The Discovery Project- "The Sky Remains: Exploring the past, present and future of Los Angeles"
Pianist/composer Josh Nelson is thrilled to announce a very special weekend at the Blue Whale in LA, January 27 and 28, 2017!
Josh's good friends and fellow creative artists are part of the latest version of L.A.'s own multi-media experience "Discovery Project", called "The Sky Remains: Exploring the Past, Present and Future of Los Angeles. "
A visual and aural feast for the senses, and from stories and songs about LA themes: from Griffith Park, to Droughts and Floods, and Bridges and Tunnels....the music from the film "Chinatown", stories about Arcadia, tiki and exotica, amusement park culture, and many more themes!
Featuring new and older music by Josh, Kathleen Grace, Elliot Smith, Russ Garcia, Jerry Goldsmith, and Anthony Wilson!
This will be a weekend not to be missed!
NPR will be recording on Saturday night for a later broadcast, featured on the show "Jazz Night in America".
Josh Nelson- piano
Kathleen Grace, Lillian Sengpiehl- vocals
Anthony Wilson- guitar
Josh Johnson- alto sax
Chris Lawrence- trumpet
Brian Walsh- clarinets
Alex Boneham- bass
Dan Schnelle- drums
Travis Flournoy- projections, video design
Claudia Carballada, Jesse Ottinger- scenography
Robert Petersen- narration
Mark your calendars!
www.joshnelsonmusic.com (new website coming SOON!)
The Blue Whale (View)
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St Suite 301
Los Angeles, CA 90012
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
||Trying to buy tickets for "The Sky Remains" show on brownpapertickets.com, but it shows the tickets as "Not Available." Does that mean that they're sold out? Will there be tickets at the door?
||Hi Zak- thanks so much for your interest in the show! The ticket link is pending admin approval right now. It should be live sometime today. Just check back. Thank you!|