For Songwriter, it's About Relationships, Crooked Pots and Lids

Harriet Schock is bringing a special show to the Coffee Gallery Backstage. It illustrates how everyone is searching for the perfect lid to his or her pot. But when you think about it, your pot is not so perfect so why are you looking for a perfect lid? Shouldn't you be looking for a lid that has nicks and dings and dents that align with yours so that they don't clank and bang against your pot? The songs of Harriet's set will expand upon this premise in unimaginable ways. This is a brand new show for the Coffee Gallery Backstage, where Harriet recorded her highly acclaimed CD, "Harriet Schock Live - From Fairfax To Pasadena."

Harriet wrote the words and music to the Grammy-nominated No. 1 hit, "Ain't No Way To Treat A Lady," plus many songs for other artists and numerous films and TV shows. Currently she has a PBS series theme song, "Jakers!" playing weekly. Her fourth, fifth and sixth CDs, "American Romance," "Rosebud" and "Harriet Schock - Live from Fairfax to Pasadena" are in national release, as well as her book, "Becoming Remarkable: For Songwriters and Those Who Love Songs."

Tickets are $15. Showtime is at 7 p.m. July 24 at the Coffee Gallery Backstage, 2029 N.Lake Ave. in Pasadena. For more information or to make reservations, cal 626-398-7917.

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