We’re now in the fourth month of this series and the response has been tremendous”, says Berry. “I invite great writers who know each other, know each other’s songs and have co-written songs. This month will be special
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 26, 2012
Songwriter Bill Berry (Sons & Daughters – ABC TV) in association with the Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Café in Silverlake (Los Angeles) presents Songwriter’s Square. Based on the intimate setting of venues like the Bluebird Café in Nashville, Songwriter’s Square offers a fresh take on the traditional singer/songwriter performance format.
“We’re now in the fourth month of this series and the response has been tremendous”, says Berry. “I invite great writers who know each other, know each other’s songs and have co-written songs. This month will be special.”
Songwriter’s Square takes place on the third Sunday of each month at 7:30 PM. Joining host Bill Berry on November 18th are:
Bangles’ drummer Debbi Peterson in a seldom seen solo performance.
John Wicks of The Records, pioneers of the UK power pop scene with their hit single, “Starry Eyes”.
Gene Siegel of Station Victoria who recently released their self-titled CD.
Songwriter’s Square premiered this past July 22 and subsequent third Sundays to sold-out audiences. Previous writers have included Emmy winning writer Tracy Newman, Grammy Nominee Harriet Schock and Emmy Nominee Paul F. Perry
Who: The Bangles’ Debbi Peterson, Power Pop legend John Wicks, Gene Siegel and your host Bill Berry
What: Bill Berry Music Presents: Songwriter’s Square
When: Sunday, November 18 at 7:30 PM
Where: Lyric-Hyperion Theatre & Café
2106 Hyperion Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Tickets: $15 available through http://www.lyrichyperion.com
For booking information contact: Bill Berry
berry_lives (at) hotmail (dot) com
About Bill Berry
Bill Berry is a Los Angeles based songwriter who co-wrote the songs for ABC-TV’s critically acclaimed series, Sons & Daughters (2007). His songs have appeared in film, TV, commercials and musical theatre. In 2012 he began producing the monthly songwriter showcase, “Songwriter’s Square”, to provide a warm and intimate performance space for Los Angeles based songwriters and their fans.