November 14, 2019 7:00 pm ( Doors: 6:00 pm )
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Próxima Parada writes and performs groovy and soulful music to promote true human connection and make introspection sexy again, like the good ol’ days. Próxima Parada is about joy and feeling good. If you too enjoy feeling good, check out their album, Big Seven, on SPOTIFY.
Eva B. Ross
Eva B. Ross is a Los Angeles born singer-songwriter who grew up writing songs and singing in her family’s garage band. As a teenager, she advanced her studies in singing and songwriting at Interlochen Arts and at the Stanford Jazz Vocal Residency as well as the poetry division of the Sewanee’s Young Writer’s Conference. During her time at UCLA she studied history and won UCLA's Spring Sing at Pauley Pavilion with her original composition, Chicago. Past recipients of the award include Sara Bareilles and Maroon 5. Eva has been featured twice as a vocalist on WDCB 90.9 FM’s “Chicago Jazz Live”. She is a familiar face on the LA music scene, including performances at Echo Park Rising, KCRW Desert Nights and as a featured new artist at the Warner Center Summer concerts. Messy is Eva’s debut single. Her debut EP includes 5 additional original songs to be released by the end of 2018. Eva’s EP is co-produced by Grammy-winning Nashville producer Justin Niebank (Sheryl Crow, Dolly Parton, Vince Gill, among others) and Emmy-winning producer, Steve Rashid.
Dan and Drum
Dan & Drum are two squinty, straw-chewing boys from the shrubby suburbs of Los Angeles. They met in preschool, and, somehow immediately, forged a bond of stable and productive partnership. They learned to communicate, and later became half-formed, fundamentally decent kids, using music to pass the time and process life in an honest way. Then, Dan moved away, forcing them to send unfinished tracks back and forth, as if working on the same love letter. They released their debut, Growl Pop, in Feb. 2017, and thanks to some fans on youtube, earned a million plays on Spotify within the first 6 months. As an unsigned band, they were nonetheless praised by outlets like LA Record and Wild Honey Pie for their gummy, sticky bass lines underpinning an elastic vocal, alternately agile and throaty rich. Best exemplified by songs like Lester, their music is jangling acoustics over an 808 thump, where there are inside jokes told in outside voices. They do it to amuse themselves. They also enjoy basketball, the act of smoking, and how to catch a predator.