An eclectic musical performance pairing the sociopolitical, Jewish-inspired, salsa-pop-reggae-hip-hop sounds of Wil-Dog Abers of the Grammy-winning band Ozomatli with the new-school ‘alt-R&B’ rhythms of Jarell Perry.
An RSVP is highly encouraged for this free event. As all Voices of LA programs are free of charge, it is our policy to overbook. In the case of a full program, your free reservation may not guarantee admission. We recommend arriving early. Space permitting, unclaimed reservations will be released to standby patrons fifteen minutes prior to the start of the show.
Fais Do-Do is a gumbo of eclectic music and diverse people, showcasing the best of Los Angeles' blues, jazz, world, comedy, funk, soul, rock, Brazilian salsa, and retro scenes. Originally constructed in 1930 as a branch office of the First Citizens Savings Bank and Trust, the architecturally historic landmark was converted in the ‘60’s into a neighborhood bar and underground club frequented by such legendary musicians as Sam Cooke, Billy Preston, and John Coltrane. In 1990, the unique building re-opened as Café Club Fais Do-Do – a racially mixed and musically diverse club that offers Angelenos a chance to extend their social, political, and musical boundaries. For more information, please visit: http://www.faisdodo.com
Public parking is available at 5242 West Adams Blvd., LA 90016. The parking lot is located in front of the Laundromat, on the southwest corner of West Adams Blvd. and Redondo Blvd. Parking rates may vary. Street parking is also available.