Performances

Musical and artistic performances that will
dazzle the eye and stir the senses

Musical and Performance Stages

Blindspot Records Stage @ Konrad+King — 3426 Adams Ave

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Splavender

Splavender
About
Splavender is a five piece indie surf rock group from San Diego.
Music by
Daniel Ellis, Grant Glibert, Oscar Carrion, Andre Flores, & Anthony Noriega.
Awards
Maximum Chillitude ’09, ’10, ’12.
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True Stories

True Stories

True Stories is a quirky rock band originally formed to back Wendy Bailey before being fronted by Manual Scan and Shambles frontman Bart Mendoza. In early 2013, they recorded the song “Blue Chair” for the forthcoming Elvis Costello tribute album Beyond Belief.

Their song “Hearts on Sleeve” appears on the 2-disc edition of the compilation series Powerpop Planet Volume 3, from Colorado based label Pop Geek Heaven. Released January 6, 2014, it also includes tracks from locals Neon Cough (“World of Tomorrow”), Normandie Wilson (“Nobody Loves You Like I Do”), and Scott Mathiasen & the Shifty Eyed Dogs (“Oh Misery”).

They recorded four songs with Alan Sanderson for several 2014 tribute albums: Oh Caroline (Cheap Trick),Didn’t You Say? (Dwight Twilley), and Lonely Is (The DB’s) for Zero Hour Records in Australia, and I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape (the Times) for Canadian label The Beautiful Music. The latter marks David Fleminger’s first lead vocal on a True Stories recording.

Visit True Stories

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Johnny Tarr

Johnny Tarr

Originally from Cardiff, Wales, Jonny Tarr picked up the Tenor Saxophone at the age of 11 thinking it would get him girls. Initially it didn’t. After cutting his teeth in the British Jazz scene, he studied music at Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts and went on to play all over Europe (Glastonbury Festival Jazz World Stage, The Big Chill, Chamonix’s Cham Jam), and as far Japan (Tokyo Crossover Jazz Festival) and the USA (New York, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Las Vegas) over the next decade. Now a permanent resident of San Diego, Jonny Tarr has been working on making Electronic Soul music in many formats; mainly as a solo artist but increasingly with a band behind him. Playing at San Diego’s clubs and music venues, (The Belly Up, Analog, Vin de Syrah, Humphrey’s) Jonny has been refining his sound and is always ready to take it further.

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Taken by Canadians

Taken by Canadians

Forged by sinister hands and wrought of love, sweat, and American rock and roll, Taken By Canadians is a vibrant orgy of rapacious melodies and disquieting candor, presented in a hot fervor by a bunch of devilishly charming ne’er-do-wells. Their earlier works (see album, “Here’s To Returning All The Tragedy We Saw”) were pretty folked up, featuring more upright bass, violin, and acoustic guitar. Their new songs (see album, “we eat you like a person”), are decidedly more rock & roll, and feature a more electric instrumentation. “we eat you like a person” was released June 2nd 2016 on End of Impressed records.
The band was conceived in a coastal region of Southern California, and is currently thought to be basing operations out of the small town of Oceanside. The threat, however, is far reaching.

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Chinese Rocks

Chinese Rocks
The only Johnny Thunders tribute band on the face of this lonely planet. And it’s fronted by a girl.
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The Joyelles

The Joyelles

The Joyelles evolved from an earlier cover band called Casino Royale featuring Normandie Wilson, who says another band called Casino Royale objected to their use of the name. Wilson changed the name and began adding originals to their set list, most often accompanied by David Fleminger, Danny Cress, Symea Solomon, and Maggie Taylor.

“The Joyelles function more as a collective of singers and performers instead of just being a band,” says Wilson. Their summer 2016 tour took them up and down the west coast, as well as several east coast dates running through August 18 at the Cake Shop in New York, NY.

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The Bassmint Collective

The Bassmint Collective

Music is about communities, not corporations. That’s why a collection of San Diego’s finest local musicians have come together to form a unique production pack known as The Bassmint Collective.

Our mission? To support musical prosperity in sustainable creative community. Our vibe is vital. Look for us in a venue near you!

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The Phantoms

The Phantoms

The Phantoms includes former Melanies mainman Victor Penalosa (the Zeros), Xavier Anaya (the Trebles, the Hoods), Chris Iandolo (Dizzy), and Ed Masi (Ghosts of California, Sleeping Cranes).

Penalosa (also a drummer and bassist) projects have included the Burrito Brothers, Sidewalk Scene, Riot Act, Unruly Bangs, Baja Bugs, Got it Covered, and ADD/C, as well as stints with the Zeros and the Shambles. In 2013, he joined Bay Area–based favorites the Flamin’ Groovies, who first emerged during the late 1960s with a string of their mid-’70s tunes such as “Shake Some Action” and “Jumpin in the Night,” now considered garage-rock classics. Penalosa’s first tour with the Flamin’ Groovies, which began in April 2013, included a music festival in Australia as well as sold-out shows in Japan and San Francisco. He was asked to join full time following the tour.

Penalosa is backed in the Phantoms by Xavier Anaya (the Trebles, the Hoods), Chris Iandolo (Dizzy), and Ed Masi (Ghosts of California, Sleeping Cranes). The self-titled debut Phantoms album was released via Rum Bar Records in June 2016, with a video produced for “Stab Me (In My Broken Heart).”

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Smitty's Service — 3441 Adams Ave

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Andy Robinson

Andy Robinson

I grew up in San Diego during the 1960s.  Inspired by the Beatles, Kinks and Rolling Stones, my friends and I formed a  band, and I chose to play drums.  My parents couldn’t have known what to expect when they brought my first drum kit home, but no matter what kind of horrible noises my bandmates and I (or my younger brother and his bandmates) made out there in the garage, Hy and Kay were always 100% supportive, and we will always love them for it.

“The Open Door” (from Music Bucket) was nominated for Best New Age Song in the Independent Music Awards. You can hear the song, watch my Q&A video, and read all about it, here: http://www.independentmusicawards.com/ima/andy-robinson/

 

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George Rubsamen – Dich Van Ransom Tribute

George Rubsamen – Dich Van Ransom Tribute

Many people became familiar with Irish traditional music in the 1990s with the emergence of the stage phenomenon Riverdance. Some may also be aware of something that has existed far longer and continues to be a vibrant affair for musicians and spectators alike: the session, best described as a group of musicians playing a spontaneous selection of dance music. Irish music has a very long history, dating back thousands of years, but the music that is heard today developed primarily in the past two hundred or so years.

