Doors open at 8 PM. Show starts at 9:00PM.
Online ticket sales end at 7 PM, tics available at the door after 8 PM.
2 drink minimum.
Two Bands - One Night!!
jackiO has been called an “L.A. Supergroup.” And, for good reason.
This quartet of seasoned performers have been there and back. jackiO musicians Steve Bartek -guitar, flute, vocals (Bob Dylan, Oingo Boingo, Strawberry Alarm Clock, Danny Elfman), John Avila -bass, vocals (Bob Dylan, Oingo Boingo, Neil Young, Lukas Nelson), Ira Ingber -guitar, vocals (Bob Dylan, Captain Beefheart, Bonnie Raitt, Brian Wilson), David Raven -drums, vocals (Keith Richards, Shelby Lynne, Mike Ness, Slash, Robben Ford) have more than just world-class resumes that set them apart from other notable bands.
Individually as well as collectively they continue to be sought after for music projects at the highest level in the industry. One recent example finds jackiO recording and performing with country/Americana music legend Lacy J. Dalton on her new EP, “Scarecrow.” Another finds Ira performing as both singer and musician on the hit Starz Network show, “Outlander.” John (on bass) recently performed with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea in a virtuoso concert appearance, and with Neil Young in Paris. Steve is currently orchestrating the score for the new Tim Burton film, “Dumbo.” David has been recording and performing with musician/actor Creed Bratton (The Grass Roots, t.v. show The Office).
jackiO members played in various combinations together prior to the formation of the band over four years ago. But, until that time they had never played as a quartet. When they finally did, the magic, exuberance, and sheer joy of making great music together was instantly recognized by everyone in the room.
And so, it continues. Dynamic live shows, and the creation of vital new music are elevating jackiO into a league of their own.
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