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Nicole Hale / Bow / Tiger March / James Tillman / The Bad Applez

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Nicole Hale / Bow / Tiger March / James Tillman / The Bad Applez
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 7:45 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 7:15 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • Nicole Hale

    Nicole Hale

    Blues and soul songwriter from the southwest with a touch of traditional country.

  • James Tillman

    James Tillman

    Hailing from Washington, DC, singer-songwriter and musician James Tillman fell in love with the sound of music at an early age. Exposure to his parents’ extensive album collection, which included everything from Afrika Bambaataa to Joni Mitchell,  and solo karaoke concerts with a Fisher Price toy cassette player planted musical seeds within him. A knock out church performance of ‘This Little Light of Mine”  at age 9 and learning to play Mozart’s Clarinet concerto by 16 helped those musical seeds to take root and flourish. James’ unwavering desire to become a singer was ignited by iconic artists such as Bob Marley, Marvin Gaye and D’Angelo.  After discovering that Marvin Gaye was a native Washingtonian, James became further driven to forge his own musical path.  Drenched in the tradition of these greats yet also inspired by contemporary producers, James’ sound is rooted in soulful R&B with a modern twist.

    In 2010, James realized that  a career in accounting was not for him, so he made the decision to leave the University of Virginia and become a voice major at The New School in New York City.  His family members were disappointed and some of his friends and advisers thought he was crazy to leave such a great school, but James knew his artistic ability would only flourish if he immersed himself in the hustle and bustle of New York City.

    Sacrifice and struggle were recurring themes over the next few years, but through discipline, perseverance, and sheer passion James steadily pursued his craft and began to find his way and mold his sound. In the midst of keeping up with a demanding school load and working multiple jobs to pay rent, James taught himself to play guitar and held music sessions with his friends from school. He received the opportunity to go on tour as a back-up vocalist for NBC’s America’s Got Talent popular contestant, Alice Tan Ridley. Stepping out on his own, James has been steadily creating a fan base. He has performed all around New York City at venues such as: Rockwood Music Hall, Bowery Electric, B. B. King’s Blues Club, Shrine World Music Venue, Drom, Pianos and more.

    James released his debut EP, Shangri La, on April 29, 2014, and his begun to catch the ear of music industry. He has been written about by various blogs and publications including Okayplayer.com and Essence Magazine. His music has been played on various radio stations, including KCRW and Gilles Peterson’s BBC 6 radio program. James’ goal with the Shangri La EP is to reacquaint the world with meaningful lyrics and soul music that makes you feel good. This project focuses on the unique elements of love that stir the soul. Based in earnest artistry and love, James is destined to create timeless music. There is no limit for this young talent.

  • Bow

    Bow

  • Tiger March

    Tiger March

    Tiger March is a synthpop duo from Los Angeles, California, featuring vocalist Annie Scipioni and guitarist/producer Matthew Gleason.
    Tiger March draws inspiration from indie, synth pop, and chillwave artists like Small Black, Washed Out, College, Chvrches, Beach House, and Stars. The vocals are simple, sweet, and familiar. The music, intricately fun and indulgently pop all the way through...

  • The Bad Applez

    The Bad Applez

    It’s hard to compare our music to another artist or band, primarily because it sounds a lot different from any that we’ve ever heard.
    Our style definitely has its roots in rock and roll but is also influenced by blues, jazz, pop, alternative, and Latin Music, basically anything we’ve ever listened to and liked gets incorporated into our sound in some capacity.
    If there’s one thing that we can say about our music, it’s that it is raw, passionate, and honest. Each song tells a compelling story that we need the world to hear.

Set Times:
  • 07:45 PM - James Tillman
  • 08:30 PM - Bow
  • 09:15 PM - Nicole Hale
  • 10:05 PM - Tiger March
  • 11:15 PM - The Bad Applez

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