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Indigo Lounge just....IS.

To those of you who came to Indigo Lounge on October 18th, thank you so much for your support (Ika you're the greatest)! It was one of those nights were everything flowed together in harmony. I set the tone with the first piece titled "Indigo." I must say, everyone seemed in tune with themselves and their fellow artist. Indigo Lounge is a melting pot of the L.A. art scene at its best. All I can say is, you should've been there! I would like to thank all of the artists who did their thang! A shout out to Blake and his crew from the C.S.U.N music program who jammed hard all night long. Folks are always so amazed on how young and talented these Katz really are. They did an awesome job! This time we really utilized other musicians and singers in addition to the house band and poets. Although an intimate crowd, the vibe was really powerful to say the least. It feels great to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and come to a place surrounded by real talent, positivity, and non-pretentious energy. Overall, it was a colorful evening full of pleasant surprises. Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.This may be one of L.A.'s best kept secrets. And you know what? I like it. Unfortunately and fortunately, Indigo Lounge is going on hiatus due to the holiday season. However, rumor is I may be coming back stronger than ever with a residency at 2nd St. Jazz. Don't sleep. Stay connected!

























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