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Holly Mead and Jon Gagan

May 27th - 7:30 - $25 - GiG - 1808 Second Street - TICKETS! 

Both composers, Holly Mead and Jon Gagan create a sound that is timeless and contemporary, featuring Holly's evocative and soulful piano, and Jon's profound bass playing. The startlingly original music that results is scintillating, fully realized and a joy to hear! 

"Holly Mead is an in-demand composer, pianist, recording artist, and educator. Her work has been featured at Lincoln Center with Pop-Up Magazine, Pixar Animation Studios, the San Francisco International Film Festival, the Bay Area International Children's Film Festival, and the Paramount Theatre in Oakland. She holds a degree in Jazz Studies from DePaul and a Specialist Certificate in Producing Music for Film and Games from Berklee. 

Bassist Jon Gagan is best known for his 30 + year association with renown guitarist Ottmar LIebert.  In addition to playing bass on over 25 Liebert albums, (including several RIAA-certified gold and platinum and Grammy-nominated titles) Jon recently scored a full-length string orchestra concert for Liebert.  As as a freelance sideman, Gagan has performed with Milt Jackson, Eddie Harris, Dave Grusin, Christopher Cross, Big Al Anderson, Nat Adderley, Bruce Dunlap, Emily Remler and Mose Allison, among many others.

Steve Postell and James Raymond

June 3rd - 7:30 - $25 - GiG - 1808 Second Street - TICKETS! 

Both accomplished songwriters, producers, composers and musicians, Steve Postell (vocals/guitar) and James Raymond (piano/vocals) developed a strong musical bond in 1997 when Steve’s band-at-the-time Little Blue and James’ band-at-the-time CPR (Crosby, Pevar & Raymond) shared the stage at a gig at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen. The two became fast friends and collaborators when Steve moved to Los Angeles a short time later. They recently co-wrote the song “I Think I’ on David Crosby’s album “For Free” and were working as musical directors with David putting together a show/tour featuring a new band right up until David’s passing in January. As a tribute to their beloved Croz, the program at GiG will include several of David’s songs along with Steve and James originals. 

Steve was the composer for the documentary “Dying to Know,” about Timothy Leary and Ram Dass, narrated by Robert Redford. Steve’s new CD, “Walking Through These Blues”, was recently released on VIVID SOUND. In addition to David Crosby, Steve has worked with John Oates, Jennifer Warnes, Kenny Loggins, Eric Andersen, Iain Matthews, Pure Prairie League, Dan Navarro and many others. Steve performed on and co-produced a CD for renowned producer/guitarist and songwriter Danny (Kootch) Kortchmar. This led to the formation of a new band, The Immediate Family, which in addition to Steve includes legendary session men Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, Waddy Wachtel & Russ Kunkel. James is a new resident of Santa Fe and is immersing himself in the music scene here, meeting and working with several local musicians. Currently James is working on an instrumental record of original pieces inspired by the musical sensibilities of his recently deceased biological father, David Crosby. The project will feature collaborations with many of Croz’s favorite musicians such as Steve. James’ most recently produced and co-wrote several songs for and with his daughter, BMG Music recording artist Gracie Ray and has produced and co-written several records with David Crosby. James has worked with CSN, Crosby/Nash, Graham Nash, Warren Zevon, Oleta Adams, Kirk Whalum, The Spice Girls and many others.

Sandra Wong and Jon Sousa

June 10th - 7:30 - $25 - GiG - 1808 Second Street  TICKETS!