Finally a Monday worth looking forward to. Hip-hop/blues hybrid band Bone Davis is performing a live concert at the historical Loews Hollywood Hotel, which, in true Hollywood style, just got a major face-lift. The concert will feature a surprise celebrity guest, but the important thing is that it benefits PAWS/LA, an organization dedicated to helping low-income seniors and disabled people “enrich their quality of life by ensuring the psychosocial and physical benefits of animal companionship.” The programs offer everything from pet food service to subsidized veterinary care to temporary foster care. Bone Davis is the namesake band of the ever-so-funky T-Bone Davis, who has performed with John Entwistle of The Who and B.B. King. Davis and his troupe give the blues a contemporary hip-hop, Latin and even reggae spin. As far as live benefit concerts go, it won't get any better than this; great sounds and a noble cause, all at the center of the glamorous hustle and bustle of Hollywood. 1755 N. Highland Ave., Hlywd.; Mon., June 2, 7-9 p.m.; $20, VIP $67 (includes select seating in the Loews Lounge and a photo session with the artists after the event). (310) 598-1761, eventbrite.com.
Mon., June 2, 7-9 p.m., 2014
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