Living Room Concert: Crystal Yates

Aug 29, 2016

Crystal & Will

Crystal Yates - Live in Amarillo 

Friday, Sept. 9th @ The Chalice Abbey

(2717 Stanley St. ~ Off Georgia & Wolflin) 

$15 Sugg. Donation

Art reception @ 6p  |  Music @ 8:30p

RSVP online or by calling 806.367.9088!

"Powerful." "Magical." "Inspiring." 

These are just some of the words used to describe the voice and music of Crystal Yates, who will be headlining HPPR'S Living Room Concert Series on Friday, September 9th at the Chalice Abbey in Amarillo.  Hailing from McKinney, TX, Crystal has been a songwriter and vocalist for the last 15 years. She tours and performs with her guitarist (and husband!), Will. Together, these two unleash an unmatched energy in a range of styles, including folk, country, gospel, and blues.  Of her songs, Crystal says, "They are all based on love, life, and relationships. I write from my heart and what I have experienced and learned."  Their sweet harmonies weave through Crystal's roof-lifting vocals, which won them 1st Place at the 2014 Texaco Country Showdown. These two have also been featured at Sundance, SXSW, The Wildflower Singer/Songwriter Festival, Good Morning Texas, and the Texas Independent Music Expo. This show is a must-see for our live music lovers in the TX Panhandle! Check out Crystal's music here!

High Plains Morning suggests this great wake-up anthem, "No More Sighin'" and her acoustic gospel breakdown, "The Other Side." She'll also send you soaring with this love ballad, "Feels Like We're Flying."

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This HPPR Living Room Concert is sponsored by Chalice Abbey & Evocation Coffee. All proceeds go to the artists performing. If you have questions about this series, contact Music Director Jenny Inzerillo

Thank you for supporting LIVE MUSIC on the High Plains!

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ALSO! Come to Chalice Abbey early to see"New Work" from Amarillo-based painter Steven Cost. Reception begins at 6p. Click here to see some of Steven's abstract work -- but you'll need to come to the opening to see the new stuff. See you there!