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Baja Bugs – Dick Van Ramson Tribute

Baja Bugs – Dick Van Ramson Tribute

The Baja Bugs specialize in obscure and FABulous relics from the Beatles. The band includes Hector Penalosa (the Zeros, Squiddo), Xavier Anaya (the Trebles), and members of My Revenge.

In 2014, South Bay drummer Victor Penalosa recorded a new album in San Francisco with the 1960s/70s cult faves the Flamin’ Groovies, who took him on a U.S. tour from April 26 to May 11, followed by dates in Spain and France running May 29 through June 17.

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Dave Humphries – Dick Van Ransom Tribute

Dave Humphries – Dick Van Ransom Tribute

February 1964: The Beatles’ “Do You Want to Know a Secret” and “Love Me Do” dominated the U.S. and U.K. charts. British songwriter Dave Humphries remembers it well — he was there. Humphries moved to San Diego in 1996, but at one time the native of Durham City, in northeast England, was known as someone on the periphery of the Beatles story. In fact, he holds the official title of “The Man Rejected by Apple Records [four times] More Than Anyone Else Alive.”

In April 2010, Humphries released his fifth album, Hocus Pocus on Joker Lane. “The title came to me after my wife met this interesting guy while in her art studio at Balboa Park,” says Humphries. “The guy just kind of wandered in and, after hearing that her husband was doing a CD, he told her he’d been sent from God to give me the album title. How could I refuse a prophet like that?”

In late 2014, Humphries began teaming up with Greg Gohde and Bass Clef Experiment Trio (with Owen Burke on drums), for performances at local venues like Java Joe’s.

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Briahnna

Briahnna

Weaving music through the heart, Briahnna brings a sense of healing, wonder and adventure into her music through the richness of her sultry soulful voice.

Music Weaver
music Weaver at her heart loom,
yarns of wisdom hang in her room.
she sings of love and ballads sweet,
hearts open up, when she they meet.
she winds a playful melody,
that let’s us feel our fancy free.
gifted Weaver of soul and heart,
knows well her spirit lives the art.
she pulls at strands of words and notes,
delivering melodic quotes.
a music weaver shining bright,j
an able artist taking flight.
she’s a seeker who dares to dream,
and takes her cup of life with cream.

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Mario Esteban & The Blessed Hellhounds

Mario Esteban & The Blessed Hellhounds

Mario Esteban Mendoza Jr. : Voice and guitar

Carlos Soto : bass

Israel Cayetano: drums

Modern Rock band with blues and classic rock influences.

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Falling Doves

Falling Doves

The Falling Doves’ is a collection of old friends and professional touring musicians. Leyva stated the band plays an exhilarating brand of high octane rock and roll, topped with a pop edge that keeps the songs ringing in your ears long after the last strum has been played. Falling Doves whiskey laced vocals and lyrically confessional songs are paired with an aggressive performing style.“We just want to do something good and with high energy and showmanship with a stage production to complement the music we feel.”  The four piece band is comprised by Kyle Jordan Mueller on drums, Darcey Ciccone on bass/back up vocals and Mike Dorsey on lead guitar the band may be led by Leyva.

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Cafe 21 Stage — 2736 Adam Ave

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No Kings

No Kings

No Kings is a surf-rock/ska/dub group based out of San Diego, originally formed by Joel Brust and Garrison Cyr. After leaving their first band Subliminal Trip in 2011, Joel and Garrison continued writing music together. They soon enlisted friends Rafa Scatolin and Matt Cook, and have been writing and recording music together ever since.
No Kings plays a sonic fusion derived from the rhythms of first and second-wave ska and reggae, the guitar sounds of psychedelic and surf-rock, interspersed with the frenetic energy of punk.
Southern California has many musical tastes and No Kings blends the flavorful culture into a sound all can enjoy.

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Imagery Machine

Imagery Machine

Home grown in San Diego, Imagery Machine is no stranger to the city’s eclectic music scene. Its members include five of the city’s most talented young veterans, who only recently came together to create an ethereal, yet driven style of music. While the group would describe themselves as female-fronted San Diego rock, Imagery Machine also embodies the spiritual reincarnation of classic jam bands from yesteryear, adding to it their unique, modern perspective. Comprised of lead guitarist James Howard, drummer Tyler Shimkus, vocalist/keys player Daechelle Hernandez and Paul Holbach on bass, this innovative group is heralded by the haunting, soulful lead vocals of Jennie Lynn Grunstad. The color of their energy reflects in their performances, and the group commands a stirring stage presence that has already packed some of San Diego’s most popular indie venues. Just like their live shows, Imagery Machine’s recently released, self-titled EP evokes powerful, touching emotionalism paired with intimate lyrics and a galvanic beat that is all too rare in the modern age.

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Zach Alwin & The Duck Funk

Zach Alwin & The Duck Funk

Zach Alwin is a Long Beach-based Funk/Pop singer, songwriter, producer and band leader.  He’s an artist that mixes deep confessions from the bottom of his heart with a cartoonish sense of humor and a brand of retro party music.  His songwriting style says the most with the least while his band gets people to the dance floor: profound heart wrenching thoughts stated with beautiful simplicity over booty-shaking funk beats.  Zach’s solo-project started in 2013 when he locked himself in his bedroom and emerged two months later with 50 songs and a voice of his own.  The project has since grown with the help of producer Gene Shiveley (Rolling Stones, P!nk) and his seven-piece band Duck Funk.  Zach draws from classic R&B and funk influences in his music but his inspirations are more personal, “My greatest musical influence is honestly my dad.  He showed me how alive music can truly make you feel.  I just want to share that with people.”

