Glennellen Comes to Los Angeles for a Show at Hotel Cafe
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Glennellen returns to the L.A. stage with veteran guitarist Rob Reischak for a performance at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 22 at Hotel Café, 1623. N. Cahuenga Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028.
For tickets, visit www.HotelCafe.com.
“We have amazing artists opening up for us and sharing the bill, too, including LIMBO - who's best known hit ‘Airplane Mode’ has over 5 million plays on Spotify. It's going to be a sick show," Glennellen said.
Glennellen returns to Los Angeles just ahead of her upcoming single, set to drop this summer, featuring Reischak on the guitar.
Reischak recalled his first meeting with the singer: “I met Glennellen in 2017 when playing for country singer Alexandria Corn,” recalled Reischak – LA session musician and lead guitarist for Vaud and the Villains. “Glenn was invited to sing backgrounds to one of the shows and even during the rehearsals Glennellen and I had this instant musical connection. We’ve been working together ever since.”
The two musicians come to the stage after working in the studiofor Glennellen’s upcoming EP which is scheduled to drop later this year.
“Working with Rob is a treasure. He's wickedly gifted, and thoroughly committed to his craft,” she said. “He infuses his passion and professionalism into this infectious energy when performing together. Hell, even just rehearsing. There's always something new brought to the table for every show, even if the set list is the same. The chords and melody are consistent, but they on-the-spot creativity always changes.”
Glennellen first first appeared on “American Idol” at age 15 and has continued her trajectory with live performances and a tour following her debut album “Perspective,” which garnered much acclaim. With a string of hit singles such as “Afterglow,” “Champagne in a Can,” “Love You Too,” and others, Glennellen has also expanded into acting with a number of credits such as Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” NBC’s “Timeless” and others.