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  • Django Reinhardt was a Romani-French guitarist who was most active in the 1930s and '40s, played in ... a lot of musicians, including a young Texan kid named Noah Lit. Today, Lit fronts his big band Noah and the MegaFauna , ... They wrote the song the night before Lit headed into the studio . While recording, he opted for something a bit different. He recalls ...
  • Noah and the MegaFauna showcases their eclectic sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, in this raucous live performance on KCET’ s Studio A. ...
  • ... sound, ranging from gypsy jazz to indie rock, to KCET' s Studio A.Discover more about Noah and the MegaFauna in their own words.On the ...
  • ... and Central California, has announced the launch of Studio A, an original music series showcasing Southern California's top musical ...
  • Artbound Presents Studio A is an original music series showcasing Southern California artists and bands . The series reflects the diversity of the region through the cultural ...
  • ... cultural map of music making continues shifting in East L.A., Chicano Batman has become the sound of local Latino music in the 21st ... to try to get into these venues because that's where the shows are at. That's where the big population of people going to see live ...
  • ... draped with multi-vocal harmonies. The group produces a phenomenally big sound for only six people; it helps that at least half the ... via a serendipitous path. They feel like one of those bands that could only come out of L.A., which is to say that it's hard to ...
  • ... barefoot," says Alex Hwang, lead singer/songwriter for L.A.'s Run River North, standing shoeless before an intimate audience during the ... via a serendipitous path. They feel like one of those bands that could only come out of L.A., which is to say that it's hard to ...
  • At LACMA, exhibition " Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada" traces an overall chronology of the assemblage ... socio-political consciousness in his work -- Purifoy was a Black man born and raised in the segregated South, Alabama no less, and lived ... (LACMA) until Sept. 27, reveals his finely tuned artistry, a soulmate to Marcel Duchamp and Louise Nevelson, a man whose creative gifts ...
  • ... anything," Davis moved to the West Coast where he found a job in MOCA LA's bookstore. Davis cited the bookstore as being his strongest ... his vision of bringing compelling art and challenging shows to a neighborhood setting typically lacking such access. Since its ...

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