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Grim Slippers

Grim Slippers

it starts with energy. pure, raw, irreducible energy. its source is undefined. its destination, unknown. but it is here, and you feel it now.

an opportunity has presented itself. a chance to tap into something greater, something beyond comprehension yet engrained in consciousness. intangible, yet palpable.

it flows like liquid, like electricity, like time. continuous and effortless, it is both always moving and ever present.

connecting the spirits among us. conserving the beauty around us. contesting the walls in front of us. we are Grim Slippers.

TAKE NOTICE.

4:00

Sights & Sages

Sights & Sages

Sights and Sages is a new alternative rock group from San Diego, CA. Sights and Sages captivate listeners by combining spacey guitar riffs, driving bass lines, and compellingly syncopated drums. Underneath the celestial atmosphere produced by their performance, a rougher, more raw aspect is also found in the music. Sights and Sages have just released their first single, “Give”, and are currently in the process of recording their debut EP. Stay tuned for more of everything, coming shortly.

 

Christian Clark – Guitar/Vocals

Jay Sanchioli – Bass

Chaz Lamden – Drums

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The Candelights

The Candelights
Band Members
ESAU LANIADO – GUITAR/VOCALS,
LENIN VAZQUEZ – GUITAR/VOCALS,
BENJAMIN CHAVEZ – BASS,
VICTOR BLANCO – DRUMS
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Fake Tides

Fake Tides

Starting in 2014, Sal and Lewis became best buds and started jamming in Sal’s shed. Later Kalani joined in on drums, and thus Fake Tides was born. Since then the band has been playing lots of house shows and have released an EP ~~~

Our debut EP “7th Street” is available for free download on our bandcamp!

http://faketides.bandcamp.com/

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Coral Bells

Coral Bells

Coral Bells is an Imperial Beach local six-piece folky amalgamation of Southern California beach dwellers specializing in Sixties nostalgic covers and whiskey written originals.

Members:

Helen Sylvia- Percussion/ Vox

Kaley Morlock- Ukulele/ Vox

Matt Rogan- Guitar/ Vox

Joshua Mccleskey- Guitar

Jimmy Schmitz- Mandolin

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DiMille's Beer Garden Stage — 3492 Adams Ave

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Roni Lee and Jules Whelpton

Roni Lee and Jules Whelpton

Roni was the original guitarist for Kim Fowley’s LA punk rock band Venus and the Razorblades. Currently performing with Jeff Kathan (formerly the drummer for Paul Rodgers), and Lynn Sorensen (formerly bassist for Paul Rodgers and Bad Co., and current bassist for Heaven and Earth). Roni is also the founder of Play Like A Girl Records (playlikeagirlrecords.com).

Roni’s vocals and guitar techniques span various genres. She has lent her talents on numerous recordings on gospel, funk and rock. Her current original rock project includes backup musicians that are over-the-top talented and amazing in their own right and her touring while focused mainly on the West Coast from the Northwest to San Diego and all point between, she also tours overseas to entertain and rock the world!

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Jeff Ousley

Jeff Ousley

A San Diego CA native- Jeff Ousley has been writing and performing music since his early teens. He continues to be a prominent force in the the Southern California music scene. Entertaining “everywhere”- from private parties, restaurants & night clubs to summer concerts in the parks and regional county fairs. His critically acclaimed music has been featured on local radio, compilation records, videos, cd’s and advertisement jingles. Currently he performs with “Party Starter”, “The Ballad Mongers” and many solo appearances.

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Scott Samuels

Scott Samuels

Scott Samuels is a rock and roll survivor with lots of stories to tell. An imaginative singer-songwriter who, according to powerpopaholic.com, “plays a mean axe”.  As San Diego’s SLAMM Magazine once said, he definitely “knows his way around a pop hook” – and back again. Throughout his life, Samuels’ love for rock and roll’s “hidden treasure”, and his unique ability to recount the quirkiest milestones of life, love and career, has fueled his songwriting and performances. His simple, honest and unpretentious vocal style has drawn comparisons to Dave Pirner of Soul Asylum, and Elvis Costello, among others.

Samuels is now mining the rich history of his musical and personal past and present with the release of his first full-length solo CD, “Great Big World.” An ambitious first solo outing, his CD includes eight of original songs and two covers of tunes that resonate with Samuels in a big way – The Plimsouls’ “Great Big World” and Errol Brown’s (Hot Chocolate) “It Started with a Kiss.” A songwriter extraordinaire, Samuels seemingly remembers every detail of his life – a boon for those of us that appreciate vivid storytelling.

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The Shifty Eyed Dogs

The Shifty Eyed Dogs

A spirited blend of blues, rock-a-billy, folk, country and good ol’ fashioned rock ‘n roll.

Formed in 2010 by Scott Mathiasen, The Shifty Eyed Dogs were assembled to perform music recorded on Scott’s debut solo EP. These first five songs were written, along with another 10. shortly after Scott’s earlier project, The Infants, decided to take a break.

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Super Buffet

Super Buffet

Super Buffet inhabits the nexus of driving garage rock and earnest indie sensibility. Super Buffet evokes a spirited pillow fight between King Kahn & BBQ show and Jonathan Richman while 96 Tears plays in the background. Super Buffet is about bringing short, sharp, singable songs to the masses or whomever shows up.

 

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Steve Rosenbaum

Steve Rosenbaum

Singer, guitarist, and songwriter Steve Rosenbaum has been knocking around the power pop scene for many years. His formative years were spent in suburban Toledo, Ohio, where he came of age at the crossroads of rock, soul, pop, and bubblegum.

While studying at University of Michigan in 1978, Rosenbaum was one of the early performers at the now-famous Bookies Club 870, a seminal punk and new wave club. He went on to perform in Detroit and Ann Arbor in a series of original and cover bands. After graduation, he moved to Los Angeles, where he played in Flip City, a fixture at Madame Wong’s West, and other ’80s clubs. From there, he and bass player (and Grammy nominated producer) Bruce Witkin (Hollywood Vampires) left to form the Lonely Bulls, a Beatle-esque vocal-centric acoustic fronted project that featured Everly Brothers-type harmonies.

Steve Rosenbaum’s Mess of Fun released their album Making Up A Mess Of Fun in 2014. The band’s rotating roster has included Bruce Witkin, as well as Scott Samuels (Roxy Monoxide, Bona Fides, Vinyl Pirates), Pete Bayard and Brendan Ruff (Super Buffet), and LA’s Rob Klonel.

