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Monday, May 9

Monday Night Residency - Drinking Flowers

Echo

1822 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

10:30pm

"The Drinking Flowers aesthetic: The bones of shoegaze, boiled in the blood of minimal wave. The Drinking Flowers mission: To be a crystal podium towering over the dancefloor of pop politique. With an ethos so fundamentally rooted in rhythm that the “music with a message” paradigm is shattered into a thousand shimmering pieces. The group exudes the confidence of otherworldly rebels from a mysterious punk planet. 

Drinking Flowers originated in Orange County. Shrugging off the shackles of surf and garage, they quickly moved to LA and within a few years established their own pop underground with a couple of washed out EPs. Most notably the transitional “Shadow Show” – whose cover art saw a collaboration with artist Alex Schubert. Drinking Flowers are ready to tour the USA with their new album “New Swirled Order” 

It’s the sound of the Californian shore kissing the dirty cheek of late 80s London. It will grace your ears March 18th 2016 on LP digital & cassette, released by the newly reborn Manifesto Records."

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Tuesday, May 10

I Only Have Eyes For You

Montalban Theater

1615 Vine Street, Los Angeles, 0

8:00pm

Corky Hale presents
I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU
Book by Jerry Leichtling & Arlene Sarner
Music Mostly by Harry Warren
Musical Direction by Gerald Sternbach
Directed and Choreographed by Kay Cole

Hits from the Golden Age of Hollywood, return to the stage in this brand new musical!

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Straight from his brilliant turn as Elder Cunningham in "The Book Of Mormon", Jared Gertner stars as 1930s lyricist Al Dubin in a show that delivers a veritable banquet of marvelous, toe-tapping tunes. Dubin was one of the premier songwriters of Hollywood's Golden Age. Possessed of enormous talent and equally outsized vices, he still managed to create such classics as Lullaby of Broadway, 42nd Street, We're In The Money and Tiptoe Through the Tulips.

Directed and choreographed by Broadway veteran Kay Cole, and written by the award-winning screenwriters of "Peggy Sue Got Married", the show features portrayals of such celebrated personalities as Al Jolson, Cab Calloway, Ruby Keeler, Carmen Miranda, and Busby Berkeley. The only question is which of the twenty-one songs you'll wind up humming on the way out.

Limited engagement, not to be missed!
May 10 – June 12, 2016

For tickets and more information, visit:
www.themontalban.com or call 323.461.6999

The Montalban
1615 North Vine St.
Hollywood, CA 90028

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Chamber Music for Brass

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Los Angeles, CA 90012

8:00pm

Chamber music is an ideal forum for personal expression, and the musicians of the LA Phil always take the opportunity with exciting flair and imagination.

Come for: Members of the talented Los Angeles Philharmonic brass section will perform stirring music from different eras.

And more: A wine reception awaits you beforehand.

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Radical Face

Teragram Ballroom

Los Angeles, 90017

8:00pm

Ben Cooper, AKA Radical Face, has spent over a decade crafting a trilogy of albums that is tied together in the theme of a fictitious family spanning over a century. The third installment of the album Trilogy, "The The Family Tree: The Leaves" will be released on March 25th, 2016, and in celebration Radical Face will be doing a series of intimate concerts inspired and themed around characters and stories from The Family Tree. Somewhere beyond our own world, there is a place where young girls sleepwalk on water, forest witches heal the sick, and an age-old family has the power to communicate with the dead. It is here, among the twisted trees and abandoned factory towns, that the music of Radical Face makes its home, a realm where phantasmagoria and fables become one. It's a universe created by multifaceted musician Ben Cooper, who crafts albums like an author writes a tome, extolling subtle Southern Gothic and magic realist tales with a soundtrack of jangling guitar, layered strings, and syncopated rhythms. - See more at: http://www.teragramballroom.com/event/1086857-radical-face-los-angeles#s...

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