Ticket Giveaway! LA music event, 10/18: Gavin Turek, and The Relationship ft. Brian Bell of Weezer


Come celebrate Halloween with a night of funky synthwave and disco on Saturday October 18 when Gavin Turek hosts the next Twilight Sessions at the Village Studios. Artists performing include Gavin Turek, Happy Hollows, Misun, & The Relationship ft. Brian Bell of Weezer.

Gavin Turek

Gavin Turek

As Weezer fans know, the band's new album just came out— and it was recorded right here at the Village recording studios! Brian really wanted to bring his newest creation, The Relationship to the Village private stage. It's gonna be amazing.

Boing Boing will be in the house, and if you'd like to join us at this invite-only event, read on.

Want to win a pass? Email inquiries@boingboing.net telling us why you want to come hang out and listen to excellent music with me, Jason, Mark, and other special guests who are fans and friends of this blog. Five lucky readers of Boing Boing, maybe you, will get the passes. You must be 21 or over, and will be asked to present ID at the door.

The Relationship, featuring Brian Bell of Weezer.

The Relationship, featuring Brian Bell of Weezer.

The Village Studios are truly historic. Built in the 1920s as a Masonic Temple, in the early 1960s it became home to the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Center for Transcendental Meditation. In the late sixties, the building was transformed into a recording studio where hundreds of artists made music–among them, Aerosmith, The Allman Brothers, The Beach Boys, Mariah Carey, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Alice Cooper, Elvis Costello, The Doors, Bob Dylan, The Eagles, George Harrison, Weezer, Elton John, Tom Jones, B.B. King, John Lennon, Little Richard, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Ringo Starr.

What we love about The Village is not just the beautiful building, but the sense of community and history you feel in this wonderful space. Studio CEO Jeff Greenberg's love of music, musicians and deep understanding of what makes the creative spirit thrive is palpable. His tales of epic rock, funk, and jazz history that has taken place within those walls, and how he and his team have fought to keep it all going, are amazing to hear.

Much appreciation to our sponsors including the Ascent vaporizer by Da Vinci, and our beverage sponsor Distillery No. 209, makers of No. 209 Gin, a small batch hand-crafted spirit with a flavor for the 21st Century.