On Wednesday night, May 22, concertgoers lined up around the block for Betty Who and her opener, Loote, at the legendary venue of Terminal 5. The night began with the young band members of Loote, Jackson Foote and Emma Lov, and their drummer took to the stage with a killer set list. The two musicians were first introduced by one of their professors at SUNY Purchase College and have been inseparable since. The kindred spirits began to lay the foundation of their particular dynamic style by writing and remixing songs.
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Musician Ari Staprans Leff, better known as LAUV, stopped to chat with The Knockturnal on the pink carpet of the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards last month where he chatted about touring with Ed Sheeran, his dream collaborations and more before hitting the stage for a very special performance.
With about two hours until the start of their show at Irving Plaza, Jackson Foote and Emma Lov Block were tucked away backstage, a ring light illuminating their faces in a private dressing room as pre-show photos were taken. Foote gives the photographer a charming boyish grin, while Block tilts her head back, and throws the camera a sultry look.