Birds of New York

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Last Reviewed August 20th, 2006
 
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Birds of New York at Hotel Cafe
Venue/Date: Avalon Hollywood (Hollywood, CA)
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October 19th, 2010
Reviewer: jenniboston

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I'd say third times a charm, but that is way too cliche for musicians like the Birds of New York. More like: third time disarmed. Ryan White and Jason Gaviati took down the Hotel Cafe once again last night with their latest project, Birds of New York. A friend of a friend told me to check the guys out, so I headed down to the Cahuenga last night. Ryan White, lead singer of the band Resident Hero that took down massive venues on their national tour a few years ago with Flyleaf, has a voice and an honesty to him that is really hard to find in Los Angeles, or anywhere for that matter. Jason Gaviati is a seasoned pro on the keyboard, with experience touring with Gavin Rossdale and other big acts. Joining the two best friends for the night on the bass and drums were Corey Britz, Bush's bassist, and John Ketchum. Hotel Cafe was filled with friends and fans, none of whom were disappointed. "Happy Without Me," Birds' best known song, resounded even more sweetly than usual, and the Ryan's intensity and feeling in the bands latest, "Ready to Move," was ready to move anyone to tears. Gavi, as Ryan calls him, was messing around on the piano in between songs, showing off with a little backstreet boys and N*SYNC action. Birds of New York are incredible musicians, they are entertainers, and they have a passion for music and for life that will be superglue your eyes to the stage. They will be back at the Hotel Cafe in a few weeks, and I suggest that everyone in Hollywood goes birdwatching.

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