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THE ASSOCIATION’S NEW ‘LOCAL 110’ NIGHT PRESENTS FRANCESCA VANNUCCI AND THE BASTARDS OF BELLEVILLE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2013, STARTING AT 10:30PM.
Francesca Vannucci and The Bastards of Belleville will be appearing Thursday, March 28th, 2013 at The Association, starting at 10:30pm. This will be the third installment of their monthly residency at The Association. Bringing their unique sound of retro jazz infused with a modern edge, the music is a perfect compliment to the high-end craft cocktails and sultry vibe found at The Association. You'll hear classic jazz tunes as well as some newer hits by artists such as Amy Winehouse and Paloma Faith-- all delivered with the Bastards of Belleville's trademark "Gypsy Swing". Come to drink, stay to dance and party like it's 1939.
Francesca’s last performance was recently reviewed with high notes by Ultravulgarsuperfiend.com: "Her (Francesca) sultry crooning mingles with the trumpet and a gentle river of strings carries the listener off into a dream." ~Ashley Berry http://www.ultravulgarsuperfiend.com/the-bastards-of-belleville-feat-francesca-vannucci-at-the-association-bar-1-20-13/
The Association’s newly introduced “Local 110” night targets the local Downtown, LA community, by inviting local residents, collaborating with the Downtown Fashion District, and providing local entertainment. At the epicenter of the night, is The Association’s ever so popular craft cocktails menu, offering Prohibition-era inspired cocktails.
On Local 110 nights sans live entertainment, Resident DJ Waldo spins an eclectic mix of soul, funk, 70s-90s classics, Brit-Pop, alternative, old-school, up-tempo lounge, disco and pop. On Artwalk Thursdays (Second Thursdays), DJ Wyatt Case takes charge of the turntables.
Event is 21+ / no cover charge / for table reservations and to RSVP guests can contact Farah Casis at email@example.com.
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The Association's cocktail menu, conceptualized by San Francisco based consultant Kent Howard and owner Ashley Joyce, consists of an impressive list of classic concoctions such as America's first-ever created cocktail, the "Sazerac".