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Friday, April 3, 2015 at Kulak's Woodshed, 8pm - 10pm 5230 1/2 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, CA (818) 766-9913 "First Friday Show" - Lauren Adams will open the evening. Severin Browne and his band (Merritt Raff on drums, John Stowers on bass, David Stone on piano and ukulele, Mara Wells on harmonica, Barrett Tagliarino on guitar, and Jaynee Thorne & Leslie Beauvais on harmony vocals) will close the night. Live Webcast at www.KulaksWoodshed.com
Lauren Adams at Muse on 8th
I'll be playing a 45 minute set on this lovely Thursday afternoon. Coffee and Treats available!
www.grassrootsacoustica.org is a nonprofit organization that helps local and worldwide nonprofits raise funds while presenting the best in acoustic musicians and songwriters. This month GRA is incorporating The Americana Music Circ (My Long running show) into it's program. I have booked some of the best Americana/Roots music acts in Los Angels to join us. The GRA never charges a door fee but we do hope that you will drop a generous donation in the hat! FIrst - A Song Circle with - Steve Wagner, Chauncey Bowers and Grant Langston Then - John Zipperer and Friends, Lauren Adams and Jason Charles Miller will play, backed by our band of the best of the best musicians in Los ANgeles - Nick Kirgo, Hank VanSickle and Kevin Jarvis This benefit has been put together to raise money for The Steve Allen Theater - The Steve Allen Theater was developed by its founding artistic director Amit Itelman over eight years ago. The Tomorrow Show, Max Maven Thinking in Person, the Beastly Bombing, & Re-Animator the Musical premiered here along with a myriad of other unusual productions. The SAT is housed in the Center for Inquiry, which generously provides a venue that supports a vibrant Los Angeles theater community. All entertainment and performances are exclusively curated by Trepany House.
Sounds Like: Lauren Adams
Bio: Los Angeles has more than its share of stars, but every once in a while, one outside of the famed inner circle shines above the hoopla. On L.A.’s indie music scene, Lauren Adams has developed a reputation for giving her heart and soul to her music. Adams’ music is a fusion of rock, folk, country,...See Full Bio
“LAUREN ADAMS BAND This is an all-star outfit, from superb songwriter / band leader LAUREN ADAMS to PHIL PARLAPIANO on keys and accordion and MARK “POCKET” GOLDBERG on bass. This is easily one of L.A.’s top ten electric Americana bands, and Lauren’s originals should be hit songs. Their rendition of ERNEST TROOST’S “Evangeline” with Lauren’s vocals is powerful and compelling and very different from the classic blues ballad delivery that Ernest gives it. Lauren’s song “Thirsty,” title track to one of her albums, evokes lost country & western, from a time before Nashville lost the western part and turned it all into dysfunctional relationship, red-state-trailer-park rock. Each band member got a featured song, since all are singer-songwriters with solo albums and dozens of credits on records by big names. Be sure to catch LAUREN ADAMS when she performs in town, or at her monthly “Americana Music Circle” showcase at Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles.”