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Saturday, March 7

Winter Sounds West Hollywood - Alison Lewis Quintet

West Hollywood City Council Chambers

625 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, 90069


Alison Lewis and her dynamic jazz quartet will re-imagine and recharge works by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Sting, Cole Porter, Rogers and Hammerstein, Herbie Hancock, and the Beatles, as well as present several original numbers. Ms. Lewis has been described by Cabaret Scenes as, “a singer with a hauntingly beautiful voice who transformed the ordinary into the extraordinary with brilliant arrangements and vocal experimentation.” This performance promises to take the audience on a most uplifting and unforgettable adventure.

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Sunday, March 8

Monday, March 9

Kate Axelrod presents and signs The Law Of Loving Others

Book Soup

8818 Sunset Blvd, Austin, CA 90069


After Emma returns home from boarding school, she realizes her mother's suffering from a schizophrenic break, and suddenly Emma's entire childhood and identity is called into question, pushing her to turn to her boyfriend Daniel for answers--but perhaps it's the brooding Phil who Emma meets while visiting her mother at the hospital who really understands her.

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Billy Joe Shaver


West Hollywood, CA 90069


Billy Joe Shaver has never been a household name, but his songs became country standards during the ’70s and his reputation among musicians and critics hasn’t diminished during the ensuing decades.

One of the best synopses of Shaver’s upbringing is his own song, “I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train.” When he sings, “my grandma’s old-age pension is the reason that I’m standing here today,” he ain’t kidding. The “good Christian raising” and “eighth grade education” — not to mention being abandoned by his parents shortly after being born, working on his uncles’ farms instead of going to high school, and losing part of his fingers during a job at a sawmill — are all part of his life story. “I got all my country learning,” he sings, “picking cotton, raising hell, and bailing hay.”

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