SOLD OUT -- House Concert! - Devon McClive on Dec 1st

  • December 1, 2012 · 8:00 PM
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[[This event is now SOLD OUT! Please stay tuned for our January show.!]]


Join my dear friend Nicole Bratt for her series of house concerts in San Francisco!

From Nicole:

I got to see Zoey last week, and it occurred to us that cross listing this event here would be a good idea! I have started a house concert series, and the second one is coming up! For those of you who don't know what a house concert is, there's a video at the link below, but a short synopsis is that an artist performs in my living room and the audience gives donations to pay them. It's an incredibly intimate way to see live music, make new friends, and share a fun night out.

Please see full details and RSVP info here:

About Devon McClive:
Born and raised in the Appalachian foothills of Western Maryland, Devon McClive has made her way westward to the land of honey and gold playing the cello and piano and singing all the while. She has been referred to as “velvet-voiced” and has been compared to artists such as Regina Spektor, Antony and the Johnsons and Aimee Mann. Her songs ring of human emotion, vulnerability, and a touch of political flavor. She has one solo EP, Quiet Bravery (2010) and one full length release with her band, Devon McClive and Sons, called Humankind (2011). Her song, Shine Through, was on a national television commercial for Ball Canning and aired in the summer of 2011. She tours frequently and is always searching for inspiration for new songs.

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  • Nicole B.

    Hi everyone,

    This event is now sold out and the guest list is closed. Marcellina, I will send you a confirmation email asap!

    (Aurora and Alexander, I already got yours sent out.)


    November 30, 2012

  • Nicole B.

    We have a handful of seats left for Saturday's show! It's going to be a great act and a great crowd!

    November 27, 2012

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