L.A.-based singer-songwriter and musician Pi Jacobs is on the road again in support of her most recent release, the 12-track platter titled “A Little Blue.” On this, her seventh song-filled serving, Jacobs (lead vocals, guitars, and “box” percussion) is supported by a tuneful troupe featuring producer Aaron Ramsey (mandolin and bass), Jeff Partin (lap steel and dobro), and Celia Chavez and Kel Pritchard (harmony vocals).
Starting this Saturday at the Spoke Bicycle Cafe and ending in August at The Escondite of Los Angeles, Jacobs will be playing a new series of live concerts booked and is ready to rock her fans once again. In a recent email, she said: “This Summer I’m going to be staying a little closer to home, and getting ready to go to Nashville and Europe in the Fall. There are so many fun shows in L.A.”
In a previous e-interview, Jacobs spoke of entertaining a live audience. Her point of view, like the song, remains the same. She spoke of the “unknown factors” and other issues involved with taking the stage in front of a live audience stating: ““Until you have to stand and deliver your music in front of an audience, (and I mean all kinds of audiences, friendly, and not), you will never know if you’re connecting.”
Jacobs should know. After all, she reportedly plays a wide variety of venues. For those who are vacationing and cannot catch her local shows, fret not.
Recently nominated for an LA Music Critics Award, Jacobs is indeed too busy to feel even “a little blue.”. Her upcoming shows also include appearances in Germany, Holland, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom coming soon. She reminds all of her friends and fans that they can also check out her website for additional information. She concludes: “I hope you’ll come say HI!”