Pi Jacobs, Risa Binder, Rachael Cardiello (closing set)
500 4th Street
San Francisco, CA, 94107
This event is 21 and over
Pi Jacobs is the singer you've probably heard, even if you haven't heard of her! With over 50 Song placements in television and film, Pi's music has been heard on MTV, Oxygen, Nickelodeon and several independent films. Pi’s fourth album, FIRE HORSE GIRL, was a collaboration with veteran producer Randy Wine, who's credits include U2 and Aretha Franklin. Fire Horse Girl has been lauded by several respected journalists, with John Payne of the LA WEEKLY citing " She writes memorable tunes, and she sings them with a satisfying alto sweetness that’s free of “singerly” gimmickery" and FLAVORPILL LA states: "Pi's powerful, low-slung, achey-breaky, wistful vocals charm in a strange, been-around-the-block, but still innocent kind of way."
"Risa is pop with a huge crush on country."
- Nashville Scene
Risa Binder (bine-der) is an award-winning songwriter, singer, and artist. A Maryland native, she currently lives in Brooklyn. Risa is critically acclaimed across a wide array of media: her songs have been heard on ABC and Lifetime television networks, her interviews can be found on Insider and Entertainment Tonight, and her music video and live performances can be found on Billboard.com and Amy Poehler’s web channel “Smart Girls.” The pop-country starlet has performed for Emeril at The Palazzo in Vegas and has opened for James Taylor, Akon, Frankie Perez, Billy Morrison, Gavin Degraw, Sonia Leigh, Brendan James and Steve Stevens. Currently Risa is touring her breakout debut album “Paper Heart” which was produced by Marshall Altman (Matt Nathanson, Ingrid Michaelson, and Natasha Bedingfield.)
Rachael Cardiello (closing set)
In 2011, Cardiello officially released her EP One for the Wind: a collection of five songs on layered viola, piano and voice. With the recent release of Warm Electric Winter, Cardiello breaks away from her folk-music roots with a full band and an electric sound. Recorded in the Spring of 2012 in The Galaxy Smith Recording Studios of Brooklyn, New York, this album stretches Cardiello's songwriting across a four piece horn section and an old, 1960's girl group sound. It is Cardiello’s first full length album and her official debut in the International music scene.
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