We are set for another night of music at Jump Cut Café (formally Lulu’s Beehive) at 13203 Ventura Blvd Studio City 91604 Nov. 17th 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--- Simon Lucas
Simon is a ‘folky’ from England. He has been in the U.S.A. for 30 years but still
speaks funny. He collects stringed instruments, some of which he can even play. He normally plays guitar, but has been known to pick up a string bass, dulcimer, cuatro or marxophone. He has a deep voice and sings a mixture of Irish, Scottish, Country and anything else he hears that he likes. He also has a stock of amusing songs, which sometimes he can be bribed into singing. He refuses to make CDs, so if you want to hear him, you will have to find him onstage playing live.
6:30pm to 7pm--- Charlie Brown
Guitarist/singer/songwriter Charlie Brown was one of New York’s top studio guitarists for over two decades, with two solo LP’s on Polydor, Up from Georgia and Portrait of a Glad Man, and the CD, Ride in the Country. He’s performed and recorded with Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Solomon Burke, Chuck Berry, Eric Weissberg and Barbra Streisand, to name just a few, and was lead guitarist for the Broadway show, Hair. Charlie and Kathrin collaborated on the CD, Land of Beginning Again. www.brownknowsmusic.com
7:00pm to 7:30pm--- Kathrin King Segal
Kathrin King Segal started her singing/songwriting career in Greenwich Village’s golden age of folk music (as Kathy King), performing with such musicians as Stephen Stills, Richie Furay and Gram Parsons and later as a backup singer with Bobby Vinton. She enjoyed a long run in the scandalous Broadway musical, Oh! Calcutta!, appeared in numerous Off-Broadway plays, and became a popular performer in New York’s cabaret/supper club circuit. She’s the author of two novels, We Were Stardust and Wild Again, and has recorded two CD’s. www.katgalmusic.com
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
8:00pm to 8:30pm--- Luanne Behm and Malcolm Orrall
Luanne and Malcolm are longtime friends and musical collaborators who joined forces to create this guitar based singer-songwriter duo, and are drawing increased attention for their emotionally powerful vocal blend and rich harmonies.
Check them out here
8:30pm to 9pm--- Deanna Pino
Although I come from a musical theatre background, I didn't pick up the guitar until I was in my late 20's and discovered a whole new world. I was hooked once I started realize that I could make an impact through songwriting and the art of communication. The challenge to inspire, craft good songs, and communicate my personal experiences became a platform for me to explore and write about the most intimate circumstances of being parentally abducted as a young child, failed relationships, to keeping the faith.
I've had the privilege of working with many talented musicians, John Cartwright, (Upright Bass for Harry Belafonte), Don Teschner, (violinist for Rod Stewart) and Dan Navarro (Lowen & Navarro) to opening for Australian Actor/Singer Songwriter, Cameron Daddo. You can find me around LA performing at major venues to local coffee shops, and listening rooms. And tonight, I look forward to playing for you so that together we can find common ground through the beauty of music and storytelling.
9pm to 9:30pm--- 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.