Our live Snowflakes performance (right before the rainstorm) at North Valley Military Institute Cinco de Mayo Carnival. Thank you Saúl Mejía for booking us. Kerry Crutchfield on drums. We love playing rock n roll so much!
We created a limited edition (50 units) pre-release version of our upcoming debut CD. Covers of INXS’ “Beautiful Girl” with guest lead vocals by Natasha‘s sister, Marina, and John Lennon’s “Imagine” are included. The cover songs won’t be on the future official release.
1.What Does Your Heart Say 04:05
2.Glacial Pace 03:29
3.Letting Go 04:23
4.Alien Girl 03:28
6.Beautiful Girl 03:38
7.Run Away 04:24
9.Earth Air Fire Water 03:48
We pulled together a slideshow video for our cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine”. We played so many great shows last year and have been chipping away at our upcoming album. In the meantime the meaning of this song was speaking to us. We weren’t planning on recording a cover. But the spirit struck and we are pleased to share John Lennon’s prayer for peace and photos from the fun gigs we’ve played.
“Doors open at 9:00pm, music starts promptly at 10:00pm. Immerse yourself in hours of acoustic tunes with Snowflakes. Cash donation bar, no outside beverages please. Artist Q&A after the show. Only 40 tickets available. Pre-sale only.”
We are so looking forward to this. It seems almost like a house concert, which we’ve yet to play. There’s an hour of music, an hour of mingling and then another, shorter set. It sounds like a perfectly lovely evening to us. All the details are on our gig calender Tickets are being sold through EventBrite. The Love Dome is a westside institution.
Jonathan Zadok hosts some really great comedy and songwriter nights around Los Angeles. Snowflakes is always delighted to jam at his soirées. Max Holly showed up to cheer on the night. Tom Bishell appeared out of the blue and snapped neat photos. He’s a pro and it shows! The sound was great onstage and we had a thoroughly wonderful rock out sesh. Photos by Tom Bishell.