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Monday, January 8, 2018

Live Music - Weekdays 'n Nights this Week, Jan 8-12 edition 2018

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We're bringing you this in a different format. Venues (or the presenting series) are listed alphabetically. Then the events they're offering this week are chronological. So all of Monday's events are not listed under a heading of "Monday," and Tuesday's shows don't get their own heading, etc. Instead, all of this week's Monday-through-Friday concerts, club gigs, etc., are found by the venue where they're playing.

A major NEWS EDITION will be along soon.

Meanwhile, don't sit home.

And, oh, by the way -- WITH THE RAIN AND EVERYTHING... if the traffic is too idiotic to contemplate getting on the freeway during Monday's or Tuesday's rain, then why not find a music venue after you leave work, and spend the evening there, decompressing and gettin' yerself all tunefulized? You never know. Might catch on, and you'll find yourself doing that even when it isn't raining.

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VENUES and WHAT THEY OFFER THIS WEEK...

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♪ AMSD Concerts, at Laura R. Charles Theater, Sweetwater High School, 2900 Highland Av, National City, CA 91950; 829-303-8176.
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* Fri, Jan 12, 7:30 pm - Ramblin' Jack Elliott plus Peter Rowan
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♪ Buchanan Arms Restaurant & Pub, 2013 W Burbank Bl, Burbank, CA; 818-845-0692.
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* 7:30-10:30 pm - Ploughboys (Celtic; 2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
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♪ Burbank Moose Lodge, 1901 W Burbank Bl, Burbank, CA 91506; 818-842-5851.
* Mon, Jan 8, 8 pm - Pete Anderson plays the blues
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♪ Cafe Aroma, 54750 N Circle Dr, Idyllwild, CA; 951-659-5212; http://cafearoma.org/
* Fri, Jan 12, 6-9 pm - Reed Bros. Band with Dennis Roger Reed, musician and FolkWorks columnist. Set includes material from "Songs About Tractors & Stuff," Dennis’ most recent CD (available in various formats); www.dennisrogerreed.com
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♪ The Canyon Santa Clarita - Westfield Valencia Town Center, 24201 Valencia Bl, Suite 1351, Santa Clarita, CA 91355.
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* Mon, Jan 8, 7 pm - KRIS KRISTOFFERSON
Tix: http://wheremusicmeetsthesoul.com/canyon-santa-clarita
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* Wed, Jan 10, 9 pm - Country Girls Shake It
Adv tix, $19.50, at: https://www1.ticketmaster.com/country-girls-shake-it-santa-clarita-california-01-10-2018/event/0900536AFEF07CC5
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* Sun, Jan 14, 9 pm - Reverend Horton Heat
Adv tix, https://www1.ticketmaster.com/reverend-horton-heat-santa-clarita-california-01-14-2018/event/0900531EBF466650
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♪ Celtic Arts Center (at The Mayflower Club), 11110 Victory Bl, North Hollywood, CA; 818-760-8322.
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* Mon, Jan 8, 8-11 pm - Weekly "Irish Music Session" and Irish Céili Dance
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♪ The Cinema Bar, 3967 Sepulveda Bl, Culver City, CA 90230; 310-390-1328; www.thecinemabar.com
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* Mon, Jan 8, 8:30 pm - The Hot Club of L.A.
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* Thu, Jan 11, 9 pm - Radio Eight Ball, Cooper Walker, Andres Jones
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♪ The Coach House, 33157 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675; 949-496-8927.
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* Thu, Jan 11, 8 pm - The Subdudes
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♪ Cody's Viva Cantina, 900 Riverside Dr, Burbank, CA 91506; 818-515-4444.
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* Mon, Jan 8, 7:30 pm - The Brombies (Bluegrass)
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♪ Coffee Gallery Backstage, 2029 N Lake Av, Altadena, CA; reservations/info, 626-798-6236 between 10 am & 10 pm.
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* Thu, Jan 11, 8 pm - "The Best of the Roadhouse-2017"
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♪ The Colburn School of Music, Zipper Concert Hall, 200 S Grand Av, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213-621-2200.
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* Mon, Jan 8, 8 pm - two acts:
- Yarn/Wire, a New York City quartet with dual pianists Laura Barger and Ning Yu and two percussionists doing "arty, experimental works."
- Thomas Meadowcroft's Walkman Antiquarian, doing "spare, contemplative piano chords anointed with a soft rain of percussion sounds."
Tix, $27, at: https://www.colburnschool.edu
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♪ Cowboy Country, 3321 E South St, Long Beach, CA 90805; 562-630-3007.
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* 8:30 pm - Kelly Huff
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♪ Culver Palms United Methodist Church, 4464 Sepulveda Bl, Rm 6, Culver City, CA 90230.
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* 6:30-9 pm - Westside Hammered Dulcimer Session (monthly)
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♪ The Edison, 108 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213-613-0000.
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* Thu, Jan 11, 8 pm - Reverend Tall Tree
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♪ Fiddler's Crossing, 206 East F St, Tehachapi, CA 93561; 661-823-9994.
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* Fri, Jan 12, 7 pm - Jim Kweskin, jug band revival pioneer
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♪ Grapes and Hops, 454 E Main St, Ventura, CA; 805-641-0053.
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Wed, Jan 10, 6 pm - Ventura Bluegrass Jam (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
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♪ Ireland's 32, 13721 Burbank Bl, Van Nuys, CA 91401
818-785-4031
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* Tue, Jan 9, 8 pm - Acoustic Jam
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♪ Joe's Great American Bar & Grill, 4311 W Magnolia Bl, Burbank, CA 91505; 818-729-0805.
