Hanni El Khatib - Santa Barbara, CA

Thu, February 23, 2017 - 9:00pm

SOhO Music Club

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Hanni El Khatib - Santa Barbara, CA

SOhO Music Club
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We The Beat presents

Hanni El Khatib

w/ The Buttertones & Clean Spill

at SOhO Music Club 

Santa Barbara, CA

Thursday, Feb 23

With a blend of blues, garage, folk, and good old-fashioned rock & roll crooning, San Francisco native Hanni El Khatib worked as a creative director for HUF before making a name for himself as a singer/songwriter. With a sound that evokes the eclectic mashups and warbling voice of Devendra Banhart and the grungy blues of Jon Spencer, Khatib made his debut with a pair of singles released on Stones Throw imprint Innovative Leisure in 2010. In 2011, Khatib opened for Florence + the Machine before eventually releasing his full-length debut, Will the Guns Come Out. For his next album, El Khatib teamed up with producer (and Black Keys member) Dan Auerbach, who added a new level of polish to his 2013 sophomore effort, Head in the Dirt. After a year of heavy touring, he returned in early 2015 with his self-produced third album Moonlight

When & Where
Thursday, February 23, 2017
9:00pm - 11:55pm PST
  • SOhO Music Club
    1221 State St #205
    Santa Barbara, CA

We The Beat is a California-based collective of tastemakers and forward-thinking individuals pushing the boundaries of music discovery and concert production. With a new-wave take on the counterculture movement of the 50s and 60s' Beat Generation, WTB strives to promote the exploration of the new and uncharted while blurring the lines between pop and underground culture.

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