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Country Rockin’ Rebels

Country Rockin’ Rebels

Country Rockin’ Rebels – Up from a dusty California horizon, come the Country Rockin’ Rebels. The Rebels mix old school lyrical charm with hot guitars and a solid rhythm. They are a live musical journey that tears through the history of country, blues and rock ‘n roll mixing classic covers with solid, endearing original material. They are indeed as their motto states: “Too rock for country and too country for rock.”

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Alvino & The Dwells

Alvino & The Dwells

San Diego based 1960’s reverbvibrato guitar/drum power trio.

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Kensington Library Park Stage — 4121 Adams Ave

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The Donna Larsen Band

The Donna Larsen Band

The Donna Larsen Band can fill your venue or event with Original Upbeat Acoustic Driven Pop/Rock Music – {Donna calls it “PopCoustic”} – and can add lots of cover songs too! Donna’s vocal style is a combination of all of her artistic and musical experiences together with influences from Sarah Barilles, Bonnie Raitt, Ann Wilson, Pat Benetar, Joni Mitchell and some of the great jazz singers in our musical history. Her style is definitely her own blend! The Donna Larsen Band can do it all dance , mix it up, or play heartfelt ballads that will reach right into your soul! Donna is a Billboard Award Winning Songwriter and is joined by her talented and creative band members, Randy Hodge on electric guitar, John Rodriguez on bass and Michael J Minor on drums. If you want quality, originality and entertainment in one, this is the band for you!

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Sometimes Julie

Sometimes Julie

Sometimes Julie is an indie rock/Americana band fronted by singer-songwriter duo Monica Sorenson and Rick Walker. Joined by long-time SoCal rocker George Nelms (drums), along with San Diego music scene newcomers Bruce Paul Allen (bass) and Alberto Moreno (lead guitar), Sometimes Julie performs provocative indie rock with a strong Americana influence. Their raw, sexy, driving sound will stir up your passionate side!

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The Cherry Bluestorms

The Cherry Bluestorms

Ex-Dickies guitarist Glen Laughlin and solo artist Deborah Gee formed this late ‘60’s British Pop-influenced band in Los Angeles. Since releasing their well-received and reviewed debut, “Transit of Venus”, they have been compared to The Stone Roses, The Pretenders and a cross between The Darkness and Abba! The band has played the dates on the East Coast and Canada as well as the Cavern Club in Liverpool. The Bluestorms’ second album, “Bad Penny Opera” is a song cycle and love letter to the band’s influences, due out later this year.

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Skyler Lutes

Skyler Lutes

He is a troubadour by definition, using his acoustic guitar as the foundation for music that takes in rock and reggae with a decidedly surf or beach vibe. However, there is much more to his sound. He is a multi-faceted performer whose music will bring a smile, whether you catch a solo performance or a full band set.

Lutes is a multi-instrumentalist, who plays drums, bass, keys and guitar, and is also heavily involved in production work, “but I really enjoy singing the most,” he said, “as it has the most emotion involved,” In addition to his solo career, he’s also been involved in several notable bands over the years, including Hawaiian group Makua Rothman Band, Riverside-based indie rockers Everything Said, Aquile, from TV’s “The Voice,” and multiple San Diego Music Awards nominees the Defamation League.

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The Ould Sod — 3373 Adams Ave

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Sons of Eden

Sons of Eden

Rock cover band from Sunderland, covering songs from bands such as the foo fighters, the pixies, ocean colour scene, radiohead, U2, Hendrix, and many more

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William Knott

William Knott

I’ve fairly recently launched my acoustic project ‘William Knott’ after about ten years of writing, recording and touring with my band Steel Toed Slippers. We were fortunate to work closely with members of Little Feat, The Meters, and Jane’s Addiction. I’ve done a stint of songwriting for Warner Bros and collaborated across a pretty wide genre span with lead guitar, vocals, and writing. I’m pretty new to SD, having grown up in Humboldt County, but have some great friends here and look forward to really diving into the music scene.

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Nina Francis

Nina Francis

San Diego native Nina Francis is a “promising young singer-songwriter” (San Diego Union Tribune, December 2011), a versatile singer and an accomplished guitarist. Laced with undertones of jazz, blues, and folk, Nina’s music blends timeless songwriting craft with modern pop sensibilities to create a voice all her own.

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Gregory Page

Gregory Page

Imagine Neil Young composing music for 1930s-era Italian films and you’ll get an idea of Gregory Page. His wavering tenor brings life to lyrics about mysterious hauntings, broken hearts and city parks in the springtime. There’s a sparkling, music-box quality to many of the tunes and a comfy ambience to his music that, day or night, will certainly set the mind to dreaming.

By Masen

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Chloe Louise Rundlett and Chris Davies

Chloe Louise Rundlett and Chris Davies

Chloe Lou Music consists of Chloe Lou & Davies, The Flophouse Playboys featuring Chloe Lou and The Good Mojo Band.

Our goal is to provide you with the best dance music possible for your club, party, or other event. We pride ourselves on our broad musical repertoire. Our song catalog spans a variety of genres and musical eras, which allows us to appeal to a wide range of audiences and to deliver a family friendly performance tailored to our customer’s specific tastes and requirements. We cover all the favorite hits from timeless artists like the Beatles, Eagles, Rolling Stones, CCR, and the Doobie Brothers, then move on to next-generation stars such as Pat Benatar, ZZ Top, Billy Joel, John Mellencamp, and AC/DC, to ’80s and ’90s dance favorites from artists such as the B-52s, Bryan Adams, and Billy Idol, and then round it all out with contemporary sensations like Adele, Duffy, and Pink. Good Mojo has something for everyone!

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harpO

harpO

HarpO” Mark Delguidice got the “HarpO” nickname playing Blues Harp as a kid in Chicago, hanging out at many local blues joints. Moving to San Diego, meeting and being Inspired by Joey Harris,[ Beat Farmers], he began writing acoustic based tunes That evolved into the band HarpCo. With more than 10 years playing his “Folk Rockin Blues” all over the SD music / Adams Ave community, he returns to the Art Around Adams stage again, in a special unplugged format highlighting his original songs.

