Live Music in Silicon Valley: Unique and Soul Touching Concerts

In April, Silicon Valley is going to be a rather busy area. Many different performances will take place in this area. Various artists with various styles will perform there. Here is a list of some unique ones:

Rhye is set to take the stage in a Live Night Event in Bimbo’s 365 Club

Rhye is a relatively new band formed by Mike Milosh and Robin Hannibal. Mike Milosh is an electronic musician and vocalist from Canada. In 2010, Robin Hannibal, when working on the album Quadron, was tipped about Milosh’s work. They were both working under the same record label, Plug Research.

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The duo became appreciative of each other’s work during their collaboration in Denmark. Both independently move to the United States. Upon finding each other, they started to work together once again in Los Angeles. They released two romantic soul pop hits, ‘Open’ and ‘The Fall’ together. They released little information about themselves.

Their songs garnered great attention and speculation. Rhye released their first album titled ‘Woman’ in March 2013.

Jesse Cook is one of the most famous figures of nouveau flamenco

The handsome and charming Jesse Arnaud Cook will look to have the crowd at his fingertips when he performs live at Motalvo Arts Center, Saratoga. His musical tastes developed via different influences. He spent his initial years moving between Southern France, Paris and Barcelona. He was influenced by Gypsy guitarist Manitas de Plata’s music as a toddler.

After his parents separated, Jesse Cook moved to Canada with his mother and sister. Heather Cook understood her son’s talents and admitted him to Eli Kassner Guitar Academy in Toronto. Nicolas Reyes, a famous Gypsy artist lived close by to his father’s house in France. In trips to France, this famous guitarist found himself admiring the tunes of the Gypsy Kings.

people-who-love-san-franciscoHe studied about jazz and classical music in Canada’s Royal Conservatory of Music, York University and Berklee College of Music. Cook’s first album, Tempest, made huge waves. In 1995, he signed a deal with American company Narada. He was asked to perform in a small bar downstairs during the Catalina Jazz Festival during intermissions. His performance was so well appreciated that he was invited to perform on the main stage. Cook was given a ten minute standing ovation during this performance.

If you live in Silicon Valley, do not forget to enjoy the performances of these soul touching musicians. Their performances will surely enrich your tastes in ways you had never imagined.

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