(HOLLYWOOD PRESS CORPS) Los Angeles, CA — July 31, 2018 — On the road from Israel, Lazer Lloyd played a concert at the historic Pico Union Project which is located on the west side of the 110 freeway near Pico and South Union street in downtown Los Angeles. The Pico Union Project is an old Welsh church, turned into a synagogue, turned into an event space. Lazer Lloyd was born in America but moved to Israel.
Lloyd became a disciple of Rabbi Carlebach. Shlomo Carlebach was an iconic singer, rabbi and spiritual leader who was known as the Singing Rabbi. Rabbi Shlomo inspired many artists from around the world to move to Israel and dedicate their lives to Hasidic Judaism. Loyd became a folower of Rabbi Shlomo and has since then, created original music while raising his family. Lloyd’s passion for music is obvious when you see him play live. Lazer Lloyd played guitar in a Jewish rock band called Reva L’Sheva (Hebrew for “a quarter to seven”). He has studied the guitar and is a virtuoso. He’s a master level guitar player and singer. Lloyd came to a realization that individuals have a choice whether they are good or bad. Lloyd believes that life is a blessing. His music seeks to make a deeply human connection. Lloyd is a possitive person. He works hard to keep an uplifting vibe.
The show at Pico Union was a lot of fun and the location is as urban as Los Angeles can offer. The audience sat in the church pews and were comforted by stylish pillows. A large tour bus brought guests and the crowd really seemed to enjoy the Americana blues that Lloyd plays. Lazer Lloyd’s band was comprised of a group of musicians that really like to play. The drummer sounded solid in the old church. The bass and keyboards filling in the rhythm section. The Lazer Lloyd tour goes througout America before Lloyd goes back to Israel to be with his family. They’ll make stops in Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.
This tour supports Lazer Lloyd’s latest album called Freedom’s Child. Check out lazerlloyd.com for more information.