CD release show by fingerstyle guitarist, and singer/songwriter Kate Wallace.
When: Wednesday, July 18, 2012, 7:30 p.m.
Where: SOhO, 1221 State St., Santa Barbara
Age limit: All ages
Bruce Goldish: Dream Come True CD Release
From ethereally acoustic parking structures to the Live Oak Festival stage… Fingerstyle guitar with feeling… Twisted, true stories, and lyrics that run from the from the romantic to the hilarious.
Bruce’s Guitar Style:
Flashes of new age… Slack key addict, farmer chord fan… Flamenco flourishes, classical twists, hypnotic harmonics, caffeinated percussives…
Bruce will play from his new album, a rich mix of ten guitar instrumentals and ten vocals. A little something for everyone, including his pre-love song Dream Come True (video), the high octane humorous songs The Neighbor (mp3) and Car Guitar (video), and many more. A Minnesota refugee, Bruce tours widely when not residing and recording in Santa Barbara, with his hammock and dog Juice.
“The voice of an angel”
Kate has spent her musical years as a welcome member of the most respected songwriter circles in Nashville and Los Angeles. Known for her remarkable voice and songs that are full of passion and honesty, Kate has been the New Folk winner at both the Napa Folk Festival and the Sierra Folk Festival. She has been a main stage performer at the Kerrville Folk Festival since 1993, and has played most of the great clubs throughout the country such as the Bluebird Café in Nashville, the Troubadour in Los Angeles, Club Passim in Boston and Fiddler’s Green in Atlanta.
Kate has produced, recorded and released five CDs: “Kate Wallace” on the Honest label (from which came three music videos that were in steady rotation); “Two Lane America”, “Too Long From the Sea” and “Politics and Religion” on her own New Pair O’ Dimes label. She’s had her songs recorded by famous and infamous artists alike, recorded sound tracks for major movies, been featured in two different books on songwriters, been on numerous television shows including Music City Tonight, she’s won the Johnny Mercer Songwriting Award for her song “Going Through the Emotions”, the West Coast Songwriter Award for “Dry as the Desert” and the Nashville Songwriters Award for “A Friend Like That”. She also books the popular acoustic music series, Trinity Backstage.
Event posted July 3, 2012
Last updated July 17, 2012