Concerts

Banner photo: Jim Kwan

 

 

 

The Los Angeles tour was a great experience. The first show was at The Republic of Pie—a coffee shop in North Hollywood famous for its coffee and, well, pies.  They feature live music 7 nights a week.  I was on for an hour.   Great to be part of that venue's commitment to live music! 

 

Then on to the Tribal Cafe.  A real neighbourhood gem and a very attentive audience.  Thanks to Eddie and all for making that a great experience.  

Next, I played at Cahuenga General Store and Cafe.  All the other acts were stand-up comedians.  That made for a new experience for me.  I told the audience I was the non-comic relief.

My final gig was the Pig 'N Whistle on Hollywood Boulevard.  This was a remarkable experience in one of LA's historic venues.  We are told that Judy Garland celebrated her 16th birthday in the Backstage room, where the current Open Mic is held.  Such a fascinating array of performers ... and me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     At the Republic of Pie, North Hollywood, California.     (Photo by Cole Walliser  © Copyright)

At the Republic of Pie, North Hollywood, California. (Photo by Cole Walliser © Copyright)