Cab Ellis, Kruthi Singar, Cori Jacobs, Ethan Chilton

Members:
Connor Abeles (Vocals/Keys)
Matt Richards (Sax/Clarinet)
Eli Koskoff (Guitar)
Cyrus Elia (Bass)
Luke Woodle (Drums)

Kruthi Singar

A talented singer with dynamic vocals, Kruthi Vasanth Singar is a singer-musician from Bangalore, India now based in Los Angeles, California. She is a versatile artist who is comfortable singing soul, pop, jazz, rock, R&B and fusion. Kruthi has gained experience both in entertaining live audiences and in the recording studio. She recently graduated from Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA with a degree in Music Performance and Music Business.
As a songwriter, she writes about the essence of self-discovery and the positive power of self-acceptance. Her music has a contemporary vibe, with a pop/soul fusion which formulates a compelling groove. Bridging two cultures, it is her intention to unite her Indian origins and adopted American influences to create new sounds and collaborations.
Now working with a roster of noted artists, songwriters and producers, she is recording her debut EP. In her debut effort, Kruthi experiments with different styles & genres giving each song have a unique sound. The EP currently untitled consists of 4 songs and is due to release in August.
Her first single ‘Crazy’ is a heart-wrenching take on the hardships of letting go and starting new.

With a Grammy for work on Beyonce’s "B-Day" and a nomination for work on the Pussycat Dolls' "Stickwitu" Cori Jacobs, a keyboard player / composer from the Bay area, has toured and performed with Lauryn Hill, Eric Benet, Sly Stone, George Clinton, Khelani, Fantastic Negrito, CJ Emmons and more.
You’ll find four projects on Spotify written by Cori using the best musicians in L.A. including Thundercat. The music is a blend of original Funk and Jazz fusion.
If you like Robert Glasper, Burnie Worrell, and The Internet, you will love Cori Jacobs' Hypotheses.

Ethan Chilton

Ethan Chilton is here to bring out emotions for which words don’t exist. As a musician, leader, and global citizen, Ethan is taking an analytical approach to crafting jazz music with the purpose of elevating all of humanity, one chorus at a time. Ethan studies jazz trumpet at USC in Los Angeles where he plays in the funk band Cerulean, teaches lessons at primary schools, and studies business on the side. Ethan's most recent project, Chilltonix, is a jazz quartet born of Ethan's musical roots yet pushing the boundaries of the music.

$12.00

Tickets

  • 8:30 - Ethan Chilton
  • 9:15 - Kruthi Singar
  • 10:00 - Cab Ellis 
  • 10:50 - Cori Jacobs

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