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Show at approximately 9pm
with Kat Myers
at Bootleg Theater
$10 adv / $12 dos
LA-BASED ROCKER, DAN SADIN, IS A GUITAR PLAYER FIRST, AND SONGWRITER ALWAYS, WHO IS VOICING THE QUIET CONVERSATIONS THAT ARE HAPPENING IN DARK BAR ROOMS, BEDROOMS, THERAPY SESSIONS AND OUR MOST INTIMATE THOUGHTS, BRINGING THESE IDEAS OUT OF SECRECY AND INTO THE LIGHT, INVITING ALL OF US TO BE A LITTLE MORE VULNERABLE.
Sadin has established a ten year career playing, writing, producing and performing with artists like FRENSHIP, Holychild, MØ, Jessie Ware and Sabrina Claudio at venues and festivals around the world. In the summer of 2018, he released his debut, eponymous EP, receiving attention from notable outlets such as All Things Go, Grimy Goods, We Found New Music and Buzzbands LA.
After a 15-date North American tour opening for Frenship and Yoke Lore earlier that spring, Dan Sadin became a fixture of the Los Angeles music scene with sold out shows at the Lodge Room and Madame Siam, and playing to packed houses at the Moroccan Lounge, KCRW’s Desert Nights, Hotel Café, and many other notable venues.
Sadin’s style draws on a nostalgic reverence for heroes who have come before like Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and Patti Smith, while writing a new story and sound that inspires hope that our generation of artists can shift the current narrative from disconnection to connection. Sadin’s songs don’t claim to know the answers but rather reveal the process of growth that it has taken for him to find his own voice
Working on new music slotted for release in the Fall of 2019, Dan Sadin intimately shares the experience of an internal battle so many of us are fighting: the choice to conform and be accepted or stand out and risk rejection. In choosing the latter, Dan delivers the raw, familiar, heartache we have all felt when we take that risk to speak our truth. It’s impossible to hear these songs and not feel something.
Bootleg Theater - Bar Stage
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057