Live Music: Miki Fiki June 27th 7pm

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Live Music: Miki Fiki June 27th 7pm


RND Coffee is proud to host and introduce Miki Fiki to Roanoke as part of their multi-city summer tour. Traveling all the way from Nashville, Miki Fiki brings the sounds that make you want to move and combine them with witty and compelling lyrics.

June 27th, 7pm @ RND Coffee Lounge

$12 General admission, standing-room and limited seated based on first come-first served.


Keys, sax, bass, and drums. Nashville-based Miki Fiki isn’t the first band without guitars, and it won’t be the last. But this configuration, born in a ranch-style home in 2017, has given the group a limitless versatility: their first show was in a sweaty living room on Estes Rd., their last, at a motorcycle shop in St. Louis.

The quartet—Ted Hartog [vocals, keys], Alex Clayton [drums, percussion], Hunter Mulkey [bass], and Julia Meredith [winds, horns]— has found its sound. From their debut self-titled EP to their most recent single “Easy”, their music has been influenced from artists as varied as Anderson.Paak to Ben Folds. Jazz/funk instrumentals combine with lyric-heavy verses and big harmonies to create a sonic landscape as indie as it is pop.

“There’s a playfulness to it,” Ted says. “I’ve been a bit sensitive my whole life, and time always seems to reveal an element of drama in those emotionally charged experiences. [The emotions] are valid, and what you feel is what you feel. But this band is a place for me to look at those emotions, those real, lived experiences, and throw a soft smile on the whole thing.”

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