Presently based in Lexington, Kentucky, ellee ven is the creator and producer of the yearly music/art/fashion extravaganza, “Give Into The Groove,” which raises monies each year for numerous Lexington charities, now in its thirteenth year. ven also created TheVirtualQuilt.com, a free digital platform where supporters can upload images of their original artwork for inclusion in an on-line exhibit and interactive community experience to help increase awareness about local charities. “I call myself groovalutionary because my music and my mission are more about doing the things that I believe embody my best self. Sometimes that means writing and jamming and many times that means using my experience to draw attention to those less fortunate. There’s not a formula, but it works. It’s groovy. Feels revolutionary. So I’m a groovalutionary. Annnnd I was born and raised in California,” she laughs.
Hot Sauce Records recently released Underwater, the latest creation from ellee ven. “Underwater” is set to a mesmerizing dance-groove beat, with black-and-white, sensual imagery throughout the three-minute and sixteen-second track. Dancing blindfolded, sitting on a beach by the ocean, and in a tango with a mismatched lover left to sink.
ellee ven is renowned for her video body of work. “You Can Buy Me” won the 2007 South Bay (Calif.) Music Awards’ “Best Video.” Other videos of note by ven: “You Me Us Oui“; “All of Me” (featuring Prodeje); and “Tightrope,” are fan favorites.
Showtime for Kulaks is 8pm-10pm. Free, but must be on the Guest List to be admitted as seating is limited (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to Guest List). For more details visit kulakswoodshed.com. ellee ven is also playing a set in nearby Calabasas on 11-11. For more details please visit groovalutionary.com.
ellee ven – “Underwater” (New Video)
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