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Around L.A. In 30 Pianos – Street Piano Blog

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In my last post, I promised that I would play all 30 “Play Me, I’m Yours” street pianos. Not only was I successful, I have a whole lot of stories to tell! So much, that I’ve created a whole different blog to document on my street piano-playing adventure! It’s called “Keys To The City,” (get […]

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‘Play Me, I’m Yours’ Street Pianos in Los Angeles – I Should Be Busy For A While

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Something cool is happening in Los Angeles for the next three weeks: 30 upright pianos, each of them decorated by local artists, will be placed in various locations around town for people to play. It’s a public art installation called “Play Me, I’m Yours“ which originated in the UK a few years ago by artist […]

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Live at the Blessed Sacrament Carnival in Hollywood, October 16!

Elson and the Soul Barkada go to Hollywood! Okay, it’s not that far away, but we’re playing at the Blessed Sacrament Carnival in Hollywood on Saturday, October 16 at 8 p.m. We’ll be dropping the soul, the funk and even a little samba for everyone! For a little preview, check out the YouTube video above […]

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Live at the ‘Tuesday Night Cafe’ in Little Tokyo, Sept. 7! Watch Online!

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We’ll be performing at the Tuesday Night Cafe show, outdoors in Little Tokyo, on September 7. It’s not an an actual cafe per se, but the name of a twice-monthly variety show that has been going on in Little Tokyo for over a decade, at the Aratani Courtyard, in front of the Union Center for […]

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The Soul Barkada Lounge at the Downtown Los Angeles ArtWalk, August 12

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Our next performance is not a concert. We’ve been playing live for the past 6 years, playing original tunes that I’ve written, or classic soul/funk favorites and rehearsing them to the best of our ability. But when the opportunity came up, I thought it would be cool to do something a little different. What if […]

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