Monica Pasqual

Monica Pasqual releases new CD with her band

Monica Pasqual

Dear John Love Renee

Saturday, October 19th

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$22 ADV / $26 DOOR (plus fees)

  • All tickets are subject to an additional $4 per ticket facility fee.

Monica Pasqual
Monica Pasqual
“There’s a rare elegance and subtle drama to her lyrics. The melodies sway and soar, haunting in one moment, majestic in the next...Every track is a gem. Pasqual is very special artist, exploring love, loss and life in profoundly moving ways. To know her music is to love it. Far more people should get to know it." -Paul Freeman, Pop Culture Classics

Best known for her work in the Bay Area’s mostly-woman band Blame Sally, of whom rock critic Joel Selvin wrote: “…one of the most powerful word-of-mouth success stories I’ve heard in recent years”, Monica Pasqual has managed to maintain an impressive solo career both before and during the Blame Sally years. Already the winner of five Independent Music Awards and six Emmy Awards, she currently has two songs from her soon-to-be released album in the finals of the 2019 Independent Music Awards.

In 2017 Pasqual’s political song and video "You Can't Kill Light" garnered her radio play and views on stations across the US and Germany and was performed live by Pasqual at the 2018 and 2019 Bay Area Women's March. Her songs have been used on numerous network television shows and she has composed soundtracks for PBS, The History Channel and National Geographic Television. This fall she is releasing her sixth solo album, also titled “You Can’t Kill Light”. Pasqual will be accompanied by her band, The Handsome Brunettes.
Dear John Love Renee
Dear John Love Renee
When two strangers from opposite sides of the country move into the same downtown Mill Valley apartment building, meet, and realize they both love wine, they both enjoy whiskey, and they’re both a bit obsessed with songwriting, singing and playing guitar, a friendship is born and a duo is formed. Award-winning singer-songwriter Renée Harcourt of Blame Sally fame, and New York City transplant John McConnel are Dear John Love Renée, and together they deliver smart songwriting, tight harmonies and rootsy acoustic guitar picking all hovering in the
Americana/Folk/Pop genre. Their sound has been compared The Everly Brothers, Simon and Garfunkel, and Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová, with a hint of Broadway, Radiohead and The Grateful Dead.