Rebecca Abraxas

July 19, 2018
Live Music at 6- Cost-Free

Rebecca Abraxas, through the years, has been an integral part of Boulder, Colorado’s music scene. She was the first performer on Boulder’s Public Access T.V. series, the “Naked Stage”, where one of her songs became their theme song for the show. She joined the female singer/songwriter movement, “Women From Mars”, for many of the shows in Boulder. She also hosted the “Where’s Richard” women’s music show at the late Penny Lane Coffee House. Over the years, people have raved about the unforgettable quality of Rebecca Abraxas’ voice and the soul she has given her songs.

Today Rebecca Abraxas continues to share live music in the Boulder and Denver area with a variety of audiences including Health Care Seniors and Children.  Rebecca leads music performances, Keynote Concerts, workshops, private sound healing sessions, as well as expressive arts sessions.   She has been invited to sing at Unity and New Thought churches and continues to share music in the community through house concerts, art walks and other gatherings.Rebecca is a wonderful candidate for music festivals, retreats and conferences.

Rebecca’s songs are inspired by the plight of one’s journey to live the best life he or she can. Inspired by songwriters such as Jim Croce, Bruce Springsteen, Carol King, John Denver, Paul Simon and Billy Joel, Rebecca writes songs that have heart strings as well as wings. Rebecca Abraxas has 3 CDs of her own and has made vocal appearances on several others including that of Krieg Vessleman’s. Rebecca’s CDs, “Alive in Longmont” and “The Offering”, were both made with live audiences. Rebecca’s most recent CD, “When Heaven Meets Hell,” was a studio project released in May 2012. This CD is a collection of songs that address stories of over coming obstacles and staying true to oneself. “When Heaven Meets Hell” was funded by friends and fans through an Indie-GoGo Campaign.  With 15 songs ready to be recorded, Rebecca stays active with songwriting and is plotting out her next CD project.

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