June 22, 2021
Elora – 7 PM
Cat Evers – 8:15 PM
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We are excited to welcome you back into our space. Please note that we will not serve food or drinks, and that eating is prohibited inside but personal non-alcoholic beverages may be consumed on the premises. Attendees must wear masks and have their temperatures checked upon arrival. We recommend purchasing tickets ahead of time, as we are currently only accepting cash at the door. Please read our Covid Safety Protocol page for a full list of guidelines.
Brooklyn-based, alternative R&B artist, Cat Evers, first started writing music as a young girl growing up in Malibu, California. Raised by her grandparents from the age of five, her unconventional youth culminated in a devoted relationship to music and emotions through words and melodies. Having studied at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, she has played her original music at local New York venues such as Pianos, Nublu Classic, and The Bitter End. She recently released her single, “If Love Were A Color”, on June 1st, marking her transition into the space of musical expression that she’s sought refuge in since a young girl.
Band members include:
Miles Wilkins – Keys
Gabe Paiano – Guitar
Leon Sierra – Bass
Bryce Perry – Drums
& special guests
Vocalist and songwriter Elora was born and raised in New York. Brought up in an artistic home, the question was always ‘what type of artist will Elora become?’ At the age of 13 she auditioned for her first musical, which then led her to a career in music. She became heavily inspired by artists such as Nat King Cole, Eydie Gorme, and Anita O’day. To further pursue her passions she moved to New York City to study at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, pursuing a BFA in Vocal Jazz Performance. During her time in New York City she began to discover a passion for contemporary songwriting and had the pleasure of studying with Kate Davis and Vilray. Her debut EP of all original music, Hello Crow, released March 2020 and was recorded and produced at her home in Brooklyn. Elora continues to write music and is heavily inspired by 70’s pop, rock, and folk icons such as George Harrison, George Duke, and Joni Mitchell.
Elora – Electric guitar and lead vocals
Idris – Rhodes
Hannah Marks – Electric Bass
Connor Parks – Drums
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