Luna performs Bewitched

Luna performs Bewitched

Britta Phillips, D.A. Stern

Sat, February 18, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$25.00 - $28.00

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This event is all ages

Official ID required for those who are 16+.


Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Luna
Luna
Luna return to the Teragram Ballroom to perform their classic 1994 album Bewitched plus other hits!
Britta Phillips
Britta Phillips
Britta Phillips plays bass in Luna and has released three albums as Dean & Britta with husband and bandmate, Dean Wareham. The duo also score films together, most notably Noah Baumbach's, The Squid & The Whale and Mistress America

Luck or Magic is Britta's debut solo album, released April 29th on Double Feature Records, produced by Britta and Eric Broucek (with additional production by Scott Hardkiss on two tracks)

"After years of collaborating with Dean Wareham in both Luna and in Dean & Britta, Britta Phillips has at last ventured on her own for her debut album, right with the gossamer, exotic melodies so synonymous with Phillips' other musical projects. But Luck or Magic allows Phillips to shine, exhibiting that beyond being a fine vocalist and instrumentalist, she's also a superb songwriter." (John Everhart) – AV CLUB album review
D.A. Stern
D.A. Stern
Someone lost in the wild of suburban New Jersey could have recently noticed a yellow NILSSON vanity plate parked in the driveway of a quaint kosher house, stumbled inside, and witnessed D.A. Stern and his mom, Annette, drinking red wine, cracking dirty jokes, and watching the New York Yankees on a Wednesday afternoon. By nightfall however, D.A., full name David Aaron, would toil away down below on his inaugural maudlin basement pop gem, Aloha Hola.

Equally inspired by Albert Brooks, Sandy Koufax, and Elvis Costello, Stern, now an Angeleno, is as much a sum of his inspirations, as he is none of them. Like the harmony of pickled herring and pumpernickel bread, D.A. Stern’s music is the kind paradoxical convergence that provides a welcomed draft into the family room of a breathing house, and yet, the themes of detached melancholy permeate his songs.
Venue Information:
The Teragram Ballroom
1234 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90017
http://www.teragramballroom.com/