Bryce Vine

New York transplant Bryce Vine seems right at home in his adopted city of Los Angeles, and the neo-R&B sound he’s developed reflects this bi-coastal background.  But his love for the City of Angels is transparent: “I work out of a house in Hollywood Hills that we converted into a studio. Every day on my way there I get to drive alongside a city wide view of LA.  We’ll all get together on the deck frequently and watch the sun go down. We realize how lucky we are.” Mixing the old-school authenticity and style of east coast hip-hop with the laid-back and confident sound of west coast G-Funk, Bryce’s music captures listeners with its upbeat grooves and holds their attention with carefully crafted lyrical flows.

Don’t miss Bryce on his November tour: 

11.16 Charlotte, NC @ Evening Muse
11.17 Atlanta, GA @ Purgatory at the Masquerade
11.18 Orlando, FL @ Backtooth

city guide:
Los Angeles, CA
Post & Beam
"The owner is a man I know well, to say the least. I have spent the later part of my 20s especially admiring his drive to make the world a happier place through food. He opened his restaurant Post & Beam about 5 years ago in a neighborhood around Baldwin Hills that was nowhere near hip or up-and-coming. He built a place that today has helped shape the diverse community of interesting and thoughtful people in the greater Los Angeles area. This man is my father, Brad Johnson (he also opened the original Roxbury and Georgia in the 90s).  When I do drink, I prefer their Negroni or an Aviation." — Bryce Vine
3767 Santa Rosalia Drive, Los Angeles, CA, United States
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Chateau Marmont Hotel

Lodging with Old Hollywood glamour, plus a pool, an intimate restaurant & an elegant cocktail bar.

8221 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046, USA
The Peppermint Club
"Peppermint Club is probably my new favorite venue. Love the vibe. Feels like we could be playing in any era." — Bryce Vine
8713 Beverly Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA, United States
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The Federal Bar
"The Federal Bar in North Hollywood has real deal karaoke nights. Like a full band i.e. guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, and drummer. And these talented musicians have memorized an arsenal of songs for anyone who signs up before the night closes. It's pretty damn cool." — Bryce Vine
5303 Lankershim Boulevard, CA, United States
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Melrose Trading Post
Open-air market features a range of vendors selling antiques, vintage goods and collectibles.  Open every Sunday 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
7850 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, United States
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Davey Wayne’s

Funky '70s retro bar with era-appropriate garage sale decor, an Airstream trailer & backyard BBQ.

1611 N El Centro Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA