Alisan Porter

Thu Nov 21 2019

8:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House

33157 Camino Capistrano, Suite C San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

$20.00

All Ages

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Today, her first full-length album: Pink Cloud. After a long career spent wowing audiences onscreen before her move into music, the new record is about Porter finding her truth.
Thanks to her outstanding and exciting Season 10 win on The Voice, the world is already familiar with Porter's mind-blowing vocal chops. On Pink Cloud, Porter shatters expectations and blazes a new path for herself with a collection of songs she co-wrote with Matt Rollings in Nashville.
It was a long and winding road that led to this point - one that was marked by a struggle with addiction, as well as renewal and self-discovery. Porter lays it all out in Pink Cloud, her first full-length album.
The album opens with "Pink Cloud," a track with a gloriously retro guitar sound and a call for living in the moment - a call that's echoed again later in the album with the stomping "Gone in a Flash." Porter takes the tempo down and digs deep into ache of longing in "Like A Drug" before exploring the excitement of new love combined with the scars of past hurt in "What If I Wake Up." The defining moment for Porter on this album may be the raucous "Wild One," a sassy country-tinged rocker that's an ode to unapologetic self-acceptance.
Pink Cloud was recorded live over two days at the Sound Emporium in Nashville. Porter's deep soul and country influences can be heard everywhere on the record - from her powerful Janis Joplin-esque vocals to her gift for storytelling in the vein of Patty Griffin or Brandie Carlile.
"Music is all encompassing," Porter says of the new album," and music is such a great healer and such a great therapist. I wanted people to know that there was love after heartbreak. I wanted people to know that it was OK to be wild and free sometimes and to let your freak flag fly."
Porter has spent most of her life either in front of the camera, on the stage, or behind the microphone. As a child, she won Star Search, appeared in television shows and in films like Parenthood, and starred in Curly Sue opposite Jim Belushi. In young adulthood, she made her Broadway debut as Marty in "Footloose" and then went on to star as Bebe in the recent revival of "A Chorus Line." After spending years dancing with the best of Broadway every night, Porter stepped out of the spotlight to spend time with her family.
Over the years, Porter discovered that singing, rather than acting, was her true love. Her 2016 season on The Voice came as quite a surprise - a friend submitted her without telling her. Porter dazzled the judges and won legions of fans. As she continued her journey after winning the show, it was important to Porter to let her own voice and truth shine through.
On Pink Cloud, that voice - and Porter's individuality and unique story - is on full display.

Alisan Porter

  • Alisan Porter

    Alisan Porter

    Pop

    Today, her first full-length album: Pink Cloud. After a long career spent wowing audiences onscreen before her move into music, the new record is about Porter finding her truth.
    Thanks to her outstanding and exciting Season 10 win on The Voice, the world is already familiar with Porter's mind-blowing vocal chops. On Pink Cloud, Porter shatters expectations and blazes a new path for herself with a collection of songs she co-wrote with Matt Rollings in Nashville.
    It was a long and winding road that led to this point - one that was marked by a struggle with addiction, as well as renewal and self-discovery. Porter lays it all out in Pink Cloud, her first full-length album.
    The album opens with "Pink Cloud," a track with a gloriously retro guitar sound and a call for living in the moment - a call that's echoed again later in the album with the stomping "Gone in a Flash." Porter takes the tempo down and digs deep into ache of longing in "Like A Drug" before exploring the excitement of new love combined with the scars of past hurt in "What If I Wake Up." The defining moment for Porter on this album may be the raucous "Wild One," a sassy country-tinged rocker that's an ode to unapologetic self-acceptance.
    Pink Cloud was recorded live over two days at the Sound Emporium in Nashville. Porter's deep soul and country influences can be heard everywhere on the record - from her powerful Janis Joplin-esque vocals to her gift for storytelling in the vein of Patty Griffin or Brandie Carlile.
    "Music is all encompassing," Porter says of the new album," and music is such a great healer and such a great therapist. I wanted people to know that there was love after heartbreak. I wanted people to know that it was OK to be wild and free sometimes and to let your freak flag fly."
    Porter has spent most of her life either in front of the camera, on the stage, or behind the microphone. As a child, she won Star Search, appeared in television shows and in films like Parenthood, and starred in Curly Sue opposite Jim Belushi. In young adulthood, she made her Broadway debut as Marty in "Footloose" and then went on to star as Bebe in the recent revival of "A Chorus Line." After spending years dancing with the best of Broadway every night, Porter stepped out of the spotlight to spend time with her family.
    Over the years, Porter discovered that singing, rather than acting, was her true love. Her 2016 season on The Voice came as quite a surprise - a friend submitted her without telling her. Porter dazzled the judges and won legions of fans. As she continued her journey after winning the show, it was important to Porter to let her own voice and truth shine through.
    On Pink Cloud, that voice - and Porter's individuality and unique story - is on full display.
  • Karly Moreno

