Globe Hall Presents


Heidi Lynne Gluck, Deva Yoder, BBQ Opens at Noon for Lunch!

Saturday, 5/6

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$15.00 - $18.00

This event is 21 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

Kawehi is a new breed of musician, a one-woman-band from Lawrence, Kansas who uses technology to carry the weight of a full band on her own. She was seen and heard in the Super Bowl 50 commercial for Intel, has landed in publications such as People Magazine, Spin, Esquire, and on the front page of Reddit. Elle magazine has dubbed Kawehi "The Genius One-Woman Band" and HuffPo has praised Kawehi as "Killing the DIY scene." With over 11 million views on her YouTube channel, Kawehi has been performing to sold out shows across the nation and has already been on three headlining tours. With eight Kickstarter projects under her belt, Kawehi shows no signs of slowing down. Her newest project, EVE – a Sci-Fi Short Film/Visual Album – was funded via Kickstarter in less than a day and is set to release in the Spring of 2017.
Heidi Lynne Gluck
On her debut EP, "The Only Girl in the World," she rummages through a collection of battered and beautiful sounds that explore the ideas of family and where home truly is. She also tackles the more contentious issues of how a woman comes into a sense of self and other obstacles that come from the world around her. Her lyrics are occasionally barbed but still manage not to keep you at an arm's length. She surrounds herself with gossamer guitar lines backed against a folksy rhythmic gait; there are also interludes of juke joint piano and a host of expressive arrangements that give her voice the platform from which to rise, sustain and become a defiant force on behalf of her listeners.
Deva Yoder
Deva Yoder has been playing shows for nearly 20 years. In her early years she played around Denver at coffee shops and busked on 16th Street Mall, played underground haunts and eventually worked her way up to opening for national acts. After a hiatus, she joined a local cover band, and rotated between singing, playing guitar and playing drums. Deva grew up listening to her Dad play music with members of Neil Young's band, Crazy Horse, in her basement, and he also played bass for a touring band that opened for Jefferson Airplane. She is the sister of DMC World Champion DJ, Chris Karns, and her brother Casey owns the popular Denver restaurant, The Meadowlark Kitchen. Her husband and drummer was once the drummer for the early 2000's popular indie rock band, Lovedrug. Her influences include Americana singer-songwriters such as Patty Griffin, Over The Rhine, Mindy Smith, Laura Viers, Sam Phillips, Suzanne Vega, and Ryan Adams. Stormchasers is her breakout solo debut album; written, performed, produced and self-released by Deva
Venue Information:
Globe Hall
4483 Logan Street
Denver, CO, 80216