Hollowbody LA Presents: Lacroix, PhunkYard, Todd Pate, Rich Meyer

Hollowbody LA Presents: Lacroix, PhunkYard, Todd Pate, Rich Meyer

Sunday, July 29

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

This event is 16 and over

  • 7:30 - Todd Pate
  • 8:30 - PhunkYard
  • 9:30 - Rich Meyer 
  • 10:30 - Lacroix

Hollowbody LA Presents:
Hollowbody LA Presents:
The hardest working Booking/Promoting Co in the Southland w/ Shows at The MINT, Viper Room, Molly Malone's, Boardner's, Bar 20 & Trip Santa Monica....Entertaining LA 1 show at a time. For booking email Hollowbodyla@gmail.com
Lacroix
PhunkYard
PhunkYard
PhunkYard is a 6-piece jazz-funk-fusion band from Los Angeles California. The band performs classic funk fusion hits by artists such as Marcus Miller, David Garfield, Billy Cobham, George Duke, John Schofield, Los Lobotomys, Tower of Power, David Sanborn, Herbie Hancock, Mike Stern and have recently added several new original compositions to their repertoire. The band plans to release an album of original tunes sometime in 2018. PhunkYard creates an exotic fusion of jazz, funk and rock instrumental music, combining a mixture of syncopated rhythms, melodic heads and creative arrangements.
Todd Pate
Todd Pate
Todd Pate is singer-songwriter living in LA, though his Texas roots run deep under his well lived, and always honest, music. With a raw and simple and soundscape and lyrics that never waiver from his intent, he searches for the straightest road through the very complex human condition. While echoing Townes Van Zandt, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, even drifting into thegreat country tone of The Rolling Stones in the late 60s and early 70s, Todd remains thoroughly grounded in today.

The first song Todd remembers hearing was Willie Nelson's hit, On The Road Again, in 1980. His first memories are steeped the rowdy, funky sound of the famous Outlaw Movement. The radio was always on when he was growing, and Todd was always listening.

And watching. When Todd saw Kris Kristofferson on a TV show when he was very little and thought to himself, "that, that is what I want to be." But he became a baseball player instead, then an actor, a playwright, a horse wrangler, carpenter, lackey for a low rent hustler in Chicago, a day laborer with a distant memory of a college education, even a frequenter of cross-country rides on Greyhound buses. But Todd played his guitar and wrote songs all along the way. Now he's only focused on music. He's played in many of the coffee shops and bars in Hollywood, and toured the bars along the West Coast, across the Southwest and all the way through Texas.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/