a chance to improve her craft and will bring her one step closer to achieving her goals as a musician. 
 Margaux’s voice combined with the ukulele creates a unique and appealing sound that instantly captures her audiences’ attention. Her lyrics ring with a positivity that not only resonates strongly in her, but with her listeners as well. Margaux hopes that by sharing the lessons she has learned and experiences she has had through song, she can help aid in healing a deeply wounded society.