We are set for another night of music at Jump Cut Café (formally Lulu’s Beehive) at 13203 Ventura Blvd Studio City 91604 Oct. 6th 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--- Rommel Sacan singer/songwriter
His Music is about first world eco-social issues with a third world heart and with an out of this world funk ‘n roll acoustic treatment. Rommel aka Pidro continues the tradition of Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, “Bob Lennon, Bob McCartney” and the fresh insights of Sponge Bob to inspire a musical intifada. He is a cross between Tupac and Weird Al, bridging peace and chaos, tragedy and humor. He uses music as a weapon to question the questions to unmask convenient false answers. His musical objective is designed to create fun and excitement by causing a massive heart attack in our decaying social conscience to usher the urgent rebirth of our understanding of peace, love and rock n roll.
6:30 to 7pm--- Jeff Winter and Mark Siegel Singer/songwriter Jeff Winter's lyrics reflect a deep concern for political corruption, moral behavior, and the current state of the American social landscape. With Mark Siegel (blues/jazz influences) backing him on piano, this pair will really rock the house.
7:00 to 7:30--- Holly Overin
Holly as a singer/songwriter weaves a bright and beautiful brand of folk-fusion. Poetry set to music, heart-felt vocals, eclectic chordal patterns, Holly's style is truly one she can call her own. Some of her songs can be heard on www.myspace.com/Hollyoverin www.youbloom.com/web/HollyO
7:30pm to 8pm--- 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
8:00 to 8:30--- Sabrina and Craig
Olympic Medalist Craig Lincoln has been playing guitar since the dawn of the U.S. Manned Space Program, and crafting entertaining and thought-provoking songs since (not about!!) the first Bush administration. Sabrina Schneppat has toured as featured soloist for choirs, worked as a jazz soloist, played lead roles in several musicals, and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Performing together now as Sabrina & Craig they write and perform out of Los Angeles, with a unique blend of original and cover song featuring their fine harmonies
8:30pm to 9pm--- Paul Zollo singer/songwriter www.bluerailroad.com
Paul Zollo is a singer-songwriter from Chicago. A Trough Records artist, he's finishing up his first album for the label, Universal Cure. His previous indie album was Orange Avenue, and featured a duet with Art Garfunkel. The former leader of the L.A. band The Ghosters, he's co-written songs with many greats, including Steve Allen, Severin Browne, James Coberly Smith, Darryl Purpose and Bob Malone. Zollo's also a photo-journalist and the author of several books, including Conversations with Tom Petty, Hollywood Remembered and Songwriters On Songwriting.
9pm to 9:30pm--- Wicked Saints
Raw organic music with NO artificial sweeteners. It's GOOD for you!
"Our slogan isn’t completely true,” says Wicked Saints lead singer Paul McCarty. "Some is slightly toxic.” Wicked Saints' music is a cool eclectic mix of styles – from folk-rock, americana, swampy Louisiana grooves to reggae styled pop/blues, a driving beat, or sweet and heartfelt. Paul McCarty sings lead, and plays guitar and harmonica. Paul is joined by drummer, John Gannon and Bobby Thomas on accordion & keyboards.
You can hear Wicked Saints' debut album here. http://wickedsaints.net/