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Rosie O' Grady's Stage - 21+ Only — 3402 Adams Ave

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Mike Schullo

Mike Schullo
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League of Liars

League of Liars

The League of Liars was born one fine autumn morning in the back of a Bentley touring car, en route to Cardiff-By-The-Sea (along the lackadaisical Pacific Coast Highway). Unified in the desire to provide the most believable and sweetest-smelling contradictions known to humankind, Sppike Mike (Bass), Diamond David (Guitar), Rumble T (Drums) and Micheal Fairchild (Vocals, Guitar) plot sonic assaults with Love-In precision. Blending blues, funk, folk, rock and pop genres in the creation of a super sweet and fun outcome that just can’t be ignored. Ask your ass why it’s moving when you hear our tunes.
This sonic potion has garnered the boys much acclaim. From local music show live air play, The Local 94.9 and 91X Loudspeaker, to winning the 2011 San Diego County Fair’s people’s choice award with LOL has been invited back to play the fair ever since.

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John January & Linda Berry

John January & Linda Berry

John and Linda have played out in the San Diego area and beyond as a duo show and as a full band at the following venues/events:
House of Blues, Tio Leo’s, Stone Brewing Tap Room, Mr. Peabody’s, The Speakeasy, BNS Brewery, Navajo Live, Swami’s Cafe, Le Papagayo, 50 Barrels Winery, The Company Pub and Kitchen, Side CarPub, The Encinitas Elks Lodge, The Kraken, Taste Of Encinitas, Encinitas Car Show, San Diego Folk Heritage Valentines Day Show, San Felipe Blues and Arts Festival(San Felipe, Mexico), Poe’s Pub(Richmond VA), Singer Social Club(Reno Nevada), Witch Creek Brewery, Vinz Wine Bar, 1st Street Bar, Iron Fist Brewery, Proud Mary’s, The Kraken

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Levi Dean & the Americats

Levi Dean & the Americats

Levi Dean & the Americats blend Americana, blues, folk, rock, and country. Singer/songwriter Dean grew up in Virginia and began playing professionally at age twenty when he moved to the Rocky Mountains and formed a band called Dean Station. That band completed three U.S. tours to promote their debut eponymous album in December 2006, followed up by Raising the Root (2007) and Quarter of a Century (2009).

In 2011, Dean spent a year in Nashville honing his songwriting skills, before relocating to San Diego to form Levi Dean and the Americats. Their debut full-length Pushing On was released in July 2016.

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Jon Kanis

Jon Kanis

Jon Kanis once asked me, “Are you a Plimsouls fan?” Like any right-thinking music writer I said, “Of course” — which is how I found out Kanis was Peter Case’s newsletter publisher and road manager in the early ’90s. This impresses me, and I was already impressed with Kanis. I have been since his 1997 folksy/psychedelic EP A Pair of Opposites, the first of his many collaborations with überguitarist Mike Keneally (Zappa’s one-time touring axeman).

“I didn’t learn how to play the guitar,” he says, “until I moved to the West Coast and, six months later, having just turned 19, I bought a fairly cheap Martin copy, a Montaya, for around $150 at the now-defunct Dave’s House of Guitars on El Cajon Boulevard.”

Before becoming a full-time musician, Kanis spent six working for David Peck’s local company Reelin’ in the Years Productions, an historical music film and video archive. Kanis has always had an ear for good music and good musicians; witness how his early ’90s backing group the Wondermints became Brian Wilson’s touring Smile band.

In addition, he began running his Spin Wizard mobile DJ business in 2000, accumulating over 120,000 tracks in his playlist by 2012.

Regarding his equipment, he uses the aforementioned Montaya, with a handful of modifications from the guys at Top Gear, a black Epiphone that stays tuned to open C, a black Telecaster copy, and a Bedrock amp, a couple of powered Mackie speakers, and a cheap, functional Behringer four-
channel mixer that allows him to entertain as a disc jockey in addition to playing solo or with a group.

As of 2012, Kanis was also playing with the Assumptions (bass), Listening to Rock (vocals, bass), and Got It Covered aka ADD/C (vocals, bass). “I’m currently working on 23 Skidoo!, the first of five books that I want to publish,” Kanis told the Reader at the time. 23 Skidoo! is a collection of 45 songs composed over 25 years, and the books will feature a complete recording sessionography tracing Kanis’ activities as a musician, producer, and archivist, including all 240 episodes of his State Controlled Radio programs.

In summer 2012, Kanis taught a nine-week class on Astrologyat Kwan Yin Holistic Center on Grape Street Square (30th and Grape Street), where they also offered astrological natal chart readings and tarot readings.

The soundtrack for the documentary A Box Full Of Rocks: The El Cajon Years of Lester Bangs includes several tracks by Kanis, as well as songs by 1960s/70s rockers Thee Dark Ages (who would frequently jam with rock critic Bangs), as well contributions by Robert Williams (Captain Beefheart), Jack Gimble, and the Flying Sandolini.

June 2014 saw the release of a Kanis anthology, All-American Mongrel Boy (1989-2014), featuring eighteen songs including six previously unreleased tracks, as well as selections from the Walk Without Me EP (never before available on compact disc), the A Pair Of Opposites EP, and the 2005 double LP Cabalistic Dispatch (recorded with Mike Keneally). That summer, Kanis also formed a Hollies tribute group with Liz Abbott and David Fleminger, with gigs being planned for later that year.

His 2016 album Fundamentalism Is the Only Way, co-produced by Kanis with Christopher Hoffee (Atom Orr, Truckee Brothers, the White Buffalo), is the fourth in a series of projects that Kanis has collaborated on with executive producer Ed Turner of Road Ahead Productions.

“There’s a lot of symbolism on this record, both in the music and the lyrics, as well as in the artwork,” says Kanis. “There is a lot of doubling. I see ‘Devil in My Head’ as the flipside to the same coin that is coupled with the track ‘Lahiri’ on side two. Divinations systems like Tarot, astrology, and I Ching are something that I’ve explored for over 25 years. The duality between our demons within and the better angels of our nature is something that we all have find a way to keep in balance, no?”

