It’s another terrific Tuesday this week. J.C. Brooks and the Uptown Sound will be shaking up the Mint with their rockin’ R&B tunes. Their album Want More was one of my fave albums last year. Canadian singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards ventures to the El Rey to share her recently released CD, Voyageur, which was produced by Justin Vernon. Over at the Staples Center, Lady Antebellum will be holding court with ex-Hootie frontman Darius Rucker and Thompson Square on the bill.
On Thursday night, NYC-based singer-songwriter Jay Brannan comes to the Hotel Café bringing with him tunes from his new album, Rob Me Blind. A Silent Film will fill the Bootleg Theater with its lovely orchestral pop. Keep an eye out for their next CD, Sand & Snow, due in June. Meanwhile, the Coffee Gallery Backstage hosts the Liverpool band, The Good Intentions, who’ll serve up Americana-inspired music.
One of my favorite singer-songwriters Todd Snider takes the stage at the El Rey on Friday. He has a new disc, Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables too. L.A. mainstay Jon Brion returns to the Largo stage while up-and-coming country singer Ty Stone will be at the House of Blues.
The Loom will be weaving their chamber folk tunes at the Satellite on the 31st while April starts off with the lively sounds of the Saw Doctors at the Troubadour.