Gabrielle Pietrangelo & Beth Daunis:
Gabrielle Pietrangelo & Beth Daunis are developing a transformative and hypnotic indie-folk duo. Their new project has grown from a shared intention to create heartfelt music that can bring a light of calm into the world. Together, they create a unique sound that is driven by layers of trance-inducing violin, open-tuned guitar and ethereal harmonies. Their debut performance will take place on January 19th, 2019 at EXO Coffee Co.
Founded in the fall of 2015 by Pietrangelo, Sister Solace is a group of 12 Tucson voices, featuring luscious vocal harmonies and retro stylings drawn from the American and Appalacian musical traditions. Sister Solace performs only two special and not-to-be missed concert events each year.
Chaparral Kirtan Band:
Founded in 2015, by Pietrangelo, Chaparral Kirtan Band is a group of diverse Arizona-based musicians blending the traditions of Kirtan and American folk music. They host a seasonal kirtan at Tucson Yoga Studio and are traveling regionally.
Gabrielle Pietrangelo Trio:
Founded in 2016, Gabrielle Pietrangelo Trio features Ben DeGain on vibraphone, Thoger Tetens Lund on stand up (when he isn't on tour with Howe Gelb) and Gabrielle Pietrangelo on four string guitar & vocals. They perform in the Tucson area for private parties and events, playing dusty jazz standards from the 1930's & 40's.
Silver Thread Trio:
Founded in 2008, Silver Thread Trio was a fixture in the Tucson music scene until 2014. Silver Thread Trio released two recordings in the seven years they performed together and contributed well-crafted three-part harmonies to many acts including Amos Lee, Calexico & Howe Gelb.
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Old Soul Sisters:
Old Soul Sisters was founded by Pietrangelo in 2004, out of the project for her senior recital at the School of Music in Tucson. The harmony group performed their celebratory arrangements of folk music from around the world until they disbanded in 2008. Old Soul Sisters released one recording in 2006, featuring arrangements by Pietrangelo, recorded in the acoustics of Holsclaw Hall at the University of Arizona campus where she received her music degree.