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Sirens and Banjos night with 3 lovely banjo songwriters and their rocking bands!
You can help benefit the preservation of drinking water in the East Bay by going out to dinner at Abura Ya Sushi House in Oakland on March 7. The restaurant will generously donate 15% of the sales of food for the night to the fund. So all you have to do is spread the word and enjoy some great food! Paul Sounder and I will be bringing a mellow aquatic set to your dinner tables in an effort to contribute to the National Forest efforts, red more at the following link: http://www.nationalforests.org/moke For directions to Abura Ya: http://www.yelp.com/biz/abura-ya-oakland-2
A song and story sharing night with Diana Gameros, where the guitar and mic will be passed back and forth between the ladies and sometimes shared in a way that allows them to share a bit more about their songwriting process, the stories that go with each song and the aspirations behind the intention in the lyrics. Don't miss this special show!
VIRACOCHA - Heather Normandale, Drea.M & Ariel Wang - Put your heart on your sleeve and get inspired!! We'll make you a nice nest to feel loved and make lovely art for someone YOU love.
Paul Martin Sounder
Sounds Like: Emilíana Torrini, Lhasa de Sela, Dido, Feist
Bio: Heather's music is an exploration of the space between our earthy, aqueous nature and the subconscious. Melodic and rootsy "mermaid" folk structured around emotive vocal parts, and rolling fingerpicking rhythms on banjo, guitar, and mandolin. Heather's songwriting themes center around finding mod...See Full Bio
“Bike-touring musician inspired by “the trembling music of water” As a musician who tours by bike and train with the Pleasant Revolution, and also powers performances by pedaling, Heather Normandale already has a lot of green cred. But her environmentalism doesn’t stop with her methods of traveling or amplification; She also finds the inspiration for her music in the natural world. Her current project looks to the source of all life on the planet: water....Heather takes inspiration from water and its ubiquity in our bodies as well as in the natural environment and blended banjo, cello, and percussion to make some really gorgeous music...Heather notes in the Kickstarter campaign that the current state of the world’s waterways (as well as our own bodies) includes pollution and blockages. Her aim is “to heal, to reflect, to educate, to inspire those who want to sing, reflect, heal and connect.” Big goals – ones that show the spirit of Dylan and Baez without the attempts to im”