Ty Segall & Freedom Band - Ty Segall plays First Taste + Manipulator
1234 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90017
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is all ages
Ty Segall & Freedom Band
Ty Segall has been playing music and producing records since 2005, producing over a dozen albums under his own name and multiple other headings, including Epsilons, The Traditional Fools, Fuzz, GØGGS and The CIA. His music has been heard in movies and he has composed several television theme songs as well as playing on most of the late night shows currently on the air. His most recent album, Deforming Lobes, was recorded on the Freedom's Goblin tour of North America, in support of one his most popular collections yet - all of his last four solo album have landed in the Billboard Top 200. Ty's also played tons of shows and festivals around the world, toured most of the continents and is down to do some more.
I go back to Ruth’s music over and over again. She has the best, weirdest chord changes, the catchiest and most exotic melodies and lyrics, distilled over what I imagine to be many months and years.
To me her songs reaffirm the power of music itself and its basic elements - big and small intervals placed just so in time, the play of sound and meaning in words, parts put together without force or artifice. Ruth is one of my favorite singer-songwriters ever. - Chris Cohen
The first 500 people to purchase tickets to 3 or more different nights of the Ty Segall and Freedom Band LA Residency will receive a one time pressing of a Ty Segall single of unreleased music.
Ty and the Freedom Band joining forces with local non-profit Women's Opposition Movement.
A % of ticket sales will be donated to Al Otro Lado, a bi-national, direct legal services organization with offices in Los Angeles, San Diego and Tijuana, Mexico, serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees, that is deeply engaged in efforts to protect the familial rights of migrants.
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