Performances

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

Musical and Performance Stages

Blindspot Records Stage @ Smitty's Service — 3441 Adams Ave

12:00

True Stories

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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.

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Lightning Starts Fire

Lightning Starts Fire
Lightning Starts Fire

Lightning Starts Fire is a young up and coming San Diego rock band. They play only original material and released their first self-titled EP in May 2013. They have performed at a number of local venues such as Soma, House of Blues (main stage), Lestat’s, Epicentre, as well as not-so-local venues such as the Vault (Temecula). They have also performed at a number of local charity events and private parties.

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Viva Apollo

Viva Apollo
Viva Apollo

Viva Apollo has been playing with their current lineup since Summer of 2013. San Diego natives Elliot Ramsey (Bass), Ryan Amyot (Guitar) and Brendan McGill (Drums) have been close friends and neighbors since pre-puberty; a concoction of Led Zeppelin DVDs, 2nd generation iPods, and high-school hormones resulted in the collective uptake of musical instruments and high-volume output of unending amateur blues jams.

7 years later they find themselves fronted by a Miami born, South-American raised California transplant and music obsessive by the name of Amanda Portela.

Their iTunes libraries and facial hair might look different, but their passion for making loud, expressive music hasn’t subsided. Amanda’s entrancing vocals and engaging presence are the essential spice in this expressive stew of genres and ideas; her capacious jazz-trained vocal chords bring passionate and addictive melodies to a dish of heavy bass and fiery solos.

Placing Viva into one specific genre is difficult, if not impossible. Rock, indie, alternative, surf rock, blues– there is an element to be found in one song or another.

Giving the project a name was even more difficult for it’s members… until Elliot found this authentic 1969 issue of the San Diego Union Tribune preserved in his garage:

Long Live Apollo, God of healing, music, and poetry, most complex of the Olympian deities.

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Brogue Wave featuring Patric Petrie

Brogue Wave featuring Patric Petrie
Brogue Wave featuring Patric Petrie

Brogue Wave is a high-energy, band of misfits based out of Southern California. We play a mix of Celtic folk, traditional Irish tunes with a bit of old timey music for good measure – one unholy union.

Our name was given birth to on the Salty Dog – a ship filled with great musical souls somewhere in the blue waters of the Caribbean.

A chance wave hit – sending Tim and his Uileann pipes flying. Matt said “rogue wave!” The ship said “Why not!?”

So we are Brogue Wave, and we want to see you soon.

Members

  • Guitar/vocals:David Lally.
  • Fiddle: Patric Petrie.
  • Accordion: Matt Hensley.
  • Pipes, low whistle, bodhran, vocals: Tim Foley.
  • Drums: Jordan McKinley.
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The Cherry Bluestorms

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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Rhythm And The Method

Rhythm and the Method
Rhythm And The Method

RHYTHM AND THE METHOD is a San Diego-based band specializing in original music that is in a genre all its own. The band had its beginnings in the dreams and imagination of RHYTHM TURNER who shares the same passion as the rest of her family: to make music that moves people. Fronted by Rhythm’s soulful voice, “THE METHOD” is comprised of several talented, accomplished musicians- including her own father and younger brother! Together, Rhythm and the Method skillfully blend sounds of rock, blues, indie, and folk to create a unique, revolutionary sound. With raw, poetic lyrics, and undeniable grooves, the group creates the kinds of songs people from all walks of life can appreciate and enjoy.

Whether it’s a solo performance, duo, or the whole band, Rhythm and the Method can always stay in-tune to the specific needs of each venue and it’s patrons.The band’s desire to spread positive messages and bring awareness is exemplified in their collective creativity and captivating stage presence.

The band looks forward to more tour and travel opportunities, and to share these positive vibrations that only live-shows can provide!

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5:45

Generik

Generik
Generik

Earth poet/ music junkie/ hopeful romantic. Gained notoriety with his extraorinary beatbox skills. Born wiith a natural sense of rhythm, and no musical instruments, Generik was able to absorb sounds and music, then channel them through his mouth. His curiosity for the surreal and unknown greatly influence his proggressive multivocal expressions. Increasing the attention of artists and promoters in various feilds of music, Generik frequently performs at many different venues across San Diego, has done tours of the country and collaborates with a number of artists. Generik and partner Anek, currently have a group together named “LNC” and are known for high energy live shows and cerebral mixtapes.

Generik is a triple threat. A phenomenal beatboxer, abstract lyricist and “psy-fly” beatsmith.

Rooted in hip-hop, Generik transcends genres with his curiosty for experimenting with the surreal and unknown. An observational poet, he strives to keep creativity and originality alive in a world saturated in clones. Generik is anything but.

He recently released an album titled “OUIJA.” he is promoting as well as working on new projects.
Listen, download or purchase it here:
http://generiklnc.bandcamp.com/album/ouija

No tricks, no gimmicks; all from the mouth, mind and soul.

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6:00

The Bassics

The Bassics
The Bassics

American Mod Rock band influenced by the likes of The Who, The Jam, Secret Affair, and The Kinks.

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The Lyrical Groove

The Lyrical Groove
The Lyrical Groove

The Lyrical Groove is a band that combines cohesively crafted spoken word and live instrumentation to inspire and entertain. With a musical style that balances Jazz, Hip Hop, Blues, R&B, Gospel, and Soul, The Lyrical Groove infuses a potent message with a social consciousness and spiritual awareness that sings to your humanity and moves your soul.

The Lyrical Groove was formed under the motivation of spoken word artist, Kendrick Dial, to have live music accompany his performance of poetry. The pursuit of collaboration then began with Louisiana born friend and drummer, Glenn “GK” Sanders and keyboardist, Mike Smith. The group officially formed in November 2010, after a gig at the Ruby Room in San Diego, CA. An overwhelming, affirming crowd response cemented in the group’s minds what their hearts were warming up to. In July 2011, the band was joined by musical Bay Area native guitarist, Mike “Token” Benedetto, Jacob “Cubby” Miranda on bass and their ultra-talented vocalist Brisa Lauren in 2012.

The Lyrical Groove just released their debut full-length album, Spoken Soul: Music For Life, which is a catalogue of spoken words and songs that mirror the genres that inspire the band. The Lyrical Groove has been one of San Diego’s hardest working bands over the last 4 years. If you are a lover of musicianship, lyrical inspiration, and wit accompanied by an awe-inspiring live performance, then Lyrical Groove is the band for you. Music is one of the most barrier-bridging elements of life. Lyrical Groove is a band that embodies that sentiment.

