A house concert is an intimate way to experience great music and to have an opportunity to interact with the artist. We only host artists who we are big fans of who we know will "rock the folk!". We are excited to share their music with you. Many times people come not knowing the artist, but by the time the night is over they are a fan! We only host a few house concerts a year, so come get in on the fun. We do a catered dinner prior to the concert to give friends old and new a chance to hang out and relax with good food and wine. We ask for a suggested donation which goes to the artist and to help cover costs. We are located in the Highland Park/Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles. Our concerts are non smoking and fragrance free events. Musicians: Please note that we are not accepting submissions at this time. We are currently only booking artists we have seen and know.Save
The Olalla Community Club will be hosting a series of Saturday evening concerts beginning in September. With a special Sunday afternoon concert featuring Dan (Big Hands) Colvin on November 9th. Don't forget July 19 when the Olalla Community Club is presenting the great duo of Caroline Aiken and Joel Tepp. All concerts are part of a benefit for the preservation of the Olalla Community Club for which we request a donation of $15 to $20. Thank you for supporting our community and live music.Save
Sounds Like: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Buffalo Springfield, Stephen Stills, Don Henley, America (The Band)
Label: BATMAC MUSIC
John Batdorf is a singer-songwriter solo artist and one half of Las Vegas Rock and Roll Hall Of Famers folk-rock duo Batdorf & Rodney. He’s also a successful film and TV composer, session vocalist, and inspirational musician in the substance recovery community.
In his four-decade career, he’s wo...See Full Bio
“BATMAC JOHN BATDORF/Beep Beep: Whether being a rocker or a folkie, Batdorf has made his bones, joined the Vegas hall of fame and has nothing to prove so he comes in with some personal stuff boomers can relate to and appreciate. Love the Beatles, hate the tax man, all the boomer concerns are on board here. Stepping up like the long time pro he is, Batdorf almost seems to be blazing his own trail here and we hope his machete stays true as he continues to clear the underbrush. Fun stuff that certainly resonates with listeners of a certain age. Check it out. 20155”