One track, “Devil in My Head,” was recorded in rooms 236 and 237 at the Holiday Music Motel, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. “‘Devil in My Head’ is a just a playful playlet that spontaneously erupted between myself and a Wisconsin musician named Tomcat Joe,” he says.

Other songs are more whimsical. “There’s a lot of macabre humor in ‘Dark Songs’: psychopathic clowns, dancing to a polka beat, enacting murderous mayhem. I wanted the song to a snapshot of someone’s psyche going from absolute bottom to a transformation where the shackles of the demons are left behind and broken free of and a new world of possibilities opens up. All because you had the courage and the strength to transcend your self-imposed limitations.”

Tracks like “Where Is Joe Strummer When You Need Him?” have strong political content. “This song was written when 43 was in office [George W. Bush], but even ten years later the sentiments hold true of speaking out against the Empire and such dystopian, unconstitutional moves as passing something as odious as the Patriot Act in the dead of night behind closed doors. Ironically, Obama has been responsible for more deaths than W. So much for change you can believe in. The psychopathic pawns that are our so-called ‘representatives’ are shills for the oligarchy. If it didn’t begin that way, it certainly has been during the 20th century onwards.”

The album is his first to appear on 180-grain vinyl. “I do think that the current trend of younger people embracing the vinyl format, and older fans re-investigating vinyl after a long couple of decades in the digital domain is a fantastic shift in the culture. It represents so many things…I love that format. It’s timeless, and it’s a great format for telling a story, setting a mood, having an arc and a rise and a fall to how all of the songs build upon one another.”

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Get Fit On Adams Stage — 3806 Adams Ave

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Lestat's West Stage — 3343 Adams Ave

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Adams Avenue Integrative Health - Jazz Stage — 3239 Adams Ave

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Unity Mason Lodge Stage (inside) — 3366 Adams Ave

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Greg Lloyd

Greg Lloyd

Greg Lloyd creates vector illustrations and high resolution bitmapped paintings
for clients’ print media, multimedia, and web projects.

This collection of digital art is a small sample of his total work which includes:
pen & ink drawings; oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings; and,
Kinetic Collage(TM) multimedia performances.

Greg shares a workspace with spousal unit, Catherine, and two supervisory
cat units – Cosmo and Bosco.

Artwork:  Greg’s Lloyd, Kinectic Collage

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Tuatara

Tuatara

Mantis guitarist Tom Okerlund and bassist John Slaney join longtime friend Dan Jacobson on drums and percussion in side project Tuatura. Much like Mantis, Tuatura fuses elements of jazz, rock and prog to produce rough and tumble improvisations only a witness might fully understand.

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Ernie Orosco

Ernie Orosco

With his soaring vocals, innovative song writing skills,  Ernie A. Orosco stands as a true original. Ernie’s sound could be described as electronica, soulful, ethereal influenced by eighties synth pop, new wave, world music, masterfully blending elements from psychedelia, classical, ambient and experimental genres skillfully displaying his ability to craft memorable musical vignettes to stand the test of time. Celebrating life’s achievements as well as vulnerably delving into his own personal life experiences of love loss and lessons learned, his stylized creations are easily relatable. Each track lyrically and musically is unique to itself lending the listener to fully absorb its story evoking questions, sharing that common thread of emotion. Ernie’s rich voice will entrance you displaying great range and control emoting an array of feelings, the very staple of his distinct sound. All vocals, and individual instruments excluding three guitar tracks were written and performed by Ernie himself. Listeners are often surprised to discover that Ernie can play just about any instrument he can get his hands on. Being a solo artist he relies on technology to ensure his true, full sound while performing.
Former Groups
The Electric Snakes, The Gift,  Euforia, and Night Creeps
Solo Music Albums…
The Things You Love and the self  titled album, Ernie A. Orosco
Movie Soundtracks…Extended Family, directed by Hilarion Banks
Puzzled, directed by Hilarion Banks
You Tube Music Videos
Night Creeps – It’s Halloween It’s Halloween and Magic. Ernie A. Orosco – She’s So Wrong.

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Amen BK

Amen BK

Born in Tunisia, Amen Ben Koussa, aka Amen BK, is a rapper and a songwriter. Through 2004, he performed with Mafio XMC’s before forming the Tunisian band Empire (2008 – 2010).

After relocating to San Diego in 2013, he began performing and recording solo works, sometimes with Portuguese composer Miguel Fernandes. An advocate of conscious art, his lyrical content reflects a global citizen perspective on various themes, with a positive approach.

He self-released Another Perspective in 2016, with a promotional video produced for the track “One Sky Above.” The song/video concerns peace and cultural coexistence between nations, featuring footage from 48 countries around the globe. Videos were also produced for “The Hermit” and “Unfair Trials.”

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L1ght Ra1L

L1ght Ra1L

With a dark and danceable sound, which nods to influences like Depeche Mode and The Knife, is L1ght Ra1L- a unique indie electro band from San Diego.

Influences include Depeche Mode, Empire of the Sun, Cut Copy, Ladytron, Hot Chip, The Knife, Nine Inch Nails, everything else…

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Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra

Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra

Formed in 1996, the Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra is a robot-fronted rock band from San Diego. We play experimental, electronic pop songs inspired by the likes of Andy Kaufman, Talking Heads, Kraftwerk, They Might Be Giants, Devo, and Spinal Tap.  The Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra consists of SPO-20, the robot vocalist, and his human counterpart, the mad scientist Professor B. Miller.

