The Herbert Bail Orchestra, Ryan Hahn & The Believers, The Little Miss, Livingmore

The Satellite Presents

The Herbert Bail Orchestra

Ryan Hahn & The Believers

The Little Miss

Livingmore

Fri, May 11, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$12.00

This event is 21 and over

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The Herbert Bail Orchestra - (Set time: 11:00 PM)
The Herbert Bail Orchestra
From the depths of the modern American folk movement comes The Herbert Bail Orchestra. Singer-songwriter Anthony Frattolillo leads a ten piece ensemble incorporating elements of folk-rock-Americana-blues and country music.

"A fusion of past and present, frontier and adventure, psyche and soul. Full sounds and powerful live performances pull listeners into their timeless dimension." says Morena Duwe of The Huffington Post.

The Herbert Bail Orchestra's first full length album The Future's in the Past was released on vinyl record in early 2013. Kevin Bronson of BuzzbandsLA called it a "collection of gypsy folk that carves out myths of its own." Traversing from the cryptic shadows of Holy Smokes to the Western infused ballads portrayed in songs like The Nature of Things .

"Almost sounds like Tom Waits and Neil Diamond had a voice baby. Herbert Bail leaves you amazed!" said MySpoonful.

In 2015 the band conceived and produced The Nature of Things, which was exclusively released on Nowness, received a Vimeo Staff Pick, was named one of ‘Six of the Best Creative Music Videos' by 1.4 and won Best Music Video at the Ciclope Short Film Festival.

In January The Herbert Bail Orchestra released a new single and music video "Chains" which premiered in The Deli. The band recently released another new single “Hometown Honey” streaming only on Mother Church Pew. The group's sophomore album History's Made at Night will be available online everywhere Friday 5/4, and for sale on vinyl record starting Friday 5/11 when the orchestra returns to The Satellite with very special guests.
Ryan Hahn & The Believers - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
Ryan Hahn & The Believers
Born and raised among the rolling hills of Kentucky, Ryan Hahn set out for the bright lights of Los Angeles to find his destiny. His journey has taken him far from home but never far from his roots. A look beyond his ink and piercings reveals a true southern gentleman, a seeker of truth and a storyteller.

His debut recording project "Farmers Son" is an insightfully honest look at the journey of the human spirit. Inspired by the twists and turns of life's winding road, these songs speak to the core of the human experience; Things like Love, Loss, and the power we have inside ourselves to overcome all the stuff that life throws at us. Whether it's a story of someone overcoming an impossible obstacle, the power of loving people, or just good ole rock n roll fun, These songs are intended to be an escape and potentially a ladder to help someone climb out of the hole they’ve found theirselves in.

One by one the songs have taken shape, and a band of Believers have formed around this old soul. Ryan Hahn and The Believers debut, Farmers Son EP, will be out in June of 2018!
The Little Miss - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
The Little Miss
Hayley Johnson, AKA The Little Miss, is a twenty-seven-year-old, folk singer-songwriter originally from San Diego, CA. Having been inspired by female vocalists such as Fiona Apple and Jewel at an early age, Johnson can remember starting girl bands at recess and writing lyrics in notebooks beginning in first grade. In middle school, Johnson began performing original music around San Diego county with her father at local coffee shops and surf competitions. Having gone by the stage name, "Hazel," for many years, Johnson developed the idea for The Little Miss while in college at San Francisco State University, where she rediscovered her love of music after a long hiatus. After graduating, The Little Miss took off down south to further pursue her love of folk, blues and classic Americana music in Los Angeles. She now resides in Echo Park, CA with her dog, Winifred, and continues to start girl bands at recess.
Livingmore - (Set time: 12:00 AM)
Livingmore
Los Angeles band, Livingmore are ready to emerge from their cocoon with their debut record, Ok To Land. The band, originated with songwriters Alex Moore and Spencer Livingston meeting thru mutual friends in 2014, they with the help of Mike Schadel on drums and now Rodrigo Moreno on bass are the make-up of Livingmore. Taking cues from several genres from acts such as Garbage and The Kinks to Belle and Sebastian, Moore and Livingston write dreamy, alternative songs that sound like, in their own words - “a mixture of Blondie and The Everly Brothers. From the childlike essence of trying to decide what to do when you grow up in ‘Cocoon,’ to the upbeat and straightforward ‘Never Slow Down,’ to the Melancholic and dreamy ‘Transition,’ Livingmore’s first full length record is a lush collection of indie rock tracks.Their first single from their new record, “Cocoon,” is a whimsical, guitar heavy track, with flourishes of western-tinged riffs that layer over Moore’s crooning vocal melodies. On the inspiration behind the track, Moore notes: "When writing this song I was looking back at childhood and remembering that ‘what will I be when I grow up’ feeling which from the younger perspective can feel like life is this story book type process of start to finish, in comparison to the reality and realization there's no ending to growth just recurring re births of trial and error that often lead you to the next place you need to be,” shares Moore. “Whether it's repeated mistakes or feeling stuck by life's circumstances there's always a faze of feeling cocooned until we evolve once again into butterflies.”The record’s anthemic title track, ‘Really Mean It’ is accompanied by an animated stop motion video created by Moore’s brother, Dillon. “We really just wanted to make a video that was totally organic and back to basics but at the same time unique and fresh. That’s kind of what this band is really about when you get down to it,” he explains.“We never really plan when we’re going to write, we just wait for it to happen,” Livingston notes, while explaining the band’s songwriting process. Each song has a totally organic approach - sometimes born from Livingston playing a melody and Moore composing accompanying lyrics on the spot; other times with both of them writing songs separately and meeting in the middle. Look out for Ok To Land, coming soon.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/