The Lyrical Groove as performed all over San Diego, CA at a collage of events ranging from fund-raisers, church and youth programs, music concerts, wine tastings, to numerous events/venues such as the San Diego IndieFest, Anthology, Humphrey’s Backstage Lounge, Winston’s, and The House of Blues.

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Adams Ave Car Wash Stage — 3302 Adams Ave

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Circus Mafia

Circus Mafia

Circus Mafia is a unique circus performance art collective that passionately seeks to promote physical education, induce laughter and inspire creativity in children and adults through object manipulation workshops, educational circus programs, themed entertainment, and improv skit comedy.

Circus Mafia is a professional, mobile entertainment company that offers specialty circus acts for the young and young at heart. With one-of-a-kind interactive stage performances, educational circus workshops,  themed children’s entertainment and continuous guest entertainers, Circus Mafia seeks to create a memorable experience unlike any other at your next event!

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Roger

Roger

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Viet Mai

Viet Mai
Viet Mai
Viet Mai is an Educator, Artist and Consultant who works to enhance the lives of others through community engagement and youth empowerment. As a member of the 2013 ELEVATED! Slam Team, he represented San Diego to rank 4th place at the National Poetry Slam in Boston, MA.
Viet began exploring his creativity by writing poetry while a student at the University of California in San Diego. With influences from Ethnic Studies and Music classes, as well as lyrics from Hip Hop artists, Viet focuses his writing and performing towards education, community development, self reflection, and empowerment.
 
Also known as vKnowledge, Viet began performing spoken word around San Diego in 2001 at open mics. As his talent and creativity bloomed, he was sought after as a featured poet at many events and venues in Southern California, and has appeared in venues across America. In an effort to inspire others through art and culture, Viet is a co-host and organizer of San Diego’s largest Spoken Word event, ELEVATED. 
 
Ultimately, Viet’s mission is to collaborate with community members to educate, motivate, and inspire the youth through spoken word, art, and culture. He has facilitated numerous workshops with various organizations and youth programs. After obtaining his BA in Math-Computer Science from UCSD, Viet currently serves as a Program Facilitator with the Village of Promise Collective Mentoring Program, and as an Independent Consultant, specializing in School Data and Assessment. Furthermore, he devoutly continues to edutain his audience as a member of Collective Purpose.

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3:15

Damn Dirty Mimes

Damn Dirty Mimes
Damn Dirty Mimes

The four performers that created Those Damn Dirty Mimes met in a Theater Mime Class taught by Jerry “Coach” Hager. Hager made a living as the Seaport Village Mime for over 20 years as Kazoo; he went on to teach the class and has been teaching for the Grossmont College Theater Department. Ben Cabrera and Christian Reeves met in the class in 2014. They quickly took to the art and sought out creation of a troupe that year. However, they weren’t able to create a group until they enrolled in the class a second semester in 2015 where they met classmates Raymond Kazules and Jinneva Santiesteban. The four performed together throughout the semester and decided to take on their performances beyond the classroom and created their own troupe Those Damn Dirty Mimes. Benito (Cabrera), Giggles (Reeves), Big Eyes (Santiesteban), and Noodle (Kazules) have formed to display what they’ve learned under Hager’s wing. While in their whiteface pantomime characters, they’re goal is to broaden the performance of mime from pantomime illusion to including figurative mime and corporeal imagery. Their first public performance will be at the Art Around Adams street fair on Saturday June 6th, and they aim to perform around San Diego in places such as Balboa Park and Seaport Village soon enough.

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Daniel Schraer Trio

Daniel Schraer
Daniel Schraer Trio
Daniel Schraer is a San Diego songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. After taking classical piano lessons for eleven years, he attended UCLA for Music History and trained extensively in theory, composition, and improvisation. During this time he also became proficient at several other instruments, including banjo and accordion, all while honing his songwriting skills. In 2010 Daniel returned to San Diego and formed the folk-punk act Ugly Boogie with several friends from high school. He also joined local indie rock band The Nervous Wreckords, and played consistent gigs both in and out of town with both bands.

Before disbanding in 2014, Ugly Boogie released two full lengths and one EP, and Daniel also recorded and released a solo album called “Dragonflies”. He has been working consistently on new material for the past two years and is finally ready to perform these songs for the world, along with the help of drummer John Robertson and bassist Kyle Dramer. Daniel’s songwriting is succinct, cinematic and emotionally charged, often dealing with relationships, autobiographical events or fictional characters. Listen to “Dragonflies” at http://danielschraer.bandcamp.com/album/dragonflies

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Big Toe

Big Toe
Big Toe

The Big Toe Buzz Is Growing louder everyday, thanks to an international following.
When an unlikely Youtube Video went “Viral,” Television networks in the U.S.A. and abroad began literally lining up to feature Big Toe.  At one point, two rival Korean networks, (SBS and MBC) arrived simultaneously to film a Big Toe show, resulting in a near conflict. “that was fun!”

Formed by frontman Mark Goffeney, and Guitarist St. James, The band’s name is derived from a favorite line in a movie, apart from the fact that the Bass/guitar player front man was indeed Born Without Arms and plays with his Feet!  Although a band featuring an “armless guitar player who can “shred” with his feet has surely brought much publicity,
Big Toe is committed to the idea that good song writing and exciting live shows are most important.  “We are not just a novelty”.

One night, while preparing to open side stage for Tom Petty and Beck, Petty.s Manager approached Mark Goffeney and informed him that a youtube video of Mark performing “Mary Janes’ Last dance” had more views than Tom Petty’s.  Worried, Goffeney asked if he was in trouble. “We think its great” was the reply.This video was at one time the most watched video on the internet in a day PERIOD!  This exposure has landed appearances On National T.V shows in Holland, Germany, Turkey, Tokyo and Korea.

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Social Club

Social Club
Social Club

Social Club is an American rock band formed in 2011, shortly before the release of their first EP ‘Pictureshow.’ All California implants; guitarist/lead singer John Levan from West Virginia, bassist James Spratley from Virginia, drummer Jeffrey Litzman from Texas, and keyboardist Thea Tochihara from Colorado, their music has become the breeding ground and platform for exploring those differences, and finding perhaps that’s what brought them together. The result is feel good tunes with driving beats and lyrics that say something.
This led to the release of their first LP ‘Gamma Rays’ in 2013 with local record label Pacific Records.
As they focus on their sophomore effort, the music displays their growth as a band and independent artists.
Look for more dirt, swank, and flavor.

