The Herbert Bail Orchestra, Edith Crash, Moonsville Collective, Andrew Sheppard

The Herbert Bail Orchestra

Edith Crash

Moonsville Collective

Andrew Sheppard

Thu, January 11, 2018

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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The Herbert Bail Orchestra
The Herbert Bail Orchestra
From the depths of the modern American folk movement comes the vast musical journey know as The Herbert Bail Orchestra. “A fusion of past and present, frontier and adventure, psyche and soul. Full sounds and powerful live performances pull listeners into their timeless dimension,” said M. Duwe of The Huffington Post. One of LA Weekly’s Best Shows to See in LA. Singer-songwriter Anthony Frattolillo leads a ten piece ensemble incorporating elements of folk-rock-Americana-blues and country music. “Herbert Bail sounds like Tom Waits and Neil Diamond had a voice baby," said Myspoonful.

The band’s upcoming second full length album HISTORY'S MADE AT NIGHT takes listeners further into the dark heart of the American West, emerging with a silver lining of hope and optimism. Receive a free, limited edition copy of the new album with ticket purchase at this event (this night only)!
Edith Crash
Edith Crash
Edith Crash belongs to no one. In fact, her music—sung in French, Spanish, and English—transcends the international origins of this one-woman band by blending them all into one cohesive project. Inspired by dark experimentalism of vastly different artists such as Portishead, Jacques Brel, and PJ Harvey, Crash’s dynamic mix of folk and grunge is as much of a cross-cultural creation as the singer herself. Born in France, raised in Spain, and based now in Los Angeles, Crash’s songs defy genre by pulling bits and pieces from clamoring post-punk, bluesy folk, and vigorous Spanish guitar. The uniquely cinematic quality to her music comes in full-bodied melodies, dramatic vocal delivery, and a penchant for Western folk drama.
Moonsville Collective
Moonsville Collective
Moonsville is a Southern California band that writes songs about the terrain of their own stories and lives. During an age of short attention spans and speedy business, the band draws their inspiration from a simple well and holds firm to the truth that good songs can carry people through hard times and can increase the light when life lands you on the sunny side of the street. With multi-instrumentalists and several songwriters in the band, they keep their Americana style variable; always open to experimentation and the blurring of genre lines. Their recently completed "Moonsville IV" reflects that (comprised of 4 EPs and 20 songs) it "tells stories and begs the listener to think and slow down,” says one of Moonsville’s members, “Dobro” Dan Richardson.
Andrew Sheppard
Andrew Sheppard
ndrew Sheppard grew up in the high desert plains of Hailey, Idaho. He moved to Southern California when he was 17 to pursue a career in Skateboarding and due to injuries he left that path and decided to go the musical direction. He formed his first group "Gypsy River Haunts" in 2007 in Los Angeles and after the group split up in 2012 he decided to go the solo route. After he relocated back to Idaho in 2015 he released his first studio full length "Far From Here" recorded at Bedrock Studio's in Los Angeles and is set to release his 2nd album "Steady Your Aim" recorded at Ivy Hall Studio in Nashville, T.N. in March 2018. No matter how his music hits you, it’ll give you a glimpse of where you’ve been and where you’re going. Andrew Sheppard- A straight shot of life.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/