- This event has passed.
Mira Goto with Hank & Ella
July 29 @ 7:00 pm$10 – $35
Tabard announces Northern California and Nashville-based singer, and recent winner of the West Coast Songwriters annual competition Mira Goto coming to our stage for a night of dynamic country music, both contemporary and classic. Opening the evening will be Hank & Ella with The Fine Country Band. Audiences are encouraged to bring their dancing shoes! The show will be available both in-person and live streamed. For those unable to experience the concert live that night, the high-quality multi-camera recording will also be available On-Demand for two weeks following the show. Single tickets for each show are $25 for General Admission, and $35 for reserved Cabaret seating. Proof of vaccination is required for in-person patrons. Masking is encouraged but not required.
Mira Goto follows in the footsteps of today’s country songwriting superstars, driving powerful lyrics along with catchy choruses throughout her catalogue. Born and raised in the Santa Cruz Mountains in California, Mira currently resides in both Santa Cruz and Nashville, TN. Influenced by a broad range of genres, she describes her sound as ‘the love child’ of Colbie Caillat and Kacey Musgraves. Mira made her radio debut with her single “Nobody Warned Me” which charted at an impressive number 34 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart. Her follow up singles “Anybody Else” and “Fine” have garnered national attention from country radio. In 2019 Goto won the NEXTies Musician of the Year, and in 2020 & 2021 she won The Santa Cruz Good Times’ Best Local Musician.
Hank & Ella with The Fine Country Band– A husband and wife duo who are well versed in vintage country, traditional Americana and all sorts of variations of roots music, Hank and Ella bring The Fine Country Band along with them for a retro and modern approach to California country music. Reaching Top 3 on the Roots Music Report in 2021, Hank Warde’s original song, ‘Good at Being Lonely’ evokes feelings of old honky tonk bars, juke box radios and sawdust dance floors. At live shows people always leave feeling uplifted by their high energy performances, their great stage presence and the band is known for making a dance party happen wherever they play!