Smooth sounds of Eryn Sharpe Trio

The Acoustic Emporium presents the Eryn Sharpe Trio on Nov. 11.

Eryn Sharpe and her band play the Acoustic Emporium on Friday.

The Acoustic Emporium presents the smooth sounds of the Eryn Sharpe Trio on Nov. 11.

Lead singer Eryn Sharpe, along with guitarist Leon Nagasaki, and upright bassist Nick Mintenko, have all spent time at music school and started off playing jazz together two years ago.

What started off as a nostalgic obsession with their parents’ (and even grandparents’) music, turned into regular gigs, friendship, original songwriting, crowdfunding, and an album.

The trio performs at the Acoustic Emporium, located at 45892 Wellington Ave., Friday, Nov. 11.

Doors open at 7 p.m., show is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $12 at the door.

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