Rachel Mannes is interning for KXT 91.7 FM this summer. She’ll be providing an advanced look at the station’s Summer Cut concert as well as other posts about music this summer.
St. Vincent is the stage name for singer-songwriter Annie Clark. She has released three studio albums, all to high critical acclaim.
Raised in Dallas, Clark graduated from Lake Highlands High School in 2001, attended three years of school at Berklee College of Music, and then dropped out to move back home and pursue a music career. After touring overseas with the Polyphonic Spree and in the U.S. with Sufjan Stevens, Clark began her solo career in 2006.
Her albums – Marry Me, Actor and Strange Mercy – reflect a critical stage in Clark’s life, whether it was her transition to college, the relaxation period after her first solo tour, or simply her path to self discovery and awareness. By incorporating various instruments, including guitar, piano, organ, violin, trumpets and others, St. Vincent creates a unique sound that must be heard live to be truly appreciated.
See St. Vincent in all her glory at KXT’s Summer Cut Happy Funtime Festival at the Gexa Energy Pavilion on June 1.
Get tickets for Summer Cut here!
Want to know more? Visit her website.