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Sunday, 28 March 2010

Art Of Men Cd artist James Keen and Magazine Gap retun to L.A: Tuesday March 30, 2010. A must see!


LOS ANGELES, CA:  Magazine Gap returns to Los Angeles, performing on the same stage of their extremely well received US performance last summer.  Since forming in 2009, this rich sounding 

band from London, UK have performed and recorded new songs in London, New York, Houston, New Orleans, Chicago and Los Angeles (including at Capitol Studios in Hollywood).  The band takes their audience on a musical journey, assisted by being made-up of 5 different musicians with differing backgrounds – with acclaimed singer/songwriter James Keen on lead vocals whose voice is 

frequently compared to Tracy Chapman.  MG's music is perhaps best described as “eclectic pop/rock”, but combines many popular genres including: blues, jazz, country, folk, R&B, funk, soul, with occasional Latin and African rhythms.

As Gilli Moon, Producer of the Art Of Men Cd (Warrior Girl Music) which the band is featured on, wrote last August of their Art Of Men launch performance: “Finally, the last act of the night was Magazine Gap. Wow. What a voice. What a groove. What songs. James Keen is the next artist to watch. People were coming up to me and saying, literally, “I feel like I’ve just seen the next Sting”. Another person said to me “I feel like I’m witnessing the launch of the Beatles”. Another said to me “I feel so privileged to be seeing the rise of a new Dave Matthews Band”. I mean, these guys are going to be big. People who were tired and were going to leave after the first song, sat with their jaws dropped until James’ very last song and note”

Come see why the band are making waves on both sides of the Atlantic...

TUESDAY, MARCH 30th, 2010

9:30 Performance


6010 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035


Cover:  $10.00 

Band website:

Warrior Girl Music, home of the Art Of Men CD Compilation

Show presented by: Brent Harvey


Executive Producer

Hollywood Music in Media Awards


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