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Unity Mason Lodge Stage (parking lot) — 3366 Adams Ave

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Crossed Swords – A Fencing Demo

Crossed Swords – A Fencing Demo
The Cabrillo Academy of the Sword was opened in February of 1996 at the location it still occupies. Because it is on the second floor of an 80 yr-old building, it was necessary to establish it as a private club for able-bodied members of the U.S. Fencing Association only, and it has maintained that identity since. It has a threefold mission: (1) to provide a source of high-level, professional fencing instruction for the San Diego area (2) To offer a place for recreational fencers to learn the sport and to enjoy it on a regular basis, and (3) To provide the facilities, instruction and training to enable tournament fencers to be successful at the highest competitive levels.
That the club has been able to achieve these goals can be determined by the fact that roughly two-thirds of its members are recreational fencers, almost all of whom learned to fence right here. In competition, our fencers have won two national championships in Women’s saber, and have earned national medals in Junior Men’s Epee, Men’s Foil and Veteran Men’s Saber. Locally Cabrillo fencers have captured a large portion of the gold, silver, & bronze medals warded in San Diego every year.
Of our approximately 100 members, about a third are female. Currently our youngest fencers are 10 years old while our oldest are in their eighties.
Fencing is classified as a “Lifetime Sport” by the president’s council of Physical Fitness, which means that it can be learned and enjoyed at almost any age. However for instructional reasons, we set a minimum age of 10 years for participation in our group classes, but will take a student as young as eight for private lessons.
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Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown

 

A multi-media, hybrid performance arts event! Super Awesome Showdown-Intergalactic Combat brings to life fantastic-action packed stylized combat, special effects, popular music and epic adventure! Within the confides of the Intergalactic Battle Grid, Earths mightiest heroes and villains compete for the most prized possessions in the universe, the QUASAR QRYSTALS!

Come watch as Super Awesome Showdown returns once more, it will have cataclysmic clashes for power, fame and awesomely outrageous prizes!

 

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Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown

 

A multi-media, hybrid performance arts event! Super Awesome Showdown-Intergalactic Combat brings to life fantastic-action packed stylized combat, special effects, popular music and epic adventure! Within the confides of the Intergalactic Battle Grid, Earths mightiest heroes and villains compete for the most prized possessions in the universe, the QUASAR QRYSTALS!

Come watch as Super Awesome Showdown returns once more, it will have cataclysmic clashes for power, fame and awesomely outrageous prizes!

 

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Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown

 

A multi-media, hybrid performance arts event! Super Awesome Showdown-Intergalactic Combat brings to life fantastic-action packed stylized combat, special effects, popular music and epic adventure! Within the confides of the Intergalactic Battle Grid, Earths mightiest heroes and villains compete for the most prized possessions in the universe, the QUASAR QRYSTALS!

Come watch as Super Awesome Showdown returns once more, it will have cataclysmic clashes for power, fame and awesomely outrageous prizes!

 

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Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown

 

A multi-media, hybrid performance arts event! Super Awesome Showdown-Intergalactic Combat brings to life fantastic-action packed stylized combat, special effects, popular music and epic adventure! Within the confides of the Intergalactic Battle Grid, Earths mightiest heroes and villains compete for the most prized possessions in the universe, the QUASAR QRYSTALS!

Come watch as Super Awesome Showdown returns once more, it will have cataclysmic clashes for power, fame and awesomely outrageous prizes!

 

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Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown

 

A multi-media, hybrid performance arts event! Super Awesome Showdown-Intergalactic Combat brings to life fantastic-action packed stylized combat, special effects, popular music and epic adventure! Within the confides of the Intergalactic Battle Grid, Earths mightiest heroes and villains compete for the most prized possessions in the universe, the QUASAR QRYSTALS!

Come watch as Super Awesome Showdown returns once more, it will have cataclysmic clashes for power, fame and awesomely outrageous prizes!

 

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Clem's Tap House — 4108 Adams Ave

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Damian Bowles

Damian Bowles

“A band beyond description “5piece -origanal and Traditional acoustic and Electric blues,bluegrass,ROCK ,folk ,mountain mayhem !

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Fast Heart Mart

Fast Heart Mart

I was born Martin Stamper and I earned my moniker when I passed out and died a few times and was finally diagnosed with a heart condition that makes my heart fibrillate or race? “Fast Heart Mart”! Don’t worry, I now have a defibrillator that shocks my heart back into beating so I can keep singing songs about questioning the system, the Big picture, and other fascinating things! I hope my music is very interesting and funny and not so loud that you feel like you couldn’t turn to a friend standing beside you and chat a bit and that you can hear the lyrics. I mean it gets loud in parts, but on the whole I hope it’s a reasonable volume?  I sing, play guitar, banjo and harmonica sometimes by myself (solo) and sometimes with a band. My music is a blend of rock-folk-punk-blues-grass-raga OR Sonic Folk-Rock for short.

Established in 1999, I have toured a lot in my Volkswagen Vanagon (32,000 miles on vegetable oil), played shows from coast to coast in the USA, toured both islands of New Zealand, released about 10 albums, and opened for some really great musical acts, such as The Handsome Family, Jeffrey Lewis and the Junkyard, Beck (unoffically twice out on the street at his concerts, though he thanked me once), Golden Boy (Elliot Smith’s guitar sidekick) Calexico, Railroad Earth, Nathan Payne, Ok Go, Lucero, Megan Jean and the KFB and tons of my friends’ amazing bands.

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Little Dove

Little Dove

Little Dove began as a collection of songs that Vanja presented to a lone drummer. Having freshly relocated to Los Angeles, Vanja remembered Dylan’s unique playing style and Dylan was the first musician she contacted about jamming.  Feeling the energy they created was worthy of their own name (and Vanja’s hesitance to use her own name) – the name Little Dove was born, and the duo played their first show at the Viper Room on April 7, 2013.

Little Dove has played venues such as House of Blues, The Kibitz, and San Diego’s Casbah.  They’ve had repeat appearances on San Diego radio such as fm 94.9, KPRI 102.1, radio play in France and the Netherlands, and a month long residency at The Viper Room.

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Spin SD — 3342 Adams Ave

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Steve Baxter

Steve Baxter

Currently working on an EP with Rarefied Studios in San Diego and Mike McLaughlin, producer/engineer/musician extraordinaire. Lots of good stuff coming out soon

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Peter Hall

Peter Hall

Personality goes a long way. Sometimes the charm of one’s soul shines through in a way that exceeds all technical issues, politics, and personal preferences. All I have to say about this 13- song collection, in terms of its techinical value; is that it’s homemade. Its clean, bare bones, and free of any slick sonic ointments. Not one studio trick And this, my dear friends, is exactly what makes Peter Hall’s CD so charmingly warm and human.

