Handmade Moments

Handmade Moments

With Gabrielle Louise

A Pickin’ Productions and Paradise Theatre Presentation

Saturday, Feb 3 7:30pm
Tickets: $25 presale / $30 at door
Tickets available online

Handmade Moments is a force! “Glistening with insight and whimsy, long-simmering with righteous compassion and beauty, Handmade Moments are a fearless all-weather duo – complementary spirits of musical tightrope and magic – serving up entrée to their secret river of goodness.” Naropa Sabine says “They’re more than a duo, they’re the hardest working band in rock n roll!”. It’s all true.

Don’t miss their debut on stage at the Paradise Theatre. This show is THE way to kick off the 2024 Pickin ‘n Paradise series! More on the series at Pickin Productions.

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Gabrielle Louise is a songwriter and storytelling living in the mountains of Colorado. Half her time she’s touring and making records, and the other half she’s gardening, watercolor painting, and writing songs on her porch.

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