With Paul Emery & Eli Rush opening
The Heifer Belles celebrate the release of their new recording Midnight Blue.
Juliet Gobert and the Heifer Belles celebrate the release of their new recording Midnight Blue with a concert at the historic Nevada Theatre on Thursday, November 3 as part of Paul Emery’s Nevada City LIVE! concert series.
The Heifer Bells fourth studio recording, Midnight Blue, will be available for purchase at the concert. The new record features all original songs recorded at Cedro Recording Studio in Nevada City. The band has previously release three CDs – Heifer Belles, The Way and Ranch Women’s Prayer.
The Heifer Belles began as friends getting together for casual picking and singing. The result, a blend of back porch Americana, took them out of the living room and into the world to perform. The group’s songs range from tongue-in-cheek to heartfelt to socially insightful. Juliet Gobert, song writer and lead singer, plays guitar alongside bassist Toni Valenta (Belly Love) who brings harmony vocals. Nici Van Kreidt is a highly sought-after violin teacher whose influences range from classical to Grateful Dead to Gypsy jazz.
The Heifer Belles have played some of California’s premier music festivals; Kate Wolf, Strawberry, World Fest, American River, Home Grown Americana, Cowboy Poetry festivals and more.
Juliet Gobert has performed at some of California’s premiere music festivals and venues including World Fest, Strawberry Music Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, American River Music Festival, Kate Wolf Music Festival and Kentucky Mine Music festival, Keystone Palo Alto, Grass Valley Center for the Arts, the historic Nevada Theater, the Auburn Event Center, State Theater Auburn as well as the Elko Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Heber City Western Music and Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival and the Davis Music Festival.
Juliet has been playing and working with musicians including Dan Hicks, Nina Gerber, Roger Hodgson (Super Tramp), Kenny Edwards (Stone Ponys), Paul Barrere, Fred Tackett of Little Feat, Phil and Dave Alvin, Maria Muldaur, Wayne “The Train” Hancock, Rita Hosking and Laurie Lewis.
“World-class talent takes stage at WorldFest – Juliet Gobert performs with The Heifer Belles during the California WorldFest at the Nevada County Fair grounds.” – Alan Sheckter, The Union Newspaper
“Juliet Gobert’s music and stage presence is captivating beyond all expectations. A beautiful emerging artist, Juliet’s music is reminiscent of a gorgeous autumn sunrise, full of natural beauty and the promise of a bright, sunny future. Her creative songwriting and beautiful lyrics coupled with her crisp, crystal clear voice captures audiences wherever she goes.” – Dennis Brunnenmeyer, Nevada City Limits, KVMR Radio
“Juliet Gobert’s voice is platinum gold, and her haunting vocals stay with you. You may have found Juliet playing at the Nevada City Farmers Market or at one of our local establishments like Friar Tucks. No matter where you hear her play, you will be drawn in by Juliet’s angelic voice.” – R. Senum – Nevada County Sustainability Team
Eli Rush has traveled to remote parts of the planet and paddled over 2,000 miles of rivers in wilderness areas across the world as a guide and photographer. When he’s not paddling the in the Amazon or Yukon, Eli is often found accompanying guitarists and other wildlife on harmonica.