Monday, 01/28/2019

The Herbert Bail Orchestra


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The Herbert Bail Orchestra's 2013 debut LP The Future’s In The Past was an eclectic introduction to Anthony Frattolillo and co.'s sound that earned praise from LA Weekly, Nowness, The Huffington Post and many more. The new record produced by Seth Olansky (Best Coast) and Chris Rondinella (Levon Helm, Shelby Lynne, Sara Watkins) confounds any expectations of anyone who might try to classify the group based on their earlier gypsy-folk sound. The recently released History’s Made at Night broadens the collective's sonic palette, and has been featured at Under the Radar, PopMatters, Culture Collide, Glide Magazine & more, with LA Record saying Herbert Bail “Puts a Springteen-style ethic into an indie Americana sound.” Under the Radar calling it, "Heartland indie-folk… more than meets the ear" and PopMatters writing, "Without losing an ounce of their trademark expressiveness, the Herbert Bail Orchestra delivers a delicate piece of Americana to tug at the heartstrings.”

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The Little Miss


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Hayley Johnson, AKA The Little Miss, is a twenty-seven-year-old, folk singer-songwriter originally from San Diego, CA. Having been inspired by female vocalists such as Fiona Apple and Jewel at an early age, Johnson can remember starting girl bands at recess and writing lyrics in notebooks beginning in first grade. In middle school, Johnson began performing original music around San Diego county with her father at local coffee shops and surf competitions. Having gone by the stage name, "Hazel," for many years, Johnson developed the idea for The Little Miss while in college at San Francisco State University, where she rediscovered her love of music after a long hiatus. After graduating, The Little Miss took off down south to further pursue her love of folk, blues and classic Americana music in Los Angeles. She now resides in Echo Park, CA with her dog, Winifred, and continues to start girl bands at recess.