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Doors open 7PM | Show starts at 8PM

General Admission:

$15 Online | $20 Box Office and Phone

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Front Row Table $140
4 Seats Per Table ($35 per seat)

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Event Info

When George Clinton asked his touring manager/daughter Barbarella Bishop why he was not on Ms. Keys’ new CD she replied “Because Dad, you take too long!”

Stefanie Keys is an Indie Rock Artist, based in Northern California. While the singer toured with Big Brother & The Holding Co.for five years (2009-2014), Stefanie continued to develop her own brand of acoustic rock in her solo band project. Signed to P-Funk record label ‘We Funk Records’ and touring with Parliament Funkadelic as a featured artist for her freshman release ‘Say You Will’ (2007). Born into a musical family, her passion for the road, family, and music, runs deep.

The diversity in her band project brings soul to the edgy Janis feel of her voice, and funk to her acoustic songs. Stefanie Keys’ third CD titled ‘Open Road’ was recently released in September 2016. Produced by Keys’ guitar player Dave Shul (Spearhead) and co produced by brother and keyboard player Peter Keys (Lynyrd Skynyrd).

Recent work in Nashville, recording 2011 CD ‘Dead Horse Road’, produced by Peter Keys with members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Stefanie also tours with local Nashville artists Richie Owens & The Farm Beareu, leaning into her’rootsy’ edge. At home in San Francisco, with her bay area band mates Dave Shul, Ronnie Smith, Dave Jess and Bob Crawford, the grooves have a deep pocket, classic bay area style.

Stefanie is compared with Lucinda Williams, Jill Scott, and Grace Potter

With a passion for music and performing, her training began in musical theater in Woodstock, NY, at Stage Door Manor, Julia Richmond High in Manhattan, and at San Francisco’s A.C.T. The dream and the drive was always there – as a youngster singing and performing on the steps of the small town watering-hole, the “Old Western Saloon,” at school and the town’s “Dance Palace” talent shows – to develop her powerful voice and deliver a strong message.

“My Commitment to humanity is that all people have freedom and power to choose opportunities that express who they are. Having a voice makes a difference. We all have a voice. Own it. This is how we contribute to the world and peace on this planet. Say you will!!” -Stefanie Keys

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