Ritt Momney – EARLY SHOW – w/ Hannah Jagadu & Shane T. – All Ages

All Ages
Saturday, March 05
Doors: | 5pm // Show: | 5:30pm

 PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our customers, we will be requiring proof of full COVID vaccination to enter the venue, until further notice. More details at holocene.org/vaccine

$1 of each ticket will be donated to Texas Abortion Funds which splits evenly between Texas Equal Access Fund, West Fund, Whole Woman’s Health Alliance, Inc., Frontera Fund, The Bridge Collective, Clinic Access Support Network, Fund Texas Choice, the Lilith Fund, Jane’s Due Process, and Support Your Sistah at the Afiya Center

At just 21 years old, singer/songwriter Ritt Momney has expertly infused emotion into his sound, crafting introspective records that are therapeutic for the man behind the pen as well as his listeners. The SLC native has recently gone viral thanks to his cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s “Put Your Records On,” gaining steam on TikTok while soaring up the Spotify & Apple charts. As he enters the next phase in his career, Ritt Momney continues to spread messages of romance, realization, & rebellion. It’s much more than a spin on Mitt Romney’s name. The artist, born Jack Rutter, knew from a young age that falling in line wasn’t going to be a priority. Born in Dallas, Texas, Jack’s family moved to SLC when he was around two years old. Growing up in a tight knit Mormon community, Jack’s musical experience was relegated to the church, The Beatles, and radio hits. That was until he reached high school and stumbled upon James Blake’s eponymous debut album, which arguably changed Jack’s life. He kept searching for more music, diversifying his palate, listening to other artists like Earl Sweatshirt & STRFKR. He taught himself the piano & guitar, recording acoustic covers on his phone then posting them on SoundCloud. He graduated to GarageBand & then on over to Logic. “Why would I limit myself to piano and guitar when I could plug into a computer and have the sound of any instrument I wanted at my fingertips?” he says. Jack formed the band Ritt Momney in 2017 with some friends, & they released a song called “Young Adult,” which gained some traction on Spotify. He then watched his friends all fall in line with the Mormon faith, & once he reached college he started to find some new friends. Eventually, Ritt Momney became just him, and in 2019 he released his solo effort Her And All My Friends. The project was poignant & moody, as Jack grappled with his girlfriend being away at college, his friends joining Mormon missions, & him questioning all of it. On one of his album tracks “(If) The Book Doesn’t Sell,” Jack touches on his departure from the Mormon church. He describes: “When I first stopped believing in my church and religion in general, I immediately began looking for everything wrong with it. But when I finally worked up the courage to tell my parents I was atheist and we started talking about it, I realized it shouldn’t be about who’s right and who’s wrong; it should just be about what works. And what works for you won’t necessarily work for everyone else. All I’m trying to say with this song is that spirituality should be a personal endeavor.” Ritt Momney was slated to hit the road with Dayglow this spring, but due to COVID the tour got canceled. With newfound time on his hands, Jack recorded a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s 2006 Grammy-nominated hit “Put Your Records On.” The buzz continued to grow once he posted it online, and Ritt Momney immediately gained a level of notoriety Jack hadn’t thought possible. Currently, the newly signed artist to Disruptor / Columbia Records is readying his major label debut album. The work will build upon the foundation he’s already laid, which is honest songwriting mixed with intoxicating melodies.

Vaccine Policy

To keep our customers, staff and community safe, Holocene will require proof of fully-Covid-vaccinated status* for entry into the venue.**

This decision was made in response to the surging and highly transmissible delta variant, in Oregon and across the US. In the close-quarters of a music venue — with customers drinking maskless, singing, dancing, talking in each others’ ears — the best way we can keep customers safe is to ensure the people in the room have the strongest protection from Covid, and especially from its worst outcomes. We appreciate your understanding.

We’re continuing to monitor Oregon Health Authority requirements, vaccination rates and Covid cases and will notify our audience on this page and elsewhere if this policy can be lifted or needs to be adjusted.

*To be considered fully vaccinated, you must have had both shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and have a minimum of 2 weeks that have elapsed since receiving your final dose. Proof of vaccination requires display of your vaccination card, in person or a photo on your phone, so long as the name on the card matches the name on your official ID.

** For those who are unable to receive the vaccine for a medical reason, we may, on a case by case and event by event basis, be able to allow proof of negative COVID PCR test within 24 hours of the event. To be considered for this option, you MUST contact us in advance to make arrangements at hc@holocene.org If you don’t want to or can’t show proof of vaccination for a show, we’ll be happy to give you a refund up to 14 days prior to the show date. Please contact hc@holocene.org