Gia On The Move



Sunday Afternoon Concerts in the Dome Return to Mount Wilson Observatory

Contributed by Deborah Klugman Music and nature lovers! Sunday Afternoon Concerts in the Dome are back at Mount Wilson Observatory with two live concerts on August 1 and September 5, held in the vaulted dome of the Observatory’s 100-foot telescope.... Continue Reading →

Theme and Politics: KYOSi’s ‘Negative Space’

New York-based artist, KYOSi's impassioned new EP Negative Space is "a powerfully defiant anthem for the underprivileged and voiceless..." (EARMILK) Negative Space takes listeners on a journey through grief and anger by exploring themes ranging from class politics, race and... Continue Reading →

One Night Only: Raya Yarbrough Hotel Cafe Hollywood Album Release September 14

Chris Isaacson Presents has announced that eclectic singer/songwriter and jazz artist Raya Yarbrough will appear at the Hotel Cafe located at 1623 N. Cahuenga Boulevard in Hollywood for one show only on Friday, September 14, at 7pm. Presenting material from... Continue Reading →

Poetry Deathmatch Cabaret at The Bootleg

by Guy Picot Melrose Poetry Bureau describe themselves as a live-writing ensemble with an emphasis on blurring the lines between poetry, theatre, and improvisation. They have built a loyal following at the Bootleg Theater through Write Club, and Quick Draw... Continue Reading →

Juggerknot’s Immersive Theatre in Miami’s Little Havana

Merging urban development and Miami history. "We're building relationships between developers and the artistic community, while highlighting Miami's up and coming neighborhoods. We want to give Miami audiences an opportunity to rediscover their city by telling stories in their historic... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: BUIKA Comes to Los Angeles on March 26

Internationally acclaimed eclectic soul singer, songwriter, poet composer and music producer, BUIKA (pronounced BWEE-ka) has been called by the New York Times "something like Nina Simone but more flexible and virtuosic.”    Buika has a variety of musical influences, from jazz and flamenco... Continue Reading →

Music Obsession and All That Jazz in ‘Miravel’ at Sacred Fools

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move We immersed in the sensuality of sound, feeling what they felt, the players, the singers, the music makers. Those were the glorious unbridled moments. For its second world premiere this season Sacred Fools... Continue Reading →

Jazz on a Monday Morning with L.A.’s Brian Charette

Los Angeles jazz organist Brian Charette just released his new single, Time of the Season. The cover of this 1968 hit by The Zombies is the latest from Charette’s full-length album, Good Tipper. @Brian_Charette Beginning his career as a jazz organist/keyboard... Continue Reading →

Pete Escovedo: Latin Jazz Magic and Music at the Hollywood & Highland Summer Concert Kick-Off

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Watching 79 year old Jazz legend Pete Escovedo backstage, only a few feet away, was like riding the fiery tail of a shooting star, surging through the heavens.  The crowd was wild for... Continue Reading →

Join Hollywood & Highland This Summer for the Annual Wine & Jazz Festival

On July 1st, 2014 Hollywood & Highland kicks off their ANNUAL WINE & JAZZ SUMMER CONCERT SERIES AND FUNDRAISER with Jazz great Pete Escovedo.   Sponsored by kjazz 88.1 FM, fine wines by Stella Rosa and food by Wolfgang Puck Catering, the Wine & Jazz Concert Series will take... Continue Reading →

Bobby Alt Presents SIN*ATRA: A Man & His Music

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There was something about his surliness, his 'it's all about me' attitude, his 'I'm not here to entertain you, I'm just here so pay attention!' temper that drove Bobby Alt's Sin*Atra Viper Room... Continue Reading →

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