Category Archives: Music

Long Beach Zombie Walk Oct 24th-26th

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Stuart Gordon’s Re-animator Musical Makes a Splash!

The Steve Allen Theater in Los Feliz has been home to some pretty incredible events. Trepany House may have outdone themselves this time by bringing Re-animator to life once again. The show has been touring the country to rave reviews, and has … Continue reading

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“Fuzzy” Knight Brings Blowin’ Smoke Rhythm and Blues Band and the Fabulous Smokettes to Harvelle’s for Some Great Music

Often times, the smaller intimate rooms bring out the best in a group. Such was the case Saturday night at Harvelle’s, once the only place west of LA’s Central Avenue where you could hear blues, soul and R&B. The Blowin’ … Continue reading

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LA Beat Contest: Win Tix to the YouBloom Music Conference!

Want a free pair of tickets to the music conference at the YouBloom Festival? The conference takes place at The Ebell Club in Highland Park on Saturday November 15th, and the program includes masterclasses on the economics of DIY production, as … Continue reading

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Le Reverie’s Allie Jorgen Talks About Their Music and the Upcoming Rockers Against Cancer 3 Benefit Show

Allie Jorgen was sitting in a club when what can only be described as a moment of Kismet occurred. “This particular situation came together in 2010, the drummer and I were at a club watching a band and the keyboard … Continue reading

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Long Beach Folk Revival Festival 2014

The Long Beach Folk Revival Festival took place last weekend at the picturesque Rainbow Lagoon Park.  The weather was perfect and the food trucks were plentiful. Booths selling vintage clothes, on-the-spot screen printed shirts, a pop-up barber shop, and various … Continue reading

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Gilbert and Sullivan’s Comic Operetta ‘The Mikado’ a hit at the Hillcrest Theater in Thousand Oaks

The Ventura County Gilbert & Sullivan Repertoire Company is presenting Gilbert & Sullivan’s most popular and most frequently globally produced operetta, The Mikado. Written in 1865 and set in an imaginary Japanese village, it provides a beautiful setting for Sir … Continue reading

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DVD Review – Filmage: The Story of the Descendents/ALL

I have seen my fair share of music documentaries, and possibly your share too. “Filmage: the Story of Descendents/All,” follows the usual pattern of live footage interspersed with interviews and stills. Graphics are used creatively to help the audience keep … Continue reading

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KXLU’s Annual Fundrazor is Happening Right Now

Loyola Marymount University’s radio station KXLU 88.9 FM started its 10-day fundrazor yesterday. Many of us remember hearing historic bands like the Minutemen and Victor Banana play live on air, and if you knew one person, you could even hang out at the … Continue reading

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Andy Warhol’s “Shadows” Inhabit MOCA Through February 2, 2015

  The new exhibit of “Shadows” at MOCA rounds out Andy Warhol ‘s story and his legacy in an unexpected way for this 20th century iconic artist. All of “Shadows” 102 canvases will be displayed at MOCA through February 2nd … Continue reading

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