Jill Tracy’s Sonic Séance Returns to the Ancient Redwoods
in San Francisco’s Botanical Garden— July 18 and 20, 2019
By popular demand, Jill Tracy returns with her acclaimed Sonic Séance for TWO nights this year as part of Flower Piano at Night in San Francisco Botanical Garden. July 18 and 20.
What is the Sonic Séance? Read more about it HERE.
“There has been nothing more moving than performing my signature Sonic Séance at night at a piano under the stars.” explains Jill Tracy. “Last year, thousands of you came into the Ancient Redwoods and we conjured music in darkness, amidst those magnificent trees. I am honored to accompany you into the woods for TWO nights this year! What secrets will be revealed to us deep in the woods, deep in our souls? Together we’ll tune in, and uncover the night’s hidden score.”
Stroll throughout the magical gardens, along beautifully lit pathways, and enjoy performances by Sunset Piano All-Stars in various locations. Food and drink is served. Jill Tracy will be holding court with her Sonic Séance all night on July 18 and 20th ONLY so make sure your ticket is for the correct night. This sold out last year quickly— so get your TICKETS NOW!
Jill Tracy Opens for Peter Murphy- New York City Residency: Aug 2, 3, 5, 8
After joining him for several West Coast shows, Jill Tracy is thrilled to have been asked by Peter Murphy to open for his historical New York City residency at Le Poisson Rouge.
The “Godfather of Goth” and founder of the legendary English post-punk band Bauhaus will be performing legendary albums each night in their entirety. Don’t miss history in the making!
Jill Tracy will open on Aug 2 for “Should the World Fail to Fall Apart,” Aug 3 for “Love Hysteria,” Aug 5 for “Deep,” and Aug 8 for “Holy Smoke.”
Tickets now available at the Le Poisson Rouge website.
(photo by Audrey Penven)
“Happiness is Easy— A Tribute to Talk Talk’s Mark Hollis”
San Francisco, April 23, 2019
Jill Tracy performs in tribute to the genius of Talk Talk’s Mark Hollis, Tues, April 23 at Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco. She is honored to be part of this unique show alongside some favorite innovative SF and NY musicians including her long-time Chapman Stick player Alex Nahas (Bright Brown.)
“The voice of Mark Hollis was an obscure and rare treasure. I was gutted to hear he had suddenly passed earlier this year.
The lavish exquisite pain of Talk Talk (especially Laughing Stock and Spirit of Eden and Mark’s obscure solo recordings) were cherished albums. They saved me from the mundane— and opened a completely new world of emotion, space, and colors. They still give me chills whenever I listen to them.” — Jill Tracy
featuring members of Laughingstock, Bright Brown, Early
Monarchs, Invincible Vacuum Cleaner Co., Jill Tracy, and other
special guests performing the music of Mark Hollis and originals
8PM doors — music 8:30PM
$12 in advance / $15 at the door