Jingle All The Whiskey with performances by, Dan Janisch, David Serby, Rod Melancon, Walter Spencer, Bliss Bowen, Ben Reddell, Andrew Sheppard, Ronee Blakley, Grant Langston, Matt Farber, Susan James, Groovy Redneck's and Jason Heath

Matt Farber Productions and The Satellite present

Jingle All The Whiskey with performances by, Dan Janisch, David Serby, Rod Melancon, Walter Spencer, Bliss Bowen, Ben Reddell, Andrew Sheppard, Ronee Blakley, Grant Langston, Matt Farber, Susan James, Groovy Redneck's and Jason Heath

Fri, December 21, 2012

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

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Jingle All The Whiskey with performances by
Jingle All The Whiskey with performances by
On the night the world is set to end, we gather ourselves to go down together with some whiskey in hand.

Many performers will grace the stage and sing us some tunes.

The cover is $10, but hey... it's the end of the world so who cares.

ALL PROCEEDS ARE BEING DONATED TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS TO ASSIST IN HURRICANE RELIEF EFFORTS!

Whiskey/Drink specials to be announced soon!
Dan Janisch
Dan Janisch
Since his days as guitarist in the rawkus L.A. post punk band 'The Imperial Butt Wizards'- Janisch has been a non stop song maker-upper - He performs a mixed bag of original tunes; a sort of connecting of the dots of multiple American musical genres, and is often described as a 'No Holds Barred' Performer- pushing against limits to wring every last drop out of the things. It's Rock & Roll - it's Country - it's Soul gospel blues - it's the ring finger - it's the middle finger - It's a peanut butter cup - it's clean rusty - damn, it works!... Amen.
David Serby
David Serby
There's old-time poetry to David Serby's songs. Each song tells a story -- some make you want to dance, some make you want to drink -- and all make you believe Dave's a man who knows how to do both.
Rod Melancon
Rod Melancon
A recent article on 23 year-old, Rod Melancon says: "Rod Melancon is from South Louisiana where the music dances with the fever of bayou nights, but resonates deep into the universal feeling of an artist keenly in tuneswith the roots of the country-Americana movement echoing the lonesome blues of Hank Williams and the outlaw heyday of Waylon Jennings" – No Depression. Rod grew up in the shadow of Angola State Prison amidst the roughneck bars and bayou country of South Louisiana. Hefound his voice as a songwriter in the stories of his family, his hometown and the music he heard from his grandfather. He moved to L.A. a few years ago and his reputation has caught on like wildfire. He has appeared at Hotel Cafe, The Mint and The Grand Ole Echo. As times change and mainstream country music continues to go through its ups and downs with its own chronic and bland pop-leaning identity struggle, Rod is finding a strong following in L.A. for real country. With his upcoming, soon-to-be-released CD, My Family Name, this rootsy Louisiana-fevered singer-songwriter, has established himself as a promising artist to watch.

Rod Melancon grew up in the shadow of Angola State Prison amidst the roughneck bars and bayou country of South Louisiana. He found his voice as a songwriter in the stories of his family, his hometown and the music he heard from his grandfather. He moved to L.A. a few years ago and his reputation has caught on like wildfire. He has appeared at Hotel Cafe, The Mint and The Grand Ole Echo. As times change and mainstream country music continues to go through its ups and downs with its own chronic and bland pop-leaning identity struggle, Rod is finding a strong following in L.A. for real country. With his upcoming, soon-to-be-released CD, My Family Name, this rootsy Louisiana-fevered singer-songwriter, has established himself as a promising artist to watch.
Walter Spencer
Walter Spencer
Walter’s from LA, but his music would be more comfortable in the Appalachian Mountains, or Baton Rouge, or Austin. He plays an odd mix of americana, bluegrass, honky tonk and hippy folk. If this wasn’t recorded in a shack up in the mountains, it certainly should have been.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/