Darryl Holter


Roots & Branches Album Release Party

Roots & Branches
  • Date: August 17, 2018
  • Location: Petroleum Building, Downtown Los Angeles
  • Venue: Roots & Branches Album Release Party

Join Darryl Holter as he performs songs from his new album
Roots & Branches

Friday August 17, 2018

Food & Drinks at 7pm
Show at 8pm

Catered by El Cholo Restaurant

Petroleum Building, 5th floor
Downtown Los Angeles
714 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Parking is adjacent to venue at 1025 S. Flower St. LA, CA 90015
Surface parking lot behind building, enter from Flower St.

Darryl Holter’s Roots & Branches Album Release Party

Darryl will be joined by his daughter, Julia Holter, the talented LA-based composer/artist who was also a part of his landmark 2016 album, Radio Songs: Woody Guthrie in Los Angeles 1937-39.

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More about Roots & Branches:
The New Album by Darryl Holter

It can be argued that all great popular songwriting is about relationships—the bond between friends, the seminal one between lovers and the larger connection between society and its leaders. On Roots & Branches, the latest release from Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and activist Darryl Holter, he draws inspiration from relationships of every stripe.

“The product of age and reflection, many of the songs on Roots & Branches are upbeat affirmations,” Holter says, “and most have universal themes like love and regret, memory and nostalgia, hope and death.” Like his first four albums—Darryl Holter, West Bank Gone, Crooked Hearts, and Radio Songs—Roots & Branches is beautifully recorded and produced by the multi-talented, composer/saxophonist and Holter family friend Ben Wendel.

Holter’s daughter Julia Holter, who was also a part of his landmark 2016 album, Radio Songs: Woody Guthrie in Los Angeles 1937-39 – Joins Darryl here on ‘Magazine Street” and “No Depression,” Julia is an accomplished singer/songwriter who has released four solo albums, the last of which, In The Same Room, was released on Domino Records in 2017. In the same year she also premiered her score for the 1928 silent film, The Passion of Joan of Arc.

A tuneful, provocative collection that explores the intricacies of relationships both personal and universal, Darryl Holter’s Roots & Branches, points this vital, opinionated, historically aware artist in exciting new directions, hinting at the next chapter for this social activist and folk singer who loves his relationship with making music, that starts in time honored fashion, as he says in the liner notes, with “a guitar, a chord progression and a handful of lyrics.”

More About The New Roots & Branches Album by Darryl Holter

Album Release: August 10, 2018