Doe Eye
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 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
9pm, $13
All Ages