Note by Note

Fourth Thursday

24266 Main Street, Old Town Newhall
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

NOTE by NOTE is a music night presenting audiences with a variety of genres at this free evening of fun.  Each month, bands, duos, and soloists will play their own blends of music for your listening pleasure.  Come enjoy a wide range of music styles including rock, folk, Celtic, Americana, Blues, Jazz, Country, experimental, Western, and more!

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August 22, 2019

Three musicians/singers/songwriters come together for one night for one purpose…to share their love of music and song. Together, these three artists will bring Note by Note a unique evening of songs and stories you won’t want to miss.

  • James Houlahan

    James Houlahan

    James Houlahan is a singer, songwriter and guitar player that has come to be known as a songsmith who channels both tradition and poetic innovation rooted in dark folk sounds and eclectic Americana. His songs have been used in commercials, television and film. Houlahan performs regularly in the L.A. area and tours throughout the U.S. and Europe.

  • J.C. Hyke

    J.C. Hyke

    J.C. Hyke is a singer songwriter who writes new traditional country music.  J.C. spent three years in Nashville living on Music Row honing the craft of songwriting. He currently produces and hosts the weekly songwriter series “The Songwriter Serenade” in Arcadia.

  • Ian Stahl

    Ian Stahl

    Ian Stahl is a vocalist, recording engineer and composer whose artistic works range from orchestral pieces to songs in many genres and electroacoustic installations. Stahl is currently an MFA candidate at the California Institute of the Arts and is the front man for his rock band, Cilience.

  • Baker’s Brew Band

    Baker’s Brew Band

    Baker’s Brew is an experimental jazz quartet led by veteran drummer Maury Baker. Maury’s goal with the group is to bring together his vast musical experiences in one place, which includes artists such as Janis Joplin and Frank Zappa the rock world, and George Duke and David Amram from the jazz scene.

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