Category Archives: Music

4th of July 2015 in LA: Every Single Thing You Could Possibly Want to Do…Fireworks! Cannons! Rollercoasters! BBQ! Giant Boats Made out of Legos!

LIVE MUSIC 3-Day July 4th Celebration at the Hollywood Bowl with Smokey Robinson (July 2, 3, 4) 7:30 pm / $13.00 – $256.00 From July 2-4th, Smokey Robinson will be bringing the Motown sound to the Bowl. There will be … Continue reading

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Queer Rockin’ Rules! OK!

Last Friday I was able to visit the Queer Rock Camp Southern California that took place at the Temple Israel in Long Beach, the first rock camp of its kind in the Los Angeles area…actually, only one other camp specifically … Continue reading

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Album Review: Jessica Lee Wilkes’s “Lone Wolf” EP

Jessica Lee Wilkes is a singer/songwriter and bassist from Paducah, KY who plays “raw, rhythm & blues-tinged rock & roll from a bygone era yet to come”, according to her website. Well-known as the upright bassist and co-vocalist for JD Wilkes … Continue reading

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Movie Review: “Seoul Searching” at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival

There is no doubt that John Hughes had a great impact on American culture in the 80’s and 90’s as he cleverly tapped into the zeitgeist and sensibilities of the era with movies such as: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Pretty in … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Rolling Stones Release Fonda Theater Show Recording on iTunes

This morning, without any fanfare, The Rolling Stones released the recording made when they played here May 20th at The Fonda Theater in Hollywood.  Rolling Stones’ fans were calling this club date the “gig to end all club gigs” at … Continue reading

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Bluespower Rocks the Dana Point Food, Wine and Music Festival

Bluespower rocked the Dana Point Food, Wine and Music Festival Saturday. A large crowd, enjoying tastes of wine from many different wineries as well as food as diverse as lobster, oysters, Persian cuisine, barbeque and German chocolates enjoyed the event. … Continue reading

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Tori Kelly’s Unbreakable Smile Album Release Party

On Thursday, June 26th, Tim DeLaGhetto hosted a livestream and album release party for Tori Kelly and her long-awaited debut album, Unbreakable Smile, at Youtube Space LA.  Just three days prior, Kelly’s put out her album and hit #1 on the iTunes album … Continue reading

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The California Philharmonic Begins its 2015 Season This Weekend

The California Philharmonic and Maestro Victor Vener present their 2015 Summer concert series with Saturday night shows at the Santa Anita Racetrack. “Gates open at 5:30pm to pre-concert family-friendly activities and dining including delicious gourmet food offerings available on-site, full bars and live jazz. … Continue reading

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“Chinatown Summer Nights” Kicks Off Saturday!

It’s that time of the year again. Time for Chinatown to explode with firecrackers, dragon dancers, a craft brew garden, DJs. shopping, and live music. Starting tomorrow night, Chinatown Summer Nights will be celebrated on the 4th Saturday of every … Continue reading

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Manifest Destiny Billboard Project Culminates in LA – Events and Where to Find the Billboards

Imagine driving along the freeway and instead of ads for buffets and gentlemen’s clubs, you come across a giant Marty Robbins album cover, a quote from Gertrude Stein, or a very meta picture of the trees and nature you would rather be … Continue reading

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