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Hotel Cafe Tour 2008 w/ Meiko, Jim Bianco & Jessie Baylin @ Henry Fonda Theater, 4/12/08
Part two of three.
Yesterday: Greg Laswell, Priscilla Ahn, William Fitzsimmons, and Joshua Radin.
Today: Meiko, Jim Bianco, and Jessie Baylin.
Tomorrow: Ingrid Michaelson, Cary Brothers, and Jesca Hoop.
Recapping -- last Saturday, Hotel Cafe Tour 2008 (MySpace)'s Greg Laswell (MySpace), Priscilla Ahn (MySpace), William Fitzsimmons (MySpace), Joshua Radin (MySpace), Meiko (MySpace), Jim Bianco (MySpace), Jessie Baylin (MySpace), Ingrid Michaelson (MySpace), Cary Brothers (MySpace), and Jesca Hoop (MySpace) performed a sold-out show at the Henry Fonda Theater.
Supporting these artists during the tour was a band of extremely talented and versatile musicians in their own right, that included Jason Kanakis (MySpace) -- who doubled as host for the evening, Allie Moss (MySpace) -- who performed with Michaelson during recent tapings of Late Night With Conan O'Brien and this past Tuesday on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Jonny Flaugher, Brad Gordon (MySpace) -- who has performed with Bianco, Brothers, Hoop, as well as Quincy Coleman (MySpace) and Kate Havnevik (MySpace), and Marco Meneghin.
Special thanks to Greg Laswell, Priscilla Ahn, William Fitzsimmons, Joshua Radin, Meiko, Jim Bianco, Jessie Baylin, Ingrid Michaelson, Cary Brothers, Jesca Hoop, the Hotel Cafe Tour, and the Henry Fonda Theater.
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