Emily Moldy, The Sea People
1695 Polk St
San Francisco, CA, 94109
This event is 21 and over
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I came to Nashville on full scholarship to graduate school at Vanderbilt University's department of political science.
The same education I pursued led to my extreme disenchantment with most political processes.
My legacy will be left through the feelings invoked from the music I create with my friends.
I was born at Oak Knoll hospital in Oakland, CA, and raised in a military family in Alameda, CA.
My interests lie in books, media, and Rock & Roll.
Emily Moldy is an up-and-coming folk-soul singer/songwriter from San Diego, CA who now calls the Bay Area home. In 2010, 21 year old Emily Moldy released her first EP called "E is for Eleven" which she recorded during her time studying activism-through-art at UC Santa Cruz. Emily has a life-long investment in a few things, including: family, manifesting dreams into reality, the sharing of knowledge and resources, social equality, and music. She and her Oakland-based band have been playing throughout the larger Bay Area for about a year now, but are breaking into the 2012 music scene with an electric energy and a pop-soul sound that uses folk-song formulas to explain Life and its humorous mysteries. Expect more shows, songs, and a captivating 2012, full-length album from this up-and-coming artist artist.
The Sea People
With a sound that could be described as socially conscious disco, or perhaps indie erotica, the Sea People's gritty, punchy, crunchy, and wavy funk-folk-dance-rock soundscapes electrify the limbs of listeners with colorful soul vibes.
The band was formed at Stanford University in late September 2009 by keyboardist Chris Beachy and guitarist Charlie Glick; very soon the lineup included Dan Barden
stein bangin' at them drums and Ella Cooley up front on the lead vocals. In late January of '09, David Kettler, one of Charlie's friends from Delaware, began to slap basses with Sea People.
The People are people who enjoy playing music, eating cereal and taking medium-length walks on the beach; they are people who enjoy making people dance; they are people who want to see people. They are The Sea People.
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