Band Hightlights:

– Performing alongside Talib Kweli, Cake and Best Coast at San Diego Indie Fest 2013
– Performed alongside Mayer Hawthorne at Oysterfest 2013
– Nominated for two San Diego Music Awards – Best Music Video and Best Alternative Album
– Won MOFILM’s “Take Your Band To Texas” competition for Slow Motion music video, winning a performing slot at SXSW Festival in 2013
– Toured in CA, OR, WA, TX, NV, CO, AZ markets
– Opened for James McCartney at House of Blues San Diego
– Television features on NBC’s Sound Diego and San Diego 6 The CW’s Sound System
– Radio play in California and internationally in Spain
– Featured in San Diego Reader, Kings of A&R, The Indie SD, San Diego City Beat, and many more media outlets

FREE SINGLE DOWNLOAD: www.socialclubjams.com
Debut Album on iTunes: www.goo.gl/SZRJ3

Also on amazon: http://tinyurl.com/mlyvslk

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MaldonDanz feat. Generik

Maldondanz
MaldonDanz feat. Generik

 Patricia Maldonado attended the Guatemalan School of Modem Dance and was a professional dancer/choreographer at the Ballet Moderno y Folklórico de Guatemala Company. During her years in the company, she performed in events, such as the New York Shakespeare Festival-Latino 1986 at the Public Theater in New York, the Hispanic Festivals in Miami, and in different places in Washington DC, such as the Pentagon and the IBD. Also in 1988, she participated at the Colon Theater in Madrid, Spain as part of “Guatemalan Presence” and at XVI Cervantino International Festival in Guanajuato, Mexico.

During her professional Modern Dance career, she was invited as a guest choreographer at the Ballet Guatemala, National Ballet Company. Her style has been highly influenced by the Guatemalan choreographer Judith Armas (who was influenced by Alwin Nikolais). During several years, she was also part of the Guatemalan Musical Theater Company directed by Carlos Marroquín.

As an independent dancer-choreographer, she danced at Oscar Lopez 1988 International Festival in Barcelona, Spain, 15 de Septiembre International contest, and II International Cultural Festival in Antigua, Guatemala. She represented Guatemala at the First Latin-American Contemporary Choreographers Congress ‘90 in Caracas, Venezuela.

Patricia moved to San Diego in 1994, she participated with choreographers and events around California, such as the  Workshop ’98 San Diego Dance Theater, the Guatemalan Expo ‘98 in Los Angeles Convention Center and with the “Sacramento Youth Symphony” in Sacramento. Later, she danced with “Powers Dance Company” directed by Christina Jones-Stuart (NY Urban Bush Women) in San Diego.

Patricia was part of the beginning days of Entre Líneas: Tránsito de Cuerpos Dance Festival Tijuana/San Diego in 2000. Additionally, she was curator for Nations of San Diego International Festival 1999-2000/2000-2001 and  San Diego Tommy Dance Award 2000-2001-2002, sponsored by San Diego Dance Alliance. She also presented her show Collage at City Height Performing Arts Complex inviting dancers from both sides of the border. And the same year, she presented a complete choreography Femina at Sushi and at the Instituto de Cultura de Baja California Tijuana, Mexico.

In 2004, Patricia taught Creative & Improvisational Dance in Tijuana and Creative Dance for children at the Cesar Chavez Center in Riverside. While attending NYU, she improvised at No Gallery in Brooklyn, HouseWork at Harlem in collaboration with Christian Harold and invited by Laura Meyer, and Art Salon organized by Rick Oquita at the Fading-Ad Gallery Brooklyn. In the meantime, she was part of the improvisation project performed under the Christo and Claude art exhibition The Gates at Central Park. She participated at Performance Space l22 in Manhattan invited by DDDoviller, and Galapagos Space in Brooklyn invited by Corey Frost. Her last performance in New York was in 2005 at BAAD in the Bronx Dance invited by Pepatian organization.

In 2006 from April 17 to May 14, Patricia taught an intensive Dance Composition workshop for a month in Guatemala City at the Guatemalan National School of Dance, Marcelle Bonge de Devaux and at the Institute National Guatemalteco de Turismo (INGUAT).

At her return to San Diego, she was Dance Advisor for Friends Board of City Height Performance Annex, while teaching dance and improvisation around San Diego and Tijuana. Also, she participated in several collaborative works. Among them, she choreographed The Cloths of Heaven as part of Cheryl Parry Art Exhibition, and she performed interpretative dance at Ricardo Vela Art Gallery.

In 2008, she participated in the video-dance- collaboration with Christian Michaels, Andrew Lukas, and Adriene Jenik UCSD/UCLA.  Real-time Online performance around the world.

In March 2009, Patricia performed the visual-movement-art project, Disintegration, collaboration with Ivonne Vielman and Christian Michaels at Michaels Photography Studio, participated at the 4X4 dance show and was part of Arts around Adams Street Music & Arts Festival.

In 2010, her group MALDODANZ performed at Patterns event presented by Johnny Tran, Thumbprint Gallery in North Park, at the Studio Showcase NTC Liberty Station presented by Jean Isaacs, and at Celebrate Dance Festival, Balboa Park presented by Eveoke Dance Co.

In 20011, she danced for the Justicia en la Frontera Fundraiser at the Centro de la Raza, choreographed for the Museum of Art inspired by the painter Raul Anguiano from Mexico, and danced at the Voices Art and Art Evolved.

2012- 2014, she produced her dance show The International Day of the Dance and performed Día de los Muertos at the Centro Cultural de la Raza.

2014- 2015, she performed the Death Dance for Dia de los Muertos at WorldBeat Cultural Center,  performed in the XV Anniversary of Mujeres en Ritual at the CECUT, Tijuana Mexico. She organized the International Day of the Dance at the Centro Cultural de la Raza having this event its third year celebration in San Diego.

Currently, she is Chair Member at the Centro Cultural de la Raza, teaching Body Self Awarness classes at the Centro Cultural de la Raza, Curator at Figment Festival 2015.

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Generik

Generik
Generik

Earth poet/ music junkie/ hopeful romantic. Gained notoriety with his extraorinary beatbox skills. Born wiith a natural sense of rhythm, and no musical instruments, Generik was able to absorb sounds and music, then channel them through his mouth. His curiosity for the surreal and unknown greatly influence his proggressive multivocal expressions. Increasing the attention of artists and promoters in various feilds of music, Generik frequently performs at many different venues across San Diego, has done tours of the country and collaborates with a number of artists. Generik and partner Anek, currently have a group together named “LNC” and are known for high energy live shows and cerebral mixtapes.

