Your Friend Luc

Luc is a Michigan native from the suburbs of Detroit. Arriving in Nashville at eighteen, Living there for the last twelve years touring professionally, recording and songwriting wkth Artists such as Aaron Lewis of the rock group “Staind”, Clay Walker, Big and Rich, Brett Young, Allison Krause, Dan Tyminski of the Soggy Bottom boys, Yelawolf featuring DJ Paul of 36 Mafia.

Moving to Venice in 2019, he’s been setting his sights on the music scene of the West, focusing on a solo career, and broadened touring acts. A little James Dean, a little Bruce Springsteen. Check out Your Friend Luc’s music on Spotify, and Apple Music.

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Your Friend Luc on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S16.E02 – January 24, 2021

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David Sparrow

David Sparrow’s natural penchant for melody and songcraft has permeated the local Los Angeles and greater Maryland music communities for the past fifteen years. A Baltimore native, David relocated to Los Angeles, forming the Americana-rock outfit The Whiskey Saints. After releasing albums West and 24 Hours, The Whiskey Saints would soon evolve into the more straight-ahead rock grooves of Burning Jet Black. David Sparrow’s songwriting contributions like “Tennessee” and “Jessica” would provide melodic and pop sensibilities in the Paul McCartney ethic, while his performances as the lead vocalist compliments the songs written by bandmate and collaborator Dave Bloomfield with a soulful weight in songs like “Under Los Angeles” and “Saved.”

When Burning Jet Black ran its course at the end of 2016, David had built up a substantial wealth of songs while performing solo stints around the west side of L.A. By 2017 production began on his debut solo album titled Beggars and Choosers. Released in March of 2019, Beggars and Choosers represents a capstone of David’s time in Los Angeles. The album swells back and forth between tones of optimism, melancholy, romanticism, and confessional openness.

Since the release of Beggars and Choosers, David has since returned to Maryland to be closer to family. He continues to perform in and around the Maryland area and new singles are currently in the works to be released through 2021.

David Sparrow on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S10.E05 with Mercury Sound Club – February 10, 2019
Radio Venice S09.E08 – October 28, 2018
Radio Venice S07.E03 – November 26, 2017
Radio Venice S05.E08 – April 30, 2017
Radio Venice #22 – March 6, 2016

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Shelly Brown

Shelly is a singer, songwriter, vocal coach and more, hailing from the bayous of the Northern Rivers in New South Wales, Australia. She was brought up jamming, fed on it from the womb- singing is her natural state of ease. She loves drinking coffee, then teaching people about singing, about harmony, about the musical release in letting go; fuelled by soul music, jazz improv and a folky calm.

The covid universe has redefined music for our culture, and so, musicians are finding new ways to create and be their prolific selves. Shelly created a songwriting circle, to build community and encourage inspiration; she creates a singing lesson podcast welcoming you to partake in your own personal singing lesson and jamming inspired music theory. Shelly loves to serenade at weddings, teach vocal groups, and was sinking her head and heart into teaching choirs as covid hit.

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Shelly Brown on Radio Venice

Radio Venice 5 Year Anniversary Show – September 20, 2020
Radio Venice on Tour – Australia – May 3, 2016

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Anderson William

Anderson William was born in Washington DC and raised in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountain range in Virginia. His first song, a time-tested hit among his family, was written at 8 years old about his love for cashew nuts.

After a seven year stint in NYC where he wrote other songs – not about cashew nuts, he moved to Los Angeles. There, he found his voice and a real passion for storytelling through song whilst drinking whiskey, eventually forming the blues based Americana duo, High Noon Whiskey, with Diego Garcia (Stage 11).

Anderson currently lives in Austin, TX with his lovely wife, Amanda, and their two sweet doggies, Buckley & Arletta.

When not writing/performing music, Anderson spends his time as a woodworker, photographer, actor, writer, and director.

Anderson William on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S10.E05 with Mercury Sound Club – February 10, 2019
Radio Venice #7 with High Noon Whiskey – November 1, 2015

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Rene Camacho

Rene Camacho is an Acoustic, Electric Bassist and Vocalist originally from Tucson, Arizona, now living in Los Angeles. While trombone was his first instrument, he always had an affinity for the Bass and in his college years, Rene made the switch. Rene received a Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz Studies and Composition from The University of Arizona.

Since moving to Los Angeles in 1996, Rene has had the opportunity to explore many musical ventures, both in live performances and studio recordings. Rene began working with many Latin artists, shortly after moving to Los Angeles most notably, a five year stint with the Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz and a brief time with the King of Mambo, Tito Puente.

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Rene Camacho on Radio Venice

Radio Venice Presents … The Refugees of WAR – January 10, 2021

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Stuart Ziff

Stuart Ziff, born in Buffalo NY, started playing guitar at the age of 10. Playing in various bands locally. He moved to New York City in 1978 to pursue a freelance career in music.

Credits include Broadway shows O’Calcutta, National Lampoon Class of ’86. Numerous sessions for singer songwriters and jingles including: Clarol, British Airways, Pizza Hut, Heineken Beer.

In 1990 moved to Nashville to pursue his writing career and session work as a guitarist. Co writing his first hit “Thinking Problem” with David Ball and Allen Shamblin. The song went on to become a No 1 hit for David Ball. Also the song “Don’t Think Twice” from the same record co written with Ball.

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Stuart Ziff on Radio Venice

Radio Venice Presents … The Refugees of WAR – January 10, 2021

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