Los Angeles delivers various types of events during the summer. All over town there’s something for someone. The Getty Museum presents Saturdays Off The 405, consisting of live music and drinks at the museum courtyard. The relaxed and beautiful environment provides an incredible sensory. This past Saturday The Getty presented WATERS, a five piece rock band hailing from San Fransisco, CA. WATERS just recently settled in Los Angeles and this show couldn’t have been a better welcoming.
WATERS was unbelievable. A band who’s lively and carefree deserve more recognition. Van Pierszalowski ( vocal and guitar ) jumped in the air with his guitar while Sara DaMert ( keyboard ) swayed the crowd. Greg Sellin ( bass ), Brian DaMert ( guitar ), and Andrew Wales ( drums ) were electric in way that made the crowd love them even more. They played all the songs they could, which was off both thier records, Out in the Light and What’s Real.
WATERS played the soft tune “The Avenue” for the very first time, and I’m pretty sure I began to love that song even more. It’s passionate and real. “Mom and Dads” was another song with high energy and a great back story which doesn’t make living with your parents so bad. Plus a spontaneous cover made a perfect sing along as the band covered “Blank Space” by Taylor Swift. The cover prepped the crowd for “I Feel Everything”, as everyone together in unison to sang “Oh-oh-oh. Oh-oh-oh”. They closed off a well spent Saturday night with “Got To My Head”. WATERS is hitting the road this fall with MisterWives. -y
Listen to WATERS here.
All fall tour dates here.
Buy What’s Real here.