Sun, Jun 30
Seated Show
Cindy Lee Berryhill
Joey Harris
Nena Anderson
Darius Degher
7:30PM (Doors: 7:00PM )
$15.00
Ages 21 and Up
This show is at Belly Up
143 S. Cedros Ave, Solana Beach, CA

Ticket Price: $12 advanced seat / $15 day of show seat / $21 reserved loft seating (available over the phone 858-481-8140 or in person at our box office) (seating chart / virtual venue tour)

A SEATED SHOW

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Cindy Lee Berryhill
Cindy Lee Berryhill is an American singer-songwriter first noticed as one of the founders of the New York City Antifolk underground scene in the 1980s, which included Beck and Michelle Shocked. Her debut and second albums were released on Rhino Records and she has since released five more, including 2017’s The Adventurist on Omnivore Recordings. She lives in Encinitas and is hard at work on her second novel. 
Note: Despite being considered the original "Queen of Antifolk" she actually likes folk music. 
Joey Harris
Nena Anderson
Blues-tinged and influenced by Southern California country, folk, and punk of the Seventies, Nena Anderson’s music is studded with memorable lyrics, hooks and melodies. It’s driven by heartaches, hope, and the life experiences that we all have in common, resonating with an “I’ve been there too” feeling, while her swoon-worthy voice soothes us into knowing, that somehow we will all get through it. 
Darius Degher
A “master of the lyrical craft” – Frank Kocher, SD Troubadour

In the mid-80s Darius broke up his rock band Darius and the Magnets and embarked on a trip of rediscovery. The result was his reinvention as a “folksinger.” Since then, he’s released five albums, and more, as a singer-songwriter. 

But he’s also a guitarist and a published poet, and his lyrics stand at the center of each of his songs. In the end, his work is a stew of cosmic alternative-folk, what the L.A. Reader once called a “cornucopia of bright, lyrical wit and intelligently crafted songs.”            

He's performed at the Troubadour, CBGB, the Bitter End, the Whiskey, the Roxy, SXSW, and many other venues. He and his bands have played on bills with Don McLean, Lucinda Williams, Dr. John, Guy Clark, and others. 

His first solo album, Cardboard Confessional, helped make him a fixture of the Los Angeles acoustic music scene of the late 80s and early 90s. The CD came out on Gold Castle/Capitol Records (the folk music label of Bruce Cockburn, Joan Baez, Eric Andersen, and Don McLean at the time). The CD received national radio airplay. The video for the song "White Boy Raving" aired on MTV and made Billboard Magazine's Top Twenty Video List.  

In 1997, Darius released Garage Sale of the Soul, just before moving to Sweden and disappearing from (American) view for a dozen years. After returning to California, his 2012 album The Coyote Cantos was nominated for a San Diego Music Award. In 2015 he released the album Eleven Story Strum. His latest folk album Open Question to the Sky was released in Spring, 2024.
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“If it weren’t for the fact that he’s [several albums] into a career, I’m sure there’d be a call to label him the next Bob Dylan.” -- Leicester Bangs Music Blog            

”Every once in a while an album comes along with lyrics so wondrous, so vital, that they should be scripted on parchment, bound in fine leather and handed out . . . Darius -- songwriter or poet?” -- Robert J. Hawkins, San Diego Union Tribune 

”Hearing Hollywood’s poet laureate in concert is always a treat . . . his lyrical abilities are still unsurpassed.” -- Rich Robinson, Los Angeles Reader” 

 

Ticket Price: $12 advanced seat / $15 day of show seat / $21 reserved loft seating (available over the phone 858-481-8140 or in person at our box office) (seating chart / virtual venue tour)

A SEATED SHOW

Not on the e-mail list for venue presales? Sign up to be a Belly Up VIP and you will never miss a chance to grab tickets before they go on sale to the general public again!

There are no refunds or exchanges on tickets once purchased.
All times and supporting acts are subject to change.