WINNERS SHOWCASE AT THE HOTEL CAFE IN HOLLYWOOD
Papermoon Gypsys Win Two LA Music Critics Awards,
“Fan Favorite” and Best Blues Artist”
Tuesday, June 20 – 10:00 pm
Orange County-based band Papermoon Gypsysheadline the L.A. Music Critics Awards Winners Showcase at The Hotel Cafe, 1623 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Tuesday, June 20. 10 pm. Tickets $10 (advance), $12 (door), or purchase tickets now at The Hotel Cafe website. Additional info online here: https://www.facebook.com/events/155607534970234/.
Papermoon Gypsys recently took home two LA Music Critics Awards:”Best Blues Artist” and “Fan Favorite”, topping a very competitive field. “We’re honored and, of course, thrilled to win not just one, but two LA Music Critic Awards, in what was a very competitive field,” says Papermoon Gypsys’ guitarist and principal songwriter, Kenny “Big Daddy” Williams. “We personally know many of the bands that competed, and were up against some very talented musicians. Thanks to (LA Music Critic Founder) Robert Leggett for recognizing and involving Papermoon Gypsys in these awards.”
“Excellent musicians performing exemplary blues-rock music together.”
The dynamic group’s live show at The Mint in Los Angeles was recently reviewed by national publication Music Connection, who wrote,”Papermoon Gypsys are one of those groups that American music relies upon heavily often without acknowledging it……Big Brother and the Holding Company meets The Commitments…perfectly enjoyable…singer Lexi G has a powerful set of pipes..guitarist Kenny ‘Big Daddy’ Williams is a fun guitarist, alternating trad blues licks with elaborate riffs…they sound great and are fun to watch.”
What The Press Is Saying About…Papermoon Gypsys
“Lexi G and her soulful tones steal the show on ’70’s-style blues-rockers like “Love Medication,” the Allman-esque “It’s Complicated” and the mystic, East Indian psychedelia of “Halls of Chandrian.”
“On ‘Halls of Chandrian’ Lexi G’s vocals are bright and cultured, while guitarist (Kenny) Williams sprinkles hints of sitar-like sounds throughout. ‘She’s Tough’ is right out of Elmore James’ music stream, and Williams is tight on the slide with a boogie groove. Nice!
“Kenny Williams plays guitar and handles some of the vocals, and when he takes a lead, it drives hard. Lexi G handles both rough bar-flavored growls and smooth-as-silk vocals, and anytime she steps behind a microphone is the start of an enjoyable journey. A ton of promise for the future.”
“They have the grit, the raw power, and the excitement to get the crowds going and give them a show they will never forget.”
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