Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Phoebe Bridgers’


Phoebe at Backstage

Phoebe at Backstage
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We remember when she was hardly four feet tall, slinging the strap of an adult-size guitar over her head and taking the stage in the Sequoyah School courtyard. Phoebe Bridges began writing, singing, and strumming, and has never looked back…but always up. Phoebe has played at a myriad of local venues and last year her […]

Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers

Since graduating from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts in 2013, with an impressively precocious and polished sound and wisdom, singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers has performed and recorded her own brand of folk rock in Los Angeles and Nashville. She’s already banked gigs at LA’s best music go-to spots, including the Troubadour, El Rey, Roxy, […]

South Pasadena Goes Eclectic

South Pasadena Goes Eclectic

Over three dozen musical performances will be conducted during the afternoon and evening on the streets of downtown (okay, three or four streets worth) of South Pasadena for the 5th Annual Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk. On stage at the Gold Line Metro stop, at the South Pas Music Center, in galleries, and even […]

South Pas Eclectic Music Fest & Art Walk

South Pas Eclectic Music Fest & Art Walk

More than forty musical artists will be descending upon the streets of South Pasadena. Six venues at South Pasadena’s Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk will feature musicians and performers including 2013 Grammy Award-winner Quetzal, winner for Best Alternative, Urban or Rock Album. Other opening acts will include the “big band sounds of Tim Gill […]

Support the Coffee Gallery!

Support the Coffee Gallery!

If you pay much attention to local bureaucratic outrages, you’ve probably heard rumblings about the Coffee Gallery Backstage’s problems with the county, which have worked themselves out, sort of: the county isn’t going to shut them down, but because the CGB is in a mixed-use area, they need a conditional use permit, which means they […]

Young Artists Night One Year Anniversary

Young Artists Night One Year Anniversary

We’ve plugged a few of these things since what was apparently the first Young Artists Night, way back in June of 2010. YANs are a program of the Young Musicians Project, which exists to help young musicians figure out how to be young musicians. For their one year anniversary, they are busting out the all-stars: […]

Young Artist Nights

Young Artist Nights

Founded to help young musicians navigate the murky waters of being a young musician, the Young Musicians Project helps young musicians learn the music business through workshops and professional mentorships. They also put on shows periodically, like the one this Friday at the South Pasadena Music Center, featuring Dylan Kario, Shani Shousterman, and Hometown Pasadena […]

Phoebe Bridgers at the Coffee Gallery

Phoebe Bridgers at the Coffee Gallery

Once again honing her already prodigious skills at the Coffee Gallery is Phoebe Bridgers. A Sequoyah alum and freshman at LACHSA, this budding singer/songwriter has played acoustic folk all over town: at the Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest and Folk Festival, the Folk Music Center in Claremont, the Echo Back Porch and, of course, the Coffee […]

Mandolin and Slap-Bass Virtuosos at the Coffee Gallery

Mandolin and Slap-Bass Virtuosos at the Coffee Gallery

If you’re into the mandolin, then you probably already know the name Evan J. Marshall. He’s kind of a big deal: “one of the greatest mandolin virtuosos ever,” “the Michael Jordan of the mandolin,” “one of the few great musicians of our time,” and so on. He’s a master of both technique and interpretation. And […]

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