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SHEL – Wild Child EP Release Tour (Postponed)
- Sunday, May 24, 2020
- The Main Stage
- $15 Advance / $15 Day of Show
- Tickets on Sale Now
- Main Hall Seated - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
SHEL’s versatile sound has lead to collaborations with producer Brent Maher (Ike and Tina Turner, The Judds) as well as visionary sound guru Dave Stewart (The Eurythmics). Emma Charles will open and join SHEL for the show
SHEL · 8:30pm
When the gatekeepers of the music world tried to contain the superpowers of four creative sisters - walls fell. The rubble (made mostly of ‘writer’s block’), became the ground floor of a new start. Tossing away the assembly-line process and embracing the freedom of the unknown, the sisters reconnected with their intuition and one another in a force of genetic creativity bent on healing.
With the sisterhood front and center, the scenes of a full-length album began to unfold with exciting depth and vividness, but something else was happening. “These incredibly joyful songs started to spring up.” Recalls Eva. “We’re very grateful we had an opportunity to capture them with Tim Myers and Joey Verskotzi, but none of us saw an EP like Wild Child coming. We were processing some pretty heavy and traumatic life events in writing the album, and then we were given this pause to celebrate and share the joy of our journey.”
One thing that becomes clear when you talk to the sisters of SHEL about their journey as a band and a family is their belief in grace as a foundation for meaningful relationship, especially in regards to one another. “Healing is a lifestyle. Accepting and trying to understand the emotions and beliefs that shape each heart can help you understand yourself.” Says Liza, the youngest sister, the drummer and perhaps the most understanding member of all. “We look out for each other, we love each other, and we will always want the best for one another. Loyalty and passion keep this sisterhood together.”
Perhaps ‘Family Band’ is the wrong way to describe SHEL. Family comes close, but sisterhood rings true.
Emma Charles · 7:30pm
22 year old folk-pop savant Emma Charles is able to mix "effortlessly beautiful vocals" (American Songwriter Magazine) that "flutter upwards serenely through the loneliness and darkness like a beam of radiant light" (LA Weekly) with "savvy lyricism and intuitive musicianship offering layers not always seen in contemporary mainstream music" (popMATTERS).
Emma was recently chosen as a 2020 BILLBOARD "Breakout Emerging Artist" (airdate of BILLBOARD studio interview TBD) as well as a "What's Next" artist by the world's largest music compilation brand NOW, That's What I Call Music joining previous What's Next artists Billie Eilish, Shawn Mendes among others. Introspective, relatable and immensely talented, Emma is poised to be a significant presence on today's music scene.