See Amy Helm at the Grammy Museum Sept. 29

Posted by Amoebite, September 22, 2015 05:10pm | Post a Comment

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The Grammy Museum presents The Drop: Amy Helm on Sept. 29, sponsored by Amoeba.

Helm will appear in downtown Los Angeles at the Clive Davis Theater for a performance and discussion, hosted by Scott Goldman, VP of the Grammy Foundation. Tickets are $20, and doors are at 7:30 p.m.

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The bluegrass-inspired singer/songwriter comes from an estimable pedigree as the daughter of The Band drummer Levon Helm and singer Libby Titus. She has played with her father in the Levon Helm Band and served as a co-producer on his Grammy-winning 2007 album, Dirt Farmer. Now, Levon Helm is a featured drummer on her debut album, Didn’t It Rain, which was released earlier this year. The album features 12 mostly original songs and includes a version of Sam Cooke’s “Good News.”

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The Grammy Museum Presents The Drop: Joy Williams Aug. 19

Posted by Amoebite, August 6, 2015 06:06pm | Post a Comment

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Amoeba is proud to sponsor folk singer Joy Williams at the Grammy Museum Aug. 19 for their live program "The Drop." She’ll appear for an intimate performance and discussion at the museum’s Clive Davis Theatre, starting at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20.

joy williams venusWilliams came into fame as one half of the popular folk-rock duo The Civil Wars. Along with bandmate John Paul White, the band won four Grammy Awards, including Best Country Duo/Group Performance in 2014 for “From This Valley,” from the band’s self-titled album.

That same year, the band broke up. Since then, Williams has returned to her solo career, which began prior to The Civil Wars, with the releases By Surprise (2002), Genesis (2005) and a number of EPs.

Now the singer/songwriter has released a new album called Venus, which came out in June. Williams collaborates on the album with Michael Einziger and Charlie Peacock, among others. Listen to the upbeat “Woman (Oh Mama)” below:

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Americana Artist Jackie Greene Comes to the Grammy Museum Aug. 11

Posted by Amoebite, August 4, 2015 06:57pm | Post a Comment

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Amoeba is proud to sponsor Jackie Greene at the Grammy Museum Aug. 11 at part of the Americana series of its program "The Drop." He'll appear to discuss his career and new album, Back to Birth (out Aug. 21, now available for preorder), and will perform live at the Clive Davis Theater.

jackie greene back to birth cd lpThe show starts at 8 p.m., and doors are at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20, however, they are currently sold out.

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The Milk Carton Kids Come to L.A.'s GRAMMY Museum May 18

Posted by Amoebite, May 5, 2015 04:49pm | Post a Comment

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Amoeba is proud to sponsor The Drop: Milk Carton Kids, presented by The GRAMMY Museum, on May 18 at 8 p.m. Tickets are currently sold out.

the milk carton kids monterey cdThe Milk Carton Kids will appear at the Clive Davis Theater for an intimate performance and Q&A moderated by Scott Goldman, Vice President of MusiCares and the GRAMMY Foundation. They’ll discuss the band’s new album, Monterey, which is due May 19 on ANTI-.  You can preorder the album on LP and CD now.

The genre-bending Americana duo released their debut album, The Ash & Clay, in 2013 to rapturous acclaim, garnering a GRAMMY nomination for Best Folk Album and winning Group of the Year at the 2014 Americana Music Awards. For Monterey, band members Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan created the album in concert halls, churches and theaters across the country in aims of achieving the spontaneity of a live show. The band continues to incorporate jazz, classical and dark lyricism into its sound, which Paste magazine has said carries an “intellectual sophistication.”

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Amoeba Presents Gurrumul in Los Angeles at the El Rey May 6

Posted by Amoebite, March 19, 2015 03:43pm | Post a Comment

gurrumulAboriginal folk singer Gurrumul brings his angelic voice and stirring, spiritual acoustic music to LA's El Rey Theatre on May 6. Amoeba and Goldenvoice are proud to co-present. You can buy tickets at Amoeba Hollywood with a low service fee or online here.

Gurrumul (real name Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu) has been called “Australia’s most important voice” by Rolling Stone. Gurrumul was born blind and a member of Gumatj clan on Elcho Island. On his self-titled debut album, Gurrumul sings in a mixture of Yolngu and English about such subjects as his love for his country, spiritual connection with the land, the death of his father and difficulty of living as a blind man.

Beyond his homeland, Gurrumul has performed for President Barack Obama and the British Royal Family, and Gurrumul won several ARIA Awards (Australia’s version of the Grammys), including Best World Music Album.

Hear the inspiring “Wiyathul” in the video below:


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