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The Coffee Gallery Backstage
2029 Lake Ave.

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Chauncey Bowers and Jodi Siegel Performs

Saturday, October 05, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

Cost: $20.00

Sponsor: The Coffee Gallery Backstage

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A brilliant two act show. A tasty matching of unmatched musical talents. Their showmanship and quality flows with creativity. A remarkable evening of singing, playing and wit. Chauncey Bowers: Few performers combine passion and playfulness as deftly as Chauncey Bowers. Maybe it was his early association with a shady repo man, or maybe he just went to school too long, but what we have now is a self-described “Garage Folk” singer-songwriter. These are not your mama’s songs. Remember that time you woke up in a strange room tied to a bed, a psycho girl with ADD at your side and a dead guy on the floor? Chauncey has a song about that. And then, almost as an afterthought, he will sing about a fallen friend that moves you to tears. Often compared to John Prine and Randy Newman, Chauncey plays guitar like a madman and writes lyrics that will follow you home. Jodi Siegel was born in Chicago, IL. The Home of the Blues. Over the years Jodi has opened for and or shared the stage with many respected musicians including: Albert King, Robert Cray, Robben Ford, Kris Kristofferson and countless others. She has performed throughout Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County in addition to touring across the United States and overseas all the while honing her own brand of blues, pop, R & B and jazz into songs that have been performed live and/or recorded by the likes of Maria Muldaur, Marcia Ball (title song on her Grammy nominated CD, “So Many Rivers To Cross”), and many others. Jodi is also a wicked slide guitar player with a bluesy, soulful, and mellow vocal style. Her forthcoming CD, produced by Steve Postell will be finished and released later this year.