Peter Harper, Stacy Robin & Friends, Paul Sanchez & The Los Angeles Rolling Road Show, Ryan Hahn & The Believers
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 7:45 PM
This event is 21 and over
I play modern Folk Music with a blend of 1950-1960 soul filled vocals.
I grew up surrounded in both music and art. The Folk Music Center (the store my grandparents built) has instruments, sculptures, paintings, drawings and photographs from all around the world. It is an institution of creativity.
When I took up sculpture the medium spoke to me. I was able to create anything and everything I could imagine with relative ease. Teaching, is also something that comes naturally to me. As humans we are here for such a finite period of time, so we are only able to capture a finite amount of information. How we pass that knowledge from one individual to the next determines the shape the thoughts will take root as and transform into. If you grow up in a rough neighborhood with rough people you usually have rough thoughts. On the other hand, if you grow up in a gentle community with a gentle people you generally have gentle thoughts. I spent every day after school growing up in the Folk Music Center. It was a creative community filled with liberal politics, creativity and love.
Ryan Hahn & The Believers
Born and raised among the rolling hills of Kentucky, Ryan Hahn set out for the bright lights of Los Angeles to find his destiny. His journey has taken him far from home but never far from his roots. A look beyond his ink and piercings reveals a true southern gentleman, a seeker of truth and a storyteller.
His debut recording project "Farmers Son" is an insightfully honest look at the journey of the human spirit. Inspired by the twists and turns of life's winding road, these songs speak to the core of the human experience; Things like Love, Loss, and the power we have inside ourselves to overcome all the stuff that life throws at us. Whether it's a story of someone overcoming an impossible obstacle, the power of loving people, or just good ole rock n roll fun, These songs are intended to be an escape and potentially a ladder to help someone climb out of the hole they’ve found theirselves in.
One by one the songs have taken shape, and a band of Believers have formed around this old soul. Ryan Hahn and his Believers are coming to a stage near you!
Paul Sanchez & The Los Angeles Rolling Road Show
A regular performer at New Orleans’ Jazz Fest, Sanchezplays to audiences large and small.
Tim Sommer of The Brooklyn Observer has hailed Sanchez as "America's greatest living folk singer."
Offbeat Magazine awarded Paul Songwriter of the Year at the Best of The Beat Awards in 2017 2014, 2016 and 2009.
He won three Best of The Beat Awards in 2009:
Songwriter of The Year, Best Song of The Year, Best Folk/Rock Album for Stew Called New Orleans, his duet record with friend and collaborator John Boutte.
In April of 2010 Gambit Weekly awarded him Best Roots Rock Performer at The Big Easy Awards.
Sanchez has also written a musical about New Orleans based on the New York Times Best Seller Nine Lives with performances in New Orleans, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles.
Primarily a songwriter, Sanchez has written songs for:
Darius Rucker of Hootie and The Blowfish, The Eli Young Band and Irma Thomas, the Soul Queen of New Orleans. When not touring, Paul can be found back home in Louisiana, where he sings and breathes everything New Orleans.
His songs have appeared in films and television shows.
He continues to tour solo around the with tours last year in Holland, Ireland and the U.K. as well as three tours around the U.S. including a stop in Nashville to perform with his friend Darius Rucker at The Grand Old Opry.
With the Los Angeles Rolling Roadshow:
Steven Fisher on drums
Ray Ganacheau on guitar
Vance DeGeneres on bass
Stacy Robin & Friends
- 7:45 - Stacy Robin & Friends
- 8:45 - Paul Sanchez & The Los Angeles Rolling Road Show
- 9:30 - Ryan Hahn & The Believers
- 10:30 - Peter Harper
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