Lauren Villani with All Our Friends

TurnStyle Music Group Presents

Lauren Villani with All Our Friends

Halfway Hamill, John Brodeur

Sat, February 9, 2013

7:00 pm

Ella Lounge

New York, NY

$5.00

This event is 21 and over

Lo Vee - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Lo Vee
I like to make people sing, dance, and laugh.

Singer/Songwriter living in New York City. Lo Vee has lots to say so she can sing to you all day. " I don't sing it if I don't mean it"

Lo Vee sings original and cover songs arranged and performed by an amazingly talented concoction of musicians who Lo get's to call her friends. She uses live performances of music as a cover, in reality she is trying to get as many of her friends as possible in one room. It is really all about the love.
Halfway Hamill - (Set time: 7:00 PM)
Halfway Hamill
Bill "Halfway" Hamill, is an acoustic singer/songwriter from what in his mind is not only the capital of Rock 'N Roll, but the world's greatest city: Detroit , Michigan. Born and raised at 8 Mile and Gratiot ,the sounds of Motown were ingrained into his mind before he could even talk, let alone sing. It would be Motley Crue's "Theater of Pain" released in 1985, when Hamill was but only 9 years old, that would shape the rest of his life. Performing since middle school, to this very day barely a week goes by where you won't find Hamill performing. Amongst the places Hamill has performed are Detroit's Hard Rock Cafe, Mount Clemens' Emerald Theater, Metro Detroit's Arts, Beats, and Eats festival, and the world famous Gratiot Cruise on a number of occasions. Hamill was just recently a featured performer at the Interfusion Music Summit in Cathedral City, CA. Beyond performing, in the past Hamill has hosted his own syndicated internet radio show "Hamill's Halfway House" as well as produce and mentor young and upcoming local Detroit area acts.
John Brodeur - (Set time: 10:00 PM)
John Brodeur
Indie-pop troubadour,” “one-man rock & roll band,” and “workhorse multi-instrumentalist” are all accurate descriptions of John Brodeur. Since announcing his arrival with 2001′s Tiger Pop, the NYC-based singer-songwriter has released a series of critically praised solo LPs, fronted two bands (the Suggestions and Maggie Mayday), and toured the nation extensively, both on his own and as a member of numerous bands (including the Morning After Girls, Soren Well, and Hector on Stilts). Following a successful campaign to fund the 2011 reissue/re-recording of Tiger Pop, Brodeur is again teaming with PledgeMusic to bring his latest collection, Little Hopes, to fans in early 2013. With sounds that run the gamut, from Beatlesque acoustic confessionals (“Daily Affirmation”) to locomotive guitar rock (“One Man Army”) to lush, orchestral pop (“Dig”), Little Hopes is an honest cross-section of the artist’s distinctive musical palette, and Brodeur’s most surprising record to date.
Venue Information:
Ella Lounge
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009
http://ellalounge.com/