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Ryan Nealon & Friends

June 28 8:00 pm PDT

Second Stage

Doors Open: 7:30 pm


Hailing from San Diego, CA, Ryan Nealon is an up and coming singer/songwriter who isn’t afraid to be vulnerable. With his music being cited as “fragile, emotional, and beautiful” (Robert Dye, American Songwriter), Nealon strives to connect to his listeners through his own personal experience. After relocating to Los Angeles in 2013, Nealon has performed across the United States, has been included in over 100 publications such as Earmilk, the San Diego Union Tribune, Digital Tour Bus, and American Songwriter, has had his music placed on both Apple Music and Spotify editorial playlists, and has garnered over 5 Million Streams on his catalog. One of Nealon’s latest releases “Not Coming Home” tells the story of his mother’s death after she was killed by a drunk driver on New Years Day in 2000, which gained the attention of non-profit organizations like the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP) and Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) who have publicly championed Nealon along with MADD featuring him in a Voices of Victims article which can be seen on their official website. Nealon’s latest release is a queer coming of age anthem called “What Makes a Man,” which was released on February 25th.


Amanda Joy

Amanda Joy is an LA-Based independent artist and top-liner, striving to make the world a less lonely place by creating upbeat pop hits as well as honest, soulful ballads. Raised in a small town near ATL, she spent most of her days writing songs & sharing them to social media and eventually put that down to go study the art of songwriting. Making a comeback after graduation, now utilizing platforms such as Tiktok & Youtube to promote & connect, she’s releasing new music & reimagining classics that are sure to make you feel something!


Courtney Govan

Courtney Govan is an independent queer pop singer from San Diego, California. Her song Serotonin went viral on tiktok and landed Courtney on her first Spotify editorial playlist, Fresh Finds Pop: Best of 2021.
Her introspective approach to songwriting brings a refreshing twist to pop music today. Courtney uses her own life experiences to connect with her listeners and hopefully help them through the tough shit that life throws their way. Honestly, life’s too short. Go be sexy and throw back a shot [or three]


Dylan Dunlap


Jackii Kennedy

Born and raised in the Florida Keys, island native and artist Jackii Kennedy’s intricate and thoughtful song creation allows her to make genre-fluid music through her use of funky psychedelic soundscapes, R&B-inspired melodies, and modern pop narratives.


Therese Curatolo

Reigning from The Biggest Little City in the World, Therese Curatolo made her way from the operatic stage to radio stations nationwide. Singing alongside soul legends Stevie Wonder & Martha Reeves, Therese’s versatile vocal power has taken her from the Metropolitan Opera to the big screen, and The Troubadour. Therese has been described as a modern day Joni Mitchell by her fans and peers alike, and prides herself on her wit, humor, and honest take to songwriting.
Therese has established herself as an artist on the rise with over 1,000,000 Spotify streams and 8,000,000 views on YouTube. She has lent her voice to several established groups such as Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Scary Pockets, and Cirque du Soleil where she was given the opportunity to tour worldwide.


Nico Franc

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Ages: 21 and up


June 28
8:00 pm PDT


Hotel Cafe
1623 N Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, 90028 United States
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Door Time
7:30 pm