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Robyn Hitchcock @ The Troubadour – 05/03/2017

Robyn Hitchcock @ The Troubadour – 05/03/2017

British singer/songwriter/guitarist Robyn Hitchcock performed a 30 minute raw, potent intimate acoustic set followed by a full electric set at a sold-out show at the Troubadour on May 3rd in which he jokingly referred to as a “recital” and he further commented in jest, “he didn’t want to pay for an opening act.” Taking a […]

INTERVIEW: Matthew Kopperud of Close Talker

INTERVIEW: Matthew Kopperud of Close Talker

The Canadian indie-rock trio, Close Talker, featuring Will Quiring, Matthew Kopperud and Christopher Morien, has released its third album, Lens, a 10-track collection that “showcases the band’s maturity and poise,” while “entering new realms of pop sensibility.” Lens finds Close Talker building upon its musical abilities and showing more creative growth while still being able […]

The Dollyrots @ The Hi Hat – 03/30/2017

The Dollyrots @ The Hi Hat – 03/30/2017

It was a family affair for the pop/power/punk duo The Dollyrots, featuring the husband and wife duo of guitarist and vocalist Luis Cabezas, and vocalist and bassist Kelly Ogden at an L.A. stop on their national tour supporting their sixth studio album released in March Whiplash Splash at The Hi Hat on Thursday March 30. Early […]

Fernando Perdomo @ The Canyon Club – 03/24/2017

Fernando Perdomo @ The Canyon Club – 03/24/2017

Singer/Songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist Fernando Perdomo and the “Band of Voyeurs” performed a passionate and energetic set of original material (pop rock and progressive rock) from his most recent released CD Voyeurs on March 24 at the Canyon Club. The album and CD was recorded and produced by Perdomo who played all instruments and sang on […]

Bash & Pop @ The Troubadour – 03/07/2017

Bash & Pop @ The Troubadour – 03/07/2017

Twenty-four years have passed since Bash & Pop released their first album, Friday Night Is Killing Me. Now, that the pop/rock and alternative unit has reformed, they are on their first national U.S. tour in 20 years, and back in January, they released their second LP, Anything Can Happen. Time has proved to be just an […]

INTERVIEW: Oliver Brown AKA Browlin

INTERVIEW: Oliver Brown AKA Browlin

Oliver Brown AKA Browlin is promoting his latest album, To The Border, which “sounds like its straight from a Tarantino movie soundtrack and could be featured on the next big gangster film or Mexican mafia television series.” Browlin has also worked as a sought-after DJ and music consultant on major films including “Love, Rosie” staring […]

Timothy B. Schmit @ The Rose – 01/29/2017

Timothy B. Schmit @ The Rose – 01/29/2017

Performing songs that span his four-decade long career and on tour supporting his sixth solo album, Leap Of Faith, Timothy B. Schmit delivered an enjoyable and satisfying show that lasted well over two hours at The Rose in Pasadena on Sunday, January 29. Schmit is best known for his stints in Poco and The Eagles, […]

INTERVIEW: Phil Leavitt of dada

INTERVIEW: Phil Leavitt of dada

Over the Summer of 2016, SoCalMusicToday.com spoke to the personable and colorful drummer Phil Leavitt who is one part of the raunchy, raw, edgy, bluesy and rocking duo 7Horse as well as one third of the California veteran rockers dada founded in 1992. The other parts that make up dada are, singer-guitarist Joie Calio and singer-guitarist Michael Gurley. […]

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