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Danielle Ate the Sandwich Live in Concert

  • Presented By: Avogadro's Number
  • Dates: June 25, 2023
  • Location: Avogadro's Number
  • 605 S Mason Street
  • Fort Collins, CO 80524
  • Time: 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
  • Price: $20 advanced
    • Danielle Ate the Sandwich returns to Avogadro’s in Fort Collins on Sunday, June 25th, with Boulder-based Pamela Machala. Join the two songwriters for a night of sweet pop/folk songs about life, death and the in-between performed on ukulele (Danielle), and groovy folk/soul/jazz tunes full of melancholy and hopefulness performed on the piano (Pamela). We promise French fries (Avo’s) harmonies, reasons to laugh, and plenty of heartfelt, rip you raw songs.

      June 25th, 6pm doors, 7pm show, Tickets $20/$25
      **Please note tickets sales are only available during Avogadro’s business hours
      Monday-Friday 11am-8:30pm MDT
      Saturday & Sunday 9am-8:30pm MDT

      Danielle Ate the Sandwich |
      Combining soft and lilting vocals with poignant honesty and wit, Danielle Ate the Sandwich (Danielle Anderson), writes songs for the biggest and smallest moments of life. A songwriter, ukulele and guitar player, and performer, Danielle first found her place at open mic nights and coffee shops in Fort Collins, Colorado, and is now based in Kansas City, MO. Growing a fan base through her homemade videos on YouTube, Danielle performed and toured extensively from 2009-2018, leaving an impression on audiences across the country, and fans around the world. Danielle has released 7 albums of original music, over 200 YouTube videos, and conducts an annual 24 Hour Album project, writing and producing new songs with the help of her patrons in only twenty four hours. Hard work and a lot of luck have allowed her to open for Mumford and Sons, Jake Shimabukuro, and the opportunity to write the soundtrack to the Emmy nominated HBO documentary, “Packed in a Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson.”

      Pamela Machala |
      Colorado-based singer/songwriter/pianist Pamela Machala makes “pop music for deeper listening” (BolderBeat). With influences ranging from jazz & soul to musical theater & folk, her music sounds like a warm embrace between Norah Jones and James Taylor. Signatures of Pamela’s songs include subtly complex chord changes, feel-good funky grooves, boldly vulnerable lyrics, and a distinctive combination of melancholy and hopefulness. Colorado Daily says of her latest album Something Simple: “Built on her recognizable ability to deliver songs that come across as incredibly catchy, yet deep and heartfelt…Machala artfully turns a phrase and still manages to make us dance." One of the songs on Something Simple, “Bleeding Me Dry,” was awarded the Grand Prize in the SongDoor International Songwriting Competition