Haddon Cord, Jackson Gillies & Daring Greatly

Haddon Cord, Jackson Gillies & Daring Greatly

November 11th 2021, 7:15 pm

Presented by: Americana Alive & Tag Presents


Doors: 6:30 PM  // Show: 7:15 PM

Ages: All Ages

Dinner Tables in the Stage Room 

6:30PM - Dinner guests arrive

7:15PM - Jackson Gillies

7:45PM - Haddon Cord

8:15PM - Daring Greatly 



Haddon Cord: Raised on Roots Rock, Pop, and Americana, Haddon Cord is an award-winning Singer/Songwriter. Mentored by the legendary T Bone Burnett and celebrated composer John Frizzell, Haddon won the public vote for the 2018 Unsigned Only International Songwriting Competition for her single “Million Songs”. She recently performed the main title on the CBS drama “Tell Me A Story,” starring Kim Cattrall (of Sex and the City acclaim). Haddon has appeared on stages around the world, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The London Troubadour, London Folkfest, The Bedford, [email protected] Marquis, The Fox Theater, The Lobero Theater, The Fresno County Fair, Santa Barbara Fiesta, Hard Rock L.A., and more. She has opened for artists Gary Allen, Don McClean, and Wilson Phillips, and supported Eric Hutchinson on his national “Anyone Who Knows Me” tour.


Daring Greatly: Formed in the sunny eastern foothills of Canada's Rocky Mountains, Daring Greatly combines their harmony-rich, rock n' roll with U.S Folk, Americana traditions from the '60s and '70s. They are best known for their mesmerizing family (blood) harmonies provided by two brothers, Patrick and Liam Croome. In 2015, the band leaped forward with best friend and drummer Brayden Tario from Calgary, Alberta, and moved to Southern California. Since then, the band paved their path with hours of experience performing over 1,000 shows across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The band can offer various arrangements in performances, scaling to coffee-shop, Folk/Americana acoustic sets to full sounding 7-piece Jam/Rock sets that will fill a large concert hall or theatre. They have been steadily growing a stunning catalog of soul-full original songs with two full-length albums, 'Cornerstones' (2016) and 'Works of Art' (2017), and their latest, 6-song EP 'Give Myself to the World' (2021). Their albums are filled with honest lyrics encompassed by deep and introspective messages about courage, vulnerability, and personal freedom, all of which are at the forefront of the bands' core values to lead a life that serves a purpose greater than ones-self.


Jackson Gillies is a 22-year-old residing in Santa Barbara, California. Jackson’s short 5 years of being a singer/songwriter/musician include highlights like placing top 60 on the 2019 season of American Idol, (of which the FB audition has over 28 million views,) giving the first ever TEDx Talk about his skin condition called “Hidradenitis Suppurativa,” or “HS,” winning the title of “Santa Barbara Teen Star” in 2016, and independently releasing 3 singles that have amassed hundreds of thousands of online streams. He was raised listening to music such as The Grateful Dead, CSNY, and Jimi Hendrix. His sound contains the rawness and truth of that music, and along the way has incorporated the modern songwriting sensibilities of artists such as Coldplay, John Mayer and Harry Styles. To listen to his music and get tickets to live shows, visit JacksonSings.com.

NOTE: For the safety of all attendees, proof of vaccination (or recent negative COVID test) is required for this concert at SOhO. Masks must be worn indoors unless you are dining/drinking at a table. For questions or concerns regarding this, please reach out to [email protected]