Category Archives: Miscellanious

The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 7/25/19 – 7/31/19

Looking for cool live music this week? Here’s some show recommendations: Thursday 7/25 Cafe Nela – La Tumba, Dante HH + Black Iron Rebel Harvard & Stone – Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs + Brainspoon, free! The Hi Hat – Justus Proffit, Outerpaces … Continue reading

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Louder She Said: Turn It Up! Fundraiser at The Echoplex Amped up the Volume for Women in Music

Turn It Up!, the newly formed Los Angeles-based organization which advocates for parity for women in the music industry, held its first large benefit show last Sunday at the Echoplex to raise funds for its educational and advocacy work. Gender … Continue reading

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Tailgate Fest: A New Kind of Festival in the Inland Empire

Many festival goers face a chicken and egg dilemma: is the festival about the music, or is it about the party? Tailgate Fest, a two day country music festival happening August 17th & 18th in the Riverside County city of … Continue reading

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Spare Change on Livation Wednesday 7/24/19

Livation welcomes the duo Spare Change to the KXLU performance studio this Wednesday. They describe their sound as “a mashup of punk rock and hobo sensibilities” with a “severe bluegrass addiction”. Spare Change is Candy Graham, the local multi-talented muse (The … Continue reading

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Getting Real With David Crosby, Cameron Crowe, and A.J. Eaton

Yesterday I had the opportunity to speak with filmmaker Cameron Crowe, director A.J. Eaton, and the irascible, venerated musician David Crosby, to discuss their documentary, Remember My Name. Opening today in select theaters of Los Angeles and New York, the … Continue reading

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Take Peter Laughner for a Spin

The annals of Rock and Roll are full of unsung heroes and tragic figures; when the game is to fly high and fast, casualties are inevitable. Even so, Peter Laughner stands out as an artist who died far too young … Continue reading

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Diana Rein Brings Blues Rock Guitar To House of Blues Anaheim On Queen Of My Castle Tour

Blues guitarist/singer Diana Rein comes to the House of Blues in Anaheim as part of her Queen of My Castle Tour. The new album, which dropped April 30, was produced for Gulf Coast Records by Michael Leasure, who also plays … Continue reading

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‘Georgia’s Restaurant’ Opens Second Location in Long Beach Serving Southern-inspired Soul Food

Long Beach’s hot new food hall and shopping center, Long Beach Exchange(LBX), has gained a valuable new addition in Georgia’s, which serves–by their description–”Southern-inspired comfort food.” By our description, it’s simply delicious. The LBX location is actually their second outpost; for the … Continue reading

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spcaLA Re-Opens Historic Shelter as Pet Adoption Center in Mid-City

An spcaLA pet shelter which first opened in 1949 (when well-known animal lover Doris Day cut the ceremonial opening ribbon – RIP Doris!) is reopening shelter operations after ceasing in the early 2000’s to serve as a spay/neuter center, emergency … Continue reading

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Be Sure to Catch Holy Trinity at Outfest 2019!

Outfest, LA’s premiere Queer Film Festival starts today and runs through July 28th. That’s ten days of features, shorts, panels, parties, galas and more! Download the full program here  This year, as part of the Platinum section (the wilder, experimental … Continue reading

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