My sweet-singing, songwriting daughter, Eva B. Ross, will be playing a set of her newest and grooviest tunes at The Hotel Café on November 4th at 10:00 pm. Doors open at 9:30 PM.
Vic and I will be waiting at the bar to toast your entrance.
Eva has been woodshedding this summer, crafting a brand new batch of songs – and she’ll be presenting many of them at this gig, backed by her stalwart lead guitarist David Miller and keyboardist Grant Milliken, both fellow UCLA grads and musical prodigies.
Eva is appearing at the Hotel Café to help celebrate the birthday of another UCLA musical friend, Ryan Nealon – whose band will take the stage after Eva at 11:00 pm.
Ryan is a kick-ass R & B singer – and this will be a party that kicks off the holiday 2017 season with a solid dose of dance-inducing soul.
This Friday, April 29th, Eva B. Ross (my bluesy, jazzy, soulful, singer-songwriter daughter) will play a special 7:30 show Live At The Whiskey Lounge upstairs at 27 Live in Evanston, Illinois.
Of course, maestro Steve Rashid will be hosting this event and tickling the ivories as he leads an unbelievably talented trio backing Eva, including the great Don Stiernberg on guitar and the always-tasty Jim Cox on bass.
If you saw Eva’s concert at The Whiskey Lounge late last summer, you won’t want to miss this one. And if you have yet to enjoy Eva in the company of such wonderful musical artists as Steve, Don and Jim – then check out this show. It’s gonna be a great night.
If you haven’t seen my singer-songwriter daughter Eva in performance yet – this is the gig to see.
I don’t know much about the music scene in Los Angeles, but I understand that it’s a big deal to play The Hotel Café. It’s evidently one of the cools gigs to get. And Eva’s got it.
So, check Eva out at The Hotel Café. The show just happens to be on my birthday, Saturday April 16th at 9:45. (Sure it’s a late start – but you can sleep in on Sunday, right? Besides, it’s my birthday, remember?)
Eva’s very talented UCLA friend, Nick Valentini, is also on the bill with his eclectic and tasty band. I’ve seen Nick and his crew perform – and they’re brilliant!
It’s going to be a legendary night of great music.
So, be there. Victoria and I will be — and we hope to see you all there.
If you haven’t been to Steve Rashid’s “Live at the Whiskey Lounge” series at 27 Live in Evanston (just north of Chicago) — then you’re missing the opportunity to enjoy fine, soulful jazz like this. Our daughter Eva sang there on August 13 with Steve and some of our most talented musical friends. This is another selection from what turned out to be a most entertaining evening. Dig it.
Our musical daughter Eva will be playing with her tight and terrific band, the Eva B. Ross Foundation, on Saturday, April 4th at a club called TRiP in Santa Monica. This is going to be a very special event.
There will be a wealth of great music: rock, jazz, blues and folk. Originals and classics.
Besides Eva and her soulful, talented trio (David Miller on guitar, Jules Levy on standup bass and Liam Kevany on drums), the bill will also feature two great up and coming local bands, Loop Garou and We The Folk.
My daughter Eva Barrosse and her guitar-playing partner David Miller are playing their coolest gig yet at Molly Malone’s this Friday May 16 at 8:00 PM. Molly Malone’s has a 25-year tradition of showcasing the finest musical talent in the Los Angeles area – and the beat goes on…
If you haven’t seen Eva & David yet, don’t miss this chance to enjoy their hip, jazzy, bluesy mix of original songs and tunes from the Great American Songbook. It’s a 21+ venue, so leave the kids at home – and come for an evening of adult fun.
My sweet-singing daughter Eva Barrosse and guitarist extraordinaire David Miller are playing The House of Blues again this Friday, April 25 at 8:00 in the Voodoo Lounge. Their first appearance at the House of Blues was a big hit – and this show will be better than ever.
More info on the gig can be found by clicking here.
Eva and David will be playing a 45 minute set – and here’s a taste of what you’ll enjoy if you head down to 8430 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood and plunk down your $10 for a ticket.