Singacoustic 3 Oakland, CA 02/09/2023

We apologize for the inconvenience. Due to artists illness with Covid, we have decided to cancell our Singacoustic showcase. Please take care of yourselves , your health and stay safe everyone. See you on February 20th for Singacoustic 4

February 9th, 2023. Cancelled

Eileen Torrez

Lucky Seven Trio

Alexis Harte

Eileen was born and raised in Corrales, New Mexico (a small town outside Albuquerque), in a music-filled Latino household with five brothers and sisters. She studied classical guitar from the age of 11 until high school, and sang in her middle school mariachi band. Classical guitar’s complex fingerpicking patterns and nuanced chord shapes have made indelible impacts on her signature sensibility.
She describes her aesthetic as “Folk n’ b,” a melding of subtly dexterous Americana musicianship and slinky R&B swagger. Sprinkles of country, early aughts pop, and 1990s alt-rock also season her songs. Eileen’s vocals have an angelic tonality with a touch of twang that combine to infuse her work with biting observations and raw-nerved emotionality. Her lyrics employ clever metaphors, poetic turns of phrases, and twists on the biblical imagery that flooded her Catholic childhood.

The Lucky Sevens is an Americana band based in Livermore California. It is composed of amazing seasoned musicians that support original music. They formed a few years ago, are well-known around the community, and have been regularly performing Patrick’s original tunes locally for a few years now. Patrick Russ, Leanne Phillips and Brian Skinner are the fabulous Lucky Seven Trio

As a singer/songwriter, his musical roots span acoustic folk, British invasion, Americana, and electrified world-pop. In addition to sharing stages with the likes of Taj Mahal, Dar Williams, and Cat Power, Alexis placed numerous tracks from his 6 studio releases in dozens of national television shows (including CW’s Heart of Dixie, ABC’s Castle, and What About Brian, Jack And Bobby, WB’s Jake 2.0, PBS’s Now with Bill Moyers, Fox’s The Loop) and many films. The cinematic quality of his songwriting helped land him a two year publishing deal with Lionsgate Entertainment in 2008. Alexis continues to evolve his roles further into the film side of the industry, executive producing his own films. His films have screened (and won awards) at film festivals around the world.