Last month the Voices of LA summer concert series brought together two talented artists — Wil-Dog and Jarell Perry — for one night of eclectic music at The Echo. If you didn’t make it out to the show, however, don’t worry because you’re getting a second chance to catch the duo on the same bill, this time at Café Club Fais Do-Do in LA’s historic Sugar Hill District on August 25th.
When he’s not releasing music on his own, Wil-Dog plays bass for GRAMMY-winning band Ozomatli, collaborates with internationally known Yiddish artists, and sings with several of LA’s best banda acts, including Banda Viento de Oro. This wide array of influences all make their way into his solo work, so if sociopolitical, Jewish-inspired, salsa/pop/reggae/hip-hop music sounds appealing to you, you’ll love Wil-Dog.
Jarell Perry is one of SoCal’s fastest rising stars within the alternative-R&B scene. He has come a long way since recording songs out of his UCLA dorm room and recently headlined Los Globos’ Summer Session. He toured the US with former LA Music Blogcast guest Yuna earlier this year, and I highly doubt you’ll have many more chances to see this young talent for free after this Voices of LA performance.
The show at Fais Do-Do on August 25th is free, but you will need to RSVP in advance if you’d like to attend. Hope to see you there!
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