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Gabby Holt w/ J. Graves and Strange & The Familiars - Holiday Fundraiser for the Oregon Food Bank

  December 11, 2021 9:00 PM

Doors Open: 8:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
GENERAL ADMISSION 21+: $12.00

TICKET SALE DATES
GENERAL ADMISSION 21+ Public Onsale: October 27, 2021 10:00 AM to December 11, 2021 12:00 AM
*Proof of COVID vaccination or negative COVID test required for entry. FREE onsite testing may be available - Details & testing schedule here*


- A portion from each ticket sold is being donated to The Oregon Food Bank



It is easy to find the Devil in The Star and The Devil, the searing solo debut from Portland rock staple Gabby Holt. Holt explores her past connections in six bristling parts, each of which she wrote while immersed in connections that were, at times, driven by addiction, fear, or insecurity. These emotions come to light in the heavy, yet deliciously catchy sound that Holt has crafted, brimming with her guitar prowess and melodic finesse. As for the Star, Holt’s symbol of healing and rejuvenation, it carries a more nuanced presence on the record, emerging not within the content of the songs but in the process of creation and reflection that the record itself has allowed.

Holt says, “It’s giving voice to that part of me that was in it. It’s okay to be human…it’s a really human thing to feel that way.”

Gabby Holt was inexplicably drawn to the guitar from a very young age, finding in the instrument a home that she carried with her throughout her childhood and adolescence. She began sneaking into Portland Open Mic nights in high school, and soon immersed herself in the Portland music scene. She played in various bands before meeting Daniel Riddle and joining King Black Acid in 2012, a project which she began co-fronting in 2017.

The Star And The Devil was produced by Gabby Holt and Jeff Stuart Saltzman (Typhoon, Deertick), Mastered by Dave McNair (David Bowie, Bob Dylan) and features Joe Mengis (Eels) and Charley McGowan on drums, Sean Tichenor on bass, and Bryan Owens on additional guitar. Before 2020, Gabby Holt and her band played regularly, selling out their most recent Portland shows and opening for Oregon indie veterans Floater. The band is already working on their follow-up to The Star and the Devil.


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