April 23, 2015
In celebration of Asian Pacific American (APA) Heritage Month, South Bay First Thursdays returns with its annual variety show (Re)Present to recognize APA excellence in performance art.
Date & Time: Thursday, May 7 from 7:00 p.m to 9:30 pm. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Location: Le Petit Trianon Theatre, 72 N. 5th Street, San Jose, CA 95112
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/428361650665063/
RSVP on Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/represent2015
Admission is FREE. Donations are appreciated to benefit SBFT’s monthly community events and programming.
Performers (MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED!):
Lailani Africa is a singer-songwriter based in the Bay Area. Her style reflects many influences. She is a touch of Jazz, Hip Hop, R&B and pop with a hint of indie flavor. Through the years, she dedicated her time learning the craft of songwriting. She seeks growth, ever-changing sounds, and unique collaborations. Her experience in music has led her to become an advocate of the arts. She hopes to inspire and raise awareness of arts education for our children’s schools. Lainlani aims to create music that is soul conscious, music that makes you think, and music that makes you feel good.
Jody Loud –
Jody Loud is a 26 year old Chinese-born rap artist from California. He grew up on Nas and cable television, and doesn’t eat milk with his cereal. His music explores social issues through clever punchlines and facetious humblebrags. He likes big butts and he cannot lie.
Wesley Woo is an award winning singer, songwriter, and guitarist with roots in Blues and Post Rock. Currently performing with “Wesley Woo Band,” his songs sound somewhere between U2 and Coldplay. Wesley was awarded ” 2013 Best Song of the Year” by West Coast Songwriters SF for his song “Stay,” from his album “Do Re Mi.”
Yiann Chou –
Yiann learned to sing and play the drums and guitar after consistent exposure to music at her childhood Taiwanese and Chinese Christian church in San Jose. Now she deeply values connection with music and the arts, history, and nature. Looking at pictures of food is pretty fun, too.
CryWolffs! Violin –
Corey Wolffs aka CryWolffs Violin is an electric violinist from San Mateo, California. He started learning violin at the age of four and has now melded his classical training with his passion for performing, his love of popular music, and his infatuation with music technology. He has performed on stages up and down the West Coast and regularly participates in Asian American Cultural and Community Events.
Anh Tuan Huynh –
Info to follow
More artists to be announced on Facebook
Questions? Please contact Son at firstname.lastname@example.org