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ITZALL Goode and SHC Music Tribe Present Halley Neal and Geneviève Racette

August 21, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


ITZALL Goode and SHC Music Tribe Present
Halley Neal and Geneviève Racette
August 21, 2023, at 7:30 PM
Tickets: $17 – Door – $20 HalleyNeal.eventbrite.com
You do not need to call 49 West to reserve if you have bought a ticket. Your ticket is your reservation.
100% of proceeds to artists. Email shcmusictribe@gmail.com for questions.
Website: halleyneal.com
When I Get Off of This Mountain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aw8M2siedQw&t=36s
Factory Sessions at Guild Guitars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bY3lLorwbi0
“Sonically, ‘Beautiful & Blue’ is beautifully cohesive and extraordinarily Neal.” – Guitar Girl Magazine
“…it’s lyrical, sensitive, tuneful and well-crafted.” – Andrew Frolish— Americana UK on “Beautiful & Blue”
“Enrobed with 70s musical fabrics and beautifully sung with laid back homespun melodies, this is a real discovery.” – Mike Davies — Fatea Records
Halley Neal is a folk singer and songwriter based in Nashville, TN. Inspired by artists like Joni Mitchell and Shawn Colvin, Halley’s sound combines inspirations of classic folk music and modern-day singer-songwriters, and her live shows center on themes of positivity and peace.
Halley’s debut self-titled record was released on June 4th, 2021. Halley Neal blends sounds that Neal picked up throughout her time studying at her alma mater, Berklee College of Music, as well as in the city she now calls home, Nashville, TN. The record includes a collaboration with artist Plot Twist and her former band, Rose & Kennedy, in an acoustic version of their song “Lover,” and another which was produced by guitarist for Zac Brown Band and former John Mayer co-writer and producer, Clay Cook.
Halley released her second album, “Beautiful and Blue” on September 30th, 2022. She made the record while grieving the loss of her grandmother to dementia. Dedicated to her Gram, on “Beautiful & Blue” Neal discovers the joyful parts within sorrow. Her recent sound blends effortless layered vocals with Americana production and is deeply rooted in ideas of positivity and peace with a throwback to classic folk production.
Website: genevieveracette.com
(Official) Someone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYw0xE52h5M
Hostage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2m4hIMqa5E
“The artist bears her heart going from strength to strength” -ROLLINGSTONE
“Fantastic Artist” -SIRIUS XM
“The intimate track is sure to get you emotional, with soft guitars and delicate harmonies” -INDIE88
Nationally renowned, Québécois folk-pop musician, Geneviève Racette, has captivated listeners with her gentle, yet compelling, emotional resonance, and garnered impressive industry support for her folk-pop tracks ever since her first EP in 2014. Through her vulnerable lyricism and ethereal vocals, Geneviève has emerged as a rising star in both French and English-speaking Canadian music scenes.
Satellite, Geneviève’s third full-length record (March 2022), is a 9-song collection delivering honest stories of self-discovery and reflection through the cycle of love. The album filled with intimate vocals, lush instruments, and expressive harmonies, evokes moments of love, heartbreak, healing, forgiveness and ultimately falling in love again. Like a body orbiting a star in the silence and emptiness of the universe, a satellite depends on the other to maintain its orbit, a fragile, solitary, and uncertain love. Each of us will find ourselves in this cycle of love, in this eternal period of beginnings and endings.
The recognition Satellite received upon its release has been even greater than Geneviève has experienced in the past. With glowing critiques from major outlets, including Rolling Stone, Exclaim!, CBC, Women of Americana, Americana Music Association, Sirius XM, and countless other publications and radio stations, this has undoubtedly been her most successful release to date.


August 21, 2023
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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