Ali Coyle

Ali Coyle
with Danielle Lande, Mary Ives

Doors 7:00 PM

Next wave pop-folk troubadour and her band deliver a mix of danceable and dreamy songs.

American-Irish singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Ali Coyle, intertwines dream-folk and indie rock genres with lush vocal harmonies and rhythm-focused instrumentation. With a voice that can be described as both haunting and angelic, Coyle’s lyrics express her stories as first generation American, and an openly queer artist, who fought to celebrate her identity growing up in Orange County, California.

Gravitating towards music at an early age, she learned classical violin and then ultimately the electric guitar, where she began to define her style as a songwriter.

Her 2021 debut studio EP, Songs For My Therapist received recognition and acclamation from a list of publications that include The Los Angeles Times, Atwood Magazine, and Guitar Girl Magazine for creating “poetic and moody music that speaks to your soul”

More recently she performed for Apple TV+ at the advanced screening of Flora and Son, an Irish film directed by John Carney (Once, Begin Again, Sing Street). Ali released a new single Dreamkiller last fall and, stay tuned, she is in the process of writing and producing her next record.

A treat for Suzanne Vega or Melissa Ferrick fans.

Opener: Danielle Lande

Daniel Lande (they/them) was born and raised in Los Angeles and burst onto the LA music scene in 2018. They quickly captivated audiences with their soulful voice, intimate songwriting, and unique sound drawing on pop and jazz.

Danielle’s music has been heard on KCRW and live at legendary Los Angeles venues like the Hotel Cafe. They’ve performed as an opening act for Grammy-nominated band The Marías and continue to play shows to a growing, enthusiastic fanbase.

Danielle also runs a live music series in Los Angeles called Queersound, showcasing talented artists from the LGBTQ+ community.

Opener: Mary Ives

California native Mary Ives is an independent artist with soulful vocals, thought-provoking lyrics, and a bohemian production style. Raised on a steady diet of Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell, and James Taylor, Ives’ voice developed into a reflection of her earliest influences: Laurel Canyon folk-rock, contemporary gospel, and 60’s pop.


$20-$35 a person