Monthly Archives: May 2008
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We are pleased to announce a second leg of the upcoming Summer Tour. Paramore will support the 8/19 and 8/20 dates, OneRepublic will support 8/22-8/31. The Local-83 presale begins next Monday, June 2. Tickets are available to the public on … Continue reading
This is a great line up to kick off the summer. We can’t help you with your finals or hack in to the main frame to change your grade but you can decompress by making your way down to State … Continue reading
Ok so why go see Jay Nash and what makes him so special? Well let me tell you, he is the only singer/songwriter who is not signed to any label and within 2 days of his latest release “The Things … Continue reading
“Acelerate – R.E.M.’s first album in four years shoehorns 11 tracks of jagged
guitars, quick and dirty drums, and Michael Stipe’s gruff keen into 34
minutes, rocking with a blacker, blunter edge than “Document,” “Green”
or “Monster.” Armed with deadpan “wow’s” and “T-Rex moves” honed from
1996′s “Wake-Up Bomb,” Stipe limns politics, the media and the velocity
of modern life with gimlet eyes, from the strutting “don’t turn your
talking points on me” of “Living Well’s the Best Revenge” to the candid
“uncertainty is suffocating” of the title track. A ’70s jukebox grit
dominates “Mansized Wreath,” while Peter Buck’s cool riff for first
single “Supernatural Superserious” strikes like a cartoon mallet.
“Accelerate” may not stun on impact like some R.E.M. records, but it’s
still habit-forming.”—Jessica Letkemann
Well put. And Stipes and Company are sure to deliver it even better live in person. So go rough up some scalpers, grind them down to a loss and get over to Hollywood for a show that is
sure to be long remembered.
This will be your last chance to see the Police ever in Los Angeles. Click on the ticket icon to the left for tickets as they are still available for this great show. Come
on out if you can, you wont be disappointed. Stewart Copeland is arguably the best percussionist ever and is absolutely a genious with rhythm and tempo. This is your last message in a
bottle . . . .
You have heard it said, “there is no such thing as a free lunch”. Well that may be true but there is nothing better than a free show of the
live music kind. Especially if it as good as Ernie Halter. One would normally expect to pay an astronomical amount for a ticket for this kind of talent. So consider the amount
you would pay for gas to get there as your payment for your ticket and make you way down to the Spectrum to catch this great singer / song writer.
June, 1 2008 at Irvine Spectrum
71 Fortune Drive, Irvine, California 92618
soul singing sensation Chris Pierce will be headlining a very special
night presented by KCRW to kick off Memorial Day weekend this Friday
May 23 at THE MINT.
take the stage at around 9:00pm with an All-Star 6 piece band and play
2 soul-filled sets with a DJ to follow at 11:30. $15 cover.
The Mint is located at:
6010 Pico Blvd.
(At Crescent Heights)
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Jay Nash’s new album, The Things You Think You Need is a must have. Soul soothing music that will calm your inner beast even in bumper to bumper traffic. Jay’s music congers up similarities somewhere between John Mayer, Johnny Cash, … Continue reading
So it was Africa hot, the risk of dehydration was high, no one could really get drunk because you would sweat out your drink before you had time to get the next one in you. Despite all the adverse conditions … Continue reading