May Concert Dates in Los Angeles {and surrounding cities}

Alice Russell - Image By Art Don't Sleep

Alice Russell – Image By Art Don’t Sleep

Paramore and Kitten – The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA – 5/01 at 7PM

Mariachi Divas – Fred Kavli Theatre-Thousand Oaks Civic Arts, Thousand Oaks, CA – 5/03 at 8PM

Alice Russell Live – First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, Ca – 5/04 at 8PM

Cherie Currie Voice of The Runaways – Tiki Bar, Costa Mesa, CA – 5/04 at 8PM

Deana Martin Sings Dino – a Tribute To Her Father the King of Cool-Dean Martin – Vitello’s Jazz & Supper Club, Studio City, CA – 5/04-5/05 at 8PM

Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers – SLO BREW, San Luis Obispo, CA – 5/04 at 7PM

Wilson Phillips – Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills, CA – 5/04 at 9PM

Mariachi Divas – Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, Cabazon, CA – 5/05 at 3PM

Tift Merritt Plus Harper Simon – The Federal Bar, North Hollywood, CA – 5/05 at 11AM

Jihae – Viper Room, West Hollywood, CA – 5/07 at 7:30PM

Marina & the Diamonds featuring Charli XCX – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA – 5/07 at 8PM

Kate Nash – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA – 5/09 at 8PM

Miranda Lambert: Locked & ReLoaded Tour – Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, CA – 5/09 at 7PM

Honey Noir – Genghis Cohen, Los Angeles, CA – 5/10 at 7:30PM

Miki Howard – Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood, CA – 5/10 – 5/12 at 7:30PM

Marina & the Diamonds – Shrine Expo Hall, Los Angeles, CA – 5/11 at 8PM

Noelia – Mind Blown – House of Blues Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, CA – 5/15 at 7PM

Sara Bareilles – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA – 5/15 at 8PM

Lisa Hilton – Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood, CA – 5/16 at 8:30PM

Tuck & Patti – Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood, CA – 5/24 – 5/26 at 7:30PM

The Detroit Cobras – Constellation Room, Santa Ana, CA – 5/26 at 8PM

Erykah Badu – San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino, Highland, CA – 5/30 at 7:30PM

K. Michelle – Tru Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA – 5/30 at 8PM


April Concert Dates in Los Angeles (and surrounding cities)


Lindsey Stirling with The Vibrant sound – House of Blues Anaheim, Anaheim, CA – 4/02 at 7 PM
Ryan Leslie featuring Dawn Richard / Blackbear – Yost Theater, Santa Ana, CA, 4/03 at 8 PM
Lindsey Stirling – The Fonda Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 4/04 at 7 PM
Kristina Sky featuring Tempo and Staley – Yost Theater, Santa Ana, CA, 4/05 at 10 PM
Helen Reddy – Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood, CA – 4/6 at 8:30 PM
Rihanna Diamonds World Tour – STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA – 4/8 at 7:30 PM
Rihanna Diamonds World Tour – Honda Center, Anaheim, CA – 4/9 at 7:30 PM
Dianna Reeves with the Luckman Jazz Orchestra – Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Los Angeles, CA, 4/13 at 8 PM
The Fabulous Miss Wendy with Sara Rae, Piel, Hear Kitty Kitty, Heav – Viper Room, West Hollywood, CA, 4/15 at 7:30 PM
La Roux – The Fonda Theatre, Hollywood, CA – 4/18 at 8 PM
Bella Donna – Stevie Nicks Tribute – The Canyon, Agoura Hills, CA – 4/19 at 9 PM
Keyshia Cole – Club Nokia, Los Angeles, CA – 4/19 at 7 PM
Rita Coolidge – Catalina Bar & Grill, Hollywood, CA – 4/25 – 4/27 at 8:30 PM
Purity Ring – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA – 4/18 at 8 PM
Joan Osborne – The Canyon, Agoura Hills, CA – 4/28 at 9 PM


