with Jimmy & Enrique and The Veronica May Band
with Jimmy & Enrique and The Veronica May Band
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The indie-pop, rock, blues, & world music hybrid project, was nominated for Best Pop Album at the 2014 San Diego Music Awards for its debut album, Rise Up for Love, and their newest EP, The Stand, is due out 9/26/18!Buy Tickets
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Genre: alternative / blues
Ticket Price: $16 advanced / $18 day of show / $28 reserved loft seating
Sister Speak Album Release
Six String Society Presents
Canadian born Sherri Anne is at the core of Sister Speak, an indie-pop and rock/blues/world music entity that creates uplifting, inspiring music. Sister Speak is currently based in both Los Angeles, California and British Columbia, Canada. Whether performing an electrifying full band show or a set of heartfelt acoustic arrangements, this Taylor Guitar’s sponsored artist has connected deeply with a diverse fan-base throughout the globe.
Sister Speak’s high energy, moving band show has landed them headlining concerts at San Diego's top music clubs, concerts at the renowned Viper Room and Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles, Vancouver’s CBC radio and various festivals and events world-wide. Their unique musical pallet has secured opening slots for National Acts Air Supply, Chris Isaak, Xavier Rudd and reggae artist Mike Love among others. Sister Speak won “Best Pop” at the 2017 San Diego Music Awards.
Forthcoming The Stand EP is due out Sept 26, 2018. First single, “The Stand” has been launched with a breathtaking music video filmed in South America. Produced and recorded by Avli Avliav (Warner, Sony) in Los Angeles, and mixed and mastered by Grammy Award winning engineers Alan Sanderson and Erick Labson (United Recording) respectively, this will be Sister Speak’s most experimental release to date. After a period of travel, change and internal exploration, Sherri Anne lets the music speak through a new expression, new sounds, and lyrically explores the idea of freedom and what that is to each of us.
Sister Speak’s startling debut album, Rise Up For Love, was released in 2014. Since then, the album has hit airwaves throughout North America and Europe and Sister Speak has performed over 500 shows in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica and Germany.
As a solo act, duo and band, Sister Speak aims to share message-driven music and support the authentic expression of the woman’s voice through music.
Jimmy Patton, a nationally acclaimed guitarist claimed the title of "Best Unsigned Guitarist in the Nation" in 2001, defeating over 3,000 guitarists across the entire United States in "Guitarmageddon", a Guitar Center sponsored competition. He is renowned for his ability to play two separate guitars at the same time, playing both melody and accompaniment parts simultaneously. Jimmy has been honored to perform at prestigious music festivals in Hawaii and Colombia and has had the privilege of being the opening act for Grammy jazz artists Stanley Jordan and Terrance Blanchard. Aside from his busy performance schedule, he is equally active with recording, arranging, and producing albums for other world-music artists. Jimmy is currently signed, and has recorded two albums with the Pacific Records label.
Enrique Platas is an independent drummer and percussionist originally from Mexico City who now resides in San Diego. A graduate of the Tech of Monterrey in Querétaro, he has become an accomplished session and touring drummer in both the United States and Mexico. Platas has worked with top producers such as Javier Calderon (Yuridia, Alek Synthek), and Grammy award-winning Alan Sanderson (Rolling Stones, Switchfoot). You can hear the talents of Enrique on many of the recordings for musical artists under the Sony Mexico label such as "Latin-American Idol" winnner Mayre Martinez, and Grammy award-winning Juan Manuel. He has toured with music stars in the Latin music genre such as Grammy-nominated Yuridia, and Manolito of the Gypsy Kings. Enrique has also had the privilege of being the opening act for trumpet sensation Chris Botti, and alternative-rock mega group the B-52's.
Playing music since 1985, living with Bipolar 1 Disorder since 2008, traveling to educate on on mental illness, and tying it all together in her unreleased autobiograpy, Open Book, Veronica May's purpose is to spread her messages of compassion, understanding, hope, triumph and the importance of trial. Her music and illustrations depicting mental illness awaken the mind, stir the heart, and open the eyes to the wild world of thought and perception.