Art House Gallery & Cultural Center Proudly Presents October 2,2021

INSANNIE FRANNIE

Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others.

THE BAND:

Insannie Frannie (lead vocals & acoustic guitar) – band founder

Rex John Shelverton (lead guitar)– shoegaze legend, cofounder of rock/shoegaze bands like Bellavista, Tamaryn and Vue, with whom he performed with bands like The Rolling Stones, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The White Stripes, amongst others. Their song “Girl” was featured in the HBO show “The Sopranos”.

Rachel Hoiem (backup vocals, electric pianet, percussions) – music teacher and band member of several projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rachel brings a particular dark sound with her pianet T and her melodies blend with Insannie’s voice creating a magical atmosphere.

Emma Feickert (cello) – classically trained musician since a young age, Emma joins a band for the first time bringing depth and darkness to the sound.

Charles James Gonzalez (bass) – producer and co-founder of the band Novio Electrico.

Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley California

Art House Gallery & Cultural Center

2905 Shattuck Ave,

Berkeley California

Info: 510-472-3170

LIVE SHOW Tickets at door. $15- 25.

Low income & Students $10

ONLINE BROADCAST STREAM TICKETS

BELOW Only $5.+ Please support the Arts!!

https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/1172/art-house

Door is 7:30 PM Show is 8pm

Admission is $15-$25 at door

Low income and Students $10

Must be Masked and show proof Of Vaccination upon entry

ALL Ages & Wheelchair accessible

Live Stream Tickets

https://www.musae.me/arthouse/experiences/1172/art-house

Light Show by Projection Art, Dennis Keefe and Jim Baldocchi

ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER PROUDLY PRESENTS October 2, 2021Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others. THE BAND: Insannie Frannie (lead vocals & acoustic guitar) – band founder Rex John Shelverton (lead guitar)– shoegaze legend, cofounder of rock/shoegaze bands like Bellavista, Tamaryn and Vue, with whom he performed with bands like The Rolling Stones, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The White Stripes, amongst others. Their song “Girl” was featured in the HBO show “The Sopranos”.Rachel Hoiem (backup vocals, electric pianet, percussions) – music teacher and band member of several projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rachel brings a particular dark sound with her pianet T and her melodies blend with Insannie’s voice creating a magical atmosphere. Emma Feickert (cello) – classically trained musician since a young age, Emma joins a band for the first time bringing depth and darkness to the sound. Charles James Gonzalez (bass) – producer and co-founder of the band Novio Electrico. Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley California Art House Gallery & Cultural Center 2905 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley California Info: 510-472-3170LIVE SHOW & ONLINE BROADCAST STREAM (see Link)Door is 7:30 PM Show is 8pmAdmission is $15-$25 at door Must be Masked and show proof Of Vaccination upon entry ALL Ages Wheelchair accessible

ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER PROUDLY PRESENTS
October 2, 2021Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others. THE BAND: Insannie Frannie (lead vocals & acoustic guitar) – band founder Rex John Shelverton (lead guitar)– shoegaze legend, cofounder of rock/shoegaze bands like Bellavista, Tamaryn and Vue, with whom he performed with bands like The Rolling Stones, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The White Stripes, amongst others. Their song “Girl” was featured in the HBO show “The Sopranos” Rachel Hoiem (backup vocals, electric pianet, percussions) – music teacher and band member of several projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rachel brings a particular dark sound with her pianet T and her melodies blend with Insannie’s voice creating a magical atmosphere. Emma Feickert (cello) – classically trained musician since a young age, Emma joins a band for the first time bringing depth and darkness to the sound .Charles James Gonzalez (bass) – producer and co-founder of the band Novio Electrico.Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley California

Light Show by Projection Art, Dennis Keefe and Jim Baldocchi

Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave,
Berkeley California
Info: 510-472-3170LIVE SHOW & ONLINE BROADCAST STREAM (see Link)Door is 7:30 PM Show is 8pmAdmission is $15-$25 at door Must be Masked and show proof Of Vaccination upon entryALL Ages Wheelchair accessible

Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others.Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley California 2905 Shattuck Ave.

ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER PROUDLY PRESENTS
October 2, 2021Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others.THE BAND:Insannie Frannie (lead vocals & acoustic guitar) – band founderRex John Shelverton (lead guitar)– shoegaze legend, cofounder of rock/shoegaze bands like Bellavista, Tamaryn and Vue, with whom he performed with bands like The Rolling Stones, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The White Stripes, amongst others. Their song “Girl” was featured in the HBO show “The Sopranos”.Rachel Hoiem (backup vocals, electric pianet, percussions) – music teacher and band member of several projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, Rachel brings a particular dark sound with her pianet T and her melodies blend with Insannie’s voice creating a magical atmosphere.Emma Feickert (cello) – classically trained musician since a young age, Emma joins a band for the first time bringing depth and darkness to the sound.Charles James Gonzalez (bass) – producer and co-founder of the band Novio Electrico.Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley CaliforniaArt House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave,
Berkeley California
Info: 510-472-3170LIVE SHOW & ONLINE BROADCAST STREAM (see Link)Door is 7:30 PM Show is 8pmAdmission is $15-$25 at doorMust be Masked and show proof Of Vaccination upon entryALL Ages Wheelchair accessible
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Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others.
Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley California 2905 Shattuck Ave.

