Jann Klose with Trevor Borden and Joshua Danyel

Listen to these up and coming singer-songwriters perform.

When: Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013, 7:30 p.m.

Where: SOhO, 1221 State St., Santa Barbara

Cost: $10

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Singer/songwriter


Jann Klose:
Jann Klose’s new album MOSAIC, due June 2013 can easily be called a sonic, lyrical and emotional mosaic from an artist, who is known as one with multi-cultural roots and an equally widely-faceted career and a voice that Public Radio’s Barb Heller says, “could sing the phonebook.”

Trevor Borden:
Born in Kenya, East Africa, Trevor Borden was raised in the bush, an isolated setting that may be the single most influential element to his craft; besides cultivating an idyllic, unadulterated, free childhood, it encouraged sincerity and transparency, along with a good work ethic. His musical pursuits began in High-school when he moved to Lisbon, Portugal. Playing electric guitar in the requisite garage punk band that every budding performer must belong to for a time, Trevor got a taste of the stage in the underground Portuguese rock scene. In 2007 Trevor made another continental jump--this one landing Trevor squarely in the golden light of southern California. The next several years were essential for Trevor as he came into his own as a musician and songwriter. It was during this time that he led his college band, The Way Much, on a 28 state tour and started a smaller side project – The Sounds of Lyon Fell. Both were a step closer to his current solo endeavor. Giants, released January 6th, 2013, blend the intimacy of Trevor's honest songwriting with the energy and power of a full band.

Joshua Danyel:
Joshua Danyel knows the exact moment he became a songwriter. “I was seven years old, in second grade, and one day at recess, the girl I had a crush on put her arm around me. That night I wrote my first song.”

Growing up in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, Josh was surrounded by musical inspiration. “My friend’s dad managed a rehearsal studio. We used to hang out there, play with the instruments, pretend we were Nirvana. Bands would come through and we’d listen to them practice – it was pretty awesome.” When he was 12 years old, he was given an acoustic guitar. “That was it,” he says. “There was no turning back.”

Phone: 805-646-4300

Event posted Aug. 20, 2013
Last updated Aug. 20, 2013


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