JULIE KLAUSNER: MEDLEYS AND OTHER NEW VARIANTS
There are two things we know about human beings to be true. First that is in our nature to crave variety, as found in medleys both musical and vegetable. And second, that we, as a curious species, are conditioned to ask questions. Such as: did you know Elvis Presley was a huge Monty Python fan? Is it true that Kate Bush wrote a Silence of the Lambs musical? (No, but wouldn’t it be neat to hear a song from it if she had?) Do you miss Stephen Sondheim and Michael Nesmith, and would you like to hear their songs again, sung surprisingly well by a comedian with a podcast who created an iconic TV show? Or are you just sick of staying in your home without an extraordinary reason to go out again? Julie Klausner (Difficult People, other stuff) is back for two nights only to regale you with clever medleys (clevleys?), original songs, and old favorites in her iconic rock ’n roll comedy extravaganza. The banter will be sharp and the music will be loud: come to the cabaret.
Written and Performed by Julie Klausner Director: Jodi Lennon Musical Director: Dan Pardo (NYC), Jon Spurney (LA) Producer: Patrick Cotnoir Featuring Original Songs by Julie with: Eli Bolin, Faith Soloway, Richard Thomas and more!
About The Hotel Cafe
From a close-knit family of local singer songwriters, to well known icons opting for a more intimate setting, the Hotel Cafe has been celebrating the live music experience for over 20 years.
With early career performances from names like Adele, Katy Perry, The Lumineers, Billie Eilish, Ed Sheeran, Sara Bareilles, Leon Bridges, Haim, Mumford and Sons, Lord Huron and many others, the venue has been labeled a break-out room for independent and burgeoning artists.
The venue itself is located in the Cahuenga Corridor in the center of Hollywood, CA. With a total capacity of 300 over performance rooms, the vibe is intimate, yet bustles with the artistic community that survives by it as much contributes to it. It is a genuine listening room, where the performance on stage takes precedent.
The Hotel Cafe is also more than just a music venue, however. It is an internationally-known entity whose name has top-lined tours and music festivals from coast to coast in the US, UK and Europe. But most importantly, the Hotel Cafe is a community of discovery. Whether musicians or music fans, all realize this carefully curated roster of talent is no aberration; it is consistent, cultured and begs attention. Everyone who sets foot in Hotel Cafe is part of something special.