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Rebecca Loebe

Since quitting her job as a full-time audio engineer, self-described "post-brontosaurus indie folk/crunk" sinner/songwriter Rebecca Loebe has played an average of 150 shows per year in almost 40 states of the US and in Europe. An invitation to audition for NBC's new hit singing competition "The Voice," in 2011 led to her performance of an original arrangement of Nirvana's 'Come As You Are' on the premiere episode of the program. Her performance caught the attention of celebrity coaches Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera, and her version of the song landed in the iTunes Top 100 in the US, Europe and South America, peaking at #7 on the iTunes Alternative Chart in the US. Although appearing on a television show seen by 12 million people in the first of its many international airings gave her career an undeniable boost, Loebe had already been supporting herself as a fulltime touring indie/roots singer/songwriter for 4 years. In the May of 2009 she was honored as a winner of the Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Award, and the next year her full-length album 'Mystery Prize' spent over 2 months on both the US and European Americana Charts and was named by the AMA as one of the Top 100 Albums of the Year.

Taryn Hofert & Matt Shaughnessy

Taryn Hofert and Matthew Shaughnessy are long time friends and songwriters whose paths crossed years ago amidst their common pursuit of non-profit work and shared love of thrift store scavenging, covering 80’s songs and a good theological debate. Taryn, originally from New England, and Matt, from VA, both moved to The Queen City in 2005 and have been writing and playing together since. If Matt looks familiar to you it could be because he plays in several bands of various genres active in the Charlotte music scene. Taryn has spent a good part of the past 8 years doing studio work and freelancing as a writer and producer for non-profit organizations. They both perform frequently at Watershed, a non-profit, in NoDa and their songs stem from their continued life experiences as parents, relocated Charlotteans, lovers of justice, and friends who might not sound like The Civil Wars but most likely get along better.

$8.00 - $10.00


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Rebecca Loebe with Taryn Hofert & Matt Shaughnessy

Friday, August 9 · Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM at The Evening Muse