Wednesday, October 10, 2012

PF Sloan, Creed Bratton and more in Altadena Oct. 27

The Coffee Gallery Backstage
2029 N. Lake
Altadena, CA.  Phone For Reservations:  (626) 798-6236


PF SLOAN... His songs have been recorded by hundreds of Artists from  Mel Jan and Dean.“Secret Agent,” by Johnny Rivers, “Eve of Destruction,” by Barry McGuire, “You Baby,” and “Let Me Be,” The Turtles
“Where Were You When I Needed You.” by The Grassroots, “A Must To Avoid,” By Hermans Hermits, and many others. He is considered one of the influential songwriters in American music. In 2012 he was honored with a nomination to the Songwriters Hall of Fame.  He is somewhat of a mystery though to many, and his rare live performances may have been the reason for Jimmy Webbs ode, ”I Have Been Seeking PF Sloan!”
Lead guitarist on all the Mamas & Papas hits including “California Dreamin’” as well as many hits by the Grassroots. His first Musical Play with Stephen E. Feinberg about the real life of LV Beethovenis in the works.

MARIE MORESHEAD...With an acoustic guitar in hand, Marie Moreshead has shared the stage with regionally and nationally touring acts including Ray LaMontagne, Sonya Kitchell, and NeedToBreathe. In 2010, she was voted “Best Female Vocalist” in the Portland Phoenix Best Music Poll Awards and was selected as a showcase artist for the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in New York. Moreshead collaborates with producer Doctor Rosen Rosen in their band wanderhouse, and their cover of the classic "Love Hurts," was featured on the CW's show Ringer starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. She  lives in Los Angeles.

CREED BRATTON..... is an American actor and musician, a former member of The Grass Roots. Nowadays, he is best known for playing a fictional version of himself on the American adaptation of The Office on NBC. 
Creed Bratton is one of the funniest people on the planet as well as being a very talented singer - songwriter-guitarist. His years with The Grassroots, one of Americas great top 40 bands, is where he learned his craft. 
He weaves his humor and music together in a way that is a true delight! 

Saturday, October 27. Show @ 7:00 P.M. Tixs: $20

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