Live in Amarillo on Saturday, July 30th
The Chalice Abbey
(2717 Stanley – Off Georgia by Wolflin Square)
Doors @ 7p | Show @ 7:30p
Suggested Donation: $15
RSVP online or by calling 806.367.9088.
ABOUT REBECCA LOEBE:
"Call me Becca." Performing live is Rebecca Loebe’s favorite thing to do in the world. “I write songs because I have to, because if I didn’t I would go absolutely crazy,” she says. “So that’s what I’ve been doing non-stop for the past five years or so; writing songs and driving all over the country, performing them for anyone who would listen.”
Rebecca is a young singer-songwriter who grew up in Atlanta, GA, but she’s also done time in DC, Boston and New York. Right now, she has made her home in Austin, TX –- though one could argue she might be more at home on the road. She is known for her distinct voice, well-crafted songs, and on-stage storytelling.
“At first, I was also working part-time as a recording engineer, which is what I went to fancy-pants music college for, but then one day I looked at my calendar and realized it had been over a year since I had [freelance work],” she says. “And thus began my career as a full-time musician.”
Rebecca has toured non-stop since 2009, averaging 150 to 200 shows per year as a headliner and with bands like The Civil Wars, Ellis Paul, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers, Matt the Electrician, and others.
Rebecca’s live performances have generated a passionate fan base around the world. Earlier this year, she was ranked #9 on Alternate Root Magazine’s annual listing of the 30 Best Female Singers in America.
Plus, her songwriting has been widely recognized and honored, including the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Award.
Learn more about Rebecca and her music by checking out her website.