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Fall Harmonies – Friday Fall Harmonies November 20, 2013

Fall Life  Yesterday we, Keeva A Cappella, had the last rehearsal before our concert this upcoming Friday. Friday Fall Harmonies with local guest artist and poet Beryl Baker to warm up the mic. Or is it unplugged? It is unplugged. At least that was the instructions to one of the new songs. And maybe for a reason…

The new song I have in mind is “The Cave” with Mumford & Sons. A newly written a cappella version for our group by one of our new members. Imagine an acoustic, unplugged, in a wine bar version of that song (see/hear below). Although – this time it is at Dolores Park Cafe.

Yesterday I said “What would my last 7 years in San Francisco have been without Keeva?” It’s not to say that it wouldn’t have been great – but this group is a solid contribution to making it more than that. It’s really an awesome group of people, and… maybe come judge for yourself, see how a little bit of this groups music live impact you?!

We won’t give you this version of The Cave – but if you want to be this version of audience – feel free! 😉


Friday Fall Harmonies with Beryl Baker and Keeva A Cappella

Come in out of the cold and warm up to the sweet sound of love songs and globally-inspired harmonies.
Local musician and poet, Beryl Baker will serenade you on ukulele and guitar with her acoustic folk, indie-rock and blues-inspired tunes. 
And Keeva A Cappella will treat you to soulful vocal music from around the world.
Come early for Dolores Park Cafe’s delicious food, and to grab a beer and a seat! 
A $5-10 suggested donation is appreciated and will go to Philippines typhoon relief efforts.

Dolores Park Cafe. Friday night September 22. at 7.30pm. 501 Dolores St, San Francisco, California 94110  


Music and Mimosa for Mom May 5, 2013

Mother’s Day in the US is coming up. My a cappella group Keeva has a concert in the Church of Sweden – upstairs with the view over the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. – bring your mom and family – or just yourself! – after your mother’s day brunch and enjoy some mimosa and music.

Would love to see you!


Keeva Spring Concert Flyer


Music from the Valley 11.11.11… November 9, 2011

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Did I say that details are set: Keeva A Cappella in concert together with the Richter Scales this Friday November 11, 2011 at

Unity SF
2222 Bush St at Fillmore
San Francisco, CA

Join us for an evening of song and celebration on 11/11/11!

Keeva A Cappella and The Richter Scales are teaming up to serenade you with sweet harmonies and swinging tunes from near and far, sung in languages you may understand (English, Spanish…) and others you may not. (Maori, anyone?)

Come early to enjoy a glass of wine and some refreshments on us to get you in the mood.

Doors open at 6pm
Concert starts at 7pm
$5-10 suggested donation at the door

Directions: http://www.unitysf.com/find.html

The Richter Scales are a bevy of gentlemen songsters, all residents of the San Francisco Bay Area. They perform selections from a wide variety of genres, including American standards, Broadway, Motown, and contemporary music.

Based in San Francisco, Keeva A Cappella sings globally-inspired music, bringing harmonies from around the world to the Bay Area.

You are invited! Please RSVP here if you are on Facebook.

Inspired by the final stand-up performance at the Blog World & New Media Expo that I just came from last week in LA, please enjoy a song about Silicon Valley by the Richter Scales performed at the 2011 annual Crunchies Awards for entrepreneurs and the venture capitalists who support them, featured in New York Times.

Hope to see you Friday,




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