with visuals by David Lynch, plus Emily Jane White
1025 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA, 94133
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
"Chrysta Bell looks like a dream and Chrysta Bell sings like a dream. And the dream is coming true." - DAVID LYNCH
"Comparisons with Portishead and Massive Attack could certainly be drawn. The dark and fiery guise of Lana Del Rey also came to mind. However, it became evident last night (at London's Bush Hall) that Bell's on-stage persona propels her to another level entirely." THEUPCOMING.CO.UK
Chrysta Bell is a singer, songwriter, entertainer, model and muse who incorporates dynamic theatrical and multimedia elements into unforgettable performance experiences. Bell has shared the stage with such talents as Willie Nelson, Brian Setzer, Donovan, and members of King Crimson. She has had the great pleasure and honor of writing and recording songs with iconic film director David Lynch, their collaboration yielding both the haunting 'Polish Poem' from his 'INLAND EMPIRE' soundtrack and an 11-song album titled This Train, released through La Rose Noire records. Chrysta Bell began her professional music career in Austin, Texas, as the lead vocalist for RCA Victor's continental gypsy swing act, 8 ½ Souvenirs.
with visuals by David Lynch
Please Note: David Lynch will not be appearing
plus Emily Jane White
There's a rare confidence to Emily Jane White's songwriting: it's at once generous and tough-minded, reflective and unsentimental. Her work shares some elements with folk music, but the term does not do justice to her ambitious songwriting and robust arrangements. White possesses a singular voice inspired by the raveled threads of the uncanny in American culture, including depression-era blues and classic works of gothic literature.
"Enough gothic imagery for an Edgar Allan Poe novel." - Rolling Stone
"San Francisco-based singer-songwriter with a dark streak, has the perfect voice -- a coarse but beautifully aged alto soaked in rye….a beautifully produced collection of shiver." - NPR
$18.00 - $20.00
Tickets Available at the Door
Tickets are $18 in advance / $20 day of show.
This is a general admission seated show.
LIMITED SEATING; 2 DRINK MIN; NO CAMERAS/RECORDING