Coral Bells is a seaside tribe of troubadours. Our manifestations include our “core four” and six piece ensemble, in addition to reoccurring guest musicians. We retrofit 60’s & 70’s classics and write harmony-driven folk songs.
With enough material to play up to four hours, Coral Bells has performed at weddings, birthday parties, company events, local farms, various pubs and the San Diego and L.A. chapters of Sofar Sounds. In May of 2017 Coral Bells travelled to Dallas, Texas (through Gigtown) for a 2,000 person annual company retreat. Coral Bells has performed at a handful of out-of-state gigs, traveling up the west coast to Northern California, Oregon, and even Wisconsin. If no sound is provided, the band is capable of toting their Mackie 12-channel PA system with two 12 inch 1,000 watt speakers, including mics and mic stands, sufficient for entertaining up to 350 people.
Coral Bells was nominated for the 2019 San Diego Music Awards, and have been featured on KPBS, NPR, 91x, Palomar College Radio, NBC SoundDiego, SD Voyager Magazine, and the SD Tribune. Coral Bells released their second EP "the treehouse tapes" in February 2020 with sound engineer, Scott Seader, and Nashville-based, Moses Mastering.