Hillary Grace and Albert James Babanian‘s sound and style is inspired by their backgrounds with 80’s and 90’s pop rock, having both grown up in musical families. So it was not much of a leap for the two young musicians who are now posed to bring their blossoming talents to the dynamic LA music scene.
Pierce Turner – Love Can’t Always Be Articulate
Irish musician Pierce Turner, who has collaborated with Philip Glass and Iggy Pop, and appeared on the cover of New York Magazine, will perform a benefit for Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church in Chelsea on March 12th to kick-off the release of his new album.
Hailed by the Irish press as “one of the most important Irish rock stars of the past 20 years” (The Irish Times), and lauded as “the finest body of work in contemporary irish music, bar none” (The Sunday Times). Add to the list of kudos – The New York Times and Rolling Stone magazine.
On March 12th, Turner will conduct the premiere performance of his beautiful new album, Love Can’t Always Be Articulate. Turner recorded the album with a pipe organ and grand piano, with some of the recording taking place at the church itself.
The grand and refreshing Irish contemporary music found on Turner’s new album is stunning and epic.
And to boot – there is a wonderful cover of Marc Bolan‘s “Life’s A Gas.”