Sounds Like: Arctic monkeys, arcade fire, The Beatles, gogol bordello, Bruce Springsteen
Manager: Buchanan Street Publishing
Bio: I like to write songs inspired by people, nature and its beauty. Our instruments the voice of the elements of the earth, shaped into vessels that help us tell the story of our lives.
These stories appear as many unique sonic textures on my forth coming, "Heads or Tales" album coming out in 2014... See Full BioMore Info
Imagine sitting in a cafe in Paris, curious to the sounds coming from an accordion and guitar at the wine bar down the street....Only, it's San Francisco on PolK Street! It is up to you to discover the magic that will happen on Friday, December 20th. Join me and one of Paris's favorite cabaret performers, Jetty Swart for an ottasite night of musical delight. Show starts at 8:30pm and ends at 11pm. Or?...... Jetty: www.jetblackpearl.com Scot: www.scotsier.com About Jetty Swart Jetty Swart, a native of the Netherlands, was taking off in a career as a graphic designer when she fell in love with a dusty old accordion in a hidden corner of a second hand shop in Prague. She took it home, mostly for its flowered bellows and its woodcraft, but when she tried to play it, she discovered a beautiful melancholic sound. And her fingers seemed to like its mother-of-pearl keys much more than the plastic computer ones they were so used to... Packing her bags, she traveled to the south or France, where, seduced by the weather, the nature, the lovely villages and a charming town called Montpellier, she decided to stay for a couple of months, singing and playing the accordion in the streets. Months turned into years, the street gave way for real stages where she met other like-minded musicians and in 2000 she started her band, Yeti. First covering old French songs and then creating her own, she has sung with her band at hundreds of festivals, theaters and clubs all over Europe, recording 2 CDs. Yeti's music-style has been described as a cabaret gypsy party where Nina Hagen and Edith Piaf meet Lauri Anderson and Bjørk.
Two toe tappin', finger snappin' mind expanding acoustic guitar sets. 8:30-10:00pm.
two kick ass solo acoustic sets! 8:30-10pm
Two toe tappin', finger snappin' mind expanding acoustic guitar sets every Thursday. 8:30-10:30pm.
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