Graffiteria LA showing some Love to LA-Artist.com and yours truly. Fresh food, fresh art, the way it.should be.

My journey to Granada Hills was rewarding, not only did I have the opportunity meet a plethora of local residents but I also had the pleasure of reacquainting myself with the various owners of the food trucks that were present– I had met several vendors at the San Fernando Food Truck night. In any case I enjoyed the evening, lots of people, photos, a full set was played, and of course Deicy and Frank, of Graffiteria LA, showed their support for the Artcard project, hosted by LA-Artist.

SAVE THE DATES!!!
LA-Artist & Michael Ray De Los Angeles will be at the 5th annual Anarchist Book Fair on December 7th.
Graffiteria LA will be at the Wild Bunch Car Club Van Nuys 5th Annual Toy Drive & Cruise In on December 8th .

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Happy Friday.
As an musician, I still feel that I am still working on my song transitions, and stage performance–even after all these years together, me and my Yamaha (featured above) are still finding ways to get closer to one another.

MRDLA Heads to the Hills, Granada Hills Set List
These Boots Were Made for Walking [Nancy Sinatra]
House of the Rising Sun [The Animals]
You Are My Sunshine [Screeching Weasel]
I will Never Be Untrue [The Doors]
Wear Nothing But Your Heart [MRDLA]
Joe Hill [Paul Robeson]
Ill Fly Away [Allison Kraus]
All Along The Watchtower [Bob Dylan]
Folsom Prison Blues [Johnny Cash]
Skank It [MRDLA, unrecorded instrumental]
Edification [MRDLA]
About A Girl [Nirvana]
Working Class Hero [John Lennon]
Let It Be [The Beatles]
Good Riddance [Green Day]
Amazing Grace [Traditional]

Listen to MRDLA on Soundcloud as well as Reverbnation.
Newest Spoken word track “Lost in Eternity,” also on youtube

This is a bit of a side note, but I really want to include it:
I want to take a moment to acknowledge that yesterday was Black Friday. The post turkey day festivity often includes large scale consumerism. Here in the valley, the celebration of consumerism could be found at places like the Walmart in Panorama City. So what did it look like??? See for yourself: The line starts here.

Happy Saturday one and all.
Michael Ray De Los Angeles Menjivar

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