Please join us for our next concert, this time with the sensational Emily Elbert
Saturday, October 9th at 8PM (doors open at 7PM)
$15 per person at the door-exact change helps.
Raised in Texas on a musical diet of Antonio Carlos Jobim, James Taylor, and ’60s radio, 21-year-old Emily Elbert fell in love with guitar when she was 15. She set her sights on Berklee College of Music and began winning awards – she was most recently named one of Glamour magazine’s “Top 10 College Women of 2010″. Now the Berklee junior has played over 350 shows internationally, from Alaska to Memphis, Austin to New York City, and Scotland, Puerto Rico, Saint-Barthélemy and Peru.
Emily has opened for artists as diverse as Richie Havens, G Love and Special Sauce, Janis Ian, Kaki King, Patty Larkin, Kate Voegele. Music lovers have watched her YouTube videos in droves, including over 250,000 views of her version of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
Named the Best New Artist of 2008 by WUMB-FM in Boston, she released her second album, Proof, in September 2010. It features Emily at her best, with strong melodies, straight-to-the-heart vocals, and intricate guitar work.
If you get a moment please take a listen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdRP6yhWURE
Bring a little somethin', somethin'.
Thank you and hope to see you soon!
Dan & Julie
Magic Juju Boathouse Concert Series
San Rafael, CA
For reservations please call (415) 785-4530 or email-We will send you the address and directions when you rsvp.
We just got this link from Emily Elbert-a little mini documentary on the making of her latest album "Proof".
Emily has some surprises in store for us and is making a special trip to the Bay Area on her West Coast tour just for us.
We have a little more room than usual so we're giving a special shout out for her. If you have a friend or two you can bring the more the merrier. We'd love this room to be packed for her one NorCal stop.
Thank you and we hope to see you soon!
Dan & Julie
The Magic Juju BoatHouse Concert Series
143-3rd Street, San Rafael, CA 94901
Please feel free to forward this to select folks who like live music and kinda dig the house concert scene.