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Sara Choi grew up in Plymouth, MN with her mother, father, and brother. Growing up with a musically talented family was always a motivation for Sara to keep working on her craft. Her parents enrolled her and her brother into piano lessons at a young age, and Sara used her piano knowledge to begin writing songs at the age of 13. Soon after that, Sara followed in her brother’s footsteps and began picking up different instruments. She learned how to play drums and guitar by watching her brother and continued writing songs every day with her new instruments. Sara grew more in love with music as she grew up, but never imagined having the opportunity to pursue it down the road. She moved to Minneapolis to continue her education at The University of Minnesota, and with one semester left of college, she packed up and moved out to Los Angeles to really go after her passion for performing. On her down time, Sara loves to hiking, relaxing, and hanging out with friends.
Blues music set a standard early in America has become such an innovative driving force for most popular styles of music today (rock, pop, hip-hop, soul etc.) Some people forget how fun, sexy and rebellious it was when it first came into being over a century ago. Please join a few hand-selected artists at the World Famous House of Blues Foundation Room. We'll share an evening of Blues that will revive your image of the genre while keeping you entertained at the same time. - Ace Micheals, Executive Producer "The LA BLUES REVUE" is a VIP event that features live blues/soul and classic r&b music. Each show will highlights amazing singers and musicians performing hits songs by legendary artists like B.B King, Otis Redding, Al Green, Muddy Waters, Etta James, Adele, Aretha Franklin and many others. Our show highlights famous hit songs from Blues and R&B greats as well as songs made famous from the Motown Era, 60’s and of course “the Delta Blues”. Blues inspired Elvis, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles and Blues the music that helped shaped American music and performance what it is today. Wardrobe: Cool hip BLUES era tuxedos, mock turtleneck, Nehru jacket, double fedoras, shades, leather jacket, bell-bottoms, Denim, Skinny black ties with stark white shirts etc. WEBSITE: http:// martinijazzshow.ning.com/ Want to go to the show? It’s 21 and over.