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Olivia Grace / Kevin Sandbloom / Sarah Rogo / Kyle Britton / Hannah Cooper

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Olivia Grace / Kevin Sandbloom / Sarah Rogo / Kyle Britton / Hannah Cooper
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 7:45 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
  • 21 & over
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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)
  • Olivia Grace

    Olivia Grace

    "Indie pop singer Olivia Grace releases her new single “Blackbird,” which basically sounds like Norah Jones’ sexy evil twin ended up on the other side of the mirror in Wonderland. This darkly seductive track fuses Olivia’s eerie yet beautiful vocals, lyrics busy with metaphors, and daring tempo changes with waves of darkness...The track has true cinematic feels, making it easy to imagine perhaps on the soundtrack of American Horror Story." - Galore
    "Every once in a while, you’ll hear a song that just jumps out at you. Olivia Grace’s “Shoestrings” is one of these songs. Her unique style is both quirky & dark and brings with it a sense of innovation and a focus on introspective lyrics. The Brooklyn, NY transplant is bursting onto the music scene despite being brand new. In a few years’ time, I think she has what it takes to be a leading name in defining the genre of dark pop." -EARMILK

  • Kyle Britton

    Kyle Britton

    "Britton’s soul-packed voice drips with feeling."
    - Tam Sackman | All Things Go

    "Britton has a powerful, mesmerizing croon, which burns with love and fury, allowing him to inject the energy of rock into an instrumental, old-world folk-sensibility."
    - Elmore Magazine

    "Folk music is all about honesty, engaging stories and music standing for something.  Britton’s latest single “Villain” may as well be a case study for all of the qualities previously mentioned."

    "Kyle Britton is an exciting songwriter whose material is fresh, sensitive, rootsy, catchy. His natural charisma comes through in the music, opening an intriguing window into a familiar perspective in a refreshing way. On the verge of being on the level of the world’s greats, Kyle Britton could become a one-of-a-kind, big-time act."
    - Tim Reid | Music Connection Magazine

  • Kevin Sandbloom

    Kevin Sandbloom

    Kevin Sandbloom is a man who knows a little bit about rebirth and new beginnings. Throughout his career, he has continually reinvented himself. First he was a member of cover bands and then he did an extended stint with the popular Southern California band The Congregation. But, perhaps his most intriguing transformation has been as a traveling solo artist who wows crowds from Boston to St. Louis to his native Los Angeles. Five full-length albums and an EP under his belt, he is currently touring and promoting his latest recording, Under Pink and Bourbon Skies. He has performed on stages as diverse as Poetry N Motion in London, England to Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York to Berklee College of Music in Boston to B.B. King's Blues Club in Los Angeles and is a fixture at music and poetry venues across the U.S. He brings a fresh sound to an industry weaned on Auto-tune without being retro or dated. Regarded as a songwriter at the top of his game, he wrote the title track for Grammy-nominated guitar legend Robben Ford’s Supernatural album. He has also contributed music to many independent films including Laurence Fishburne’s directorial debut, Once in the Life and he had a featured appearance on the ABC Family series “Lincoln Heights.” He has shared stages and studios with Michael McDonald, Gil Scott-Heron, Vinny Caliutta, Goapele, Bilal, Jimmy Earl, The Zap Band, poet Talaam Acey and countless other artists. He is highly sought after for collaborations with other musicians, singers and poets and uses his musical prowess to advance social causes like economic justice and environmental consciousness. Sandbloom is currently hard at work recording new material, completing his latest CD/DVD project and working with other artists.

  • Sarah Rogo

    Sarah Rogo

    Sarah Rogo has long blond hair, loves to surf and play the blues on her National guitars.
     While she may look and sound like your prototypical Southern Californian, the 25-year- old
    singer, guitarist and songwriter was born in New England. She moved to the seaside beach
    town of Encinitas, CA, less than two years ago, and has taken the local San Diego music
    scene by storm.
    “Everyone in my family has always known California was my home,” she says. “Ever since I
    was a young girl, I’ve dreamt of being a surfer.”
    A nominee for Best Singer-Songwriter at the 2017 San Diego Music Awards, Rogo first
    picked up a guitar at 13 as a way of performing the songs she’d already written. A self-
    proclaimed band nerd, she played saxophone, bassoon and clarinet and conducted the
    school marching band.
    Growing up, Sarah spent hours listening to music in the local public library, where her
    tastes ran from klezmer and Middle Eastern sounds to a 1991 live album recorded by
    Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Alone and Acoustic, which changed her life.

  • Hannah Cooper

    Hannah Cooper

    Born and raised in rural Minnesota, folk/jazz singer/songwriter Hannah Cooper grew up in a blizzard of show tunes and film scores. Hannah’s bold melodies could stand alone, but her complex guitar work is what weaves the story. Colored by a voice that is both playful and chocolatey rich, Hannah’s songs are built with florid chord progressions that reflect her classical/jazz guitar training and has won her awards. She won Best Folk Song in the 2017 American Songwriting awards and also got a nomination for Best Folk Song in the ASA and 2016 Hollywood Songwriting Contest. Hannah will release her first EP, “A Time for Truth” in Fall 2017.  

Set Times:
  • 07:45 PM - Kyle Britton
  • 08:30 PM - Kevin Sandbloom
  • 09:15 PM - Olivia Grace
  • 10:20 PM - Sarah Rogo
  • 11:30 PM - Hannah Cooper

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