Show Rescheduled from 12/18/2021
Show Rescheduled from 12/18/2021
This event is 21 and over.
$25.00 – General Admission (Advance)
$30.00 – General Admission (Door)
*plus applicable service fees
Benny Sings at The Independent on December 18, 2021 is rescheduled to September 21, 2023.
All tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date will be honored at the new date. Should you be unable to attend the new date, please return to the point of purchase no later than May 2, 2023 to request a refund.
Please check our website, theindependentsf.com, for updates on the status of this show. For any questions, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We thank you for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you at the show!
All doors & show times subject to change.
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Benny Sings will celebrate the release of his new album ‘Young Hearts’ and his 20th anniversary as an artist with a US headline tour kicking off on September 21st. Benny will treat his fans to new music from his latest album ‘Young Hearts’ and will look back on his musical journey so far. Ticket sales will start on
The US tour is something Benny is very much looking forward to: “20 years of Benny Sings! Can’t believe it myself. What a rollercoaster. This anniversary makes me proud of what I have experienced so far, and at the same time, makes me excited for what is yet to come. Me and my band will do everything in our power to create the best party possible for our fans. Can’t wait!” said Benny.
For the new ‘Young Hearts’ album, Benny joined forces with producer Kenny Beats, who collaborated with everyone from Gucci Mane to FKA twigs and recently earned a Grammy nod for his work with IDLES. The duo began working together after a DM from the producer. They worked on the album in Kenny’s home studio in L.A., where they jam and write with collaborators Kenny invited over – among them Remi Wolf, indie artist Choker, and songwriter Nami Ondas. Kenny and Benny continued working on the album in London, finishing it remotely in their respective homes of L.A. and Amsterdam. Kenny also had a hand in mixing and mastering Young Hearts – a true album-length collaboration.
The album features singles like ‘Pyjamas’ ft. Remi Wolf, ‘Young Hearts’, ‘The World’ & ‘The Only One’. These singles landed Benny Sings a Spotify Time Square Billboard for the album, airplay on NPR, KEXP, Bandcamp, KCRW (#1 in their March top 30), BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2 & BBC 6Music, and Elton John’s Rocket Hour Play on Apple Music. And this is only the beginning.
Since his debut album ‘Champagne People’ in 2003, Benny Sings has been working continuously on his career with a lot of highlights in return. He scored a cult hit with the ‘Big Brown Eyes’ song from his album ‘ART’ (2011). Benny Sings is the first Dutch artist ever to be invited to play an NPR Tiny Desk Session. When he signed a deal with the renowned Stones Throw Records from LA in 2017, the fanbase quickly expanded, now including names like John Mayer, Anderson Paak, and Jamie Cullum. Benny Sings has been playing in sold-out venues at home and abroad ever since and accumulated over 1.5 billion streams so far.
Brothers Dana and Alden McWayne, along with a troupe of multi-instrumental artists, come together tocreate jazzy melodies with indie sounds inspired by their unconventional upbringing in Eugene, Oregon.Their debut album, Quiet Music for Young People, is an amalgamation of their childhood, meldingmemories of summer days spent working at an apple orchard, and rainy winter nights where theyjammed at cozy jazz clubs. These retrospective moments are channeled through the lens of their wide-ranging influences, from Ahmad Jahmal to Big Thief to Bad Bunny.Alden, the younger of the two, is a drummer and recent graduate of Berklee College of Music, whileDana, the elder statesmen, is a saxophonist and organic farm inspector in Durham, NC.