Generik is a triple threat. A phenomenal beatboxer, abstract lyricist and “psy-fly” beatsmith.

Rooted in hip-hop, Generik transcends genres with his curiosty for experimenting with the surreal and unknown. An observational poet, he strives to keep creativity and originality alive in a world saturated in clones. Generik is anything but.

He recently released an album titled “OUIJA.” he is promoting as well as working on new projects.
Listen, download or purchase it here:
http://generiklnc.bandcamp.com/album/ouija

No tricks, no gimmicks; all from the mouth, mind and soul.

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Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra

Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra
Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra

Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra is a robot-fronted rock and roll group from San Diego, California.

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DiMille's Beer Garden Stage — 3492 Adams Ave

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Rich McGee

Rich McGee
Rich McGee

Mr. Rich McGee was born in Chicago; raised in Savannah Georgia; and currently lives in La Jolla California. He started playing guitar at age 12 after winning a guitar at a baseball game. He represents a unique blend of artist and a world technology leader, engineer, and business man all in one. His music is a fusion of Country Rock, Indy, Pop, Jazz and Theme. He tells stories of life or plays on the obvious humor of our times or future, all culminating in a rocking emotion provoking show. All of his music creations are original and carry with them a cool vibe and a unique set of progressive guitar work.

In the current year he has performed as a featured Artist or Opening Act at several San Diego clubs (San Diego House of Blues, 710 Club), Street Fairs (Adams Ave Unplugged, Art Around Adams, Taste of Adams) Public Music festivals (The California Earth Day Jam , Kids of America E-Waste Festivals) , Marathons (La Jolla Half Marathon, SD Rock and Roll Marathon), and Nationally televised Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. Future shows include San Diego Bayfair 2013, Water for Children/Endless Summer Nights and much more see Mr. McGee’s schedule at reverbnation.com/mrrichmcgee.

He has been instrumental in promoting his own brand of music as well as many other local original artists. Formerly General Manager of So-Cal Showcase TV a local SD TV show promoting original So Cal artists. He has combined business to business relationships and brought music to retail parking lots at E-Waste Events across the State and soon the Nation. He has created the “Parking Lot People” He is an advocate for Kids Education, E-Waste Recycling, and Sustainability. He is active on boards and in companies addressing these initiatives including Wireless Telecom, Data Storage, and Solar Technology.
He performs all over the Southern California and SW United States and spontaneously at music events around the world.

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Donna Larsen

Donna Larsen
Donna Larsen

Donna Larsen began playing her original music on an acoustic guitar in coffee houses and clubs in San Diego, CA while still a teenager. Influenced by strength and passion of the greats, she was inspired to form her own unique vocal style. Donna has cherished her experiences of performing in North America from Alaska to Oaxaca, Mexico, and in Europe from Prague to Budapest and Vienna. The richness of these varied cultures has contributed to her music becoming more insightful and spiritually centered. Donna is a Billboard Award Winning songwriter, and thrives on writing and performing music that is thought provoking, positive, and spiritually alive, and lives in gratitude for the gift of music.

Donna took a sabbatical from live performance after 2000, when the “Expectant World” CD by Satvah~Divah was released, but never stopped writing music!

Currently Donna is sharing her PopCoustic music in San Diego County, and has recently formed The Donna Larsen Band.

Donna is also frequently in Noisy Cricket Recording Studio producing the CD for “In My Own Backyard”, a beautifully illustrated Children’s Picture Songbook. All lyrics and music were written by Donna, which offer up heartwarming and imaginative songs about all that is real and imagined in a child’s backyard. Characters come to life through her music, written to take you right along with any child into their hearts and minds.

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Sierra West

Sierra West
Sierra West

SIERRA WEST is is an animal lover and addiction treatment supporter named after the Sierra Nevada Mountains, but is not affiliated with any soft drink, trading post, or beer conglomerate. This Connecticut born, Boston-based singer/songwriter currently resides in San Diego and and took home “Platinum” at The San Diego Songwriter’s Guild Annual Song Contest. She sold out the legendary Harvard Square venue, Club Passim, and was awarded the Berklee College of Music online Celebrity Scholarship in the name of Gary Burr. Sierra made the finals in the International Songwriting Competition and is listed in Music Connection’s “Hot 100 Unsigned Artists”.

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Savannah Philyaw

Savannah Philyaw
Savannah Philyaw

I’m Savannah and I’m an 18 year old singer songwriter from San Diego, California. Music has always fascinated me with the way it can take over your emotions without asking your permission to do so. I am inspired by everything I do and everything I see. I write music based on experiences that have affected me and the people around me. These experiences are things that we all go through during the courses of our lives. Whether it be falling in love for the first time or losing a friend, I feel that a song can evoke emotions that spoken words cannot.

Songwriting is my release, my passion, and my best friend. It has allowed me to be honest and open without fearing judgement. I hope that my music can inspire others like other music inspires me. I usually write about happy things and those experiences that can make us all smile no matter what time of day. To me, songs are like public diaries. Whoever hears your music knows exactly how you felt at the time the song was written. It’s actually a little frightening at times. I hope that my music can relate to you and the emotions that you experience during your life (especially if you’re a teenage girl like me). Songwriting is not what I do, it’s who I am.

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Action Andy & the Hi-Tones

Action Andy & the Hi-Tones
Action Andy & the Hi-Tones

A former member of such notable bands as the Bomboras, the Sleepwalkers, and the Loons, Andy returns with a very talented band and a new album “High and Lonesome,” which is garnering modest airplay and reviews around the country. Part concept album, part barstool-philosophy, it tells the tale of a man’s search for love and redemption, with the pitfalls, perils, and trials that occur along the way.

His debut album “Haunted Honky-tonk” earned him nominations for Best Country/Americana Artist & Best Country/Americana Album for the San Diego Music Awards. He’s had positive reviews in magazines across the country & in the UK, where his songs have been aired on BBC’s Merseyside Radio with Spencer Leigh.

With his new band, Andy presses forward with a sound that not only encompasses his love of Americana and Honky-tonk, but approaches it with an electrifying hybrid of Country Blues, & a generous touch of down-home Rock & Roll.

