800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, 90015
Often hailed as "the Mexican Madonna," pop/rock singer Gloria Trevi will release a new CD/DVD set, El Amor, on August 21, 2015. With more than 30 million albums sold worldwide, Trevi has released 13 albums and penned over 200 songs. Her latest album, De Película, reached No. 1 on the Latin Album chart in the U.S., Mexico and Latin America. El Amor is a gender-bending masterpiece produced by multiple GRAMMY Award winner Humberto Gatica (Celine Dion, Barbra Streisand, Chaka Khan, Lionel Richie, and Michael Bublé, among many others) in which Trevi gives listeners a glimpse into the way she loves, and the way she wants to be loved, singing from the perspective of both male and female. The album features reinterpretations of some of Latin music's timeless hits, including first single "Como Yo Te Amo." The GRAMMY Museum welcomes Trevi to the Clive Davis Theater for an exclusive pre-screening, discussion and Q&A about her new album, moderated by Leila Cobo, director of Latin content and programming for Billboard. Please note that this is not a performance. Gloria Trevi will be kicking off her El Amor World Tour on August 21st at The Greek Theater.
85 E. Holly St., Pasadena, CA
With 8 Gold Singles, 17 Top 40 Hits, 4 Gold Albums, and 45 Million records sold worldwide, Gary Lewis and the Playboys are still one of the hottest acts around! Aficionados of the ’60s pop classics have cause to rejoice with the return of Gary Lewis & The Playboys.
1655 N. McCadden Place, Hollywood, 90028
8:00pm to 10:30pm
Celebrating Shelly Manne
Two Views of My Fair Lady
Jeff Hamilton Trio, Tierney Sutton, Joe LaBarbara, Pat Tuzzolino,
The Los Angeles Jazz Orchestra and more
The Musician’s Institute Auditorium
6752 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA
A unique concert experience of music from both of Shelly Manne’s classic My Fair Lady projects featuring two very different musical interpretations.
Modern Jazz Performances of Songs from My Fair Lady
featuring The Jeff Hamilton Trio
Shelly Manne and Friends groundbreaking 1956 trio version of music from My Fair Lady newly interpreted by The Jeff Hamilton Trio with Tamir Hendleman and Christoph Luty.
My Fair Lady with Un-Original Cast
The Los Angeles Jazz Orchestra
featuring Joe LaBarbara
with Special guests: Tierney Sutton and Pat Tuzzolino.
A rare live performance of John Williams original arrangements from the classic1964 album of music from My Fair Lady. Features an All Star Big Band and the vocals of Tierney Sutton and Pat Tuzzolino