KIKI’S CD RELEASE PARTY!Easy Listening
I couldn’t be more excited to share with you my own music. I feel more comfortable holding the spotlight on others for sure - but I was able to get some songs out of me that were long overdue to get out.
It’s quite a process to record an album, mix it and master it. I have Greg Edenfield to thank for that - I am so grateful how it turned out - all I can say it grab your headphones so you can hear sound like its suppose to sound!
Wow - also thanks to Guitar Bob, Jeff Covell on bass, Dave Holodiloff on Mandolin, Kenny Stahl on Flute, Butch Carlson on Drums (he’s in L.A.) and well, its just gonna be electrifying for me.
Linda Arceo & FriendsEasy Listening
|This is a wonderful acoustic trio - violinist Laurel Thomsen, cellist ________ and guitarist, vocalist, Linda Arceo. Fabulous night of harmonies and good energy.|
Kiki Wow & FriendsEasy Listening
|Always great fun featuring different musicians from Monterey County to add to the flavorful sounds and songs of Kiki Wow, as well as many classic covers that are all time favorites. We have a really great time and hope you will join us.|
The Jade Shack Kids of CVEasy Listening
Six months ago, I put up a flyer to teach guitar lessons at the Fro-n-Joe Yogurt Shoppe in Carmel Valley. In less than a week, I got a call from the coolest lady, Plasha Will, who lined up five kids for a group lesson! I asked Greg Edenfield to help me teach so we anxiously went to meet five of the most incredible kids we’ve ever had the honor of introducing music to. |
Hayden decided he wanted to play bass; Rocco decided he had to play drums and is adding the mandolin; Stella plays guitar and surprised us with her super vocals when she stepped out of her shyness; Eva is the clever songwriter and plays the ukelele and now that they know three chords, it’s on! We went back to the Fro-n-Joe for a concert last Sunday and packed the deck under the giant oak tree. Everyone was enjoying their colorful cups of frozen yogurt while the students played songs like Eleanor Rigby, Horse With No Name, Slip Sliding Away, etc., and the response was overwhelming. It was one of the most special concerts I’ve ever put on because of the shear joy of passing on the love of music to these gifted kids and their receiving such a positive response of onlookers joining the party and singing along.
The only thing lacking at the gig was a P.A. because there were so many people there, so we’ll be doing another show Friday at Trailside Cafe from 6-7pm in Carmel Valley through a sound system so the kids can hear themselves amplified. Joining us will be another group of kids from Marina that started lessons about 4 months ago: Aden (lead guitar), his brother, Owen (keys) and Eliza (guitar/vocals). All of the vocals are so pure and in key, you won’t believe your ears. Funny how some seeds a few months ago has changed my life so dearly! Not only is my life enriched by these young kids grasping songs with enthusiasm, a relationship has developed between all of the families. We look forward to meeting weekly for lessons and dinner. The fellowship is so natural and bonding - who knew a little flyer in the yogurt shoppe could reap so much goodness now present in our lives?
Steven MannEasy Listening
Kiki WowEasy Listening
|“Surprisingly very original, acoustic-vibed, soft rock music with lyrics that stay with you long after the song is over" is how L.A. Musician Magazine described the sound of singer/songwriter, Kiki Wow. Kiki performs regularly solo as well as with some of the best musicians in throughout the Monterey Peninsula and Carmel Valley. She also produces many successful music concerts, benefits, festivals and promotes the power of music. Kiki is a multi-genre music lover, promoter and performer who writes and sings songs and enjoys producing concerts. Kiki plays bass and guitar and believes the fun of the whole music life is hanging with her band mates.|