Metro Art Presents an exclusive pre-Valentine’s Day concert featuring the soulful sounds of Thee Sinseers. It’s all happening at L.A. Union Station on Thursday, February 13 from 4-6 p.m. in the waiting room area.
Thee Sinseers plays a blend of 1960s soul and R&B cultivated in their hometown of East Los Angeles. Influenced by James Brown, Ritchie Valens, Brenton Wood and Otis Redding, The band is fronted by multi-instrumentalist/producer Joey Quinones and features vocalists Adriana Flores and Bryan Ponce; a hard-hitting rhythm section with Luis Carpio, Chris Manjarrez, Aaron Perez and Francisco Flores; and brass players Ben Caiazza, Eric Johnson and Steve Surman. The ensemble creates the band’s retro yet modern sound.
Metro Art Presents showcases an exciting year-round array of arts and cultural events at historic Union Station. From music and dance performances, film screenings and poetry readings to experimental and mixed-media presentations, the programs creatively activate downtown’s primary transportation hub.