#805Strong Benefit Ft. Pete Muller Band, The Doublewide Kings, Haddon Cord, David Segall

#805Strong Benefit Ft. Pete Muller Band, The Doublewide Kings, Haddon Cord, David Segall

Tue 2.27.18

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:30 pm

Pete Muller Band
Singer-songwriter/pianist Pete Muller has played his music the world over, from the clubs and stages of New York and California to the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Chronicled by the likes of The New York Times and Forbes, Pete counts such artists as Billy Joel, Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin, and Elvis Costello among his influences.

Pete strives to encourage and inspire others through his music; it's only fitting that Pete is returning to SOhO for a night honoring our First Responders, and volunteer organizations like the SB Bucket Brigade.

Pete will be joined by John Whoolilurie (sax, keyboards), Dave Silliman (drums), Skip Ward (bass), Missy Soltero (vocals), Katie Jacoby (violin), and Timba Harris (trumpet, violin).

To learn more about Pete, visit https://www.petemuller.com.
The Doublewide Kings
The Doublewide Kings
Get ready for a musical journey. The Doublewide Kings command the Soho stage all night. The "Kings of the 805" kickoff the evening with a dinner set guaranteed to accentuate your taste buds. The Kings will indulge you with a slate of original rock/americana tunes and deep cut covers from the likes of Van Morrison, Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead and Rolling Stones, to name a few. To learn more about the Doublewide Kings, visit http://www.doublewidekings.com.
Haddon Cord
Haddon Cord
Haddon Cord is a singer-songwriter born and raised in Boise, Idaho. At a very young age Haddon began writing songs and performing concerts for her family and friends, so it came as no surprise to anyone when she began to seriously pursue a career as a musician. After moving to Santa Barbara at age 15, Haddon quickly became a fixture on the music scene, touring the California coast and playing at historical venues such as the Lobero Theatre, The Mint, Room 5, as well as many festivals, including Santa Barbara's Fiesta and the Fresno Fair, where she opened for Gary Allan. Haddon currently resides in Los Angeles, and spends part of her time in Nashville, performing in local spots such as The Basement and The Tippler. She is currently working on her debut EP.
Venue Information:
SOhO Restaurant and Music Club
1221 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA, 93101