UCLA Annual Jazz/Reggae Fest 2012 Day 1 – The Roots

Enjoy the photos. A great event we go to every year closed out by the massive sound of The Roots. This was the 26th year of this melting pot of Los Angeles communities, music, and people. Its a bit of a microcosim of all of the things right with our diverse city. More to come. Enjoy the photos of the Roots and the attendees. Much thanks to Ken Heller at UCLA.

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Brian Michaels

About Brian Michaels

Brian Michaels is grew up in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles in the glory days of the late 1960s and 70s. Only a stone's throw from the Sunset Strip, Michaels had an early education in rock music. Michaels attended his first punk rock show at the age of 14 at the Whiskey a Go Go and has been going strong ever since. Brian is a defense attorney by profession but adds photography and writing to a list of his many passions outside of the his job. Brian can be found on the web at www.exlaprosecutor.com.
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