    Karly Moreno

    Music

    Hi everyone! My name is Karly Moreno and I am a 24 yr-old singer/songwriter from Orange County California. So excited to announce I was a contestant on SEASON #16 ON THE VOICE ON NBC. My dream is to be able to touch and inspire people with my music the way music has touched me! I believe that music does something to the soul and I want to take part in giving people that experience. Growing up, I watched my mom sing in a band and was influenced in many ways. Music quickly became my passion as I started singing at the age of 5 and writing and playing guitar at age 11. Music is just a big part of me, and something I am always going to continue to pursue. 
        I was musically influenced by many artists, while my own style started to evolve and my “ unique tone and soulful heart”, as people have said, brought me the Indie/Singer-songwriter sound I have today. 
        I have played shows throughout O.C and LA and continue to do so and love it! Some of these places include; House of Blues, Plaza Stage at the Greek Theater opening up for Americas Got Talent and many local restaurants and hangouts. Through out my journey, I have been fortunate enough to meet some amazing people, including CEO of We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gym, and through that relationship, I was able to play at The Rose Bowl and the Angels stadium for Autism Speaks Walk, a great cause!
        Currently, I am in the studio working on my first E.P! It should be done within the next few months and I am so excited for all of you to hear! Stay tuned☺
     
    "Man I could see Karly having a song on the radio right now that everybody knows!" Adam Levine
     
    "I love your voice, the purity of it is angelic and it is very beautiful" 
     Kelly Clarkson
     
    "When I first heard Karly's voice, I immediately thought of Ellie Goulding, that very rich buttery tone that just fits so perfectly, record producers say goes to tape very well" Charlie Puth
     
    "When you get nominated for a Grammy it will be in the W.T.F category" 
    Blake Shelton
     
    "Karly has something about her voice, I just love it, it's very warm it's almost hypnotic" Blake Shelton
  • Four Sue - Unplugged

    Four Sue - Unplugged

    Blues-Rock

    "Four Sue Unplugged" consists of the three core members of "Four Sue" - Joe Seymour on guitar, Laurie Seymour on vocals and Lisa Walker on vocals and percussion. The band's name honors their first percussionist and best friend, Susan Davis who on September 13, 2012, passed away suddenly, leaving the group with broken hearts and only four members. Four Sue performs music from some of your favorite songwriters of the 70's - rock, blues and soul; but it is their original music, that brings you in with it's vintage acoustic rock sound - drawn from the members' life experiences.

    "Of all the venues we've played, we feel most at home at the Coach House because we're a local San Juan Capistrano band." -Joe Seymour, Guitarist of Four Sue

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Alisan Porter

Thu Nov 21 2019 8:00 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The Coach House San Juan Capistrano CA
Alisan Porter

$20.00 All Ages

Today, her first full-length album: Pink Cloud. After a long career spent wowing audiences onscreen before her move into music, the new record is about Porter finding her truth.
Thanks to her outstanding and exciting Season 10 win on The Voice, the world is already familiar with Porter's mind-blowing vocal chops. On Pink Cloud, Porter shatters expectations and blazes a new path for herself with a collection of songs she co-wrote with Matt Rollings in Nashville.
It was a long and winding road that led to this point - one that was marked by a struggle with addiction, as well as renewal and self-discovery. Porter lays it all out in Pink Cloud, her first full-length album.
The album opens with "Pink Cloud," a track with a gloriously retro guitar sound and a call for living in the moment - a call that's echoed again later in the album with the stomping "Gone in a Flash." Porter takes the tempo down and digs deep into ache of longing in "Like A Drug" before exploring the excitement of new love combined with the scars of past hurt in "What If I Wake Up." The defining moment for Porter on this album may be the raucous "Wild One," a sassy country-tinged rocker that's an ode to unapologetic self-acceptance.
Pink Cloud was recorded live over two days at the Sound Emporium in Nashville. Porter's deep soul and country influences can be heard everywhere on the record - from her powerful Janis Joplin-esque vocals to her gift for storytelling in the vein of Patty Griffin or Brandie Carlile.
"Music is all encompassing," Porter says of the new album," and music is such a great healer and such a great therapist. I wanted people to know that there was love after heartbreak. I wanted people to know that it was OK to be wild and free sometimes and to let your freak flag fly."
Porter has spent most of her life either in front of the camera, on the stage, or behind the microphone. As a child, she won Star Search, appeared in television shows and in films like Parenthood, and starred in Curly Sue opposite Jim Belushi. In young adulthood, she made her Broadway debut as Marty in "Footloose" and then went on to star as Bebe in the recent revival of "A Chorus Line." After spending years dancing with the best of Broadway every night, Porter stepped out of the spotlight to spend time with her family.
Over the years, Porter discovered that singing, rather than acting, was her true love. Her 2016 season on The Voice came as quite a surprise - a friend submitted her without telling her. Porter dazzled the judges and won legions of fans. As she continued her journey after winning the show, it was important to Porter to let her own voice and truth shine through.
On Pink Cloud, that voice - and Porter's individuality and unique story - is on full display.

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$20.00

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Terms & Conditions

There is a Two Drink Minimum per person unless you have made a Dinner Reservation.

Dinner reservations get you reserved priority seating for the entire evening that is in front of general admission seating and closer to the stage. There is no additional cost to make a dinner reservation but you are required to purchase a minimum of $15 in dinner the night of the show EXCLUDING DRINKS with your food server. Dinner reservations require you arrive no later than 1 hour after the doors open. To make a dinner reservation please call 949-496-8930.

ALL SALES ARE: FINAL, NON REFUNDABLE, NON EXCHANGEABLE