Fowler Out Loud: Dakota Dry
Ethnomusicology student Dakota Dry is an award-winning songwriter and singer from the Bay Area. She studied vocal music for four years at Oakland School for the Arts and has sung alongside legendary performers and artists, including Wilson Heredia, Dave Grohl, and Daveed Diggs. Dry combines raw and intimate lyricism with powerful vocals influenced by various genres, from 60s/70s Laurel Canyon folk, to pop and R&B. At the Fowler, she will be performing alongside a band of talented friends.
Fowler Out Loud: Fowler Out Loud is an evening concert series that invites UCLA students from various disciplines to perform at the museum. Support for Fowler Out Loud comes from the UCLA Office of Residential Life. All performances begin at 6 pm. Galleries are open until 8 pm.
Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 198 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd; $3/hr or max $14/day. Rideshare drop-off at 305 Royce Dr.
Image courtesy of Dakota Dry