Do you love Great Roots & Soul Songs that Inspire? How about an Incredible Duo - Brothers who Weave the Webs of Life on Cello and Guitar? Or Punk inspired Songs that are Pretty? And a Great Storyteller who tells Tales on Dogs? Awesome performers are bringing their best to the David Harvey Presents showcase on Thursday, November 29th., 7PM at The Coffee Gallery Backstage. $15 cover at the door (cash) - All Ages - No Reservations
FEATURING: Skip Heller Roots meets Soul is how I describe SkipHeller. Skip is one of Los Angeles’ most wide-ranging artists. He's played with NRBQ, Stan Ridgway, Yma Sumac, Phil Alvin, Cannibal and The Headhunters, Rick Danko, Big Jay McNeely, and many many more. Skip always brings a big roots rocking sound and guitar virtuosity to his shows. http://www.carnivalofsoulmusic.com/ The Brothers Landau The Brothers Landau is a Los Angeles based cello-guitar duo that began very simply in 2006 as a musical project of classically trained brothers Daniel and David Landau for a family friend’s Labor Day party. The Brothers consistently utilize dynamics, counterpoint, and catchy melodies to entertain, enthuse, and infuse audiences with an optimistic and soothingly familiar energy, much like being with good friends after a lousy week. David’s cello relates sounds from deep within, ranging from strong and soulful to sweetly melancholic, while Daniel’s guitar provides rhythmic progressions and chords alternately complementary and conflicting, all as the Brothers’ voices bring everything into one unique sonic experience.
www.brotherslanau.com Melinda GibsonMelindaGibson is such a nice person. She has an infectious smile and a wonderful laugh. But put an electric guitar in her hands and watch her snarl the chords with joy. Her songs are part Green Day meets Weezer, but with a far prettier voice singing them. You'll like her, a lot! http://www.emjeemusic.com/
And Special Guest... "A Word" With Dylan Brody! Dylan Brody is an award winning playwright, a thrice published author, a humorist and a story-teller. He's a writer for the Huffington Post and a new contributor to NPR's OffRamp on KPCC. He is also a martial artist, but those skills probably will not come into play during the show. Unless something goes horribly wrong. http://dylanbrody.com Come out for a great night of music. It's Good for the Soul!
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