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KBH Entertainment presents
Tuesday, September 24, 2013 7:30 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $10.00 - $15.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: ALL AGES
  • Presented By:
(cash sales only at box office).

OVER 21  $10

UNDER 21 $15

08:00 PM - Ms. Moxie
08:45 PM - Moonroof
09:30 PM - Sista Jeans Blues Machine
10:30 PM - Shawn Michael Perry

Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • Shawn Michael Perry

    Shawn Michael Perry

    Shawn Michael Perry has taken the multi - hyphenate to new heights. This singer, songwriter, actor, educator, and activist was born to Southern California into indigenous heritage (his father is Native American of Salish ancestry; his mother, of Panamanian of Mayan ancestry) Shawn has embraced his culture,past and present with an eye to the future. Shawn Michael Perry's current album was NAMMY nominated at the Native American Music Awards 2013 for "Best Album of The Year" and "Best Producer of the Year". Such an accomplishment for Shawn writes & co-produces all his own material. Shawn is currently recording his new songs for his upcoming album release "Hungry 4 Heroes". He will release a single (duet) 4EVER - N - MYHEART prior to the release of Hungry 4 Heroes !

  • Ms. Moxie

    Ms. Moxie

    "Nebraskan-born singer Ms. Moxie, met multi-instrumentalist Tony Brucco in Southern California, and the two began writing songs in May 2011. During the creative process Brucco gravitated towards the bass, instead of guitar, and Moxie instinctively wove her lyrics and melodies in and around the funky groove. The music tips its hat to Stax Records, Michael Jackson and Steely Dan, but this unique interplay of the voice and bass that sparked the origin of the songs bears a fresh and authentic sound. The real treat is Moxie’s voice and her saucy delivery of the smart and sexy lyrics. Her nickname is spot on: this woman has moxie and lots of it. Her vocal performances are bold and engaging, courageous and cheeky. You get the feeling that if Ms. Moxie wants something, she’s going to get it."

  • Moonroof


    Rooted deep in a psychedelic past, a time when the Allman Brothers and Parliament Funkadelic brought us to the bayou and beamed us up to the Mothership, MOONROOF emerged from the stardust in the year 2012 and landed in the heart of downtown Los Angeles with a flight case full of vibratory healing. The blues made them tough, the funk brought “the stuff,” big bites of jazz for those who dug class, and they made it poppy so you could shake your ass.  Now MOONROOF is rising, with fertile grounds for a new sound that only these four have found. Singer Ethan Fox Tucker sprouted from the fungal forests of Portland, Oregon with a keen ear and fully loaded mutton-funk bass chops. Guitarist Tyler Nuffer, a San Diegan blues ripper, will have mastered the guitar by age thirty-three, guaranteed, only ten more years to seal the deed. Jake Brougham finds new tunings, using blues, rock and roll, and African grooves to set a San Fran oceanic mood. Slam McAdam hits hard, really fucking hard, a metal man in a jazz can, the best beats in the Southland. Dig. Now dig deeper.

  • Sista Jean CB's Blues Machine

    Sista Jean CB's Blues Machine

    SISTA JEAN & CB makes no bones about what they play and sing about. Whether its Americana, Blues, Rock, R&B, or Jazz, there stories come in many colors and rhythms. Influenced by the west coast sound, there presence is amazing.

    She started as a background singer for the studios in Los Angeles over 20-years ago and still has the fire inside to groove with the best in the business.

    "I had an opportunity to sing with Mick Jagger on his 2nd solo album. We did the song "Think" by James Brown and Lynn Collins. “That was fantastic. But there is nothing like being in front of hundreds and thousands of fans who appreciate your songs. I like that more than anything in life. Right now, I go out acoustically with my guitar player Carlyle Barriteau (aka CB). He's a great player, singer, and writer in his own right.”He's played for the greats such as Bobby Caldwell,Patti Austin,and Rickie Lee Jones.

    “If I do get an opportunity to perform with my band "The Blues Machine", I have Carlyle"CB" Barriteau on guitar, Bill Pittman on Bass, Jeff Suttles on Drums, and Ed Neal on keyboards and Norm Weatherly on Keyboards. I've been with my band now for over five years and they know me inside and out. My influences started with Aretha Franklin, then to Chaka Khan, and foremost to Joan Armatrading. These women showed me the way to music and I never lose the sight of them in the goals I want to achieve. I don't compare myself to them or anyone else. I give over 100% when I'm presenting myself to the people, and I live through my songs. Its more than just singing songs, itʼs about the living that goes on in the songs themselves.” I also work with 'Hugh Laurie & The Copper Bottom Band as one of their featured singers on his cds and live performance.

    Hugh keeps us on our toes with great songs to sing and play.

    “If there is one thing in life I could say to people, it would be to never give up on the dreams and goals you set for yourself in life.” 

Set Times:
  • 08:00 PM - Ms. Moxie
  • 08:45 PM - Moonroof
  • 09:30 PM - Sista Jean CB's Blues Machine
  • 10:30 PM - Shawn Michael Perry

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