|GROOVY NEW SHOWS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR SCHEDULE!
WE FIVE, ERNEST TROOST, CLAUDIA RUSSELL, DON HEFFINGTON, MORE!
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They've been described as a new wave jug band, a mountain bluegrass outfit, and an ethnic swing tango collective, but for what Zach Lupitin and his Venice-based musical cohorts play, we prefer the term "vintage music." With over ten musicians playing mandolin, resonator guitar, washboard, drums, double bass, trumpet, tuba, clarinet, trombone, banjo, kazoo, and more, The Dustbowl Revival take you on a raucous tour of traditional American music with a thoroughly modern twist. Don't miss them!
British singer-songwriter Bobby Long emerged from London's club scene with a reputation for creating memorable songs inhabited by hauntingly poetic lyrics. Since relocating to New York, he has released two CDs of powerful original material: the first A Winter Tale (2011) is an homage to his acoustic roots, while the second Wishbone (2013) bears a grittier sound that showcases his sorrow-filled voice and his stellar guitar playing. Ode To Thinking, his third full album, marries his varied musical influences, resulting in a strong collection of compelling new songs. Recorded in Austin, Texas, it was supported by a highly successful PledgeMusic campaign and is set for release by Nashville-based Compass Records on August 7th.
In addition to musical performances from acoustic stalwarts Glaze and Lapidus (and friends), this show will feature the first L.A. screening of Hearts Of The Dulcimer, a documentary film tracing the mountain dulcimer's journey from Jean Ritchie's rich Appalachian heritage to the musicians of the West Coast of the USA. Don't miss this very special event!
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|2008 MARKED McCABE'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY
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