The moment I stepped through the apartment door and snapped my fingers during the realtor-led tour of my home I knew that these acoustics were meant to be shared with friends. Since 2012 I've been hosting gatherings under the vaulted ceiling of my living room featuring touring and local musicians and building community. Inspired by intimate venues such as The Red Poppy Art House and The Lost Church, The Red Door House Concerts allow 100% audience attention and 100% of the sliding-scale donation to be paid to the performers. We hope you can join us for our next show!

February 18 - Red Door House Concert: Tiny Home

Doors at 7:00, show at 7:30
$15-20 donation
BYOB, Shoe-free house
Jam session to follow

Email danielfabricant@gmail.com for address

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Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Tiny Home is Sonya Cotton and Gabe Dominguez. Sonya and Gabe have been singing together nearly since the day they met, in August 2007.

Their repertoire spans a wide variety of genres, including original and traditional folk songs, musical theater classics, jazz standards, and composers from Tom Waits to Townes Van Zandt. They’ve recorded two albums: a self-titled collection of ballads released in 2011, and a Christmas album entitled “Christmas Carols for Our Mothers,” released in 2009, both of which can be heard here.

Both Gabe and Sonya are driven, personally and musically, by a deep love for wild places and creatures. They have completed three week-long music/walking tours up the California coast performing tiny concerts in small towns along the way, carrying their guitar on their back. Their future vision includes a train tour of the Pacific Northwest and a tour by canoe down the Delaware River.