LIVE SHOW & ONLINE BROADCAST STREAM (see Link)
Door is 7:30 PM Show is 8pm
Admission is $15-$25 at door
Must be Masked and show proof Of Vaccination upon entry
ALL Ages Wheelchair accessible See LessEdit

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Insannie Frannie is an Italian singer-songwriter based in San Francisco. It is only when she meets Rex Shelverton, Rachel Hoiem and Charles Gonzalez that her sound starts to develop into a clear direction. The decision was to leave each song in its original folk state, with goth and gypsy vibes, and the deep cello of Emma Feickert. The dark sound creates a mysterious atmosphere, inspired by Bob Dylan, Mazzy Star, The Cure, Stevie Nicks, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors and Velvet Underground amongst others.Insannie’s latest EP ‘Whispers to the Universe’ was recorded and produced in San Francisco by Rex Shelverton and showcases the new goth-folk sound. Since then, the band recorded and produced a full length album that will be released before the end of the year. The album title will be “In Between Wolves”, inspired by the Italian saying “the wolf loses the fur but not the vice”, a concept that she develops in several of her songs, almost rewriting Little Red Riding Hood in an empowering key. Songs from the new album will be played on October 2nd for the first time, at the Art House Gallery in Berkeley California 2905 Shattuck Ave.

LIVE SHOW & ONLINE BROADCAST STREAM (see Link)
Door is 7:30 PM Show is 8pm
Admission is $15-$25 at door
Must be Masked and show proof Of Vaccination upon entry
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An Acoustic Evening with:awakebutstillinbed // i’m glad it’s you // sarchasm // spurtsArt House Gallery & Cultural Center2905 Shattuck Ave.Berkeley Ca 94705August 13th Friday

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HUGE CLEARANCE SALE THIS WEEKENDSATURDAY & SUNDAY 12 NOON -5PMNO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED!!

RARE BOOKS, POSTERS, VINYL, ARTS & PHOTOS and Everything Else
ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley Saturday and Sunday 12noon -5pm
BOOKS $5. (Vinyl ONLY $3.00) POSTERS 5-$10 CDs only $5
EVERYTHING is either 1/2 Price or LESS or REALLY CHEAP!!!
” Tom Dalzell Says’ “The collection of vinyl, art, books and posters that Harold Adler is selling at the Art House is astonishing. I am tempted to use a thesaurus to add ten superlatives, but it isn’t necessary. The collection of memorabilia, ephemera, etc. is larger and better than anything I have seen for sale anywhere. Ever. It rivals the best I have seen in a museum. From week to week Adler finds more treasures. Just when you think it can’t get any better – it does. Adler knows it all. He’s modest, funny, and full of knowledge and stories. His prices are fractions of what you’d pay on eBay. It’s a great new incarnation of a great Berkeley institution, the Art House Gallery & Cultural Center” OPEN 12noon to 5pm.”

PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTS & TAKE HOME SOME REALLY COOL STUFF THIS WEEKEND!!! Posters only $5-10. Books $5.-20HUGE COLLECTABLE and RARE GARAGE SALE!! RARE BOOKS, POSTERS, VINYL CAMERAS ARTS & PHOTOS. ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER 2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley Saturday and Sunday 12noon -5pm BOOKS $5. (Vinyl ONLY $3.00) POSTERS 5-$10 CDs only $5EVERYTHING is either 1/2 Price or REALLY CHEAP!!! Tom Dalzell Says’ “The collection of vinyl, art, books and posters that Harold Adler is selling at the Art House is astonishing. I am tempted to use a thesaurus to add ten superlatives, but it isn’t necessary. The collection of memorabilia, ephemera, etc. is larger and better than anything I have seen for sale anywhere. Ever. It rivals the best I have seen in a museum. From week to week Adler finds more treasures. Just when you think it can’t get any better – it does. Adler knows it all. He’s modest, funny, and full of knowledge and stories. His prices are fractions of what you’d pay on eBay. It’s a great new incarnation of a great Berkeley institution, the Art House Gallery & Cultural Center” OPEN 12noon to 5pm. SATURDAY & SUNDAY

PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTS & TAKE HOME SOME REALLY COOL STUFF THIS WEEKEND!!!Posters only $5-10. Books $5.-20HUGE COLLECTABLE and RARE GARAGE SALE!!RARE BOOKS, POSTERS, VINYL CAMERAS ARTS & PHOTOSART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER2905 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley Saturday and Sunday 12noon -5pmBOOKS $5. (Vinyl ONLY $3.00) POSTERS 5-$10 CDs only $5EVERYTHING is either 1/2 Price or REALLY CHEAP!!!” Tom Dalzell Says’ The collection of vinyl, art, books and posters that Harold Adler is selling at the Art House is astonishing. I am tempted to use a thesaurus to add ten superlatives, but it isn’t necessary. The collection of memorabilia, ephemera, etc. is larger and better than anything I have seen for sale anywhere. Ever. It rivals the best I have seen in a museum. From week to week Adler finds more treasures. Just when you think it can’t get any better – it does. Adler knows it all. He’s modest, funny, and full of knowledge and stories. His prices are fractions of what you’d pay on eBay. It’s a great new incarnation of a great Berkeley institution, the Art House Gallery & Cultural Center” OPEN 12noon to 5pm.