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The Coffee Gallery Backstage
2029 Lake Ave.

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David Harvey Presents Holly Bernt, Doug Conlon, Robert Morgan Fisher w/Special Guest Dylan Brody

Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

Cost: $15.00

Sponsor: The Coffee Gallery Backstage

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South Dakota born Holly Bernt recently moved to LA via Detroit. Holly is a Storyteller in Song that resonates with her poignant memories and dreams . Holly's powerful voice melds Americana ballads, soulful blues, with touches of folk. Doug Conlon's original brand of gritty folk rock first surfaced in the 90s with the occasional acoustic gig in Denver. Doug's passion took off in Dallas in acoustic showcases with rock band Eden Automatic and his acoustic performances with wife Annette. When he moved to Los Angeles in 2007 Doug truly struck out on his own. Performing regularly at Southern California venues such as Sonny McLeans and Brennan's as a solo artist, with guitarist Richard Marchetta, and with the Doug Conlon Band. Remember when songs told great stories? Robert Morgan Fisher's music and fiction are closely linked. He refers to himself as a Narrative Engineer and often writes "companion songs" to his short stories. Robert is a notable author, screenwriter, songwriter, and teacher. Robert's music takes you in a tapestry of story, imagination, and feeling. He weaves word and melody immaculately. Dylan Brody is an award winning playwright, a thrice published author, a humorist and a story-teller. He's a writer for the Huffington Post and a new contributor to NPR's OffRamp on KPCC.