This night will feature Kristin Mooney & Claire Holley, with Grace Fellows and Jessica Kirby.
When: Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, 7 p.m.
Where: SOhO, 1221 State St., Santa Barbara
Age limit: All ages
Powdercoat is Kristin Mooney and Claire Holley. Currently working on recording an EP.
Kristin Mooney--is an American pop music, folk rock and Americana singer and songwriter. She first began performing professionally in college. After college she moved to Nashville, TN where she continued performing live and started working as a session musician. Upon returning to MN in 1989 Mooney began working with various MN musicians including Peter Himmelman, Martin Zellar, Beat The Clock, John Munson and George Scot McKelvey.
Claire Hollows--Claire Holley writes songs that are literary, playful, meditative, and earthy. A native of Mississippi, she owes much to the southern tradition of storytelling, and just as much to the southern tradition of charm. With spare, delicate arrangements and a frank, lovely, and versatile sound, she sings deceptively simple songs. Claire began playing music when she was just two years old, when she and her grandmother, an accomplished jazz pianist, would play chop sticks on the piano at her home in Jackson, Mississippi.
But it was the guitar that really got her interested in playing music. She would take a ukulele to church and sit out in the hot car strumming it between Sunday school and the church service. She ruined her father’s classical guitar by replacing the nylon strings with steel strings so she could imitate what she’d been hearing on her favorite record, Chet Atkins and Merle Travis Traveling Show.
Tickets available at the door.
Event posted Oct. 24, 2013
Last updated Oct. 24, 2013