Jeb Havens & Tawnee Kendall

Jeb Havens & Tawnee Kendall

Lee Aulson (of Bevelers)

Wed, March 19, 2014

8:00 pm

$10.00

Tickets Available at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Jeb Havens & Tawnee Kendall
Jeb Havens & Tawnee Kendall
Jeb Havens has been singing, playing the piano, and writing songs since the age of 10. His music is a blend of catchy pop songwriting and raw emotional therapy. After 6 years of living and performing around the Bay Area, he recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue new music opportunities. He has performed at numerous venues and events including Cafe Du Nord, Hotel Utah, SF Pride, The Kansas City "Out in the Crossroads" festival, Vancouver Pride, Red Devil Lounge, and Martuni's Piano Bar, where he co-hosted a monthly showcase of queer songwriters called Homophonic. He has also recorded a successful series of "Closet Sessions" videos of originals and covers on his YouTube channel.

Tawnee started her musical career at age 15, singing to Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn karaoke tapes at Bay Area farmer’s markets and county fairs. She then quickly took to the guitar and started writing and performing her own music. Her brazen performance style and sultry voice has electrified the stages of Cafe du Nord, Hotel Utah, Neck of the Woods, Red Devil Lounge, and even Shoreline Amphitheatre.
Lee Aulson (of Bevelers)
Lee Aulson (of Bevelers)
Originally from Peabody, MA, Lee Aulson is the front woman in a 2-piece folk duo, Bevelers. Started in 2011 in Portland, Oregon, Lee was acquainted with Adria Ivanitsky and the two have been a staple in local folk music in Portland ever since. In May 2013 the two release their first album, "Be Your Own Creature," and later opened for Jesca Hoop at the Doug Fir Lounge. Bevelers caught the eyes of record label, My Darling Records and are working on a second album for late spring. In Bevelers, Lee drives the project with playful lyrics and long song titles (eg. “I’m Scared We’ll Tear the World Apart in a Fit of Bloody Rage”). Her content details snapshots of memories walking around Cambridge, Massachusetts with song, “Little Seeds, ” while other jump into places of fiction, diary blurbs and emotional storms. Minimalist-folk best describes her work with simplistic finger picking and dreamy vocals. Lee stands by her practice with the mantra, “Less is More.”
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/