King Rasheed, Scarlett Falls, Sahara Grim, Francisse Elaine, Scott Pemberton
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
Doors 7:45 PM / Show 8:15 PM
This event is 21 and over
Beloved R&B Crooner, King Rasheed, has been seen on stage with some of the most revered talent of our time- whether singing background for Grammy Winner, Monica, opening a show for (the late) Abraham McDonald, or singing with the Andre Crouch Boys Choir, industry greats have long recognized and cherished his velvety voice, and warm presence. He has graced the stages of major venues from the BMI Awards to the Shrine Auditorium, to the House of Blues. He got his start singing in the Baptist church at the age of 5, and later attended the prestigious Hamilton High School Music Academy, where he honed his craft at a young age. King Rasheed has been busy in the studio, and will soon be stepping into the spotlight. Watch for his new single in 2019!
Scarlet Falls are a Los Angeles-based, eclectic rock band who have been garnering great reviews since they started gigging around the greater LA area in 2018.
Starting as a duo, Skye Butterfield and Fletch Crossman played their first gigs at the Grafton Lounge on the Sunset Strip, playing original material with just a piano and vocals, and attracting a loyal following from locals. JJ Ross soon joined up to provide percussion, and as their sound became fuller they started looking around for a bassist.
When William Olivas joined the band - originally a guitarist, but adapting quickly to the role of bass player - the lineup was complete. Creating finely crafted contemporary songs with touches of traditional jazz and tight harmonies, Scarlet Falls have developed a distinctive sound that has been winning audiences from the Sunset Strip to the Silverlake Lounge.
They may still be a new band, but their songs are timeless and their live performances are electrifying. Catch them while they're still local!
Sahara Grim is a an eclectic composer who studies Ethnomusicology and Jazz at UCLA particularly focusing in vocal jazz. She had her first international success in Japan during the summer of 2017, sharing her work in various venues among Tokyo. Originally from San Diego, she has been active in both the local jazz scene and the singer-song writer community. To further explore her heritage she is playing Indian classical music to later incorporate sitar into her sound. Her performance art touches on messages of nature, art, spirituality, and self empowerment. Sahara's music is an extension of herself, a diverse range of style and culture mixed into one creation.
Scott Pemberton’s sound is much like the vibe of his native Portland: freaky, fun and just the right amount of weird. The best way to categorize his music is with the moniker “Timber Rock”. Scott naturally applies his own lens/stamp to the sounds of the Pacific North West, the region he has always called home. The deep jazz, NW rock/grunge, blues roots and the west coast funk. It’s all there, and often all in the same song. Listeners are finding this honest, original and to-the-point music refreshing and fun.
The mastery of his guitar playing combined with the fun recklessness of his songwriting show that the rules of songwriting and playing the guitar no longer exist for him. Scott plays with the uninhibited joy and intensity of someone who recognizes that every time we make music is an honor and a gift.