Beyond Baroque: Satellite of Lou
An evening in honor of Lou Reed in the period 1969-1973; with Mary Woronov, Dick & Jane, Azalia Snail, Dan West, & Angie Bowie with LoveyDove.
Mary Woronov, a sublimely elegant and brilliant actress and artist, first made headlines in the early 1960s as a Warhol superstar. She danced with Exploding Plastic Inevitable, Warhol's multimedia presentation of the Velvet Underground. She played Hanoi Hannah in Chelsea Girls, the 1966 experimental underground film directed by Andy Warhol.
Angie Bowie is a Cypriot-born American model, actress and journalist who, along with her ex-husband David Bowie, influenced the glam rock culture and fashion of the 1970s. She was married to English singer David Bowie from 1970 until their divorce in 1980. The couple had one child, film director Duncan Jones. She is the author of “Backstage Passes” and “Lipstick Legends.”
Fronting the Dick and Jane Family Orchestra, the mesmerizingly talented Jane is one of Los Angeles’ original “100 punks.” She has been performing in various clubs since the 1980s. As a filmmaker and producer, Jane Cantillon has worked for shows like Entertainment Tonight, Blind Date, Tyra, Ask Oprah’s All-Stars, and recently for CBS’ The Talk.
Richard Ross is a seasoned producer/director for various Discovery Channel and HISTORY docu-series’ as well as a gifted composer and musician.
Azalia Snail, once Lou Reed’s neighbor in Greenwich Village, is a delectably eclectic musical artist with a unique pop sensibility. She is an indie rock veteran who has produced over a dozen albums of kaleidoscopic pop.
Dan West is a multi instrumentalist, composer, arranger and songwriter who has worked with everyone from Rosemary Clooney to El Vez.