Cheyenne Skye, Luke Scott MacMaster, Aya Maguire

Cheyenne Skye

Luke Scott MacMaster

Aya Maguire

Wed, August 1, 2018

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Cheyenne Skye
Cheyenne Skye
Cheyenne Skye sings from the heart and writes timeless songs with an equal touch of emotion and humor along with a little sprinkle of her love for nature, and her passion for recognizing environmental issues.

She projects a combination of folk and soul sound, almost as if Patsy Cline, Nina Simone, Janis Joplin, Devandra Banhart, Jade (from Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeroes), Hurray For The Riffraff, Jim Croche and Rodriguez all had a baby together.
As an original member of the group 'Rainbow Girls', Cheyenne has shared lineups and stages with California Honey Drops, Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, ALO, Brothers Comatose, Marty O'rielly and the Old Soul Orchestra, John Craige, Handmade Moments, Groove Session, Whiskerman and so much more. She will be singing and stomping all around Western US this Spring and Summer with the release of her new EP, 'Pruned For The Picking', as she launches her solo career as a singer-songwriter.
Luke Scott MacMaster
Luke Scott MacMaster
"Luke Scott MacMaster remains a mystery to most of the
songwriting community. His songs have toured endlessly with
acts fond of the writers poetic and often heroic sadness. One such song "Untitled (Love Song)" even ended up on Counting Crows album Underwater Sunshine in 2013, but little still is heard from the singer songwriter himself. Often his social
presence can be vague but continues to insist that he is writing and recording regularly. If you stumble upon the chance to catch him live please don't miss the opportunity."

- The National Enquirer
Aya Maguire
Aya Maguire
I'm Aya Maguire, a singer-songwriter originally from the Denver area. Although I’ve played music since I was a small child, my songwriting career really began when I picked up a guitar my senior year of high school and found that songwriting could soothe my soul more than poetry or music alone. Since then I’ve been using songwriting as a means of understanding the world and distilling emotion.

I began sharing my music a few months later at my college open mic nights in Portland, and later at cafés in Seattle before moving to Boulder in 2015. My music has been described as a confessional, melodic blend of Iron & Wine and Joni Mitchell, while I draw influence from the talents of artists such as Hozier, Feist and the Tallest Man on Earth. In sharing my work, I hope to find common ground with listeners while continuing to deepen and expand my musical expression.
Venue Information:
Hotel Utah
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
http://www.hotelutah.com/