Worldwide Girls’s Day Live performance Evaluation

Worldwide Girls’s Day Live performance Evaluation

On Wednesday, March 8, in celebration of International Women’s Day, and within the spirit of embracing fairness, among the finest and brightest artists and artistic minds in Southern California gathered at the venerable Lodge Cafe in Hollywood, California to share songs, tales and laughs whereas shining a light-weight on some unimaginable women-run organizations doing nice work.

Emceeing the proceedings was Gena B. Jones, an uber-talented Syrian-Mexican-American author, comic and present producer who hosts the continuing sequence ‘Hilarious Habibis.’ Gena kickstarted the night and over the course of two hours, an enraptured viewers heard palpitating performances by vocal powerhouse Joanna Pearl (who’s affecting anthem “I Am Girl” was the beacon for the night), effervescent chanteuse Maureen Toth (who was flanked by the veteran duo of guitarist Carlos Calvo and drummer Marc Slutsky on the hypnotic bilingual treatise “Con Te”), soul nation troubadour Lisa Sanders, who alongside together with her frequent collaborator Brown Sugar, charmed everybody together with her tune “Unicorn” earlier than Arielle Silver closed out the primary block of performances with eloquent thought-provoking excursions of braveness and perseverance.

Picture Credit score Gary Johnson

After one other blistering set of quick-witted hijinks from Juicy Gena, the night soared on with scintillating guitar-driven indie pop from Devon Michael (previewing songs from ‘Even NASA Loses Satellites’), impassioned indie folks from Julie Tan (accompanied by violinist Caitlin Unumb on the emotionally-transcendent “LA 66”) and forthright tales from San Diegan Sara Petite, who introduced down the home together with her new single “Bringin’ Down the Neighborhood” (from her forthcoming seventh document). Additionally wow’ing patrons had been theatrical arduous rocker Christina Chriss, accompanied by Kaleido bandmate Joey Fava on anthems “Watch Me Stroll Away” and “Pretending,” and acclaimed songwriter Hannah Avison (Lauv, Ava Max, Fletcher, Jordin Sparks), who was performing reside for the primary time in 11 years. As the ultimate notes to her EDM-tinged hit “Monster” rang out, smiles and applause lit the room.

Picture credit score Mannie Hebron,

Introduced by 1888 Media, a portion of the proceeds went to SisterSong, whose mission is to strengthen and amplify the collective voices of indigenous ladies and ladies of colour to attain reproductive justice by eradicating reproductive oppression and securing human rights. Different organizations receiving assist had been VoteRunLead, whose mission is to unleash the political energy of ladies as voters, candidates, and leaders to create and maintain an equitable democracy, and The 100 Percenters, whose aim is to empower and uplift music creatives, with a selected give attention to BIPOC and marginalized communities, by offering them with important sources assist and schooling making certain that they’ve equal entry to alternatives and income streams.

Particular because of our esteemed photographers, Mannie Hebron, Gary Johnson and Jack Lue and Tara Low at Guitar Lady Journal.

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