Posts Tagged ‘performance’

Ellyn’s Ocean Song at the TEDxGreatPacificGarbagePatch

Monday, December 20th, 2010

Join Ellyn and the Band Tomorrow for Poetry Rodeo at Beyond Baroque!

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

You are welcome to bring your own work and sign up to read with the Ellyn’s band! Show starts at 7:30!

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Ellyn Maybe Live at Beyond Baroque – City Streets

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Last Month Hen House Curated a Night of Poetry and Music at Beyond Baroque…Watch Ellyn’s Performance and Subscribe to Hen House’s Youtube Channel here!

Ellyn Maybe and Her Band Jam with Jackson Browne for the Plastic Pollution Coalition

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010
Ellyn Maybe and Jackson Browne rocked the crowd the night before the Plastic Pollution Coalition’s heavy-weight Tedx Event at the Annenburg Community Beach House. Ellyn was among many incredible speakers, scientists, artists and activists all working to raise public awareness about plastic pollution and the crisis of our oceanic ecosystems. The reception for the event couldn’t have been more beautiful and the focus of the evening couldn’t have been more pressing. Check out the Plastic Pollution Coalition’s important work here and enjoy some photos from the event!
Plastic Pollution Coalition Fete at the Marion Davis Beachhouse

Plastic Pollution Coalition Fete at the Marion Davis Beach House

Robbie Fitzsimmons and Danny Moynahan Rock Out Amidst the Artwork

Robbie Fitzsimmons and Danny Moynahan Rock Out Amidst the Artwork

View from the Beachhouse

View from the Beach House

Ellyn and the Band Rehearse with Jackson at Sunset

Ellyn and the Band Jam with Jackson at Sunset

Robbie, Ellyn and Jackson after the Gig!

Robbie, Ellyn and Jackson after the Gig!

Poetry Picks — The Best CDs of 2009

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

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(Hen House Studios, 2009) Ellyn Maybe got her moniker because she was too shy to commit when she signed up for the open mic list—“Ellyn,” she’d write, “maybe.” She’s an LA phenomenon, published by Henry Rollins, the lovechild of Gertrude Stein and Allen Ginsberg, a lyrical poet in hippie couture, a one-of-a-kind. Now, with Rodeo for the Sheepish, she shows she’s ready for Las Vegas. Brilliant settings by producer Harlan Steinberger, superlative vocal backtracks by Tommy Jordan—all of a sudden, she’s gone Motown and you can hear the sheer force of Poetry vs. Pop music in an arena the size of Radio City Poetry Hall. Humor, poignancy, universality, individuality—like all great artists, how she does it is a mystery, but Ellyn Maybe is for real.