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Alvino & The Dwells

Alvino and the Dwells
Alvino & The Dwells

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

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The Shifty Eyed Dogs

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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Country Rockin’ Rebels

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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Cafe 21 Stage — 2736 Adam Ave

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Zombie Barbie

Zombie Barbie
Zombie Barbie

Zombie Barbie released its debut full-length Electrostatic Hallucinations, recorded at Jeff Forrest’s Doubletime Studios in October 2014. Guests on the album include Stanze Touchie, Mishey Touchie, Nox Anger, Scott Hoover, Lena Jones, and Barry Lockwood. “The photos included in the album represent the psychological and even physical world that we imagine Zombie Barbie’s music as the backing track,” says Haemmerle. “We saw ourselves as futuristic, with influential echoes from that past. Mark is a long time multi-intsrumental musician from twenty-four years back. He hailed from bands like Sleepy Hollow, Starcrossed, The Canton Mudders, and Kitty Plague. Jovi is actually an actress and singer on stage and screen. This is her first real band out of high school, and incorporates her theatrical strengths to the live performances. See the links below & above to follow ZOMBIE BARBIE!

“I guess Zombie Barbie kind of sounds exactly how I thought they would—like the B-52’s met Aqua and Right Said Fred in a weird ’80s electro-goth sex dungeon. And reading their one sheet, it seems that’s basically how they describe their music. If mock-rock is your thing, or if Hasselhoff, Benatar and Yankovic are your idea of a “supergroup” then this band is for you.” — Jackson Milgaten, San Diego City Beat.

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Little Fixtures

Little Fixtures
Little Fixtures

Little Fixtures is an indie rock trio. Little Fixtures is from Seattle. Little Fixtures fixated founded in 2013. Little Fixtures likes tea in the afternoon and moonlight at night. The band mission statement is to have fun and keep on keeping the beat along and also wearing pants in summer cause shorts are for children and people from Florida. But its all good.

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Triton Eye

Triton Eye
Triton Eye

A young (18-20yo), up-and-coming band formed at UCSD.

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League of Liars

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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JuJu Satori

JuJu Sartori
JuJu Satori

JuJu Satori includes former members of the Radiators (Barry Hill), Dinettes (Sue Delguidice), Grilled Funkshop (Chad Allbritton), and the Steve Poltz band (Daniel Johnsen).

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Too Fast For The Devil

Too Fast for the Devil
Too Fast For The Devil

San Diego and the Worlds only Punk Rock, Motley Crue tribute band that plays songs exclusively off the first 2 Crue Records !

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The Bloodflowers

The Bloodflowers
The Bloodflowers

Formed in 2008 under the name slowdrag by Rey Hoover with Jon Herominski on drums.The band change name in 2009 to The Bloodflowers with the arrival of
Jimmy Armbrust on bass guitar.The band had some changes along the way to the current line up of Rey Hoover vocals guitar,Jeff Williamson bass guitar and Albert Aguilar on drums.
Influences from 70s,90s and newer rock music,The band had performed in San Diego,LA and Brawley CA.

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Hocus

Hocus
Hocus

Hocus is a three piece rock band from San Diego California. With influences from 80’s 90’s and the new millennium, Hocus ensures us that Rock and Roll is still alive.

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Kensington Library Park Stage — 4121 Adams Ave

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Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Kids

Rock N Roll San Diego
Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Kids
The Rock and Roll San Diego Kids group is a band made up of students from the acclaimed Point Loma based music center. The kids specialize in classic rock favorites for a set that’s meant to show of the talents of the next generation of musicians and is a lot of fun for all ages.

 

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Marie Haddad

Marie Haddad
Marie Haddad

Marie Haddad is a five-time San Diego Music Awards nominee with a voice that “can hold your attention whatever she is singing” (North County Times), with a songwriting and piano style that has been described as “somewhere between Kate Bush and Leonard Cohen” (San Diego Downtown News).  Haddad’s music has been featured on national television and in several independent films. She performs regularly in the San Diego area and across the West Coast and New York.

Marie Haddad started playing piano at the age of 5 but quit formal training at 11 because her attention span required constant breaks for cartwheels. After having to sell her piano in college, she missed playing so much that she would regularly sneak into a well-known San Diego hotel in the middle of the night to practice on the grand in their main ballroom. Soon, the cleaning staff started to recognize her.

In 2002, the San Diego Beat Organization (of which Haddad was a member) was nominated as Best New Band at the San Diego Music Awards. After the group disbanded, Haddad ventured into performing her own solo material. She has since been honored with nominations at the 2007, 2009, and 2011 San Diego Music Awards as Best Acoustic Act in San Diego, and in 2013 as Best Singer-Songwriter.

The Lifetime TV show ‘Dance Moms’ used her song “Why? Why Not.” for a choreographed dance routine in competition on the show.  ABC’s “the Taste!” also used her music in their season finale. Her song “Holiday Cheer!” had the distinction of being on two Top 100 Independent Holiday Song lists and she’s been awarded a ‘Top 10 Best Performance in a Live Video’ recognition from OurStage.com. Her rendition of Kate Bush’s “Night-Scented Stock” was also included on the Bush League’s Running Up That Hill compilation.

Currently, Marie Haddad is writing, recording and performing, creating videos, playing glockenspiel, and writing some more.

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Mittens

Mittens
Mittens

Mittens is a San Diego band specializing in the revolutionary genre of Cat Pop. The group started as a duo between longtime friends Lia and Ramona in 2009, eventually picking up guitarist Paul and drummer Tyler through well-timed classified ads. Mittens debuted as a fully formed group in May of 2012, and haven’t stopped creating and performing since.

Mittens is heavily influenced by the pop sensibilities of The Cardigans, Tiger Trap, The Pretenders, and Rilo Kiley; just to name a few. The melodic vocals of Ramona, Lia, and Paul blend splendidly with the upbeat, surf-infused pop that’s nostalgic of 90s female-fronted bands like The Cranberries. Mittens’ symphonic sounds have been a huge hit around San Diego, and it’s clear when seeing them live that they have as big a blast playing as the audience does listening.

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Wizard of Oz Performance – Excerpts Presented by SDCAP

Wizard of Oz - SDCAP
Wizard of Oz Performance – Excerpts Presented by SDCAP

This young performer’s edition of “The Wizard of Oz” is produced by San Diego Creative Arts Project – SDCAP.  Follow the Yellow Brick Road with Dorothy and her friends, and discover that you have always had the power. Watch the talented youth of SDCAP, “Where Arts Emerge” and the students who train intensely for 3 months in Acting, Voice, and Dance, and are challenged to raise the barre and be the best they can be.

