STOCKTON — Frankie & Annette are in concert Saturday, June 8, at 7 p.m. at the Emerson Coffee House at the First Unitarian Universalist, 2737 Pacific Ave.
The two have a mutual love of popular music: the kind of music people like to hear when they’re doing something they really enjoy. It’s ‘60s pop and old cowboy weepers, Tom Jones, the Everly Brothers, the Beatles and Van Morrison.
They interpret exceptional songwriting through clear, harmonies and impeccable timing. Their original music is romantic and unique, with the occasional high, fast and inside emotional curve-ball.
Through songs we all know and love, Frankie and Annette connect with an emotional world of love, tragedy and hope.
Frankie, originally from San Diego, spent many years working the rock and jazz clubs of San Francisco. Annette, who hails from Redondo Beach, has a long history of performing and appearing in musical theater in and around Los Angeles and Sacramento. Her voice is as beautiful as her soul.
Coffee House doors open at 6:30 p.m. and Frankie and Annette fill the room with song beginning at 7 p.m.
The cover charge is $10 at the door.