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Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Joint Is Jumpin' w/ Female Blues Power, May 24 - Save The Date!

Thursday, May 24 The Joint Is Jumpin' w/ Blues Female Power!
**Featuring Performances By...**
The Scorch Sisters and Suze Lanier-Bramlett

(WEST LOS ANGELES) - Music fans should make it a point to come out and see two of the best blues-flavored acts on the Southern California music scene - The Scorch Sisters and Suze Lanier-Bramlett - when they team up for a "Female Blues Power" double-bill at one of L.A.'s newest live nightspots, The Joint, 8771 W. Pico Blvd., West L.A., on Thursday, May 24. Cover $10. Info: (310) 275-2619 or log onto
where you can purchase tickets in advance. Also performing: singer-songwriter Jon Geiger.
About the Scorch Sisters
(Photo by Suze Lanier-Bramlett)

The Scorch Sisters are back, hotter and better than ever, fresh off their recent accolades being recognized by longtime respected industry trade publication Music Connection as a "Top 100 Live Artist Of The Year For 2012." The ladies (Francesca Capasso, lead vocals; Alicia McCracken Morgan, keyboards-vocals; Kimberly Allison, lead guitar), who each have a long lineage in SoCal's blues and music scene, were featured in a two-page spread of "The Blues Issue" by The Music Initiative magazine. "Scorch Sisters wowed the Real Blues Festival 2 ready for these Hollywood hipsters because they'll 'blue' you away. I really dig these gals and I think you will too," says Casey Reagan in American Blues News. Read a recent feature on the group in the Los Angeles Examiner here.

Scorch Sisters/The Music Initiative Feature
Scorch Sisters/American Blues News

About Suze Lanier-Bramlett
Suze Lanier-Bramlett is the widow of rock icon Delaney Bramlett and has enjoyed a long and successful career in film, television, and music, ranging from the starring role in cult classic film "The Hills Have Eyes" to her recurring role in the hit TV show, "Welcome Back Kotter."
Thew multi-talented entertaine is currently in the studio recording "Angel In The Night," co-written with late husband Delaney the night John Lennon was murdered. The song is being released this Spring. Lanier-Bramlett's latest album release is "Swamp Cabaret" (Magnolia Gold Records). "Swamp Cabaret captures all the sentiment, comedy, and pointed music that can leave an audience rolling in the aisles," writes Jim Santella of Southland Blues in a recent review. "Seamlessly, she drifts from country comedian to sultry cabaret singer and soulful balladeer. It comes from the heart and feels genuine throughout."
Lanier-Bramlett is set to reprise her role in cult horror film "The Hills Have Eyes" in "Cut," slated for release this October. "Cut" also features Lanier-Bramlett and her band in a scene performing at Hollywood's M Bar.

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