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Here’s your NoHo arts community update!

We look forward to sharing lots of fun and unique news, events, profiles and updates on what’s happening in the NoHo Arts District.

Published in North Hollywood News

We’re listening to Danileigh’s single “Lil BeBe” from her upcoming project “The Plan.”

It’s a common theme in LA that there’s a slow climb up to the holy grail of achieving your dream. Growing up in LA I’ve seen my friends, friends of my parents and many acquaintances go through all stages of this process. I love when I see amazing artists especially musicians shape shift into their original voice and rise above the rest. I love seeing the hard work behind the scenes start to reach fans that spider off their enthusiasm to more future fans.

Published in Archived Music Reviews

parker aiinsworthParker Ainsworth has the voice of a man whose lived many lives in one lifetime. He’s a mystic wandering bard.

I first met Parker at a house party in Silverlake. He was fresh to LA from Austin, Texas. Super handsome, quiet with a hint of mischief. This house was full of my favorite musicians that frequent the LA scene and many were passing the guitar and sharing songs. The guitar landed in the hands of Mr. Ainsworth and my jaded LA mind thought, “oh this good looking guy is going to have a soft voice that only sings honey soaked songs about love, I’ve seen ‘em all”…but no I was wrong. Parker’s music and voice have the depth and rust of an old wishing well. You can hear the Texan smoke in his voice and his finger picking should be studied. He’s a painter with words and palette is plentiful. I was a fan in an instant.

Published in Archived Music Reviews

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