Sat, Oct 12|
The Lost Church
The Invisible Bee - Album Release Concert!
Charity's grown-up band is releasing their second album. Come celebrate with us!
Time & Location
Oct 12, 2019, 8:15 PM – 10:30 PM
The Lost Church, 65 Capp St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA
About the Event
THE INVISIBLE BEE
The Invisible Bee is creating a soundtrack for the Anthropocene. We are living in unprecedented times, faced with many forms of violence against humans, animals, and our ecosystems. The Invisible Bee channels poetry, harmony and groove to explore love and loss, grief and hope, dharma and action. Weaving together rock, folk, meditation and penetrating vocals to conceive a sound that speaks to the broken and the divine within us and within our world, the Bee’s music opens a portal to feel, face and respond to all of it. Lead singer/songwriter Charity Kahn is a musician, mother, children’s music-and-movement teacher, and meditation teacher living in San Francisco. Daryn Roven is a recording engineer/producer, father, and guitar player. They are joined by Paul Lamb on bass and David Rokeach on drums, each of whom brings decades of incredibly funky musicIanship.
When not making music for grown-ups, The Invisible Bee shows up as the beloved SF-based rock band Charity and the JAMband, performing music-and-dance concerts and making award-winning rock albums for children and families with themes of peace, kindness, Earth care, mindfulness, joy, and celebration of all life.
Jen Myzel's music ranges from ritualistic chants like "Gentle Heart" to her lyrical, soulful folk songs, weaving themes of ancestry, activism, Earth connection and beauty. Jen Myzel's music is introspective yet activating. It seeks to whisper universal truth and remembrance into the heart and soul of all who listen.
Jen recently published a children’s sing-a-long book, Yellow Lotus Flower, which has been praised by elder and author Joanna Macy as “a story for our times.” She is currently recording her third studio album, Birds of the Night, due to be released in December of 2019. Visit www.jenmyzel.net to learn more about her music, book, and events.
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The Invisible Bee sounds like Rickie Lee Jones, Steve Miller, Fairport Convention, Wendy Waldman
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