Jun 10

Catie Turner + Sophie Holohan + Baby Fisher

Catie Turner,

Sophie Holohan, Baby Fisher,
Union Stage All Ages
Doors 6PM | Show 7PM

About the event

A self-proclaimed “overthinking, overwhelmed musician with a talent in overcomplicating situations,” Catie Turner’s heart-wrenching breakthrough hit single, “God Must Hate Me,” proved a viral phenomenon upon its November 2021 release. Applauded by American Songwriter as “a platform for all sorts of reflections and interpretations…one of (Turner’s) most successful songs to date,” the track earned more than 1.2M streams in its first week, landing Catie on the cover Spotify’s influential “Next Gen Singer Songwriters” playlist. Now with almost 70M global streams, “God Must Hate Me” is joined by a powerful live performance video, filmed live at the historic St. Ann’s Church in Brooklyn, NY – Watch HERE. Named by PEOPLE as one of “25 Emerging Musical Artists You Should Add to Your Playlist,” Turner spent much of last year on the road, including a major US run supporting Canadian pop band Valley and a well-received series of dates as special guest on Léon’s Fade Into A Dream: The North American Tour. Her forthcoming single “Hyperfixations” marks the first chapter of Catie’s ambitious new project, Comedy & Tragedy, a two-part collection of songs and visuals to be released throughout 2023. Comedy & Tragedy: Act 1 and Comedy & Tragedy: Act 2 will showcase Turner’s gift for intensely personal songcraft while simultaneously flexing her sonic versatility with a newfound creative edge. At the heart of the project is Catie’s belief in the dichotomy of drama – that truth cannot exist without both comedy and tragedy. Along with “Hyperfixations,” this week saw Turner lifting the curtain on Comedy & Tragedy: The Musical: The Series, with the preview of the shortform series trailer – Watch HERE. Catie will celebrate her new music and more with her biggest US live run thus far. Comedy & Tragedy: The Tour gets underway June 3 at Dallas, TX’s Deep Ellum Art Co with stops at New York’s Mercury Lounge and Los Angeles’ Troubadour. Tickets for all announced dates are on sale now; additional dates will be announced soon. For updates and ticket information, please visit

This show is at Union Stage

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Washington, DC 20024