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* Tue, Jan 9, 9 pm - Aileen Quinn & the Leapin' Lizards
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* Sun, Jan 21, 6 pm - The Messaround
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♪ The Largo at the Coronet, 366 N La Cienega Bl, West Hollywood, CA 90048; 310-855-0350.
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* Thu, Jan 11, 8 pm - Ramblin' Jack Elliot plus Peter Rowan
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♪ Las Hadas, 9048 Balboa Bl, Northridge, CA 91325; 818-892-7271.
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* Mon, Jan 8, 7-9 pm - Cool Blue
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* Tue, Jan 9, 10:30 am-12:30 pm - Johnny Vana's Big Band Alumni
* Tue, Jan 9, 8 pm - Mariachi Tenochtitlán
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* Wed, Jan 10, 8-10 pm - Rex Merriweather
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♪ Maui Sugar Mill Saloon, 18389 Ventura Bl, Tarzana, CA 91356; 818-344-0034.
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* Wed, Jan 10, 9 pm - Just Dave Bernal's Last Chance Country Jam
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♪ McCabe's, 3101 Pico Bl, Santa Monica, CA 90405; 310-828-4497.
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* Fri, Jan 12, 8 pm - "McCabe's 60th Anniversary Performance" with Richard Thompson, with a portion of the proceeds going to "Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation."
SOLD OUT! (We warned you it would be.)
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♪ McCallum Theatre, 73000 Fred Waring Dr, Palm Desert, CA 92260; 760-340-ARTS or 866-889-ARTS.
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* Mon, Jan 8, 8 pm - Willie Nelson & Family plus Lukas Nelson
Tix: http://www.mccallumtheatre.com
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♪ Museum of Making Music, 5790 Armada Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92008; 760-438-5996.
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* Fri, Jan 12, 7 pm - Carl Verheyen
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♪ Perch, 448 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213-802-1770.
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Tue, Jan 9, 7-10 pm - The Brian Swartz Quintet
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♪ Pips Pizza Pasta Salads, 1356 S La Brea Av, Los Angeles, CA 90019; 323-954-7477.
* Tue, Jan 9, 7 pm - Barbara Morrison
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♪ The Rose Theatre, 300 E Colorado Bl, Pasadena, CA 91129; 818-879-5016.
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* Fri, Jan 12, 7 pm - The Subdudes plus The Furious Seasons
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♪ Seventy7 Lounge, 3843 Main St, Culver City, CA; 310-559-7707.
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Wed, Jan 10, 9 pm - We the Folk (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
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♪ USC Newman Recital Hall, on University Park campus (main campus) in L.A.
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* Tue, Jan 9, 7:30 pm - "Voice Out of Silence!" Featuring Sophia Serghi
- Admission is free, but online RSVP req'd, at http://visionsandvoices.usc.edu/; or take your chances with tix available at the door.
- Composer and pianist Sophia Serghi presents her recent documentary about refugee musicians finding their voices amidst the silence of relocation and hardship. Filmed in Cyprus in collaboration with filmmaker Lawrence Cumbo, "Voice Out of Silence!" explores the social and cultural impact of transient, refugee, and relocated musician communities around the globe.
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♪ USC Graduate Fine Arts Building (IFT), 3001 S Flower St, Los Angeles, 90089.
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* Fri & Sat, Jan 12 & 13; times vary - "Live Artists Live: Simultaneity"
- Admission is free, but online RSVP req'd, at http://visionsandvoices.usc.edu/; or take your chances with tix available at the door.
- Performance artists collaborate for "Simultaneity," the second iteration of the USC Roski School of Art and Design’s performance-art biennial, "Live Artists Live."
- Acclaimed artists and scholars will explore the simultaneity that exists within binational and multicultural lives through two days of performances and dialogues.
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♪ Wine and Song Series at Arroyo Seco Golf Clubhouse, 1055 Lohman Ln, South Pasadena, CA 91030; 323-255-1506.
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* Wed, Jan 10, 7 pm - Robinson & Rohe, plus Tom Corbett
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Meantime, we are ALWAYS big advocates of supporting LIVE PERFORMANCE. With everything happening in the big, wide world, and through these festival-packed, waning-of-summer weekends? Go get tuneful!


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LEGALESE, CONTACTING US, 'N SUCH...

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What "boilerplate"? Who came up with that goofy term for basic essential informational stuff... geeez... soon as we take water from the tank, top-off the lubricators, and get beans from the Harvey House, we are sooo steamin' down the line...
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♪ The ACOUSTIC AMERICANA MUSIC GUIDE endeavors to bring you NEWS — and views of interest to artists everywhere — more specifically to musicians and the creative community and music makers and fans of acoustic and Folk-Americana music. That includes both traditional and innovative forms. From the deepest roots to today’s acoustic renaissance, that’s our beat. We provide a wealth of resources, including a HUGE catalog of acoustic-friendly venues (now undergoing a major update), and inside info on FESTIVALS and select performances in Southern California in venues from the monumentally large to the intimately small and cozy. We cover workshops, conferences, and other events for artists and folks in the music industry, and all kinds o’ things in the world of acoustic and Americana and accessible classical music. From washtub bass to musical spoons to oboe to viola to banjo to squeezebox, from Djangostyle to new-fangled-old-time string band music, from sweet Cajun fiddle to bluegrass and pre-bluegrass Appalachian mountain music to all the swamp water roots of the blues and the bright lights of where the music is headed now.
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