A key part of the revitalization of downtown Los Angeles is the renaissance of late night establishments catering to the younger professional-class residents who live in the city and apparently don't need much sleep. Seven Grand has enhanced its reputation as the go-to downtown whiskey bar with classy but youthful jazz and blues. One of their new monthly features is Nora Germain, who sings with a sweet, buoyant voice but really shines on violin with a facile technique and a bubbling fountain of energetic ideas. She fits nicely with Seven Grand's retro-classic theme, implying a time when young people frequented hunting lodges and listened to jazz.
Sun., Jan. 4, 9 p.m.-midnight, 2015
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