This show will take place in the living room of a beautiful private home in San Anselmo. It's truly the ideal listening space and a rare chance to hear these gifted musicians perform an intimate unplugged show—but that means space is limited to only 55 guests.
To guarantee your spot, please make an advance donation at inside-lands.ticketleap.com/may18. Suggested donation is $20. All donations go to the musicians.
If you prefer to donate at the door, RSVP to drew at insidelands.org and I'll send you the address. Note that only we can only guarantee a space to those who make a reservation here on Ticketleap.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
The Dolly Mamas are three friends who love to sing and create music together. They each lend their unique and versatile voices and musical experience to this vocal harmony trio. Performing original songs as well as well arranged cover music, The Dolly Mamas are a treat to watch and listen to.
When people come to hear Rick Hardin they know they're in for an amazing voice and thought provoking imagery. He's a songwriter who knows how to express his heart and he has a vocal quality that adds depth to his words. It would be hard to find a performer more in their element on stage; Rick goes somewhere far away while he’s playing and takes the crowd there with him.
Born in Napa, CA, and raised in Sonoma, Rick Hardin has been writing songs for longer than he can recall. Since 2005 when he released his first Solo EP he has been voice to remember in the SF Bay Music Scene. Over the last ten years, he has frequented the Fillmore’s Poster Room, The KFOG Morning Show, Cafe’ Du Nord, The Mystic Theater and many venues in the SF bay area.
“House concerts and songwriter nights are some of my favorite shows, you can’t beat being face to face with the audience; its challenging, exciting and addictive. I’m really lucky to have amazing songwriting partners, Bonnie Hayes and Scott Lipsitz have been my greatest coaches and inspirations. Working on songs with people who are so creative and capable is a true pleasure.”