Photo: Matt Baca
Fresh off a successful Kickstarter to fund the recording and promotion of her debut full-length, the Bay Area’s Doe Eye (née Maryam Qudus) is celebrating with an opening slot for San Francisco denizens The Frail at Great American Musical Hall this Saturday, July 6 along with Canadian synth-pop trio Parallels and Oakland post-punk/new wave band Tremor Low. And we’re celebrating the occasion by giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky reader.
After reaching her goal of crowd-sourcing $15,000 to fund her first LP, Doe Eye gave her ever-growing legion of fans a special treat – a video of a live take on her track “Oh My God” filmed at Tiny Telephone in SF, where that debut record will be recorded with the help of a near and dear friend of The Bay Bridged, John Vanderslice. Watch below.
To win a pair of tickets to Doe Eye’s gig in support of The Frail on Saturday at the Great American, email me at email@example.com with “Doe Eye” in the subject line and your full name and email address in the body of the email. The contest closes on Friday, July 5 at 12pm. A winner will be selected at random and notified via email.
The Frail, Parallels, Doe Eye, Tremor Low
Great American Music Hall
July 6, 2013