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Tunes Go Hard presents: Julia Jade, Ali Coyle, and Eliana Rubin
February 12 9:00 pm PST
Doors Open: 8:30 pm$15
“A storyteller through pop music, Eliana Rubin (she/they) is an artist, educator and producer based in Los Angeles. Drawing comparisons to Taylor Swift and Joni Mitchell, Eliana weaves deeply personal and individual experiences with the communal human experience, creating music with irresistible hooks that brings up memories and dreams of those who listen. Eliana’s debut album, Bones, is a concept album that tells the story of a trans woman looking for love. Eliana will never say no to movie theater popcorn.”
Santa Ana based singer-songwriter Ali Coyle has an uncanny ability to create introspective yet relatable modern folk rock. Her music is best described as cinematic poems, each song taking influence from photographic memories of nature and of the human experience.
Ali Coyle grew up as a first generation Irish American in Orange County, California. From an early age, she gravitated to music and performance, learning classical violin and then ultimately the guitar, where she found her freedom of expression. After a life changing trip abroad to Ireland at 17, Ali connected with her roots and discovered her calling as a singer and songwriter.
After moving to east Los Angeles and performing in a series of bands while living in an artist warehouse, Ali’s community was ultimately separated from each other. Feeling drained and disheartened, she moved to Santa Ana where she faced an epic existential crisis . She soon began to write and record her debut EP Songs for My Therapist.
The EP is an enthralling debut body of work from a prolific songwriter. Songs for My Therapist tells the promising tale of an individual who was fighting to find herself, and ultimately did.
A 22 year old queer-feminist singer-songwriter who has an opinion on everything. From LA to Boston to Nashville, Julia Jade has brought her penchant for introspective storytelling and songs of social conscience everywhere she’s gone.
Jade creates quirky, piano-based indie pop with something for everyone— thought-provoking lyrics for the dreamers and witty/sarcastic one-liners for the skeptics. Her style is most notably equated to those of Dodie, Regina Spektor, Ingrid Michaelson, and Kate Nash. She has recently worked with Shannon McArthur, engineer for the Dashboard Confessional and had her song licensed for a Torrid clothing commercial in 2019. She is grateful to be back in Los Angeles and performing at some of her favorite venues that she grew up going to.
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Ages: 21 and up
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