Lion Babe) crawled around on the stage like the sexy cat that she is. Eventually she rose up on her feet and took off her colorful kimono. Hervey walked up to the mic, seized it, and launched into the first song. Overtaken by the moment, Hervey had a few words for the sold-out crowd. “I’m so excited to be here. I cannot believe that I’m at the Roxy - of all places. And my first headline show in LA!” " /> L.A. Record

LION BABE @ THE ROXY

November 20th, 2015 | Photos

Lion Babe @ The Roxy Theatre, West Hollywood - 11/17/2015 Photos by Maximilian Ho

When the curtains lifted at the Roxy, singer Jillian Hervey (1/2 of Lion Babe) crawled around on the stage like the sexy cat that she is. Eventually she rose up on her feet and took off her colorful kimono. Hervey walked up to the mic, seized it, and launched into the first song. Overtaken by the moment, Hervey had a few words for the sold-out crowd. “I’m so excited to be here. I cannot believe that I’m at the Roxy – of all places. And my first headline show in LA!”

The show was part of the 30 days in LA event sponsored by Red Bull Sound Select. Fans were treated to free goodies like pizzas, complimentary parking, and kimonos emblazoned with the Lion Babe logo. While Hervey sang and danced to fan favorites like the groovy “Jump High” and the catchy verses of “Impossible,” the other half of Lion Babe, Lucas Goodman, stood in back playing samples off his MIDI pad. It’s been a busy year for the NYC-based neo-soul duo. They played many festivals and opened up for big acts such as The Roots and Disclosure. Hervey made mention of their full-length debut album that is planned for release in the next few months. They closed out the show with the sultry “Treat Me Like Fire.”