We are set for another night of music at Jump Cut Café (formally Lulu’s Beehive) at 13203 Ventura Blvd Studio City 91604 Sept. 29th between 6pm and 10pm.. This will be, as always, an up close and intimate performance. Jump Cut Cafe serves awesome coffee drinks, sandwiches, soups, salads and taste treats. There will be no cover charge for this event. The line up for the night is as follows. .
6pm to 6:30pm--- David Staller
What's a David Staller? He's an American original wild rockin man with a percussive acoustic sound that came about from being a frustrated drummer. His influences range from the Adolescents to Abba to AC/DC and the Bee Gees. This will be his first real gig since a near fatal 2009 car accident left him in a coma for 2 weeks. The question is how much will he remember?
6:30pm to 7pm---Garry Corman www.myspace.com/fishgotgroovemusic
Garry's favorite genre of music is a great song. He has had a number of indie cuts, including with Lisa O'Kane on her critically acclaimed "It Don't Hurt" CD (the song is "Paper Thin", co-written with David Smith). Garry is a proud founding member of Twirling Betty, a genre-defying band he formed with Justefanie Strachan in 2010. They are currently finishing the writing, along with guitarist, Guy Arad, for their first CD. Garry also loves to touch home with the beloved Heatseekers, who can lay down a TV/Movie theme like nobody's business.
7pm to 7:30pm--- Bryan Chan and Bryan Plaisance
Bryan Chan playing in the Delta Blues style with his own thought processes involved. Always trying to achieve the goal of giving blues music the heart, soul and respect it deserves. Competed at the 2009 International Blues Challenge in Memphis TN. Bryan Plaisance adding down home foot stomping blues harmonica
7:30pm to 8pm--- Luanne Behm and Malcolm Orrall
Luanne and Malcolm are longtime friends and musical collaborators who joined forces recently to create this guitar based singer-songwriter duo, and are drawing increased attention for their emotionally powerful vocal blend and rich harmonies.
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8pm to 8:30pm--- Jef Scott Jef has been an acclaimed session musician (Tori Amos & The Bangles) for many years. He wrote and recorded hit songs in America and Australia. Scott scored in the states when his band The Men had a radio hit with "The Church of Sin & Logic" and in Australia with "Daddy's Gonna Make You A Great Big Star" with his Australian outfit "Company of Strangers." Jef can be seen and heard around Los Angeles with his current band The Ghostwriters.
8:30pm to 9pm--- Marc Platt Marc has been making records since 1983 and has had several songs featured in TV and films. His current CD "Bitter & Sweet" was well REVIEWED in American Songwriter magazine last fall. Marc and his band The Plattitudes can often be seen playing around town in various formations.
9pm to 9:30pm--- Barry Cullison www.bluepower.com
Barry Cullison’s dad played a ’46 flat top Gibson and knew every Hank Williams song there was. His mom sang harmony and played the harmonica and dulcimer. With his two musical sisters it was tough to find a harmony part while the family sang on car trips to pass the time. He was raised country but seduced by rock and roll. Barry has paid dues both as an actor and guitar player in Chicago, New York and now LA. TV shows like “X Files”, “Magnificent Seven” and “Cold Case” are fun and paid the bills. But he has a passion to play guitar and he keeps cranking out his own tunes. He is trying to reinvent the wheel with his songs so it’s a bit difficult to put a bead on what his style is. It can be furious and complex, political or funny. He can tear it up or bring it down. Barry would rather work on a song than watch TV, read a book or go to bed. In spite of this, he and his wife Laura have a beautiful 9-year old son, Darby, and Dar likes the guitar too.