|R5, SABRINA CARPENTER, LUCY HALE
& MORE TO ROCK TJ MARTELL 6TH ANNUAL
FAMILY DAY L.A.!
Come out for a day of family fun at CBS
Back Lot in Studio City 11/16! The TJ
Martell Foundation is throwing its 6th
annual Family Day L.A. event and the
stars will be out in full!
Pop/Rock Band R5, Country Artist &
Actresses Lucy Hale and Sabrina
Carpenter will all be performing! In
addition some of your fave stars will be
in attendance including fellow Austin
& Ally star Calum Worthy, Pretty
Little Liar's Brenden Robinson, Girl
Meets World stars Rowan Blanchard
and Peyton Meyers, X Factor finalist
Josh Levi, The Foster's Hayden Byerly,
Kickin' It star Olivia Holt and more!
There will be face painting, caricature
artists, a rock wall, inflatable rides,
balloons, video game truck, carnival
games, and food!
This is definitely an event you do not
want to miss!
Get your tickets at http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/683547
All proceeds go to benefit the TJ
Martell Foundation in research for
Cancer, Lukemia and Aids.
SKYLER: FIRST L.A.
SHOW A SUCCESS!
It's been a long time coming, but I
finally got the chance to see Skyler
perform live. His very first L.A. show
was at the Genghis Cohen. Upon arrival I
wasn't sure what to expect from this
Chinese Restaurant with its church pew,
intimate seating. But the acoustics were
great, the crowd very receptive. One of
those laid back venues where people
genuinely appreciate good music, perfect
for singer/songwriters to showcase their
stuff. And Skyler did just that.
His 45 minute set was a story in itself,
a ride through material from the stuff
that first caught my attention a few
years back, to his latest EP and brand
new music coming out next week. I love
acoustic shows. There is something about
watching an artist up onstage alone with
a guitar and a mic, playing stuff from
the heart. And Skyler had the room
captivated. Musically his guitar playing
and vocals were spot on. Skyler brings
charisma to the stage, telling stories
and jokes, that the crowd ate up. And it
doesn't hurt that he's just plain cute.
Highlights of his set included an old
favorite "Stephanie", and a song off his
new EP "Breaking Fall" (vocals blew me
away on this one).
I had the pleasure to sit down and chat
with Skyler after the show about music.
One thing was clear. Skyler knows his
stuff, and has a bright future ahead.
And he's very excited about it. Best of
luck and thank you for the invite