Hot October is a high-energy bluegrass quartet, built of some of the best pickers in Los Angeles. After studying at Cal Arts in Santa Clarita, all members continued working as professional session and performing artists with ranging genres of music.
It wouldn’t be out of place to see David Tranchina (bass), using the precision, and freedom of a jazz musician to rip through these punchin’ bluegrass songs.
Sasha Birrittella (guitar), can be found playing in some of the largest stages around the world w/ pop and rock artists. When he picks up the acoustic guitar however, you hear all of the history in each and every note coming through those strings. The band is driven with original songs written by Paul Fuller (banjo), and Jesse Olema (fiddle).
Paul has played the banjo all his life, and his songs reflect the history of bluegrass, while coming from a modern place. Being a luthier himself, Paul also builds amazing ukelele’s and guitars.
Jesse Olema plays the fiddle with a soulfulness and attack that you don’t normally see, and as an original songwriter, he has carved his own voice in the Americana/bluegrass realm.
General Admission $20.00
Members of the WMA, SCVHS, FOHP, BASC $17.00
Advance ticket sales: OutWest Hotline: 661.255.7087
Pick up tickets in advance at OutWest
22508 6th Street, Newhall, CA 91321
On concert night, pick up reserved tickets at “Will Call” at the Repertory East Playhouse
Seating is first come- first served – every seat is terrific!
Repertory East Playhouse
24266 Main St, Newhall, CA 91321
The Hydeaway Lounge @ the REP
Offers Beer, Wine, and Mixed Drinks
Before and After Every Show
Opens 7:00 pm Concert 8:00 pm
Thank you to our sponsors and supporters: SCVTV, OutWest, The REP, Western Music Association California Chapter, and a special “thank you” to The Magazine of Santa Clarita
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