THURSDAY DEC 11 at CAFÉ MUSE LA!
Gaia Grove presents…
THIS Thursday night – on the eve of the Full Cold Moon – at the quaint Café Muse in Hollywood – featuring beautiful visual art on display, tasty vegetarian and NON-vegetarian menu, strong coffee, a real Yamaha piano and free WI-FI. AMY CLARKE is “talking to trees” at the piano again – joining in the event include the lovely singer/songwriter GENEVIEVE who just landed in town with sultry songs about longing to get Back to LA & MONIQUE – (aka Unique Monique) local DJ, electronic music artist, festival organizer, activist, and recent winner of the Best Techno/Electronica Song in the Hollywood Music Awards.
This is a FREE HOLIDAY SHOW! Donations being collected for the inspiring locally based TREE PEOPLE – a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Los Angeles area for over three decades helping nature heal our cities. TREE PEOPLE offers sustainable solutions to urban ecosystem problems, focusing on three areas (1) Training and supporting communities to plant and care for trees (2) Educating school children and adults about the environment (3) Working with government agencies on critical water issues.
Two reps from Tree People will be attending the event and speaking more about what they do and what we can do to get involved . . . http://www.treepeople.org
Many songs in Amy’s set on Thursday will be new to Café Muse – Queendom Come, Deeper, What Do You Do, and … No kidding… Muse! PLUS a wintry holiday cover. Come learn about TREE PEOPLE, enjoy the guest artists, and unwind with ALL of the “Muses” in Hollywood . . .
Arrive by 8:30PM to find parking, show starts promptly at 9PM and wraps by 10:45 . . .
When Gaia Grove hosts, it is a magical night, you never know who will show up . . . Who knows, Serena might even make an appearance…
THURS DEC 11
AMY CLARKE / GENEVIEVE / MONIQUE & MORE at Café Muse LA
w/special guest appearances
8:30PM – 11PM NO COVER
6547 Santa Monica Blvd, Hollywood CA
In between Wilcox & Las Palmas
Donations Accepted for Non-Profit “Tree People”