7/29/18 - Double Feature! Brooke Ramel and Harriet Schock

BROOKE RAMEL is one of the most successful independent artists of the last decade, selling over 50,000 CDs, placed 50+ songs in tv/film, performed thousands of live shows and produced 6 original albums.

In addition to performing solo and headlining with her own band, Brooke has opened for many legendary artists and some of her greatest inspirations – Shawn Colvin, Marc Cohn, Raul Malo, Colin Hay, David Wilcox, Melissa Manchester, Lisa Loeb, Nancy Griffith, David Gates, and Bill Medley, to name a few. In 2006, Brooke sang background vocals for Ziggy Marley's album, "Love Is My Religion". That year, she was also a featured performer on an episode of the PBS series, "Branson Jubilee", which aired nationwide.
Reemerging after a hiatus to be a wife and mother, Brooke teamed up with Grammy Award-winning producer and Windham Hill Records founder Will Ackerman and world class musicians to record her first album since 2004. Joining Brooke on the album are bassist Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, James Taylor, John Lennon), guitarist Jeff Pevar (Crosby Stills & Nash, Marc Cohn, Ray Charles), drummer Aaron Sterling (John Mayer), 3-time Grammy Award winning cellist Eugene Friesen, and The Webb Sisters on background vocals (Leonard Cohen, Sting).

Newly gained perspectives are reflected in Brooke’s strongest, most honest and acoustic recording to date.

HARRIET SCHOCK is a songwriter (Grammy-nominated “Ain’t No Way To Treat A Lady”), a recording artist with seven solo albums, a performer, a songwriting consultant, teacher and lecturer as well as an author of the book, Becoming Remarkable for Songwriters and those Who Love Songs.

Her sixth album, “Harriet Schock Live” was recorded at the Coffee Gallery Backstage. Harriet co-wrote all the songs for “The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking” and the theme song for “Jakers!” as well as providing songs for many other films and TV shows, including 4 of Henry Jaglom’s films. Last year Pat Whiteman performed 3 sold-out shows of Harriet’s songs with Harriet and her band. But this will be Harriet’s firs solo concert in over 3 years. She has a strong base of fans who recently discovered her as a performer, as well as those who have followed her career since the seventies.

Harriet's live concert is full of humor, warmth and emotionally impactful songs. Accompanying herself on keyboard, Schock is joined by Joe Lamanno on bass, Andrea Ross-Greene on backup vocals, Eden Livingood on violin, Jennifer Richardson on cello and Kelly DeSarla on flute.




Sunday, July 29, 2018 | 7:00 PM | $15.00
Reservations: (626) 798-6236

Reservations are strongly suggested. Seating is limited.
Call 626.798.6236 for Reservations Between 10 A - 10 P
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