I'll be joined by Skip Heller at the Second Sunday Acoustic Concerts, hosted by Terry Okey at this traditional mountain way station above Sierra Madre. BBQ and beer, music and sunshine!
The Cherry Bluestorms will be rocking Molly Malone's at 11:15 PM on Saturday, July 25th as part of International Pop Overthrow! 21+, $10 at the door. Come early to see some of the other great bands too! The schedule for the evening is as follows: 7:30 Rod Cocker 8:15 Karen Nash 9:00 The Anny Celsi Band 9:45 Steve Barton 10:30 Dreaming In Stereo 11:15 The Cherry Bluestorms 12:00 Blackbird Days
Opening for Skip Heller and The Hollywood Blues Destroyers. Joining me at the Bad Girl Table will be Karen Nash and Trysette Loosemore. Our final appearance before Trysette returns to Oz!
Skip Heller joins me on guitar! Tie up your horse and have a Margarita with the music at this nifty Burbank cantina.
Skip Heller hosts this acoustic circle at old-school LA Times/DOJ hangout in the heart of downtown LA. Bring your mom for an afternoon of pirate-themed cocktails and song-swapping!
Sounds Like: The Bangles, Dusty Springfield, The Pretenders, Suzanne Vega, Laura Nyro
Label: Ragazza Music
Manager: Ragazza Music
Bio: Her style has been described as “beatnik cool,” “pop-noir,” and “slightlydelic pop jangle,” and has evoked comparisons to artists like Aimee Mann, Lucinda Williams and Jackie DeShannon. The LA Weekly recently cited her as “one of this city’s smartest and catchiest pop songwriters.”
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“Anny Celsi is one of this city's smartest and catchiest pop songwriters but, as is the case with so many talented musicians, she's far more popular in Europe than in her hometown. She might even be too clever for her own good, adapting the lyrics of such early songs as "'Twas Her Hunger Brought Me Down" from a Theodore Dreiser novel and combining them with jangling power-pop melodies. On her latest album, January, Celsi revels in the simple pleasures of new friends and British record stores ("Travelogue"), hidden natural wonders ("Citybird") and the hope of romance ("Kaleidoscope Heart"). Love isn't always easy to find with "Ghosts in the Room," but she imbues sad, spare ballads like "Oh Baby, Is the Circus Back in Town?" with contemplative lyrics and intimately affecting vocals.”