Audra Mae & The Almighty Sound, Sad Robot, Boost
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
This event is all ages
The Shakers were formed in 2009 when guitarist and music catalyst Chris Lee moved to Los Angeles to form a project to help him realize the music he’d been writing over the past year at that time. The project grew and evolved over 7 years and spawned 2 full length albums, 2011’s “Oh So Loud” and 2013’s “Rescue Team.” The group toured all over the East and West Coasts and have opened for the likes of Our Lady Peace, Everclear, The Motels, Semi-Precious Weapons and Warner Drive.
In 2014 the band was honored by having their album “Rescue Team” turned into a living breathing work of aerial astonishment at the hands of Jordann Baker Skipper, creator of Shapeshifter.
Audra Mae & The Almighty Sound
Audra Mae was born and raised in Oklahoma. The oldest of 6 children, and brought up in music theatre, she left home at 18 to pursue a career in recording music. Audra tried College outside of Nashville, TN for a year. However, after realizing she spent little time in class and, instead, wrote songs all day, Audra Mae decided to move to Los Angeles. Two years after arriving in LA, and playing live shows, Audra Mae earned a deal with Warner Chappell Publishing. She has now lived in Los Angeles for five years and in November of 2008 her cover of Bob Dylan’s "Forever Young" was featured on the "FX" series "Sons of Anarchy". Audra Mae’s new EP is an introduction to the artist and showcases her ability to create and interpret genuinely infectious melodies and lyrics giving the listener a true sense of Audra’s perspective on her experiences.
Once the Oklahoma native opens her mouth and lets loose with that voice, pure and strong, with a hint of country twang and a twinkle of good humor, you realize this is what she’s meant to do; Stand in front of an audience and entertain, not just with her singing, but a distinctive songwriting voice, one that’s capable of relating fully developed characters and stories.
Sad Robot is an L.A. based band on the rise. Their unique sound, blending quirky singer/songwriter with angst driven indie rock has been described as post apocalyptic and hopeful at the same time. Cutting, emotionally charged lyrics, find a home in melody and rhythm through performances by Katherine Pawlak, whose honesty in every raw emoted note is mesmerizing whether seducing you with lulling whispers or soaring belts. Their recently debuted album titled “The Beginning of the End” has already started to buzz around the Hollywood scene. Writing the title song, “The Movie”, for the upcoming feature film Look At Me (2011) and a 2010 HMMA Nominee for their song “Little Miss Bi-Polar”. Sad Robot took the stage as the sole musical guest of the LA Kings at the Staples Center on St Patty’s Day (2011), sponsered by 98.7 fm/Rocco’s Music Night/Schecter Guitars . Their determination to act out lyrically against all who stand in any Under Dog’s way or Rise above any struggle is hypnotically expressed in every song. Whether you are heartbroken or hopeful- you can relate to every word. You can catch them on the Sunset Strip at the Roxy, Viper Room, HOB and others.
BOOST are a no bullshit Rock and Roll band rising in Los Angeles, California. The lineup includes The Virtuoso Okai Sisters from Tokyo, Japan; Guitarist Mayuko Okai and Bassist Tsuzumi Okai formerly of The BINGES. Other band member came together from unique backgrounds to put on high energy and heart pounding shows. Their live performance combined with heavy powerful songs are one of a kind. A must see live show that is sure to rage!!
$0.00 - $12.00
Tickets Available at the Door