You can see the full production at:

Academy of Our Lady of Peace
4860 Oregon Street
San Diego, CA 92116

Friday, June 5, 2015 at 7:00 PM Sunday, June 7, 2015 at 3:30 PM (PDT)

Tickets available here.

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Normandie Wilson

Normandie Wilson
Normandie Wilson

This is cool, classy jazz music with a touch of pop. The kind of music you hear when you stop in at the lounge on the corner on your way home from work. You’re standing at the bar when you hear a gentle voice, as smooth as the fine cognac in your glass, coming from the back room. A dirty-blonde beehive peeks out from behind the piano. You come closer and take a look at the creature whose hands are caressing the ivories; she’s dressed in sparkling attire worthy of Christina Hendricks and crooning songs that sound directly lifted from the swinging 60’s. Suddenly, you can’t stop staring at the drop-dead gorgeous girl with her lips pressed against the microphone. Best to pick up your drink and stop the conversation for a while. If you want to really hear Normandie’s soft, smoky alto voice and witty lyrics, you’ll have to listen closely. 

She’s frequently compared to vintage classics (Burt Bacharach, Dionne Warwick, Astrud Gilberto), and modern-day sirens (Becky Stark, Inara George, of Bird and the Bee). Normandie’s sound falls sweetly on the ears of fans of classic 60’s pop, lounge, bossa nova, and modern jazz chanteuses like Melody Gardot, Norah Jones, and Diana Krall. “I always had a hard time singing loud, and that used to be a big problem for me. It wasn’t until I heard singers like Dionne Warwick, Karen Carpenter, and Astrud Gilberto that I became comfortable with my own voice,” she says.

Normandie cites the perfect pop music by Brian Wilson and Burt Bacharach as her primary influences, as well as songwriters like Antonio Carlos Jobim, Cole Porter, Carole King, Lieber & Stoller, and Holland/Dozier/Holland, along with many unnamed 50’s and 60’s instrumental pop records taken from the 10-cent bin at the thrift store. “I spent almost every day with my grandparents growing up,” she says. “I think the only person I’ve met who has my exact taste in music is my 86-year old grandma.”

A versatile multi-instrumentalist, Wilson has performed trumpet, keyboard, vibraphone, and marimba duties in San Diego/Los Angeles indie pop band Red Pony Clock since 2006, making appearances at the Athens Pop Fest and on other national tours. Currently, Normandie performs in San Diego every Wednesday in the lobby of the historic Lafayette Hotel on El Cajon Blvd. The hotel (along with Normandie!) was recently featured in the Travel Channel production “Hotel Showdown.” You can also catch her every Saturday night at the Caliph with San Diego lounge revival act Blue Velvet, the brainchild of pianist and singer Kevin Cavanaugh. Together with veteran musical theater performer Maggie Taylor, the three-piece Vegas-style cabaret act delivers a one-two-three punch of classic song stylings, quick witted humor, and a singalong live experience unlike any other.

Wilson’s latest project is a trio, Casino Royale, with fellow San Diego musicians David Fleminger (Manual Scan) and Bart Mendoza (Manual Scan, True Stories). Casino Royale features a selection of timeless music from masters of song craft such as Bacharach, Gershwin, Argent, Lennon-McCartney, mixing the best known tunes with deep cuts. It’s the perfect soundtrack to an evening out (or a morning in).

So grab a martini, a Mai Tai, or a Gimlet. Kick off your shoes and put the needle on the record. Relax and luxuriate in the luscious, lounge-y sounds of Ms. Normandie Wilson. Sing along if you like, or dance the night away with the date of your choice. One request: keep it classy.

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The Rollers

The Rollers
The Rollers

A Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, and Beatles tribute band from San Diego.

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Podunk Nowhere

Podunk Nowhere
Podunk Nowhere

Podunk Nowhere is a poetically lawless boot-brooding duo bred from the illegitimate schools of Ryan Adams, Jeff Tweedy, and Lucinda Williams (just to name a few). As fire starter vocals and thigh trembling emotional appeal batter over drearily beautiful and unusual guitar transitions, they brand the San Diego music scene with a fresh dose of alt-country originality, kicking up dust storms across Southern California stages and beyond.

“Heather Janiga and guitar wielding hubby Johnny J. are a formidable songwriting duo. Her airy voice has an indie vibe, at times hinting at a folky Portishead or P.J. Harvey. Their country songs’ sweet vocal arrangements are akin to Lucinda Williams and Wilco.”
-Derek E. Shaw of the San Diego Troubadour

“Since their fateful meeting years ago, the pair has become one of San Diego’s most popular acts on the singer-songwriter circuit.”
Bart Mendoza of the Peninsula Beacon

“Podunk Nowhere has such a wonderful sound you could easily, as a critic once wrote of Billie Holiday, listen to them perform the telephone directory.”
Jim Trageser of the North County Times

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

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We Both Had Hits

We Both Had Hits
We Both Had Hits

We Both Had Hits is an American Rock band out of San Diego, California. A love of classic American gear such as Fender and Gibson, plus a love of classic American rock such as Black Keys, Tom Petty and Social Distortion make We Both Had Hits an all-around great band for any occasion. We Both Had Hits play both cover and original music, and deliver a great show in both a fun and professional manner.

We Both Had Hits have played some of the bigger outdoor festivals as well as local club gigs, and the experience coupled with the professionalism of the band make We Both Had Hits a sought after music act appropriate for any venue or event.

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TBA

TBA

To Be Determined

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Sweet Beautiful Chaos

Sweet Beautiful Chaos
Sweet Beautiful Chaos

Rock -N- Roll on fire diped in Funk Soul souse with a shot of Punk Blues.
I can’t explain it, you have to see it with your own eyes and hear it with your own ears….. Sweet Beautiful Chaos is something special.

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Sal Filipelli

Sal Filipelli

Multi-Instrumentalist and composer Sal Filipelli was twelve years old when his mother put him in piano lessons, which started a life-long love for creating music. Filipelli began playing the guitar, ukulele and occasionally bass during his high school years at SCPA (School For Creative & Performing Arts), where he began taking interest in composition.

Sal Filipelli at NAMM 2011 - Photo by Ryan Schilawski
Sal Filipelli at NAMM 2011 – Photo by Ryan Schilawski

Filipelli considers himself a composer first, having traveled all over theUnited States and Europe performing at various venues, radio stations and television shows with releases such as Not British Productions Presents 23rd Century, The Sal Filipelli Band (2006) and The Last Generation Of Tape (2008). Since 2008, Filipelli has produced several singles for various artists including “Take Me” and “Broken” with Sean Hart (2010).

