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Evangenitals! Friday the 13th in Altadena!

  • Coffee Gallery Backstage 2029 N Lake Avenue Altadena, CA, 91001 United States (map)

Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day by many. On Friday July 13th The Evangenitals will celebrate bad luck and bad love (and the good songs they make!) at the Coffee Gallery Backstage in Altadena. A favorite of the legendary listening room, we will present an intimate double set of songs, stories, and sing-a-longs to ward off evil in these dark days.

Filling out the band on this glorious night will be vocalist Lisa Dee (Selah Gospel Choir), violinist Andrea Baker (The Moth Mainstage), bassist Cody Farwell (Goodnight Cody), Michael Feldman (Cousin Junebug) on keys, and Robert Shaffer (Ninja Academy) on drums and percussion. 

The Short Scoop:
What: The Evangenitals
Where: Coffee Gallery Backstage, 2029 N Lake Ave. Altadena, CA 91001
When: Friday July 13th, 2018, 8pm
How Much: $18
Reservations: (626) 798-6236
For more information visit: evangenitals.com

What some folks have said: 

“They seductively blow smoke rings of multi-colored campfire haze right through your musical senses. This is fun, freedom, and freak folk all delivered with a huge capital ‘F’.” (Jeff Perkins, Seattle Pi)

"I hope these underground bohemian diamonds stay true to themselves; they should never be tampered with." (Music News Nashville)

“The female harmonies between Juli Crockett and Lisa Dee are like the Andrews Sisters re-imagined as tragic mermaids… I haven’t heard harmonies ring this good since the Chapin Sisters were on the scene.” (LA Record)

"Transports you back to a time when the music came from front porches and folk gatherings that allowed for the songwriting to take center stage." (Today's Country Magazine)

“We’re talking about alt-country at its finest, but that’s only the start. Influences of Southern rock, cow punk and even a little klezmer pop make a tasty brew.” (Pasadena Weekly)

“Their sound is a chimera of American music, a blend of country, bluegrass, jazz and rock, with soul-fondling lyrics, which might leave your skin wet from dancing and your eyes dripping tears of joy all in the same evening.” (Monterey County Weekly)