Tyler Crawford, Jordan Dean, Lil Jinro & On The Gang
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
New and upcoming Indie/Soul artist Tyler Crawford has a candidly soulful sound with a huge voice. Crawford’s music resonates his influences of vintage 1960s and 70s soul and R&B combined with subtle modern nuances of today’s pop music. Crawford's vintage sound and style is something to look out for.
Hailing from the small town of Toledo, Washington, Crawford didn’t have any close family members who were musicians. The only access he had to an instrument as a kid was the piano his grandmother had in her living room where he taught himself to play by ear and fell in love with music. From there he explored his musical talent and discovered his vast assortment of influences on his own. He became inspired by artists such Michael Jackson, Sam Smith, Adele, Emily King, Allen Stone & much more.
Crawford is currently working on writing and recording his debut EP set to be released in spring 2019. He has also put together a team of skilled musicians to play show stopping live performances all around LA and beyond. Stay tuned for more news to come!
Jordan Dean is an up and coming singer-songwriter from Cleveland, OH. Blending folk, pop, jazz, and soul, he draws inspiration from artists such as Ed Sheeran, Jamie T, Adele, and James Bay.
Dean has always had a passion for music. Having learned to play the piano at a young age, he picked up the guitar in his mid-teens and fell in love with the instrument. Soon after, he took to songwriting and hasn’t looked back since. Writing mostly about personal experiences, Dean hopes to relate to listeners while creating a unique sound of his own.
After releasing his debut single “Back To Life” on all streaming platforms, Dean has been working hard on his new music: A jazz/hip-hop collaboration with rapper Will Oakley, and two singles set to arrive in early May 2019.
Lil Jinro & On The Gang
Born and raised in Orange County, Lil Jinro is defeating stereotypes as a Korean-American artist and
producer by creating his own path in the world of progressive, genre-defying music. His music is a
rhythmic blend of buoyant bops and smooth vocals, often pinned as psychedelic R&B with a heavy
hip-hop influence, which is complimentary to his overall style.
Lil Jinro has found success as a DJ by producing original beats straight from his bedroom studio and
sharing the stage with Getter, Ekali, Softest Hard, Graves, Gravez, Eprom, and Aaron Brockovich.
Currently, he is shifting gears by stepping away from the DJ booth and reintroducing his art and sound
with the help of a live band. Together, they have scored a short film and released a clean, high-minded
EP, "Love Life," available on all streaming services.
Fresh off his premiere interview and mix with Orange Radio and music video debut with Flaunt Magazine,
Lil Jinro is easily on his way to becoming a break-through artist.