Los Angeles Concert Dates for March 2013

Lianne La Havas

Lianne La Havas

  • Morgan Page – Club Nokia Los Angeles, CA Friday 3/1 at 9pm
  • Oleta Adams – Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood, CA Friday 3/1 & 3/2 at 8:30pm
  • Rachelle Ferrell – Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood, CA Thursday 3/7 – 3/10 at 8:30pm & 10:30pm
  • Matt & Kim with Papa – The Observatory Santa Ana, CA Friday 3/8 at 8pm
  • An evening with Rufus Wainwright & Lucy Wainwright, Roche Pappy and Harriets –  Pioneertown Palace Pioneertown, CA Friday 3/8 at 8:30pm
  • Alicia Keys – Staple Center Los Angeles, CA Tuesday 3/12 at 7:30pm
  • Lianne La Havas – El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA Tuesday 3/19 & 3/20 at 8pm
  • Sister Sparrow & The Dirtybirds/Monophonics/Alan Evans Trio – Fan Roxy Theater West Hollywood Friday 3/29 at 7:30pm
  • Dilana Genghis Cohen Los Angeles, CA Friday 3/29 at 10pm
  • LaLah Hathaway – Club Nokia Los Angeles, CA Saturday 3/30 at 7pm

February 2013 Concert Dates

Emeli Sandé

Emeli Sandé

Lange & Betsie Larkin – Yost Theater (Santa Ana, CA) – 2/01/13 at 10pm

Tegan & Sara – Club Nokia (Los Angeles, CA) – 2/01/13 at 8pm

Emeli Sande, Emily King, and Lucy Schwartz – El Rey Theater (Los Angeles, CA) – 2/06/13 at 8pm

Solange and Jhené Aiko – House of Blues Sunset Strip (West Hollywood, CA) – 2/07/13 at 8pm

Angie Stone – Terrace Theater Long Beach Convention Center and Entertainment (Long Beach, CA) – 2/09/13 at 7pm

Santigold – House of Blues Sunset Strip (West Hollywood, CA) – 2/09/13 at 8pm

Bonnie Raitt – Terrace Theater Long Beach Convention Center and Entertainment (Long Beach, CA) – 2/14/13 at 8pm

Linda Eder – City National Grove of Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) – 2/14/13 at 8pm

Toni Braxton– San Manuel Bingo and Casino (Highland, CA) – 2/14/13 at 7:30pm

Jhené Aiko – Tru Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA) – 2/14/13 at 8pm

Michelle Kelly – House of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) – 2/20/13 at 6pm

Nikki Lang – Genghis Cohen (Los Angeles, CA) – 2/22/13 at 7:30pm

Brandy – Club Nokia (Los Angeles, CA) – 2/22/13 at 7pm

Oleta Adams – Catalina Bar & Grill (Los Angeles, CA) – 2/28/13 at 8pm


January Concert Dates


Chrisette Michele – Key Club (West Hollywood, CA) – 1/12/13 at 7:30 PM
Madi Diaz – The Hotel Cafe (North Hollywood, CA) – 1/15/13 at 8:00 PM
Chaka Khan – Morongo Casino Resort and Spa (Cabazon, CA) – 1/18/13 at 9:00 PM
The Mary Jane Girls – Morongo Casino Resort and Spa (Cabazon, CA) – 1/18/13 at 10:30 PM
Jessie Ware w/ Rochelle Jordan and RAC – El Rey Theatre (Los Angeles, CA) – 1/23/13 at 8:00 PM

Concerts, LA Timez

Highlights from Rachel Assil’s ‘The Opus Unplugged’ Album Release

Some of indie music’s brightest singers, songwriters and producers took over The Roxy on Sunset Strip Thursday night. Rachel Assil assembled a handful of  talented friends to celebrate the release of her album, The Opus Unplugged, such as Timothy Bloom, Tha Boogie, Dezi Paige and others.

