Chelsea Coleman, Brandon Taj Hanick, Maya Hall, Anne Carol Mitchell: Songwriters In-The-Round – Private Parlor Show at The Lost Church.
Doors at 7:30pm
Show at 8:15pm
Tickets at http://ticketf.ly/2sRBCDm
$10 up to the day before and $15 day of show both online and at the door.
Private Parlor Shows are open to all friends and fans of The Lost Church and the performers.
Seating is first come, first served. We recommend you buy in advance to ensure being a part of the event (parlor shows often sell out), but you can also try purchasing at the door on the night of the show.
Online sales are active until 9:30pm the night of show (unless sold out). You can purchase tickets right at the door using a card via your phone and the above Ticketfly.com link. That old-fashioned cash is also accepted, of course.
More info. about the songwriters:
Oklahoma grown singing-songwriting powerhouse, Chelsea Coleman, creates sanctuaries out of songs, wherein her audience is moved, humbled, and exalted. A courageous and vulnerable storyteller, she invites you to endure open heart surgery, skillfully mending your heartache with strands of golden thread. Each listener leaves more integrally woven in to the tapestry of humanity.
Longtime Athens, Ga. songwriter Brandon Taj Hanick has a new ‘spirit folk’ project called Future Lives, which recently released its debut album and is touring the U.S. this summer. The lyrics on the new record Mansions bring to mind the narrative, visual lyrics of Young, Cohen, Oldham and Merritt. The record sounds like Athens – the autumnal twang of Buffalo Springfield steeped in a psychedelic Elephant 6 summer. Mansions doesn’t take time for granted. It’s the warm excitement of a new, deep love. “The Knowing.” Seeing the world and watching fire fill city squares. Exploring the space/time continuum at a street fair in a dream. Dealing with death, because it’s inevitable. And it’s the end. But it’s not. But it is. There are lines about finding God and then wondering which God was found. At the heart of every song is love. Here’s what folks are saying:
“A lovingly-burnished reverie from enlightened caretakers of this New South.” — Paste Magazine
“One of the finest albums of the year” — Spill Magazine
“One of the Americana genre’s most promising up-and-coming groups.” — Exlcaim! Magazine
A native of Fukuoka, Japan, Maya Hall moved to San Francisco in 2014 in search of bigger musical pastures. In Japan, where singers are held to high standards in comparison to the United States, Maya had been a part of the music scene as a respected vocalist, taking part in a variety of different acts in Fukuoka and Tokyo.
Since moving to San Francisco, Maya has trained herself how to play the guitar in order to write her own songs, and has done so with the same musical agility she reveals when she sings. Like her voice, her guitar playing is equally her own silky and sweet style. When she plays, her chord progressions, dainty riffs and interesting rhythms match her soul exactly.
Anne Carol Mitchell is a nature-based songwriter and composer who crafts sounds from the earth. Through her music, she aims to create feeling states where stories and landscapes come alive. Her music speaks simply of the beauty of the natural world, as a call to reconnect with the Earth. Anne writes music for filmmakers working for social change, with an official selection in the 2016 Green Film Festival. She has worked extensively with LGBTQ poet Judy Grahn, scoring selections of her work. Anne has toured in an opening ensemble for Ani DiFranco, in addition to her own work as nationally touring songwriter.