fake party!
carla bozulich and many diverse and incredible guests
(please dress fancy, don’t be late. or screw it, come as you are.)

Sunday, August 27, 2000 7pm Performance
MAK Center for Art and Architecture Schindler House 835 N Kings Rd West Hollywood, CA 90069


In the walls, under stars, brushing elbows,
you’ve never looked lovelier, dear.
We all love art and music and fun
and parties where anything goes,
and seeing old friends and drawing people close,
while others come a bit too near.
This night has promise, you’ve got to come over.
Every time we get together, it’s something to behold.
New music dressed up like a party;
a social event disguised as art.
Life is always like this:
fantastic, provocative, rare and romantic
with free booze and snacks,
and some charming little twists.

You remember Carol Cetrone? She can always go-go-go.
Adam Idell is coming, discussion, percussion.
Nels Cline can’t wait to say, “hello”.
You’ll find Geoff Brandin somewhere.
He’ll be sounding off in the halls.
Erica Rawlings wants to tell you some things.
Dave Stone spinning out, rumbling walls.
Ethan Holtzman, a musician.
That’s something to be today.
Me, I’ve been dying to see you, and sing.
I think everyone’s going to play.

xoxox, Carla

Carla Bozulich was born in New York City, and raised in San Pedro, California. Her musical career began at age 17 in a garage in Lawndale, California, with her first band, The Neon Veins. Since then she has performed, recorded, and collaborated with a numerous artists in a variety of genres.