BCC Introduces LGBT Jewish Nightclub

Los Angeles LGBT synagogue Beth Chayim Hadashim opens its doors to something other than praying; “Club 6090” is aiming to be a fun place for your next night out in the city. Opening night is October 26.

Most days, BCC focuses on the kind of programs and services one might expect from a synagogue in the heart of Los Angeles. But “Club 6090″ will take a break from Torah, prayer, study, and charity to let music and mingling take over.

The idea is simple: We transform “BCC” into a club where you can have a nice evening out in the city, drink, and hang out with your friends, while listening to good music- all for a small cover donation.  We strongly believe that this concept can make new connections and can be fun for our members and guests.

We would like the support of our members to come and celebrate with us at the opening night of “Club 6090” to see what it’s all about.  Comedian and actor Scott Silverman will host the evening and bring his Shtik, we will have a guest performance by Solomon King,  an acoustic guitar player and blues singer who was nominated for a Grammy under Best Contemporary Blues Album. King will be followed by the hottest Jam band in town – The Peculiars!

The Peculiars are a fun-loving, exciting, and colorful LA Jam band with a passion for Classic Rock, Pop, Blues and Soul. Band member Lauren Wood (drums, vocals) is responsible for the international hit song “Fallen” from the Pretty Woman soundtrack (over 19 million copies sold), and “Please Don’t Leave,” a top 20 hit duet with Michael McDonald.

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