While much of the world is stressing on the newest, slickest. biggest, baddest, bestest next thing ever, this sounds like he sat down one day with a beer, hit the record button, and started spilling his guts as a guy. Meet Peter Hall. He’s right here in person, in 3D – a person embedded in and giving life to an otherwise lifeless piece of mass-produced digitally capable plastic. Tough trick, artistically speaking. He tells stories and spins a heartfelt logic in a unique baritone croon that is quite special indeed. it was the first-thing that struck me as soon as I popped in the disc.

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Hummingbird Hotel

Hummingbird Hotel

Hummingbird Hotel features David Ornelas from the popular reggae band Stranger, alongside singer-songwriter Megan Combs. Combs was 23 when she left Virginia on New Year’s Eve 2007/2008, landing in Ocean Beach San Diego in summer 2008, she says, “to broaden my music opportunities…I constantly wonder where my songs come from. Where does this shit come from? I don’t feel the right to call it my own. I didn’t think of it. I didn’t write it. I merely wrote it down.”

Their debut single “Can’t Say,” written on a roof top in downtown San Diego in about twenty minutes

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Michael J Dwyer

Michael J Dwyer

Michael J. Dwyer is a guitarist/vocalist playing 1960s through 1980s acoustic rock, folk, and Americana covers, plus his original material.

Singer-songwriter based in San Diego, CA. Stylistically, Michael’s music leans toward edgy acoustic rock, folk & Americana, all the while giving a gracious nod to blues and gospel.

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Michael Fairchild

Michael Fairchild

An accomplished singer/songwriter, Michael Fairchild has received wide success in various local markets. His music is often considered pop-gone-wrong, a label he heartily embraces for its peripheral designation; It allows me to retain a unique musical identity without making me feel like I have to orient myself or my music in a predetermined direction.

Drawing from a mix of music, literary and pop culture influences, Michael writes songs that personally explore universal demons. His lyrics are catchy and thoughtful with melodically simple constructions. These techniques enable audiences to read their own experiences and emotions into the songs. This reaction compels Michael to continue writing, producing and playing to packed audiences in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. “Since I rarely think of the audience during my writing process, as it is a more solitary act, I am floored when fans come up to me after the show and say ‘this is exactly how they feel’; it makes me feel like there is something bigger out there and that I am somehow more connected to my fellow humans.”

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Nate Hess

Nate Hess

Singer-songwriter Nate Hess toured the U.S. numerous times, including with the Vans Warped Tour as drummer/singer for the hardcore band A Shattered Hope. His band Bad & the Ugly has taken the DIY approach embracing the ever changing music industry by self-releasing their music, and booking their own shows.

The band’s first two EP releases were Skin and Bones and Slept in the Pages.

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Normal Heights United Methodist Church — 4650 Mansfield St

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Shyla Day

Shyla Day

In order to truly be innovative, you can’t just bring something exciting and new. You have to have the courage to follow through with difference and pave away all pre-misconceptions of the world; all to lead the way. Shyla Day, since 14 years old has been doing just that with her prolific songwriting and emotional vocal style. Shyla started at 14 with writing the music to an Old Globe musica, with 2 nominations at the Los Angeles Music Awards in the categories of Pop Single of the Year, and Female Singer/Songwriter of the Year.  She has also been nominated in 6 categories at the Artists in Music Awards based in Hollywood, California. Along with performing alongside Billboard winning artists, Shyla has performed and supported over 30 charities over the course of 6 months- 2 of her most frequent are Tunes for Tots Worldwide and Love Hope Strength. She is also the celebrity spokesperson for Peace Friends of Hope Foundation in Uganda!  After ending her latest 8 month Southern California tour, Shyla is in the studio working on her release of her 2 singles paired with music videos and her 3 song EP titled Contagious, along with her debut VEVO channel launch in 2015!

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Cantua

Cantua

SAN DIEGO, Calif.  – Built around brothers Pablo and Esteban Cantua, the music of Cantua is special. Using Spanish guitar as a foundation, the pair lays on Latin rhythms, virtuoso fretwork and manic energy for performances that are as thrilling to watch as they are to listen to.

The band has recently collaborated in the studio with the likes of Marujah and Falling Doves, all in anticipation of the recording of the follow up album to their 2013 debut, Live at El Zarape, this time out set to be a studio outing. Also in 2017 the band will hit the road for another round of touring throughout the Western U.S.

Anyone who enjoys Latin based acoustic guitar music will want to hear the songs of Cantua, but their appeal is much bigger than that. Jazz fans will appreciate the duo’s inspired guitar playing, classic rock fans will love the terrific original tunes as well as covers of classics by artists such as Santana or The Eagles, dance fans will want to groove to their rhythms. It’s all there in their passionate music, with almost every song a showstopper. Cantua is a combo that will impress you from the first note.

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Gabriela & La Buena Onda

Gabriela & La Buena Onda

Born into a S. American family & culture, Gabriela grew up in balmy southeast Florida, where eclectic music and summer breezes were always a staple. Saturday nights were spent listening to tango, Uruguayan folk music, the Beatles and old motown hits while her parents danced folklore.

Gabriela began writing and playing in Orlando, FL for several years, while building a small following, released a demo in 2002 and then released her first full length album in 2004, ‘In the Interim’, produced by Davey Schweizer and recorded at Richter Records Studio. ‘Love Your Everything’, a song from the album, made it on the rotation at WPRK 91.5.

In early 2014, Gabriela relocated to San Diego, CA, where she continues to grow her grass roots following. Her unique blend of soulful, jazzy, latin, funky acoustic pop soothes your soul and melts your ears. Her warm tone and laid back demeanor sends chill love vibes up and down your spine. She is currently in the studio working on tracks to be released in spring of 2014. And you can catch her on tour with Roger!
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Blaise Guld

Blaise Guld

Blaise, originally from Philadelphia, blends northeast soul and funk with catchy and emotive hooks.  His debut album (Rel. April ’14) was recently nominated for a 2014 San Diego Music Award (Best Pop Album) previous winners include, Jason Mraz, Jewel, etc.

With eclectic performances ranging from Blaise Guld with his full backing-band, featuring all original music and packing out venues like House of Blues to a one-man solo acoustic act of upbeat, energetic covers featuring harmonica and boot-stomping riffs peppered with Blaise’s originals.

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Zen Sanctuary — 4183 Adams Ave

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Good Vibrations — 4060 Adams Ave

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