Robert Gillies & Callie Moore with Richard Atkins: Concert & Live Webcast
Robert Gillies is one part award-winning songwriter, one part folk-popper, and every bit an infectiously energetic performer. Ask him what he writes and the answer may take you by surprise: "Soap rock. I write folky, poppy, soft rock. Too many words for a genre. So I put it all together and got soap rock. It says it all, though; soap is bubbly and refreshing, and that's what I love to play. Music that gets you high on life Robert Gilliesand deeper in."
This Emeryville-based Scot is making moves, and fast. After snatching up a degree at Berklee College of Music in just over two years, he hit the earth sprinting with a performance on Ellen, appearances with Andy Grammer, Charlie Worsham, and Charlie Puth, and a slew of songwriting awards. Armed with his latest release, Astronaut, Robert Gillies is rocketing into the stratosphere, and he wants to take you along for the ride!
Callie Moore grew up in a tiny farming town in Idaho in a house that was constantly lled with music. As a child she would fall asleep to the sound of her father's many different bluegrass and western swing bands practicing well into the night. When she was 12 years old she picked up a guitar for the rst time, and within just hours she had written her rst song.
Heavily inuenced by the music of her upbringing, Callie released her folky debut album Zen Garden in June of 2010. Shortly thereafter she won the hearts of a global audience with her indie pop song and music video "October" inspired by the loss of her mother to cancer as a child. Callie's lyrics are anything from bright and witty to intimately heart-wrenching as she crafts her lyrics to relate to the many complexities of the human condition.
Richard Atkins is an incredible songwriter with an equally incredible past. After recording the now cult classic, self-titled record Richard Twice in 1970 through Mercury Records, and suffering from debilitating stage fright that quickly ended his brief recording career, Richard has returned with a renewed resolve, and an arsenal of soul-stirring songs that will leave you wanting more every time.
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