4/7 NEW SHOWS ON SALE
Posted on April 7, 2017 in Uncategorized
Edgar Winter | May 4 – 7PM
With over 20 albums and numerous collaborative efforts to his credit, Edgar Winter has not been satisfied to ride the wave of popular music stardom. Edgar Winter’s live shows consistently receive rave reviews. His music is always evolving and he is a master at stretching his skill and imagination to produce amazing results. He continues to thrill audiences with his live performances, always remaining on the cutting edge of music and style. Edgar is now at the very top of his game, and his future looks even brighter than his past.
R&B Cadets | July 28 – 7PM
The R&B Cadets go back a ways and now they are, like all good things, coming round again. Their first gig was in 1980 and during their six year run, they owned a big chunk of the Midwest. They were a dance band, with all the fun that implies, and also a joy to listen to, with the the very savvy Paul Cebar pulling lesser known tunes from his massive record collection and some sparkling originals, written by John Sieger. Topping it off was the thrilling and soulful soprano of Robin Pluer.
Paris Chansons | August 2 & 3 – 7PM
Paris Chansons is Los Angeles’s premier French performing group. Recently featured on the CBS/KCAL news, they are known for their original renditions of French favorites from Aznavour, Brel, Dassin, Piaf, Montand all the way to contemporary artists like Zaz. Their exhilarating performances are punctuated by traditional jazz standards in addition to classics in Russian, Italian, and other languages. Three multilingual singers bring an unparalleled diversity to their shows.
Ruthie Foster | August 14 & 15 – 7PM
The small rural town of Gause, TX had no chance of keeping the vocal powerhouse known as Ruthie Foster to itself. Described by Rolling Stone as “pure magic to watch and hear,” her vocal talent was elevated in worship services at her community church. Drawing influence from legendary acts like Mavis Staples and Aretha Franklin, Foster has developed a unique sound unable to be contained within a single genre. That uniqueness echoes a common theme in Ruthie’s life and career – marching to the beat of her own drum.