San Fran’s Singer/Guitar Duo – “Meklit and Quinn” - with special guest: Gabrielle Louise

February 10, 2013
7:30 pm

CD RELEASE CONCERT from San Francisco based

recording/concert artists!

Ethiopian-American singer-songwriter Meklit Hadero’s music and life are inextricably linked to the rich cultural tapestry of her background.

A catchy crossroads of Chicago Blues and New Orleans Soul and Gospel, golden-voiced singer/guitarist Quinn DeVeaux is packing concert halls all over the US.

With Hadero’s distinctive, jazzy phrasing joined to the honeyed sound of DeVeaux, a singer steeped in gospel and early rock-n-roll, this magnetic duo – who also include a couple of originals in the bargain – lend an all-new gloss to MGMT, Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Talking Heads, Lou Reed and Arcade Fire.


 [Meklit] is an artistic giant in the early stages. She sings of fragility, hope and self-empowerment, and exudes all three. What’s irresistible, above all, is her cradling, sensuous, gentle sound. She is stunning. - San Francisco Chronicle

“Soulful, tremulous and strangely cinematic, Hadero’s voice will implant scenes in your mind — a softly lit supperclub, a Brooklyn stoop, a sun-baked road. Close your eyes, listen and dream.” – Lynn Jacobson, Seattle Times


“Guitar-picker Quinn DeVeaux plays a honey of a 1940s six-string Kaye with the kind of calm speed that makes everybody feel good deep in the chest.” – SF Weekly

“New Orleans-inspired gospel and soul, will make you shimmy and clap and praise the ‘Lawd.’” – The Owl Mag

“This is one of those rare artists that reminds us that the essence of human soul is alive and well and living, in its most visceral form, in new independent music.” – Music Zeitgeist

OPENING ACT: Gabrielle Louise Singer/guitarist/songwriter

Her music is anchored deeply in folk, but undeniably drawn to rich harmonies and melodic adventurism. Her sound is earthy with touches of early Joni Mitchell, but uniquely her own.  Gabrielle is the winner of the John Maher Songwriting Award and a finalist (twice) for the John Lennon Songwriting contest.

David McGee of ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE SAYS: “Articulate and gifted…an artist who comes to music from a literary viewpoint…her lyrics are only part of the story….As a vocalist, she dives deep into her songs, exploring them in a warm, sturdy voice…captivating….”


Sunday, February 10th at 7:30pm
Doors 6:30pm – if you have reservations, please arrive by 7:15 to be seated by show time


We do not issue physical tickets. Once purchased, your name will be added to our reservations list, check in at our box office when you arrive.

NOTE: If you would like to be seated as a group/with friends, please include the first and last name of the agreed upon group name on the line provided: GROUP. Group seating is not guaranteed if requested within 3 hours of show-time. If a show is almost sold out, we cannot guarantee group seating. Purchase early if you can!

If you do not receive a confirmation email within 30 minutes of completing your purchase, call (303) 293-0075.

Most shows have assigned seating based on order of ticket purchase and party size, assigned front to back. The venue is intimate, no seats are far from the stage.

Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable/non-transferable to other shows/dates. (You can sell or give them to friends if you can’t make it.)

If you have special seating needs, (wheelchairs/elderly, etc) PLEASE let us know in advance.

We reserve the right to give up reserved seats after the show begins.

Doors typically open one hour prior to show-time (check website for info)

We serve appetizers, desserts, cocktails, wine, champagne and non-alcoholic beverages.

All tickets include sales tax.