Erisy Watt and Huddy Bali return to the Henry Miller Library in what will be a charming intimate evening of resplendentcrystalline harmonic folk pop! The glogg will flow — bring your raisins*!!!
This will be an indoor show — limited seating!! RSVP HERE.
“With honey sweet vocals and a soft hum that speaks to an older time, Erisy Watt has cultivated a sound of simplicity, a synthesis of soul and folk that is freshly her own.
When Watt straps on her guitar alongside bassist, Rafaell Rozendo, and guitarist, Jeremy Ferrara, the result is a rapturous blend of both the familiar and new. Their tunes are homegrown from adventures with friends in wilder places….”erisywatt.com
Is it well-adjusted, charmismatic**, and well-mannered boys playing glorious harmonic pop tunes you crave? Then Big Sur’s very own Huddy Bali is your band! They rule. facebook.com/huddybaliband/
So join us! Please carpool whenever possible, and do park responsibly!
* According to the Spirits Museum in Stockholm, King Gustav I Vasa of Sweden was fond of a drink made from German wine, sugar, honey, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and cloves. It was later named “glödgad vin” in 1609, which meant “glowing-hot wine.” The word “glögg” is a shortened form that first appeared in print in 1870.