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KELLY MCGARRY PRESENTS ACOUSTIC THURSDAYS AT HOUSE OF BLUES COME SEE ME, K.P., AT HOUSE OF BLUES!! SURPRISES IN STORE AND ONE HELL OF A SHOW FOR YA!! TICKETS I can get to you three ways: 1. In person - buy a ticket, and I'll put you on the official will call list! 2. In person reserve - reserve a ticket or 10 and I'll meet you at the venue up until 7pm the day of the show so you don't have to pay $12 at the door! Private message me to do this. 3. Paypal - I have a secure account, you print the confirmation and bring it that night and you're in! Message me for Details! House Of Blues Voodoo Lounge 8430 West Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90069-1910 The Voodoo Lounge is an ALL AGES venue. Guests 18 years old or younger MUST be accompanied by an adult. PARKING: There is parking at the parking structure on Alta Loma and Sunset. Saddle Ranch is across the street and usually has $5 parking. Street parking is FREE on Sundays. There is also a lot across the street from the Mondrian Hotel that offers $2/hr with a two hour max.
It's format is different from your traditional concert styles in that there are not different sets, all the artists share the stage at one time and each play one song, consecutively, and have the opportunity to improv on each others songs. The outcome is something completely different an unique each time, so fans of the series love to see their favorite artists in this setting. The atmosphere if the S.I.T.R. is a true listening room.
Jonie Blinman and K.P. residency showcase at the Republic of Pie! About the Artists: Jonie Blinman: “My songs are about LIFE, and all that fits in-between: love, loss, joy, hurt, triumph, failures and victories...LIFE is my biggest influence. its about the human condition, and being human. I refuse to put myself in a box by labeling myself with a genre, but I encourage you to listen for yourselves. What counts is how it makes you feel. And if my songs make you feel at all, I have accomplished a small part of what I have set out to do.” K.P.: But from humble beginnings come big things. K.P. grew into a “narrative-and-melody-driven songwriting voice that draws on old country, like Hank Williams, Western folk in the Townes Van Zandt tradition, and hints of radio-friendly contemporary singer-songwriters like Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine.”
Sounds Like: Mazzy Star, Brandi Carlile, Sarah Harmer, Chris Pureka, Townes Van Zandt
Bio: It was a cold, rainy evening in Brooklyn and K.P. sat on the floor of her apartment playing guitar and writing. They had no furniture; no money to speak of. As K.P. describes it, “I started writing music to keep me sane. It’s why I still do.”
But from humble beginnings come big things. K.P. grew...See Full Bio
"Many local music fans might know Kristin Pitman as a violinist. She’s played violin in a variety of contexts—from heavy metal to bare-bones folk to hip-hop—but she’s recently discovered her voice as a guitar playing singer-songwriter. And now she’s making the transition from instrumental accompanist to Western chanteuse...She had found a narrative-and-melody-driven songwriting voice that draws on old country, like Hank Williams, Western folk in the Townes Van Zandt tradition, and hints of radio-friendly contemporary singer-songwriters like Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine."