Discover Live music
ETR Sessions is a highly curated live music event showcasing the next big artists from your city. The ETR Sessions team is constantly on the look out for amazing artists everywhere we go. Once a month we bring three of our favorite acts to our pop-up studio at COVO to put on an intimate concert and record each of their 45 minute sets for your viewing pleasure afterwords. Join us for an evening of the best live music your city has to offer.
Check out some of our past sessions below.
Big thanks to our hosts COVO in San Francisco for making this possible.
EtR Sessions 2/23/17
Location: Covo 981 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103
Time: 6:30 - 9:30
Shout out to our host COVO!
Thank you to COVO for being our San Francisco home and host. On top of the amazing space with exposed bricks, tall ceilings, and a magnificent skylight. They have a drink list to die for. They have three local wines on draft and nine beers on draft at any given time with names such as Bear Republic, Lagunitas, Sonoma Brewing Co, Sudwerk, Lost Coast etc.
Our top of the line D&B sound set-up is brought to you by Erickson Sound Production and we are in for a serious treat because these bands are always mixed to perfection.
Hibbity Dibbity is a four piece band from San Francisco. Their music has been described as boogie-rock / country-funk. Timeless, but kind of dirty. They blend together styles from various genres to create feel-good music that will move you. They're live show is clever, ecstatic, and riotous.
Christine Donaldson grew up playing music in San Francisco, CA where she acquired an array of training in different genres. Her passion for singing motivated her focus on guitar accompaniment, and her love of jazz music paved the way for musical academia and a spot in the SFJAZZ High School All-Star Band. With years of experience gigging with jazz, bluegrass, and soul bands, Christine went on to study jazz performance and music industry at the University of Southern California. She split up her time in Los Angeles by skiing competitively and spending winters at Mammoth Mountain, CA where she wrote original music inspired by the mountains. Now graduated with practiced skills in performance, songwriting, arranging, and sound engineering, Christine is confidently following her dream of writing and releasing original music.
Mix the spirited soulfulness of Musiq with the laid-back island vibes of Jack Johnson, and the lyrical rap precision of J. Cole, then add a dash of indie rock from the likes of Cold War Kids and the Black Keys and you have something of the pallet from which The Brothers Prince create their sound.
Love and the Zealous
Richard Love and Marcus Leemann -- two misfits in a small Texan town, one full of emotion, the other excitement, formed a friendship over a similar ear for melody. Love & The Zealous plays a hybrid of southern flavored soul music with elements of classic rock and pop. Their music with elements of classic rock and pop. Their musical roots evolved from the artists their parents enjoyed: Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye, Al Green, The Allman Brothers, and Lynyrd Skynyrd, to name a few, The Grateful Web describes the Love & The Zealous experience thusly: "the un-matched raspy/soulful voice of Richard Love completes the ambiance of the group and leaves the band's sound coursing through your veins long after experiencing it."
California based Brother Grand blends Psychedelic-Folk Rock with a twist of Film-score Soul. With an emphasis on engaging live performances, Brother Grand pushes the limits without breaking the ties. Not just a mere duo, Brother Grand expounds their message through the use of live looping, a rhodes piano, chaotic string textures, thunderous drumming, and heartfelt vocal harmonies. Whether stripped down to acoustic guitar & upright bass, or surfing an electric wall of sound, Brother Grand always delivers with passion, honesty, and presence.
ELENA LAMBERTSON (Session 12/14/16)
Elena Lambertson is a singer/songwriter from Santa Cruz, currently residing in San Francisco. Her indie folk, country, and blues-inspired sound showcases her lyrically introspective songs, reminiscent of the 1960's Laurel Canyon music scene. Her largest musical inspirations include the likes of Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt and Joni Mitchell.