Amsterdam presents… Jo Jo Green w/ Clay Fulton & The Lost Forty, & Cassandra Cole

Saturday, October 14

7:00PM Doors ✖ Hall ✖ $10.00 ADV / $12.00 DOS ✖ 21+

St. Paul’s JoJo Green has a fresh, creative take on a nostalgic, funky, soulful sound. Lauded as “Bombastic!” by Mostly Minnesota Music, and praised as “…a band to see!” by Americana Highways, this powerhouse indie fusion quintet will get you on your feet and leave you wanting more. Fresh off the release of their latest album, “The Summer Tree”(EP – 2022) this group is a well-oiled machine, and a force to be reckoned with as the rich, agile and daring trios between vocalist Sharisse “Jermaine” Germain, Saxophonist, Zach Miller, and guitarist, Conner Allen intertwine and braid throughout their entire performance, driven by primal, soulful rhythm provided by Nancy Long and their main songwriter, Scott Yonke.


Clay Fulton & The Lost Forty is a six-piece rootsrock band from Rochester, MN. Drawing his inspiration from classic American folk singers and modern indie rock bands, Fulton has a knack for writing clever and simple lines that are both approachable and memorable. He wishes to draw out feelings of angst, frustration and grit from listeners as they grapple with the ups and downs of love and life, all the while leaving them with a sense of hope. The band spent the last year gaining local support and performing with acts like: Charlie Parr, NUR-D, The Big Wu, Yam Haus, and Them Coulee Boys.Positive Numbersisthe band’s sophomore release and is due out in August. It was recorded at Carpet Booth Studios in Rochester, MN.


Fans of modern-era vanguards like Sharon Van Etten, Lissie, Soccer Mommy, or Lucy Dacus will be ever captivated by Cassandra’s effervescent pop-punk edge. Rolling Stones describes her debut album, “Steps” as “A pearl from another time interpreted with finesse and determination.” Californian turned Minnesotan, Cassandra Cole‘s body of work dips a brush into the pigments of her deepest inner life and brushes out to make arresting portraits of the human experience.

This is a 21+ event.