Los Angeles and beyond Chapter


Los Angeles and beyond Chapter

A Los Angeles area roots music forum to keep abreast of what's happening musically in our city and beyond!

Website: http://www.KGMusicPress.com
Location: Los Angeles
No Depression Community Members: 249
Latest Activity: on Sunday

Jason Heath & The Greedy Souls--"God's Name in Vain"

Americana and Roots Music Forum - No Depression

The Littlest Birds Cello / Banjo Duo L.A. Shows

Wed. Aug. 20 at Kulak's Woodshed, http://kulakswoodshed.com 8pmThurs. Sept. 18 at Mid-City Music Lounge (backroom of The Mint) 9:45pm…Continue

Tags: david, huebner, duo, bluegrass, cello

Started by David Huebner on Sunday.

Whitaker and Me - Live at the Coffee Gallery Backstage

Please join us for a very important show at the Coffee Gallery in Pasadena on March 15th. The Coffee Gallery Backstage is a 49 seat show room connected to a coffee house surprisingly called, "The Coffee Gallery." The Backstage is a listening room…Continue

Tags: Banjo, Acoustic, Angeles, Los, band

Started by Dennis Whitaker Feb 11.


Greetings from Misner & Smith in Northern California! Today one of our songs "One Day" is featured on No Depression's music player and we wanted to take this opportunity to invite you…Continue

Started by Misner & Smith Jun 20, 2012.

The Brothers Comatose play The Mint Saturday June 23

Hey there - wanted to let you know of this upcoming show. Their video "The Scout" is a featured video on ND right and info below - hae a great day -The Brothers Comatose June 23 -…Continue

Started by Kim Fowler Jun 19, 2012.


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Comment by Tied to the Tracks on October 21, 2009 at 3:38pm
Acoustic Americana Music Guide, Oct 21 events only (plus news of the upcoming BENEFIT SHOWS) is at
Comment by Patrick Dunn on October 17, 2009 at 5:05pm
Hey All,

Sending out a notice to all the LA and beyond members. I am starting a Songwriters Series on the Westside and am looking for people to play solo.

The idea is that I want to build a community out here of talented artists, and be able to have shows that are a welcome relief from the usual drag of playing and promoting in LA. The nights will be completely free, and there's really little to no pressure on how many people you can bring. All I care about is the talent. The first night is Nov 10, and there is still a spot or two available.

For more info, email me at contact@patrickdunnmusic.com

Also, check out my websites, etc to get an idea of the style I'm looking for, although I am most certainly open to a broader range of music.
Comment by Tied to the Tracks on October 16, 2009 at 8:34pm
Acoustic Americana Music Guide, Oct 16 to 20

Many events and festivals this weekend are in the new edition, but first…
TWO BENEFIT CONCERTS for Larry Wines (editor of the Guide, music journalist and radio host) who is recovering from eye surgery (without medical insurance). Those benefit concerts are coming up on Fri, Oct 23 at 8 pm, and the BIG show with an extravaganza of artists is on Sun, Oct 25, from 1 to 8 pm. BOTH CONCERTS are described in detail AFTER the current event listings, with the other “Ticket Alerts” for upcoming events, so you can GET YOUR TICKETS BEFORE THEY SELL-OUT!
Meantime, send your friends to the Guide; just tell them to go this url ~
~ you don’t even need to tell them why. They will be amazed and they will thank you.
If it’s escaped your notice, there’s a great show at the Autry Museum Sunday afternoon at 3:30, with top award-winning cowboy singer-songwriter DAVE STAMEY; and Canadian singer-songwriter (and winner of every kind of music award) JOHN WORT HANNAM has several local dates; and the amazing BOULDER ACOUSTIC SOCIETY is in town from Colorado, playing the Coffee Gallery Backstage Tuesday night at 8 pm.
If you’re trapped and all you have is web access, use it Sunday at 11 am to watch FUR DIXON & STEVE WERNER as they perform live for prime-time European audiences.
There are oh-so-many events this weekend (including FIVE festivals Saturday) and shows into next week, and all are in this issue!
SO, DON YOUR SAFARI SHIRT (the one with all those pockets) and put the leather helmet and goggles on, so you can brave the freeways in that open-top tin lizzy. There is sooooo much REAL music waiting for you, in the Guide!
Comment by Steven Casper on October 15, 2009 at 2:16pm
We're playing Club Good Hurt tomorrow, Friday 10/16 at 9pm with our friends The Black Tongued Bells going on at 8. Nice stage, PA and beer. I hope you can make it. (Club Good Hurt, 12249 Venice Blvd, LA)

Comment by Burlington Family on October 13, 2009 at 10:18am
Dear Fellow Cohorts at No Depression:

I appreciate and am truly a fan of all the Los Angeles based artists!! For those so inclined, the Burlington Family is playing all acoustic sets TONIGHT Oct 13th, in the Art Gallery at the Club Airliner in Lincoln Heights as part of Tank Tuesdays “Go Folk Yourself” night. 9:00PM
2419 N. Broadway
Los Angeles, California 90031


Kevin P. Casey
Burlington Family
Comment by Easy Ed on October 12, 2009 at 7:10pm
Put this one into the "beyond" category, but out here in the inland valley we've got Davie Gayle playing at Flour Fusion on Main in Lake Elsinore this coming Friday the 16th at 8:00. Sal and Isela...a very unique husband/wife duo will be on at 9:00. Davie's album is really fine, and features some great musicians including her brother Michael (who'll be at the gig) and steel god JayDee Maness (who won't). Oh yeah...Free!
Comment by NorthStar Entertainment on October 1, 2009 at 1:36pm
Mark Stuart and The Bastard Sons will headline the Americana Brunch at the Redwood Bar this SUNDAY Oct. 4 @ 5 PM. Don't miss it!
Comment by The Redwood Bar on October 1, 2009 at 12:57pm
Billy Joe Shaver tonite with Welldiggers Banquet. Door at 8 pm.
Comment by Peggy on October 1, 2009 at 12:48pm
Tony Gilkyson & Gurf Morlix
Two singer-songwriter guitar greats at McCabe's in Santa Monica this Sunday, Oct. 4 from 7:00-10:00
(Gurf was just awarded the Americana Music Associations best instrumentalist for 2009!)
Comment by David Shaw on September 19, 2009 at 3:09pm
I'm guessing is pretty much well beyond LA but so much of the music I dug over the years emanated from LA so I feel like I've been a part of the scene (even if I've never been near the place). Magic?

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