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What can be better than to relax Friday night in a cool venue, great food, and great live music? WHEN: Friday, October 2nd Show starts 7:00 pm WHERE: Hallenbeck's & Cahuenga General Store 5510 Cahuenga Blvd North Hollywood, California 91601-2919 On Caheunga Blvd. 1/2 block north of Chandler on the right - next to The Actors Bootcamp www.hallenbecks.net Light meals available DONATIONS: $8 donation at the door (cash). Supports the venue and our non profit efforts. As Songsalive! is a 501c)3) non profit charity, it is tax deductible. Ask for a receipt if necessary. ABOUT THE SHOWCASE: The Songsalive! Los Angeles Showcase features a new venue, a new date, and a new format! Songsalive returns to Hallenbeck's after a couple of years. Hallenbeck's is an well known venue for acoustic Los Angeles Songwriters and performers - they have a small stage with a great sound system, great food and drinks, it is family friendly too, with free parking on the street. ARTISTS: We have three performers who will be doing sets in two rounds - so nice you hear them all twice! And we'll have a short intermission in the middle for food, stretching, and conversation. FEATURING: Angela Leo She’s walked across fire, parachuted from airplanes and made camp in the heart of the Costa Rican rain forest, but Angela Leo’s most courageous act to date is writing songs. Within the tightly crafted lyrics and emotional agility that defines her debut CD,Cognitive Dissonance, the Hollywood-based Leo neatly grafts the evolved sensibility of a poet to her songs. “I didn’t write these songs, the songs wrote me. They came out of my experience, and I have to be true to their souls.” Originally from the Bay Area, Angela performs in Berkeley, San Francisco, and Hollywood clubs like Knitting Factory, Viper Room and The Cat Club. www.myspace.com/angelaleomusic Tracy Newman and the Reinforcements From 1989 to 2004 Tracy Newman was a television writer and producer. She had a partner, Jonathan Stark. Their first staff writing job was on the 10th season of "Cheers." After that they were on staff at "Bob" (starring Bob Newhart,), "The Nanny," "Hiller and Diller" (Richard Lewis and Kevin Nealon,) "Ellen" (Ellen Degeneres,) and "The Drew Carey Show." In 1997, they won the Emmy for co-writing the ground-breaking "coming out" episode of Ellen. In 2001, they created the ABC comedy, "According to Jim," starring Jim Belushi. The show recently completed it's 8th and final season of production. www.tracynewman.com www.myspace.com/tracynewman1
Sept. 10-12th Santa Monica Street Fair I live like 5 blocks from here, so I'll be in and out.
Free show at a beautiful cafe. The owner Paul Ortega is a cool guy, and a great musician. I'm looking forward to the show. Come join us for you favorite addictions!
Bio: She’s walked across fire, parachuted from airplanes and made camp in the heart of the Costa Rican rain forest, but Angela Leo’s most courageous act to date is writing songs. Within the tightly crafted lyrics and emotional agility that defines her debut CD, Cognitive Dissonance, the Hollywood-ba...See Full Bio
Working with Brian Yaskulka in the studio today--He is an AMAZING mixer.