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Andy Summers @ The Grammy Museum – 07/15/2015

Andy Summers @ The Grammy Museum – 07/15/2015

The GRAMMY Museum recently hosted a screening of Andy Summers’ rock documentary Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police based on his memoir, One Train Later, at the Clive Davis Theater. One of the most interest moments in the journeyman rock guitarist’s film was his early recollections of being part of the 1960s psychedelic music scene […]

Wine Tasting @ The Record Parlour with Gerald Casale of Devo – 06/30/2015

Wine Tasting @ The Record Parlour with Gerald Casale of Devo – 06/30/2015

The Record Parlour recently hosted a night of music by DEVO co-founder Gerald Casale who played DJ spinning vintage DEVO remixes and rarities on vinyl. Casale also treated the invited guests to sample his new vintages by 50 By 50, his award-winning new wine brand which includes the 2013 Sonoma Coast Pinor Noir and the […]

Interview: Brendt Thomas Diabo

Interview: Brendt Thomas Diabo

Influenced and Inspired by His Musical Icons Born and raised on the Mohawk Reserve of Kahnawake just outside of Montreal, Quebec, emerging artist Brendt Thomas Diabo’s music is an infusion of old-time country, rockabilly and blues. Brendt has independently released numerous singles, an EP, is set to release another this year, has airplay on various […]

Robert DeLong @ LURE Hollywood – 05/28/2015

Robert DeLong @ LURE Hollywood – 05/28/2015

Indie electronic rock/pop artist Robert DeLong brought his thinking man’s dance party to LURE Hollywood on Thursday May 28 to kick off the Lexus Pop-Up Concert Series, powered by Pandora. This special concert is the first of a four-part concert series to take place in Southern California leading into the summer. Like an intense mad […]

Noel Gallagher @ The Orpheum – 05/20/2015

Noel Gallagher @ The Orpheum – 05/20/2015

Blending a few Oasis songs with material from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds self-titled debut album and their newest release, “Chasing Yesterday,” the band fronted by the legendary singer/songwriter and guitarist of one of the biggest Britpop groups of the 90s, seemed willing to revisit the past rather than just stay there. The sold-out crowd […]

Joan Armatrading @ The Orpheum – 05/09/2015

Joan Armatrading @ The Orpheum – 05/09/2015

British singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading, now 64, showed on her final world tour and performing solo, at the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday May 9 that she is still a force to be reckoned with and is at height of her creative powers with her distinctive, authoritative contralto vocals undiminished by time or […]

Lieutenant @ The Troubadour – 04/08/2015

Lieutenant @ The Troubadour – 04/08/2015

Lieutenant, fronted by Foo Fighters/Sunny Day Real Estate bassist Nate Mendel, recently debuted his new project and showcased material from the band’s first record, If I Kill This Thing We’re All Going To Eat for A Week at The Troubadour on Wednesday April 8 before an enthusiastic capacity crowd and rockstar studded attendees including Dave […]

Babes in Toyland @ The Roxy – 02/12/2015

Babes in Toyland @ The Roxy – 02/12/2015

Based on a sold-out show at The Roxy Thursday night February 12, the public clearly hadn’t forgotten Babes In Toyland regardless of the fact the original lineup hadn’t played live together since 1996. Filling the concert floor were people of all ages and generations actively engaged and excitedly holding up their cell phones recording the show and […]