Anna Vogelzang

Bootleg Theater & The Bluegrass Situation Present

Anna Vogelzang

Madison Cunningham, Jamie Drake, Rett Madison

Sun. February 24, 2019

8:00 pm

Bootleg Theater - Bar Stage

Los Angeles, CA

$12

This event is 21 and over

Anna Vogelzang
Anna Vogelzang
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Anna Vogelzang's “warm, engaging folk-pop" (Relix) has brought her to stages across the US for over 10 years. Her melody-driven, multi-instrumental songwriting has been met with warm reviews and landed her at festivals, conferences, and on bills with some of her heroes, including Sara Bareilles, Gillian Welch, Mirah, Anais Mitchell, Laura Gibson, Wye Oak, Amanda Palmer, and many more. Her latest project, out in 2019, features Los Angeles mainstays Jay Bellerose, Adam Levy, Mai Bloomfield, and Tyler Chester. Mixed by long-time collaborator Todd Sickafoose, the EP dives into electronic, gritty landscapes that underpin her mystical and imagistic "wide expansive sound" (Magnet).
Madison Cunningham
Madison Cunningham
Madison Cunningham "Love Lose Remember" Available now on iTunes and Spotify
Jamie Drake
Jamie Drake
One of LA’s best kept musical secrets, co-writing and collaborating with the likes of Jim James, Peter Yarrow and Moby, Jamie Drake has all the while been carefully honing her own craft and preparing to take center stage.

Now, over 2 million people have discovered Drake’s premiere tracks from her upcoming album, EVERYTHING'S FINE: an album that embraces heartbreak and hope, with indie-pop stylings wrapped in lush orchestrations reminiscent of Jon Brion and Van Dyke Parks and delivered with rich vocals, derivative of her varied musical influences ranging from Harry Nillson to Sufjan Stevens; from Cat Power to Joni Mitchell.

Drake's first major solo album is set to be released in mid-2019. Discover more at www.jamiedrakemusic.com
Rett Madison
Rett Madison
Rett Madison is an LA based singer/songwriter originally from West Virginia. She began performing her own songs at hometown talent shows when she was twelve. After much encouragement from her friends and family, she moved to northern Michigan to attend boarding school at Interlochen Arts Academy where she studied songwriting for her junior and senior years. At Interlochen, Douglas refined her sound as a folk/pop artist. After graduation, she relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in music as well as a degree in performance from the University of Southern California.
Venue Information:
Bootleg Theater - Bar Stage
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057
http://www.bootlegtheater.org/