Performing bass and vocals with Gaby Hernandez and The Light at Venice’s popular Abbot Kinney Festival on Sunday, October 7. Gaby will perform new and old songs with band members guitarists Emile Poree and Damon Aaron, bassist and music director Dexter Story, percussionists Allakoi Peete and Carlos Nino and new addition drummer Jose-Gurria Cardenas on the dublab.com stage.
Dublab strives to turn you onto the most exciting and inspiring bands from across the greater Los Angeles area. Our combined mission is to show the world why L.A. is the best place for music lovers to live! Every band on this stage has been featured on dublab’s radio transmissions and we are thrilled to share their sounds with you.
Commentary: This band is growing and developing in leaps and bounds. Now with the addition of Jose-Gurri Cardenas on this particular show and Carlos Nino sitting in on percussion, the audience will be treated to a once-in-a-lifetime rendition of The Light. Expect the songs to really come to life and the rhythms to move you.
Playing bass guitar on and music-directing a live Gaby Hernandez and The Light show at The Last Bookstore on Thursday, September 13 at 7pm. Recording artist Gaby Hernandez brings her band and exquisite song-styling to one of my favorite places in Los Angeles. The setting is perfect because you can peruse the aisles of literary inspiration while taking in the entertainment offering.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
The Last Bookstore
453 S. Spring St, Ground Floor
Downtown LA | 213.488.0599
Performing bass guitar with Gaby Hernandez and The Light on Wednesday, August 22nd at Belu Music Presents: Time To Heal, A Musical Benefit for Kadeisha Hilliard’s Cancer Recovery Fund featuring
YELLOW ALEX & THE FEELINGS, QUETZAL,
MIA DOI TODD & FABIANO DO NASCIMENTO,
GABY HERNANDEZ & THE LIGHT, KARA MACK,
BALANDUGU KAN, ZOOM B, and MORE!
Producer/DJ/Composer Carlos Niño says: What an incredible line-up of our friends! Wow! When
they reached out to me about a venue, I offered The Virgil . . .
thought it was going to be a whole other kind of event though.
Just saw the attached flier today and was stunned! Can’t wait!
$10, 21+, 9:00pm
4519 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90029