Articles in Category: Gigs

October 12th, Topanga Library Performance
The Topanga Library will hold a launch party for the Topanga Digital History, a community based history project. The event will feature live entertainment from Susan Lovell and the Topanga Canyon Band, previews of the collection, and...Read more
DATE CHANGE TO 2/3/2012 “Friday at Froggy’s!”
On Friday, February 3, 2012  from 8-10 p.m., Froggy’s Restaurant will hold another of it’s musical evenings, “Friday at Froggy’s.” This night will showcase Susan Lovell and The Topanga Canyon Band, sharing some of Susan’s original...Read more
Dinner at the Bistro!
I’ll be performing with some of The Topanga Canyon Band on the patio for dinner in Topanga.  We’ll be at The Canyon Bistro Restaurant on Sunday,  September 11 starting at 7pm until around 9pm.  Along with...Read more
Topanga Gig
  I’m playing (with Scott King on bass and Frank Harper on banjo/guitar) at Hillbilly Hip…cute new venue in the old marketplace in town…up from the Messenger office… Tuesday, Aug 16th…about 9:15 pm! A 40 minute...Read more
Singin’ at the Farmer’s Market
Hi all! Dear Friends”! I’m playing (with Scott King on bass) and singing my songs this Friday, August 5th, at Topanga Farmer’s Market! (10:30-12 noon) Come and shop for healthy, green (and colored) goodies…fruits and vegies...Read more
  • Debut Album Review

    This from former dance/music critic, now independent publisher,mickey morgan of Cincinnati:

    "Overall lovely design. I like how you have the panoramic overview as a backdrop for her sepia goddess throne atop it all on the CD cover. She really emanates light and joy..."

    "As to her musicianship, she appears (to me) formally traditional as a balladeer, with a Druidry/Pagan celebration of the land . . .[she]easily moves into American Country, the latter day balladeer . . . telling stories . . . so important. She's so insightful and compassionate in her tale of the Mexican community in Topanga . . . rare, bare Truth. I like her writing and her spirit a lot. I can see how some of us can see her as sentimental, cause a lot of us are out of touch with our senses expanded to their fullest. She exemplifies this fullness in the meaning and sincerity of her words and performance in the traditional ballad/folk style. What a kind gift . . ."