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Thursday July 16, 8pm, at Coffee Gallery Backstage with Chappell and Dave Holt. Admission is $20. Call Backstage Reservations/Information: (626) 798-6236 between 10 A. M. & 10 P.M.
We will perform 3 songs with their regular music group, Fusion (drums, guitar, bass), in two services on July 12, the 9:30 and the 11:30 services. Their address & phone: 1871 Geary Rd, Walnut Creek, CA 94597, (925) 937-2191 http://www.unityofwalnutcreek.com/
Rivertown Poets: A-Muse-ing Mondays announces a very special reading: featuring poets Gary Turchin and Dave Holt and a poetry CD Release Party hosted by Chuck Sher Monday, July 6, 2015 Aqus Café 189 H St., Petaluma 6:30 p.m.
Mother Hen Promotions Fundraiser to raise funds for the use at FAR-West (Folk Alliance Region West) 2015 conference Howard Larman Scholarship (to pay registration fees for artists who might not otherwise be able to attend the conference) and the Venue Sponsorship Fund. Starring: Chappell & Dave Holt, Doug Adamz, Bill Amatneek, & The Keller Sisters at Mighty Fine Guitars.
Chappell and Dave Holt return to the Frank Bette Center, 1601 Paru St., Alameda, CA, for an evening of poetry and song on June 13th, 7 – 9 pm: http://www.frankbettecenter.org/poetry-at-the-bette.html
Sounds Like: Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, Dan Hicks And The Hot Licks, Joni Mitchell, The Manhattan Transfer
Label: Bohemian Hwy Music
Manager: Chappell & Dave Holt
Chappell & Dave Holt
"The Jazzy Side of Americana"
Singer/songwriters who offer an unusual musical statement –
a crossroads where jazz, blues, folk & gospel meet.
Dave Holt studied piano at Toronto’s Royal Conservatory. The 60’s brought rock ‘n’ roll, blues, jazz and a move to Northern Califor...See Full Bio
“I finally was able to give several focused listenings to your wonderful new CD, Stone & Fire. As for the music - whew!! What a journey!! Of course, I love the songs with the 30ʻs flavor, and all the background vocals are so well done - often charming and fun. But the biggest impression really is of the body of work over all, and how it was written and recorded. In this day and age of so much "cookie cutter" music, all so digitally perfect, etc - I felt like I was transported back to a time when people only made music for the True Love Of It. Your album has a great "human" quality to it, and the instrumentation supports that all the more. Real people playing real instruments. I also appreciated the careful craftsmanship of your songs. Clearly, you took no shortcuts, and let each piece evolve to the fullest. Chappell, your voice is as rich as caramel, and the two of you have finely honed your voices together over all these years. Bravo!!”