In 2011, Filipelli worked as a City College Associated Students Senator where he was in charge of The Spring & Fall Concerts, while still composing songs for a new release. In 2013, he began working on new music with former Family Stone frontman Sly Stone, for an album also featuring Munyungo Jackson (Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder), Adrián Terrazas-González (The Mars Volta), Raw Syl (Sly Stone, Rufus), Omar López (B Side Players, The Original Wailers), Andra Day and others.

His upcoming album This Day In Music History was preceded by three singles; two written and recorded with Sly Stone, “One More Hit,” released in June 2014, on Filipelli’s birthday and “Role Model” released in September 2014. “Soon (I’ll be with You)”Featuring Reece & Nyk Tyler was released in July 2014.

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Christopher Leyva

Chris Levya
Christopher Leyva

June 15th, 2011 CHRIS LEYVA: ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Fresh off a world tour San Diego based Christopher Leyva and Montana\’s Taylor Brown, the Split Personality tour took them to ten countries in nine months, with multiple cities in each. Opening in Scotland on August 8 and ending in April 2011 with a run of shows in Japan, the tour also stopped in to England, France, Sweden, Mexico, Finland, Paris, Germany, Amsterdam, Australia and the U.S. ( NY,CH,LV,LA and more) Though a longtime mainstay of San Diego\’s music scene, Chris Leyva was actually born in a small town outside of Oaxaca, Mexico. He arrived in San Diego as an eight-year-old. An insatiable music fan, Leyva was soon hooked on the idea of rock \’n\’ roll. \”Lots of my friends don\’t recall knowing what they wanted out of life that early, but strangely I do,\” he laughs. \”I remember hearing, the intro to \”Jailhouse Rock,\” it still gives me chills.\” He cites The Beatles, Nirvana, The Rembrandts as major influences, but it was a San Diego artist who pushed Leyva to pursue his own projects. \”All the local musician\’s were supportive,\” he recalled. \”Particularly The Dragons and Convoy, but it was Steve Poltz who really pushed me to do it.\” Leyva plays guitar, piano and sings in all his bands, though he considers the lost art of arranging to be his main talent. The most important thing about a band is their songs. And the most important thing about a song is the arrangement. As much as I like playing on stage, there\’s a magic to choosing and placing instrumentation in the studio.� Restless to a fault, in addition to his own solo work, he fronts a band, Blizzard and also works with indie-rock trio Revolution 89. \”To date he has released seventeen albums. In 2003 he started up a music management agency Black Cherry Music Group. \”After the slow demise of the music industry there were a lot of acts caught in a sort of purgatory state,\” he explained. \”I thought maybe I could start up something that wasn\’t about the money per se, but instead existed simply to put out good music. Of course, my music needed a home too,\” he quipped. \”Really, it\’s a way for me to connect the dots the different players in the music Industry. If I can help other artists, than that\’s even better.\” Based in and part of the vibrant San Diego, California music scene, Black Cherry Group has affiliates throughout North America, with representatives in Mexico, Los Angeles,New York,London and Australia. Already a blur of activity, 2011 sees Leyva stepping up his efforts, moving into video production as well as adding publishing to his resume. The year will see Leyva undertake a thirty day U.S Radio promotion tour from San Diego to New York in an effort to push his new material and a trip back to the UK early fall! A documentary on Blizzard is also in the works as well as new recordings from all his various groups. Leyva continues his upward trajectory with his new group the Dead 67\’s (members are Ryan Schilawski drums and Tom Lord bass)with two new albums so far this year. New Life, showcases the Dead 67\’s to good effect. The band provides the perfect backing for his tunes, a solid combo that wears it\’s influences well – in this case a mix of rock, glam, punk and powerpop. The second disk is a double album, Black & Gold volumes one and volume two, with thirty tracks constructed as a whole, complete with a large cast of backing musicians, including the late saxophonist Dave Isabelle in the last recording before his passing. The gathered musicians create a sound that\’s part Eddie Vedder angst and part Chris Martin gloss. There\’s something here for just about everybody; rock \’n\’ roll, with a touch of glam. If you\’re new to the vast archive of Leyva recordings start here, while long time fans will find it a mandatory addition to their music collections. Leyva\’s already working on two new albums due this fall titled Live,Learn,Loose and a fifties cover album, simply titled 1957, \”I don\’t plan, I follow my muse,\” he said. \”In the romantic sense, I go where ever the adventures take me. No matter where the road goes, count on me making music. There are lots of business things to work on, but basically I\’m a troubadour.\”

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The Big Lewinsky

The Big Lewinsky
The Big Lewinsky
  • San Diego’s finest 90’s experience – your favorite (and forgotten favorite) hip-hop, rap, rock, and chicky-songs from the 90’s.
  • The Big Lewinsky is an all-around 90’s experience…
    Some of the artists that the band covers are:
    Notorious B.I.G.
    Salt N’ Pepa
    Montell Jordan
    Beck
    Dr.Dre
    The Cardigans
    Lenny Kravitz
    311
    Smashing Pumpkins
    Radiohead
    Snoop Dog/Dr Dre
    Pearl Jam
    Ice Cube
    Cake
    Sugar Ray
    Mark Morrison
    Foo Fighters
    The Flys
    Stone Temple Pilots
    The Red Hot Chili Peppers
    The Toadies
    Incubus
    Beastie Boys
    Weezer
    Third Eye Blind
    Nirvana
    Skee-Lo
    …and More.
  • Ahh, the 90’s. Baggy pants. Shitty, gravity-defying, flammable hair. Generally atrocious fashion. At least the music didn’t suck. Get over today’s mu-suck and jam to the jams you used to jam.
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Performances

Papaha Gallery Stage — 4683 33rd St

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Shambhu Neil Vineberg

Shambhu Neil Vineberg
Shambhu Neil Vineberg

Shambhu has performed or recorded with noted artists such as Carlos Santana, Tony Levin, George Brooks, Kai Eckhardt, Michael Manring, Eugene Friesen, Narada Michael Walden, and Ravichandra Kulur. Shambhu is featured on Ricochet – The Echoes Living Room Concerts (Vol 20), two Will Ackerman compilations, The Gathering II, andThe Gathering I, named “Best Album of the Year” by ZMR, and on The Guitar – The Best of New Age Reviews.  He played on Whitney Houston’s multi-platinum album, Whitney. He is sponsored by Taylor Guitars.

