Stranger Things star Maya Hawke performed a sold-out concert at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville in Tennessee on Monday night.

The 24-year-old daughter of Oscar-nominated actors Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman donned a double-denim ensemble with black booties for the $25-ticket show.

Maya – who used to date The Sandman star Tom Sturridge – let her natural beauty shine through and wore her light brown bob down as she serenaded the crowd with her whispery vocals.

Multi-talented: Stranger Things star Maya Hawke performed a sold-out concert at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville in Tennessee on Monday night

Multi-talented: Stranger Things star Maya Hawke performed a sold-out concert at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville in Tennessee on Monday night

Hawke performed songs like Thérèse off her second studio album Moss, which will be officially released on September 23.

The native New Yorker was joined onstage by her musical partners – composer and multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Lazar Davis and guitarist Will Graefe.

Maya’s next three scheduled shows – September 24 at Largo at the Coronet and September 25-26 at Hollywood Forever’s Masonic Lodge – in Los Angeles are all sold out.

‘I think it’s cool that when I play shows, young queer women who love [my Stranger Things character Robin Buckley] can come and connect to my music, too,’ Hawke told Flood Magazine last week.

Texas tuxedo: The 24-year-old daughter of Oscar-nominated actors Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman donned a double-denim ensemble

She also wore black booties for the $25-ticket show

Texas tuxedo: The 24-year-old daughter of Oscar-nominated actors Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman donned a double-denim ensemble with black booties for the $25-ticket show

Tongue out: Maya - who used to date The Sandman star Tom Sturridge - let her natural beauty shine through and wore her light brown bob down as she serenaded the crowd with her whispery vocals

Tongue out: Maya – who used to date The Sandman star Tom Sturridge – let her natural beauty shine through and wore her light brown bob down as she serenaded the crowd with her whispery vocals

Chanteuse: Hawke performed songs like Thérèse off her second studio album Moss

The new record will officially released on September 23

Chanteuse: Hawke performed songs like Thérèse off her second studio album Moss, which will be officially released on September 23

Trio: The native New Yorker was joined onstage by her musical partners - composer and multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Lazar Davis (L) and guitarist Will Graefe (R)

Trio: The native New Yorker was joined onstage by her musical partners – composer and multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Lazar Davis (L) and guitarist Will Graefe (R)

In demand: Maya's next three scheduled shows - September 24 at Largo at the Coronet and September 25-26 at Hollywood Forever's Masonic Lodge - in Los Angeles are all sold out

In demand: Maya’s next three scheduled shows – September 24 at Largo at the Coronet and September 25-26 at Hollywood Forever’s Masonic Lodge – in Los Angeles are all sold out

Hawke told Flood Magazine last week: 'I think it's cool that when I play shows, young queer women who love [my Stranger Things character Robin Buckley] can come and connect to my music, too'

Since 2019, she's played the fast-talking, lesbian marching band trumpet player - who works at Family Video with Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) on the Netflix hit show

Hawke told Flood Magazine last week: ‘I think it’s cool that when I play shows, young queer women who love [my Stranger Things character Robin Buckley] can come and connect to my music, too. There’s a lot of cohesion there’

The Sweet Tooth songstress continued: 'I don't feel like they're so disjointed, or I need them to be different in the same way that I don't need people to pretend I don't have famous parents. I love Stranger Things! I love Robin. I love my parents. I love writing music. And I'm me in all of those situations'

The Sweet Tooth songstress continued: ‘I don’t feel like they’re so disjointed, or I need them to be different in the same way that I don’t need people to pretend I don’t have famous parents. I love Stranger Things! I love Robin. I love my parents. I love writing music. And I’m me in all of those situations’

‘There’s a lot of cohesion there. I don’t feel like they’re so disjointed, or I need them to be different in the same way that I don’t need people to pretend I don’t have famous parents. I love Stranger Things! I love Robin. I love my parents. I love writing music. And I’m me in all of those situations.’

The Sweet Tooth songstress made sure to layer her white sweatshirt with a $25 Faye Webster ‘Varsity’ T-shirt, which read: ‘I know I’m funny HAHA!’

Maya was simply paying due reverence to the 23-year-old alternative folk singer, whom she served opening act duties for on Monday.

Maya made sure to layer her white sweatshirt with a $25 Faye Webster 'Varsity' T-shirt, which read: 'I know I'm funny HAHA!'

Maya made sure to layer her white sweatshirt with a $25 Faye Webster ‘Varsity’ T-shirt, which read: ‘I know I’m funny HAHA!’

Mentor: Hawke was simply paying due reverence to the 23-year-old alternative folk singer (L, pictured last Tuesday), whom she served opening act duties for on Monday

Mentor: Hawke was simply paying due reverence to the 23-year-old alternative folk singer (L, pictured last Tuesday), whom she served opening act duties for on Monday

Twinning: Coincidentally, Webster was also wearing double denim for her headlining set at the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville

Twinning: Coincidentally, Webster was also wearing double denim for her headlining set at the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville

Coincidentally, Webster was also wearing double denim for her headlining set at the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville.

Hawke will next play lesbian transfer student Eleanor in Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s dark teen comedy Do Revenge, which premieres September 16 on Netflix.

The bullying revenge flick also stars Camila Mendes, Rish Shah, Sophie Turner, Cassady McClincy, and Austin Abrams.

Premieres September 16 on Netflix! The SAG Award nominee will next play lesbian transfer student Eleanor in Jennifer Kaytin Robinson's dark teen comedy Do Revenge

Premieres September 16 on Netflix! The SAG Award nominee will next play lesbian transfer student Eleanor in Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s dark teen comedy Do Revenge

'I'll do yours if you do mine': The bullying revenge flick also stars Camila Mendes (R), Rish Shah, Sophie Turner, Cassady McClincy, and Austin Abrams

‘I’ll do yours if you do mine’: The bullying revenge flick also stars Camila Mendes (R), Rish Shah, Sophie Turner, Cassady McClincy, and Austin Abrams



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Originally posted 2022-08-23 05:34:56.