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Concert at the Bookshop.

February 27, 2016 @ 7:30 pm

Sella Malin is a soul musician hailing from San Francisco. She is often prone to throw stability and normality under the bus in lieu of a vagabond lifestyle and the thrilling call of the unknown. Her music is influenced by dark cabaret, trip-hop, blues, and contemporary jazz. She writes songs about the inner workings of atypical minds, and the haunting, hypnotic worlds that thrive within them.

Ebin Halkyard is a New Zealander loitering in Paris. He plays grumpy acoustic music regardless of how he’s feeling. His voice is gruff and gravelly, and if you want to know more about him you’ll have to ask him or something because, as it turns out, writing an intro biography is more difficult than he’d thought.

Kathrin Streng alias Katie is a 19-year-old singer, sometimes songwriter, from a little town near Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She sings in English and German — covers, as well as original songs, which can be described as short and sweet, just like herself. She lives and studies in Paris.

Kris Pratt is a very cryptic individual; so mysterious, in fact, that one was unable to contact him in order to compel him to write a bio of his own. All we seem to know about him is that he appears to be from an unspecified city in Ireland, he works at Shakespeare and Co’s cafe, and he spent an unspecified amount of time as part of a rock band in Belfast called More
Than Conquerers. Come to Berkeley Books on the 27th, and you may catch a glimpse of this elusive musician as he doles out some folk tunes.

Lys Luo is also too mysterious a soul to write a bio of her own. Everything that pours out of her voice and guitar is rich with beauty. You’ll usually find Quentin Cayrol drumming on the cajon by her side, igniting rhythm and life to her uplifting melodies and heartfelt lyrics.


February 27, 2016
7:30 pm


Berkeley Books of Paris


Berkeley Books of Paris
8, rue Casimir Delavigne
Paris, 75006 France
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