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Hotel Cafe :: Copeland :: Sherwood :: Anchor and Braille

The Hotel Cafe has become one of my many favorite venues in LA!! I went with my concert buddy to see Copeland and Sherwood here and it was an incredible experience. I'd been there before to see Greg Laswell and Sal on Gospel Night and had been blown away but the intimacy, sound quality and overall experience.

I would recommend if you know any artists planning on doing an acoustic set to book here/ see a band here. It's just lovely what this atmosphere does for the audience. From the Bruschetta and fries available for munching, there's bottled beers like San Francisco's AnchorSteam, Stella and quality liquers for drinking. Resonably priced, off Cahuenga and near the Piano Bar, The Hotel Cafe satisfies...

A great range of artists new and establish grace the stage. Sal is a regular pianist and entertainer who is absolutley stunning, makes appearances regularly. Take a lover, take a friend...you'll love it!!!

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Copeland's Aaron was stunning vocally and musically. The piano in their songs was ambient and beautiful along with Aaron's hauntingly sexy voice. I sang along and felt the music because of the intimate setting and it was overall just lovely. I purchased a men's Vneck tee on my way and I wear it often!!

Sherwood, who I had never seen live, only heard of from MySpace Records, delivered. the lead singer filled us in with some funny stories and their music made me a new fan.

Anberlin's lead singer, Christian (Stephen), performed as Anchor and Braille, and sang some new tunes now available on itunes. hooray!! The night was awesome

Twitter!!! @copelandband @anberlin @thehotelcafe @anchorbraille
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