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Steve Taylor (Rhye/ Rogue Wave/ Jackie Greene) Residency w/ members of Rhye - Claire Courchene, Jake Jamieson, Julie Slick plus Special Guests

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Steve Taylor (Rhye/ Rogue Wave/ Jackie Greene) Residency w/ members of Rhye - Claire Courchene, Jake Jamieson, Julie Slick plus Special Guests
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 9:00 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $12.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Every Wednesday in June. Different special guests each week!

Week 4 ~ Hyre
Claire Courchene (Rhye, Frank Ocean)
Jake Jamieson (Rhye)
Julie Slick (Adrian Belew)
+ special guests.  
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  • Steve Taylor

    Steve Taylor

    With a sound steeped in the sunlit tones of Laurel Canyon, the mid 60’s pop and R&B of the Brill Building, and the lo-fi synths of early prog rock, Los Angeles resident Steve Taylor makes cinematic, impressionistic psych-folk that pushes the envelope of the singer/songwriter genre. A multi-instrumentalist with a remarkably diverse background, his talents have been in demand for everyone from black gospel churches to the LA electro soul group Rhye. He’s steadily recorded his new opus, “The Land of Milk and Honey”, in between international tours and recording gigs. A sparse, moody, and beautiful record ruminating on the search for an idyllic paradise amidst the chaos and loneliness of modern day life, he layers vintage organs, pianos, analog synthesizers, and dead drums, creating a sound that’s both modern and thoroughly informed by 70’s AM rock.
    Influenced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Nick Drake, and Joni Mitchell, his last album “Has the Size of the Road Got the Better of You?” was recorded at home and at the venerable Tiny Telephone Studio in San Francisco. The record showed the expanded influence of gospel music, something he explored while he was a guitarist and organist (and often the only white person present) at a number of prominent African American congregations in the San Francisco Bay Area.
    Performing solo and with his band, Steve has played hundreds of shows, including headlining slots at The Independent and The Chapel in San Francisco, The Echo and The Hotel Café in LA, and The Hope & Anchor in London. An avid busker, he has made many fans the old fashioned way, through singing his heart out and pounding out his songs on his portable Helpinstill piano, an electrified acoustic remnant from the 70’s.
    In addition to being an active solo artist, Steve has played as a singer, keyboardist or guitarist with an incredibly diverse range of collaborators, including Rhye, Avi Buffalo, Nicki Bluhm, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, Bootsy Collins, Vetiver, and members of CAN, Guns n Roses, The Hawkins Singers, Deathcab for Cutie, and The Dirty Projectors. He’s looking forward to getting his own musical visions out to the world in 2015

  • Claire Courchene

    Claire Courchene

    Claire primarily performs in the Pop, Rock, and Hip Hop genres. As the perfect auxiliary sideman, Claire can cover many different sounds and aspects of a performance. Like a swiss army knife, Claire is able to take care of any of your musical needs.

  • Jake Jamieson

    Jake Jamieson

    Jake Jamieson is a freelance performer and educator in Los Angeles on drum set and percussion. As a performer, he has been called to play a variety of musical styles ranging from Jazz to Indian Classical to Hip Hop to Opera. He gained his versatility at UCLA where he received his B.A. and M.A. in Ethnomusicology, world music. During his stay at UCLA, Jake studied drum set from Bruce Becker and tabla from Abhiman Kaushal, while also playing in a wide range of UCLA world music ensembles including the UCLA Brazilian, West African, and Indian music ensembles, in addition to the UCLA Contemporary Jazz Large Ensemble and UCLA Jazz Combos. Not only does he perform a wide array of musical styles, but also Jake used his time at UCLA to further his scholarly understanding of the musical cultures he plays. He continually draws on this knowledge in performing and teaching situations and continues to educate himself on new musical styles. Jake has toured nationally and internationally and hopes to continue to do so to pursue his joy of traveling and his penchant for learning more about musical cultures from around the world.

  • Julie Slick

    Julie Slick

    Julie Slick is a virtuoso bassist and composer known for her wide array of unique tones and substantial melodic invention. In her seven year career, she has developed a distinctive voice through international performances and recording with acclaimed first class musicians in both the progressive rock and jazz communities (with the Adrian Belew Power Trio, Crimson ProjeKct, Motzer Slick Ti, PAPER CAT, Springs, DRGN King, and butterscotch bonnets).

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