UPDATE: We’ll be starting as close to 9:30 as possible. Good news: we’ll have the rest of the evening to ourselves. I just got word of the possible delay, it’s been changed on the Genghis calendar to 9:45.
Looking forward to being back at Genghis to close out the summer. Oh yes, the suit was from a sidelining gig I did for the TV show Scandal this month. I’m playing “Summer Soft” from Stevie Wonder’s Songs in the Key of Life at a White House party. The whole company were super nice people. It was a great surprise to get the call, especially because I’m a fan of the show. It’ll show in episode 2 of the new season. Getting to play a Stevie song really got me inspired. His musical freedom is just audacious! It makes me really excited to share some newer stuff with you all!
See you on the 9th!
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Meet the sixteen artists of The Dream is the Truth: Art Inspired by Frida Kahlo exhibition at the opening reception on Friday, September 15, 6-8 p.m. at City Hall Council Chamber, 6650 Beach Blvd.
Guests will have the chance to meet the artists and view their artwork, inspired by Frida Kahlo in many ways, while enjoying live music and poetry. The event is free and open to the public.
Frida Kahlo’s life and work has served as inspiration to artists of many identities for decades. The title for this show comes from Zora Neale Hurston’s seminal novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God. Although Kahlo’s work has often been described as Surrealist, she resisted the label, asserting, “I don’t paint dreams or nightmares, I paint my own reality.”
The Dream is the Truth will be on display at Buena Park City Hall Council Chamber September 12 – November 2, 2017. The Exhibiting Artist Program nurtures partnerships between artists, presenters, art organizations and the greater Buena Park Community.
For more information or to confirm viewing availability, please contact the Fine Arts Division at (714) 562-3868.
Moments of Claireity is a night of personal storytelling and music surrounding the theme POOL! Storytellers include Steve Kowalski, Christopher Korbel, Erica Gerard,
Rich Tackenberg and Terri Mintz. Hosted by Claire Partin with music by Jason Luckett!
Notes:A night dedicated to celebrating the music of Harry Nilsson. Performers include: Curtis Armstrong, Lyn Bertles, Milo Binder, Jason Berk, Rob Bonfiglio, Alan Boyd, Cait Brennan, Cynthia Carle, Bronwyn Cassedy, Anny Celsi, Teresa Cowles, Joe Giddings, Simon Glickman, Nicholas Guzman, Rich Hromadka, The JAC Trio, David Jenkins, Stephen Kalinich, Jim Laspessa, Jason Luckett, Allison Macleod, Adam Marsland, Kiefo Nilsson, Zak Nilsson, Fernando Perdomo, Marc Platt, The Regal Peaches, Neil Rosengarden, Dave Sobel, Carolyn Soyars, Dave Soyars, Steve Stanley, Triumph of the Egg, Mo Troper, James Michael Tyler, Nick Vincent, The Walker Brigade, Rachel Wolfe, Zimmy and more!
I saw this at a school recently and thought, “That’s what we need to plant!” I hope to bring lots of that to you on Friday the 10th. Come early and enjoy some great Chinese food and let’s talk after! (Admission is cash only, by the way.)