Thu Oct 26 2017

8:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Catalina Bar & Grill

6725 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028

All Ages

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"The Lady has a golden voice and the vocals are clean and clear with great sincerity, and Hal David’s lyrics shine through." - Burt Bacharach

SECOND SHOW ADDED BY POPULAR DEMAND! 

British singer-songwriter RUMER celebrates the West Coast debut her new album “This Girls In Love: A Bacharach & David Songbook” on Thurs, Oct 26 (& Wed, Oct 25) at 8:30pm at Catalina Jazz Club in the heart of Hollywood, CA.

The Award-winning songstress will pay tribute to the timeless catalogue of Burt Bacharach and Hal David while also performing audience favorites from her previous albums. This intimate performance is not to be missed! 

Tickets: $25-40, Box Office (866) 468- 3399 or www.ChrisIsaacsonPresents.com

Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 West Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents

*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.
*Single Entree or Drink minimums apply for all tickets. 

***

" When you are gifted by an Artist doing an album of your music you accept that as a compliment, but then you get to hear it and it’s so damn good.  The Lady has a golden voice and the vocals are clean and clear with great sincerity, and Hal David’s lyrics shine through.  There are some songs I’ve almost forgotten about and Rumer has given them new life.” - Burt Bacharach

Chris Isaacson Presents
An Evening with Rumer

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  • Rumer

    Rumer

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    Heavily influenced by Burt Bacharach and blessed with effortless, velvety smooth vocals, British singer/songwriter RUMER harks back to the early-'70s easy listening sounds of Karen Carpenter and Carole King. Born in 1979 to British parents living near Islamabad, Rumer was the youngest of seven children, and spent her early years living in an expat community. Encouraged to make their own entertainment, she began writing songs with her brothers and sisters, and after moving to the U.K, developed a huge passion for movie musicals and, in particular, Judy Garland

     

     

    After a stint at art college, she formed the short-lived indie folk band La Honda in 2000, but after the band split, she was forced to take on several odd jobs that included fixing iPods, teaching, and selling advertising space. After her mother died of breast cancer in 2003, she moved to London to pursue her dreams of a solo career, she adopted a stage name inspired by her late mothers favourite author Rumer Godden, and began performing in various clubs. At an open-mike night, she caught the eye of TV music composer Steve Brown,and the pair began work on her debut album. In 2010, she signed to Atlantic Records, and  was personally invited by Burt Bacharach to sing for him at his California home. Her first single, "Slow," became one of the most requested tracks on Radio 2, and reached number 16 in the U.K. charts. The full-length album Seasons of My Soul was released in November of that same year. In 2011, she was nominated for several Brit Awards, and won a Mojo Award for Best Breakthrough Act. In 2012, Rumer released her sophomore effort, the covers album Boys Don't Cry. Much like the '60s soft rock vibe of Seasons of My Soul, Boys Don't Cry featured Rumer's unique take on tunes by such artists as Isaac Hayes, Clifford T. Ward, Todd Rundgren, Townes Van Zandt, and others. In 2014, she returned with her third studio album, Into Colour, which featured production from Rob Shirakbari, a longtime associate of Dionne Warwick and Burt Bacharach. Following the release of the album, Rumer relocated to Shirakbari's home state of Arkansas, where the couple were married in 2015. In 2016, Rumer returned with her fourth studio album, This Girl's in Love. Once again produced by Shirakbari, the album saw Rumer paying homage to Burt Bacharach and Hal David with reworkings of songs from their esteemed back catalog.

Chris Isaacson Presents

An Evening with Rumer

Thu Oct 26 2017 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Catalina Bar & Grill Hollywood CA
An Evening with Rumer
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All Ages

"The Lady has a golden voice and the vocals are clean and clear with great sincerity, and Hal David’s lyrics shine through." - Burt Bacharach

SECOND SHOW ADDED BY POPULAR DEMAND! 

British singer-songwriter RUMER celebrates the West Coast debut her new album “This Girls In Love: A Bacharach & David Songbook” on Thurs, Oct 26 (& Wed, Oct 25) at 8:30pm at Catalina Jazz Club in the heart of Hollywood, CA.

The Award-winning songstress will pay tribute to the timeless catalogue of Burt Bacharach and Hal David while also performing audience favorites from her previous albums. This intimate performance is not to be missed! 

Tickets: $25-40, Box Office (866) 468- 3399 or www.ChrisIsaacsonPresents.com

Catalina Bar & Grill
6725 West Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028

Proudly presented by Chris Isaacson Presents

*Tickets purchased online receive priority seating.
*Single Entree or Drink minimums apply for all tickets. 

***

" When you are gifted by an Artist doing an album of your music you accept that as a compliment, but then you get to hear it and it’s so damn good.  The Lady has a golden voice and the vocals are clean and clear with great sincerity, and Hal David’s lyrics shine through.  There are some songs I’ve almost forgotten about and Rumer has given them new life.” - Burt Bacharach

Rumer

Rumer

Jazz

Heavily influenced by Burt Bacharach and blessed with effortless, velvety smooth vocals, British singer/songwriter RUMER harks back to the early-'70s easy listening sounds of Karen Carpenter and Carole King. Born in 1979 to British parents living near Islamabad, Rumer was the youngest of seven children, and spent her early years living in an expat community. Encouraged to make their own entertainment, she began writing songs with her brothers and sisters, and after moving to the U.K, developed a huge passion for movie musicals and, in particular, Judy Garland

 

 

After a stint at art college, she formed the short-lived indie folk band La Honda in 2000, but after the band split, she was forced to take on several odd jobs that included fixing iPods, teaching, and selling advertising space. After her mother died of breast cancer in 2003, she moved to London to pursue her dreams of a solo career, she adopted a stage name inspired by her late mothers favourite author Rumer Godden, and began performing in various clubs. At an open-mike night, she caught the eye of TV music composer Steve Brown,and the pair began work on her debut album. In 2010, she signed to Atlantic Records, and  was personally invited by Burt Bacharach to sing for him at his California home. Her first single, "Slow," became one of the most requested tracks on Radio 2, and reached number 16 in the U.K. charts. The full-length album Seasons of My Soul was released in November of that same year. In 2011, she was nominated for several Brit Awards, and won a Mojo Award for Best Breakthrough Act. In 2012, Rumer released her sophomore effort, the covers album Boys Don't Cry. Much like the '60s soft rock vibe of Seasons of My Soul, Boys Don't Cry featured Rumer's unique take on tunes by such artists as Isaac Hayes, Clifford T. Ward, Todd Rundgren, Townes Van Zandt, and others. In 2014, she returned with her third studio album, Into Colour, which featured production from Rob Shirakbari, a longtime associate of Dionne Warwick and Burt Bacharach. Following the release of the album, Rumer relocated to Shirakbari's home state of Arkansas, where the couple were married in 2015. In 2016, Rumer returned with her fourth studio album, This Girl's in Love. Once again produced by Shirakbari, the album saw Rumer paying homage to Burt Bacharach and Hal David with reworkings of songs from their esteemed back catalog.