|McCabe's & present
CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD
at The El Rey Theatre - Friday, Nov 28 - 9:00 PM - $25
DIRECT FROM McCABE'S AND SAVE
THESE TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY - HELD FOR PICKUP AT VENUE ON DAY OF SHOW
Everyone can sing with Heidi and the Sukey Jump Band! Old folk songs and fresh ones are brought to life on ukulele, magical musical saw, big ol' bass, and who knows what else! Ms. Swedberg (Seinfeld actress and McCabe's UKElear Family teacher) will show you and your kids such a good time, you'll want to start making music on your own at home. Grab a uke and join the band!
I Hear Voices! is a unique vocal quartet from Tucson, Arizona, that was formed in early 2012 by Bobby Kimmel, founder of The Stone Poneys with Linda Ronstadt, and McCabe's first concert director. Relying on uplifting material and lush vocal harmonies, they mix about half original songs with songs by other contemporary writers like Ruth Moody of the Wailin' Jennys and Gillian Welch. Their vocal sound changes with the styles of the songs they sing, from soft jazz to modern bluegrass, with interesting stops in between. Tracy Newman, who started at McCabe's playing guitar with Ricky Jay back in the day, is a Peabody- and Emmy-winning writer (Cheers, Ellen, According to Jim) who has now returned to her first career choice, folksinger. With her natural narrative, Tracy's songs are funny takes on family and insightful notes on living. Her band is top-notch, and the music is, too. What's not to like?
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