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Sapphire Sisters ARH 1


Hey, you seem like you could use some music and entertainment this weekend, and maybe just being in the company of some cool people. Consider the latest installment of SUNSETS AT GREAT SCOTT, on Sunday, November 20th, at 4pm. The line-up includes the Story Pirates, The Silver Lake Chorus, touring Nashville twosome Pilgrim, singer-songwriter Jesse Macht (your host), and our personal favorites…

THE SAPPHIRE SISTERS, Lost Moon Radio’s own beloved female folk duo (in a performance featuring Martha Marion, Jen Burton, Michael Wells, Dylan Ris, and Lauren Flans), who promise to surround your troubled heart in waves of pulsing harmony and sisterhood.

It’s all happening in a beautiful backyard-with-a-view in Echo Park, and it’s all FREE (thanks to a sponsorship from Airstream). There’s even free valet, or you can get 20% off a Lyft ride to and/or from the show with the code SSAGS. Warm clothes, picnic blankets, and beach chairs are encouraged.

Doesn’t that sound like a pretty great way to round out your weekend? More details here.

You can see the spectacular Silver Lake Chorus (featuring Lost Moon Radio’s Michael Wells) in a FREE SHOW this coming Monday night.  The group will be bringing its symphonic blend of joymongering to the Silverlake Lounge, 2906 W Sunset Blvd., and starting the set at 8pm, to be followed by some other great bands.  Maybe grab a café con leche or guava empanada next door at Cafe Tropical beforehand.  That place is delicious.

Hey! Did you know LMR’s Mikey Wells moonlights (along with the very talented Heather Ogilvy) as part of the indie folk duo BELLFLOWER? You can see them this Tuesday night at Room 5, performing with a great line-up of songwriters (including Jesse Macht, Danni Rosner, and Ari Herstand) who will be playing tunes round-robin style. Details:

21 and over, $10.
Room 5 Lounge
143 North La Brea Ave (above Amalfi restaurant)
doors at 8:30, show starts at 9.

Tickets available at the door or online here:

Mikey Wells and the rest of the Silver Lake Chorus will be performing a (free) show in Herrick Chapel at Occidental College this Friday, February 1st at 8:30.  Cool venue, awesomeacoustics, free show: it all adds up to a great way to experience this great local act, whether it’s your first time or you’re a well-established fan.  No RSVPs necessary, just show up.

Also, TSLC will be appearing on Good Day LA (KTTV Fox 11) around 9am TOMORROW to promote the show, so tune in if you’re looking for a little music in your morning.

The Silver Lake Chorus, profiled by LA Weekly:

The LA Weekly has a great new profile today on The Silver Lake Chorus, the community choir co-founded by Lost Moon drummer/singer/songwriter/vocal director/spiritual adviser Mikey Wells.

Photo Courtesy of the Silver Lake Chorus

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