Starting with a delectable pot-luck dinner, we'll follow with the concert lineup, then end with an open song circle for everyone! 5:00-6:00 - pot luck 6:00-8:30 - concert 8:30-10:30 - song circle This is a backyard concert with lights & stage, so bring a blanket (or low chair), $20 donation (at the door), a dish for the pot luck, and instrument if you wish to take part in the song circle to be held inside in-the-round.
Sisters of Song - Susan Marie Reeves, Kate Graves, Sierra Reeves, and Josephine Johnson. My backyard! Potluck at 5pm, show at 6:30, song circle to follow concert! park on street, bring a low chair of blanket to sit on.....fun fun fun!!
The late great Townes Van Zandt would have been 71 in March. The Texas troubadour never had a successful album or single on his own, yet his songs were covered by Bob Dylan, Norah Jones, Cowboy Junkies, and The Avett Brothers. March 24 at SOhO, Songwriters At Play pays tribute to Townes with an evening of his folk, blues, and country ballads. Performers include Amber Cross, Ed Gould & Stacy Robin, Steve Kindel, Dennis Russell, Randall Lamb, Steve Werner, James Houlihan, Gary Foshee, Stephanie Croff, Steve Fort, Jeanne Newhall, and Kate Graves. This is the sixth time Songwriters At Play has presented a show at SOhO, after paying tribute to pop stars Jackson Browne, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Carole King, and Santa Barbara folksinger Randall Lamb. Cover charge is $12; tickets are available at the door. This show is open to all ages. Doors open 6:30, show begins at 7:30pm. To get the best seats, make dinner reservations at 805-962-7776. Soho Restaurant & Music Club, 1221 State Street #205, Santa Barbara, www.sohosb.com - See more at: http://www.songwritersatplay.com/calendar/#sthash.aPBpVcTp.dpuf
Bushwick Book Club. 8 Singer/songwriters read a book and write songs inspired by the book. This month the book is the Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama. Please come and blow your mind wide open.
Sounds Like: Kathleen Edwards Page, Abigail Washburn, Nanci Griffith, Patty Griffin, The Be Good Tanyas
Manager: Ben Claydon
Kate Graves writes little songs....little songs that are raw.
Sometimes they are sparse...sometimes filled with lots of little words. Often they are written about things like tasting sweet orange on your lips and wanting to kiss someone, so that they might experience tasting sweet orange on th...See Full Bio