National recording artist Noel Gourdin does a special performance along side internationally acclaimed award winning Honey Larochelle. This makes for one spectacular night of music supported by the special guest band, J. Tucker and the Krewe.
All female musicians, artists, dancers, poets and more. A fundraising event for the AWAKE venue soon to be opened, creating a space for women to be celebrated for their art. Come see this gorgeous line up of artistic beautiful inside and out women and share in the making of this movement in LA.
We will be honouring this amazing artist's life. He left us too soon. But everyone one who was involved in his album and tour and showcase and artist career will get together and remember him in the illest of fashions! Come witness as we (myself and a bunch of monster musicians) bless his memory. The event was put together by @andy rose his producer and friend and I think its fair to say that we are all friends in some part because of him. Sending our love to Alex Boyd!! This 23rd. You are welcome to come and enjoy.
Come in through the back door :) An evening of artist women Spoken word, Music, dance.
Sounds Like: Maxwell, Adele, Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys, Marvin Gaye
Label: Butter Fly Soul Records
Manager: Brett Wright and JM Soul
Bio: Debut Album, The Yes Feeling available now https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-yes-feeling/id602369012
“If I don’t have a show of my own, I’ll be at Honey's’ show cheering her on! She is so talented, I just want to produce her!” -Roberta Flack
“Honey is a pure artist. Her voice drips of love ...See Full Bio
: Hey #BusyBees! So in early November I went to Richmond VA for the 2nd time last year, to play the Saturday Soul... http://t.co/AZAF97PyuG
“Having toured with the likes of Omar, Brand New Heavies and Laura Izibor, recorded with Joss Stone, Macy Gray and Allen Stone, and written for Jennifer Hudson, it should come as no surprise that critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Honey Larochelle would deliver a great album of her own.”
Ask Honey Larochelle anything...
Q: what do you think is the best thing of being musician?
A: the best part of being a musician is getting to spend my time with other musicians :) People I respect, people I admire. People who's creativity i find inspiring, those are the people I get to "be" with.
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Tue Sep 25 2012All Questions