Book Review: A Place Called The Bla-Bla Cafe’
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Also included is a staff table and a page performers' table that lists hundreds of performers who showcased there along with a synopsis of their industry credits: It's a must-read for people who were there and everyone who appreciates the value of living their dreams. Paperback , pages.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Mar 15, Bev rated it did not like it Shelves: I was asked to review this book for my on-line journal. The third part of the book contains tables of all the players, including a table describing all the staff and a larger table containing the performers — hundreds of them. If the casting could be accomplished, this would make a killer of a successful movie; many of us who did not know that such a place ever existed would certainly go to see the film.
In that uncertain decade, it was an oasis of some stability from — Located on Ventura Boulevard in Studio City, Los Angeles, it provided a proving ground for new material and new performers from a wide variety of artistries. Today there is a reunion website where the old regulars and staff still check in and use the Forum, so that the family can live on.
Sandy Ross was one of or so songwriters at the Bla-Bla, performing and listening to others while writing pop songs and hits that we still enjoy.