Music Friday Live!

Two remarkable women with music and stories to tell. Cuesta Loeb & Cusi Coyllur

NYC native Cuesta Loeb comes from a family of musicians — the world-renown jazz guitarist Chuck Loeb and Spanish singer-songwriter/actress Carmen Cuesta. Growing up between the US and Spain, she studied classical flute and bassoon and played in orchestras, she was  never able to find her voice in classical music. In 2015, she moved to Los Angeles and began experimenting in her own songwritin...[Read More]

Lanita – listen to your heartbeat. Glass Mansions – electropop you can’t forget

North Carolina-born, LA-based singer/songwriter Lanita Smith grew up singing in the family church. That experience helped her to decide that music would be her life and career — and the rest is history. She went from performing locally to being featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live in under 3 years!  Lanita was handpicked by legendary producer Don Was as the winner of Guitar Center’s Singer  S...[Read More]

Kirsten Collins and David Poe. Their songs and videos all make waves.

Kirsten Collins began working with Grammy producers and writers in the beginning of her teen years. Her potential for stardom was evident early on as she was singing on key when she was less than 2 years old. She sang her first solo at age 5 and wrote her first song at 6. At the age of 9 was fronting adult bands at professional events. She then went on to win Calgary Junior Idol when she was 10. S...[Read More]

Jail Guitar Doors co-founder Wayne Kramer of MC5, plus R&B soul queen H’Atina.

Native Angelino, H’Atina, Released her debut EP in 2002, and the single from the album, “Change” was an immediate hit. But her love of music and singing started years earlie at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, where she studied  performance, chorus, musical theatre, songwriting, and vocal jazz…and learned to develop herflexible voice to carry  rhythm & blues, pop, funk, neo-s...[Read More]

Gina Chavez gives us a peek at her forthcoming album.

Gina Chavez is a bilingual Latin-folk singer/songwriter who blends the sounds of the Americas with tension and grace. Her music blends cumbia, bossa nova, vintage pop, reggaeton, and folk combined with dynamic vocals and sharp social commentary. She is the 2014 John Lennon Songwriting Contest Grand Prize Winner for her song “Siete-D,” a rock-cumbia-rap mix that explores the delights and dangers of...[Read More]

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