As soon as we entered the venue, Timothy Bloom’s performance began.

With a voice like Donny Hathaway and the sex appeal of D’Angelo, he wooed the crowd. His equally awesome band and backup singers added to rhapsody that he stirred. A woman next to us couldn’t help herself and screamed, Timothy! Will you marry me?!” Yes, he was that mesmerizing.

Timothy Bloom with Dezi Paige

In between sets, DJ Paris Paul helped the crowd stay warmed up and interested. He was high energy the entire night with his mixes.

Ms. D-NICE, a percussionist/drummer, dubbed as the next Sheila E., did an on-the-spot performance where she timed her beats to every song that the DJ pumped out. The crowd went in a frenzy over her performance.

Shortly thereafter, Rachel Assil hit the stage.

Behind her Steinway & Sons piano, she belted out The Opus Unplugged, a sincere, soulful record touches on life, love, betrayal and deceit. “Cold Cold Coma” got the biggest reaction from the crowd. Definitely one of the standout tracks.

Make sure to get it on iTunes.

Tha Boogie finished off the fun-filled night.

Their energy level is off the charts!

Rachel hopped on stage to party with the duo.

We were all smiles and ringing ears afterwards. On our way out, we ran into Maya and Nandy of Heroine December.

Overall, great great great night. Supreme voices. Phenomenal music. Live music is everything!


Rachel Assil’s Official Album Release with Melody Thornton, Tha Boogie, Timothy Bloom, DJ Warrior & Dezi Paige & Irene Diaz

Recording artist, Rachel Assil, will celebrate the release of her debut album, Rachel Assil: The Opus Unplugged, with an evening at the Roxy Theatre. On August 30th, these artists will share the stage in a big night of music.

The evening—a black & white attire affair—will feature guest performances by Grammy award winning, Timothy Bloom and Raphael Saadiq’s protégés, duo Tha Boogie. Also performing will be Dezi Paige, Irene Diaz, and special guest, Melody Thornton—who will be joining Assil on select songs.

Timothy Bloom Grammy award winner has written and produced songs for Chris Brown, NeYo, and many others. Tha Boogie just recently opened for Raphael Saadiq on his European tour, hit SXSW while their single Keepsake received radio love from KCRW and others. Worldwide success DJ Warrior has had countless features from NY Times, LA Times, to Jay Leno and MTV. And our very special guest, international pop star Melody Thornton [formally of the group] The Pussycat Dolls has just released her critically acclaimed mixtape ‘P.O.Y.B.L’ and has recently confirmed the title of her debut album. ‘Hit The Ground Running’ to be released later this year.

The Opus Unplugged, recorded by Jason Patterson at the Palms Studio X in Las Vegas, features soulful records dedicated to an array of matters ranging from life and love to betrayal and deceit. Encompassing some of the most sincere qualities that a storyteller can possess, it has repeatedly been described as “raw” by industry heavyweights.

“Smokey. Bone-chilling from the soul. Leon Russell, Julie London, and Carole King have been remixed and reborn in Rachel Assil,” said Marshall Tarley of ASCAP.

“Truth, passion, soul, joy, pain, honesty, conviction, drive, determination,” says Grammy award winning producer and songwriter, Justin “Just Blaze” Smith, “Rachel Assil embodies all of these things in her music.”

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For more information on Rachel Assil, please visit her website at

Assil may be one of the industry’s best kept secrets, but she is no stranger. Her musical accolades are plentiful. She has opened for Anthony Hamilton, and has performed before major figures in the entertainment circuit including Denzel Washington, Diane Warren, and Linda Perry. She’s written with artists such as Sandy Vee, REO, AR Rahman, DQ of The Writing Camp, Harold Lilly, Blac Elvis, Nate Walka, Stacy Barthe, and Timothy Bloom, even scoring her first international placement with Toby Gad. Additionally, Assil was signed to international recording artist, producer & songwriter Akon.