$10 music only; $15 dinner & show
About this show
Maurice Tani, of the acclaimed group 77 El Deora, is consistently hailed for his highly literate alchemy of traditional music forms: wide screen ruminations ranging from rye to romantic, blending a broad set of genre-stretching influences from country, jazz, and blues to film scores, gospel and classical music. He then flash freezes them into an Americana melange dripping with rural soul.
The East Bay Express describes the music of Deborah Crooks as "a more diverse take on Americana with a distinctly female tone, and quite charming." Her lyric-driven and soul-wise music draws on folk, rock, Americana and the blues. Often compared to Lucinda Williams and The Cowboy Junkies, she's recorded two full-length Cds to positive reviews, toured the North and Southwest, spoken on creativity at MacWorld and SXSW, and is an active member of the San Francisco Bay Area songwriting and arts community, where she frequently collaborates in the studio and onstage.
High St Station dinner shows DINNER SHOWS"
EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
$10.00 cover for music
$13.00-$15. special dinners
Amazing sit down table service in our
Cool Dinner Club Venue
Show opens on stage 7pm
About this artist
PERFORMING SONGWRITER/RECORDING ARTIST California songwriter Deborah Crooks is an intimate and edgy artist whose lyric driven and soul-wise music has drawn comparison to Lucinda Williams, Chrissie Hynde and Natalie Merchant. Singing about faith, love and loss, her lyrics are honed by a lifetime...
About this artist
San Francisco-born singer-songwriter Maurice Tani is best known these days as the force behind the Hillbilly Noir group, 77 El Deora. He has had a career that started as a teen with country-rock but has wound over the years through jazz, experimental electronic music, pop and a 15-year stint as...