Carla Holden graces Sunnyvale with a house concert.
RSVP. Suggested donation: $10
Thursday, February 10, 2004. 8 p.m. Sharp.
Sunnyvale, California 94085
What’s going on
We’re celebrating the 10th house concert at my place the right way: Carla Holden plays the 10th of February. It promises to be a very special Thursday.
In addition to great music, interesting people and homemade baked goods (yes, from scratch, you’ve been missing out), I’ll be giving away some nifty schwag to celebrate.
Just RSVP. And show up, of course.
About Carla Holden
It was sheer luck (and good traffic) that introduced me to the music of Carla Holden. You, on the other hand, don’t need smooth sailing on the I-5 to make it to this show.
A rare native Californian, Carla attended school in Jamaica. Then she really went to school in the talent-rich clubs of New York City. After returning home to LA, she put her new-found chops to use on Wake Up and Love Me. Her debut disc meshes lyrics that range from angry to vulnerable with a mix of scat, beatboxing, driving percussion and crunchy guitars.
Carla’s hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed. She’s picked up a pair of awards from ASCAP, heard her music on MTV and snagged DJ Dangermouse (The Grey Album) to produce her next disc.
A bonus: advance notice
For reading this far, you get a prize: the details of March’s show. Award-winning singer-songwriter Adrianne will be playing on Saturday, March 5.