Sound Collective Showcase

Sound Collective Showcase

Miette Hope (10:45 PM)

Willow Stephens (9:45 PM)

Lucy Walsh (8:45 PM)

Michelle Vezilj (8:00 PM)

Thu, January 9, 2020

7:00 pm

Adv Tix $10.00/ DOS Tix $15.00

This event is all ages

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Sound Collective Showcase
Sound Collective Showcase
Feat: Miette Hope, Willow Stephens, Lucy Walsh and Michelle Vezilj
Miette Hope - (Set time: 10:45 PM)
Miette Hope
Miette Hope is a 23 year old singer-songwriter and independent artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her style can best be identified by its poetically honest lyrics accompanied by spatially rhythmic grooves. Drenched in neo-r&b/soul inflections, her songs melt into an embodied expression of her trials and triumphs. Hope’s vocals drive her narratives collectively and precisely, pin-pointing emotional cliffs that are reminiscent of many of our life’s indulgences. Gliding through rhythmic lines that are accented by infectious melodies, this artist carefully crafts an emotional journey will move your body and your soul.
Willow Stephens - (Set time: 9:45 PM)
Willow Stephens
Willow Stephens is an LA based songwriter and recording artist. The Montana native spent the first several years of her career performing as a solo act in and around the coffeehouses of the Pacific Northwest. A classically trained multi-instrumentalist, Stephens has strong roots in jazz, folk, R&B and classical music. Her effortless voice and carefully crafted lyrics weave together her eclectic mix of genres.

Her debut EP released in the spring of 2017. Produced by Philadelphia based production team Weathrman, the project is filled with easy grooves and throwback vibes with vocal stylings reminiscent of Norah Jones. With influences from doo-wop to hip-hop the EP is both nostalgic and future-facing all in one stroke. She made the move to Los Angeles in 2015 to pursue her songwriting career and signed a recording contract with grassroots label Miner League Co. in 2016. Miner League was a project created by hip-hop artist Andy Mineo. They parted ways in early 2018. Stephens returned to her independent roots and began releasing music on her own again later that year. The sultry single "Gold" is the first single from the upcoming album "All that Glitters" which comes out January 2020.
Lucy Walsh - (Set time: 8:45 PM)
Lucy Walsh
Lucy Marie Walsh is an Irish-American actress, classical pianist, singer and songwriter.
In the theatre, Lucy has performed in both Shakespearean and straight roles, winning numerous awards for her various productions. Television/film credits include "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "NCIS" "Criminal Minds", Garry Marshall's film "Mother's Day" (Lucy's original song "Winter Coat" is also in the film) and more.
Musically, Lucy has had 15 years of private study with a Juilliard master teacher. Signed to major record deals by Jay Z and David Letterman, Lucy has toured internationally with her music, most recently with Maroon 5, One Republic and Bruno Mars. She has performed on National Television with MTV's hit show "Rock the Cradle", earning the highest judge's score of the season, and described by the show's judge Larry Rudolph (long-time manager of Britney Spears, Aerosmith) as "The one to beat". She performed on the iconic British “Top of the Pops” with Ashlee Simpson, and has sung on prime festival stages including SXSW and Sundance Film Festival. Lucy has sung the National Anthem at Dodger Stadium, for President Bill Clinton, Tiger Woods and LA Mayor Eric Garcetti. Co-writing from LA to Nashville, New York to London, Lucy has collaborated with the top songwriters in the industry, including Billy Steinberg, Craig Wiseman, and The Dream, to name just a few. Lucy's Roy Orbison cover is featured on his recent "Under the Covers" album, and she is next featured in Billy Bob Thornton's new musical film project "And Then We Drove". Her music has been recorded by multiple recording artists in several languages, and her original songs have over 1 million plays online. She grew up in a very musical family, her dad is Joe Walsh, her uncle is Ringo Starr. She is currently working on two albums simultaneously, her own pop release and an instrumental piano record, both due for spring release. Although she has performed at every other major venue in LA, this is her first time performing at The Troubadour and she is THRILLED.
Michelle Vezilj - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Michelle Vezilj
"Michelle Vezilj is an award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter.

Recent credits include: opening for the multi-award winning Frank Turner, playing on the same bill as AMERICAN IDOL's Haley Reinhart, and singing the end credit song for Fantawild’s feature animation, BOONIE BEARS: BLAST INTO THE PAST.

Additionally, she just released her debut #MeToo inspired single FIRE GOES TO DIE which was described by PopMatters as "open, vulnerable, and fiercely outspoken" and by Broadway World as "profound and timely."

Michelle's next single I CANNOT LOVE YOU ANYMORE (releasing October 18, 2019) was produced by Wayne G. Miller with music and lyrics by Michelle Vezilj and music by Eric Dash. Wayne G. Miller has worked with music’s biggest names including Christina Perri, Demi Lovato, and most recently, AJ Mitchell."
Venue Information:
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069

All lineups and times subject to change