Upcoming Shows




'Get Behind the Mule' LIVE from Boulder Roots & Blues Summit

The fine folks at just put up this video of Hope performing Tom Waits' "Get Behind the Mule" at the Boulder Roots & Blues Summit.  Hope you enjoy it!


Koffeehouse Sunday Sessions @ The Charleston

On Sunday, January 27th, Hope will be part of the Koffeehouse Sunday Sessions in Santa Monica.  The event, which is held at The Charleston, is a weekly showcase featuring top emerging artists and bands.  

The show begins at 6:00pm with the Koffeehouse JAM Session.  Hope will perform at 8:00pm between Mike Burke and Bay Area band, Alma Desnuda.  She will be joined by guitarist/percussionist David Carducci and violinist Jesse Olema.

Pre-sale tickets for the show are $7.50 and can be purchased from or on the "Shows" page.  Tickets are $10 at the door.



Room 5 Lounge | Monday, Jan 7

Room 5 is launching a new Monday night format this coming Monday, January 7th and I'm really excited to be a part of it!!  

The evening will feature 10-12 hand-picked artists every week doing 3 songs each. It's donation only so there's no cover at the door!

Come discover something new and help us build a night of community, great talent and good times.

Happy New Year!!

xoxo, hw


On Friday, October 12, Hope will be joining her friend and fellow musician Abby Posner at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood, CA as Abby celebrates the release of her new album.  Hope will be performing a full set featuring Abby on banjo & mandolin, Jake Bartfield on upright bass, Kristen Gleeson-Prata on drums & Dave Carducci on guitar.  

This is going to be a fun night of music that is sure to spice up your Friday night!


We are very excited to annouce that Hope will be performing at the Southern Crossroads Music & Tamale Festival this Saturday, August 11 at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, MS!!  The festival boasts an impressive line-up of fantastic roots and blues artists including Marc Broussard, Steve Azar, Eric Lindell, Dorothy Moore ("Misty Blue"), Bobby Rush and WAR.  In addition to music, the event will also include tamale vendors, cooking instructions/demos, and real-time art from local artists creating works during the festivities.

Hope will be joined on stage by her new backing band which features an eclectic mix of instruments.  They've been working really hard to make this set cook and are looking forward to debuting this new line-up down South.

If you are within driving distance of Jackson, Tamale Fest is definitely worth the drive.  For more information, performance schedule and tickets, visit: