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Moonshine Maybelline postcard

Thursday, September 22nd – 8-10 pm
Moonshine Maybelline
glamorous honky tonk in the canyon moonlight…

Moonshine Maybelline at the Lost ChurchMoonshine Maybelline makes its debut Bird & Beckett appearance Thursday, September 22nd, playing their own gorgeous brand of glamorous honky tonk. Like a siren from the shore, this band will lure you in with spellbinding ballads, mesmerize you with moody soundscapes, and crash your broken heart into their country-rock.

Sparks flew and Moonshine Maybelline was born when Catherine Foreman added her songs and her vocals to the guitar and bass of twang-rockers Bob Spector and Ted O’Connell, long adored locally for the country rave-ups of their band, The GoldDiggers.  Moonshine Maybelline’s lineup was solidified with the addition of Ian Taylor Sutton on pedal steel and drummer Steve Pearson. Introduced to the world with a live performance on college radio leader KALX, they earned a spot on KALX’s “Best of 2014” list and scored a SXSW showcase opening for hometown favorite Chuck Prophet.

MM-6.26.16The band continues to shine on the local scene with appearances ranging from The Fillmore Poster Room to an outdoor concert at Pixar Animation Studios and top local clubs including Make-Out Room, Armando’s, The Starry Plough and The Lost Church. Don’t miss them in your own backyard, in Bird & Beckett’s weekly Canyon Moonlight concert series.

Click here to hear Moonshine Maybelline’s tune, “End of the Road”


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