Pine Mountain Logs
This is a General Admission ticket and does not guarantee seating. For table reservations please call 310.372.0035.
Prepare yourselves, if you can, for cover songs performed with such energy and attitude, with voices so pure and performances so transcendent, that you might just find yourself, against your better judgment, dancing so hard that your legs snap off, leaving your torso flopping helplessly -- yet happily -- into a musical oblivion. Such is the power of The Pine Mountain Logs.
For these are no ordinary covers. Surprises lurk around every corner. The Police's "Message in a Bottle" might unexpectedly turn into the theme from "Gilligan's Island." The chorus to David Bowie's "Fame" could transition into the chorus from Irene Cara's 80s anthem, "Fame: I'm Gonna Live Forever." Any song could end with the 70s tag "Solid Gold" -- and often does.
Because this is not your average cover band. The Pine Mountain Logs are, in actuality, the insidious alter egos of the popular Southern California band Venice. Praised for their pitch-perfect harmonies and stunning live shows by superstars like David Crosby, who calls them "the best vocal group in the country and one of the best bands I have ever heard," and Jackson Browne, who calls them "quintessentially Californian," Venice has cultivated quite the reputation, both domestically and internationally, for their brilliant musicianship, remarkable vocal stylings, and lyrics that are intelligent and often laced with wit.
But when these talented singers and musicians morph into the Pine Mountain Logs, brothers Mark Lennon (vocals) and Michael Lennon (guitars), and their cousin Kipp Lennon (vocals), along with Mark Harris (bass), Dann Gillen (drums) and Chris Horvath (keys and guitar), take the opportunity to really cut loose, have fun, and create the biggest communal party in town.
The Logs' repertoire of high energy classics range from Led Zeppelin to the Jackson Five, Tom Petty, TLC, Aerosmith, Outkast, Steely Dan, Janet Jackson, Doobie Brothers, REM, and Earth Wind & Fire, all reinterpreted with that Venice touch, while clever transitions and unexpected medleys show off a wicked sense of humor. Songs you love! Songs you hate!! Mumbled lyrics!!!
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Ayline Artin is an LGBTQ, Armenian, singer, songwriter and multi instrumentalist residing in Redondo Beach with her wife and kids. In her free-time, she meditates, takes walks on the beach, and spends quality time with her family.
Born in Africa, Artin came to the US at the age of one and grew up in Canoga Park, California. Though her love for music began early when she started playing piano at six years old, it wasn’t until years later that she received her first Taylor Guitar - a gift from her wife and enthusiastic supporter - and taught herself to play.
On November 30, 2017, Artin opened for legendary Kenny Loggins. Other shows she’s played include at The Troubadour, The El Rey Theater, The Roxy, The Saban Theatre, and The Hotel Cafe. Also, she organized shows that raised awareness of the Armenian genocide, and proceeds went to Orran, a children’s foundation in Yerevan, Armenia, and the AYF (Armenian Youth Federation) Youth Corps.
Drawing inspiration from P!nk, Stevie Nicks, Melissa Etheridge, Amy Winehouse and Janis Joplin, Artin released her debut album “Chapters” in June 2018 about breaking through life’s challenges with the strength of love and as “a tribute to my wife who illuminates my world.” Press she’s received are Music Connection, The Hollywood Times, and Pasadena Independent.
Within three weeks starting in late October 2018, she raised $9,300 on Indiegogo for her #MeToo music video “I’m Through,” surpassing her $7,500 goal. Since her perpetrator was a woman, she hopes her music video will spread awareness that sexaul assault can happen to and from anyone of all genders. After 35 years of hiding, Artin is ready to tell her story this April 10, 2019 when “I’m Through” music video is released on YouTube.