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El Zarape Stage — 3201 Adams Ave

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The Flowerthief

The Flowerthief
The Flowerthief

The Flowerthief is a pop/rock quintet from San Diego, CA. ‘Sleight Detour’ is their latest record to date. Stay tuned!

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Diane Marie and Randy Lane

Diane Marie and Randy Lane
Diane Marie and Randy Lane

Original Indie singer/songwriter duet producing unique harmonies surrounded by 2 guitars and 2 vocals.

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Ivan Cheong

Ivan Cheong
Ivan Cheong

Hailing from San Diego, CA, Ivan Cheong is an Indie Pop Rocker who is full of wild passion hushed to a whisper. Ivan’s relaxed sound employs elaborate musical lines to compliment genuinely catchy hooks. His songs have often been described as a “quiet roar” with lyrical content compared to the bittersweet, yet compelling, songs of Connor Oberst of Bright Eyes. His influences include Radiohead, Death Cab For Cutie, and Coldplay, but his true talent lies with his ability to take elements of these artists and synthesize them into a unique sound that he can call his own.

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Rosewood & Rye

Rosewood & Rye
Rosewood & Rye

Whiskey fueled folk and soulful hip hop tunes by Amanda Cogan, Andrew Begin and friends.

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The Peripherals

Ther Peripherals
The Peripherals

The Peripherals is an indie/folk ensemble out of San Diego, CA, known for their vocal harmonies, complimentary melodies, and unique arrangements.

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Isaac Cheong

Isaac Cheong
Isaac Cheong

MC Isaac Cheong spent seven and a half years hosting Lestat’s open mike. Performers who cut their teeth during Cheong’s tenure at the venue include the Wrong Trousers, Rob Deez, Josh Damigo, Mal Hall, Kenny Eng, Greg Laswell, and Dat Phan.

By 2009, Cheong recorded his own debut, The Shopping Cart, under the name She Blonde Swede. “I did it over five days in coproducer Aaron Bowen’s living room in La Mesa, literally days before I moved to Australia. I played just about every instrument, except for drums and bass. Aaron played lap steel, some lead guitar, and backing vocals. Kelsea Little and Joseph Lorge of the Wrong Trousers backed me up on the song ‘Loving You,’ and there’s also a choir of local musicians on the track ‘Haunted.’ ”

After almost two years in Australia, Cheong returned to San Diego in Autumn 2010, to embark on a west coast Adult Books Tour with co-headliners Rob Deez and Kenny Eng. Despite the tour name, they requested that attendees NOT bring actual adult books.

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Shanti Spa and Gallery Stage — 4685 33rd St

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Fast Heart Mart

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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Fast Heart Mart

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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PAULO

PAULO
PAULO

Rhythmic Classics have been the driving forces for this Southern California import, whose vision for music is rooted in his passion to bring a new experience to groove lovers with each performance. Paulo Perez, originally from Cali, Colombia, fuses his Latin roots with influences in Jazz, Hip-Hop, Soul, and Funk, creating a palpable energy that permeates the dance floor. He began his career in 2010 at local clubs in the small town of Yokosuka, Japan, where success prompted Perez to try his hand in the immense and boundless nightlife of Tokyo. His radiant energy and forward-thinking sound ignited dance floors throughout Roppongi and Shibuya. As the love of family called him home, Perez returned to his former home of San Diego with the knowledge and experience acquired on the international circuit. His passion to create an honest and organic experience for his listeners caught the attention of Clique in 2013, where he has since become a resident DJ and collaborator in projects throughout the city.

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Get Fit On Adams Stage — 3806 Adams Ave

12:30

Justin Berkett

Justin Berkett
Justin Berkett

A singer-songwriter in the troubadour tradition who weaves conscious, positive and sometimes funny lyrics into stories of longing, love and realization into the pickin’ and strummin’ of a 12-string guitar and the blow and draw of the harmonica in true Cosmic Americana Style.

“The Musician is the Shaman of the Future”
I had an awakening of mystical vision in my early 20’s. I found my voice through a class on Native American Singing. I had an expansion of awareness learning How to Change Society and Make History. Change begins with consciousness raising events. Music has an ability like nothing else in life to raise the level of awareness.

Some of my favorite music growing up did just that, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, Frank Zappa, Dvorak. A goal of mine as a songwriter is to paint a picture and a feeling with words and sound. A song is a little journey, and when the best songs are over it feels like you’ve been somewhere.

It doesn’t hurt to engage the audience. I enjoy those I like the idea of “taking back the chorus”. it’s where the audience gets their chance to participate in the performance. I like to have a little bit of that in my set. (just a little)

For many years, I’ve been writing songs, studying voice and music theory and composition, I was focused on writing and the art of recording, and actually recorded my second album during my time on cruise ships. I started performing my songs in earnest about 4 years ago after the sad event of having my Macbook pro stolen by gypsies on the drunk bus in Prague. So I had to get out and in front of people if these songs are going to be heard. From open mics, to getting some restaurant gigs and stage plays in Prague, and moving to San Diego and polishing my performance, continuing to write and developing my stage presence, I’m heading out on the road to play for and with as many people I can across these United States.

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Johnny Deadly Trio

Johnny Deadly Trio
Johnny Deadly Trio

Johnny Deadly Trio has been paying their dues, and working very hard for the last few years. Having their influences based in American Roots, Surf, Dark Blues, Jazz, & Wild Rockabilly. Every show is played with wild abandon and an attitude that harkens back to early punk rock. Johnny Deadly Trio takes the stage with a presence that demands to be heard and puts on a show that is sure to entertain. They play the kinda rock-n-roll that you don’t bring home to your mom… However, if you did she might like it too.

Climbing the musical ladder fast and furious it’s clear to see that these boys are on a mission to succeed, having Viva Las Vegas, Hellbilly Festival, and a great many seedy bars and high-tone clubs from San Diego to L.A. They are a hungry bunch and look forward to adding many more notches on their belts, Look out world.

Based in San Diego CA. Johnny Deadly Trio is available to tear the roof off of your bar, club, festival, or even your home! Heck they have even been know to rock a wedding or even a quinceanera. No job is to big, or small for this power trio. Make sure you keep your eyes open and your ears to the ground cause’ you don’t wanna Johnny Deadly Trio.

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harpO

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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CalAmity

CalAmity
CalAmity

CalAmity is an all female eclectic acoustic ensemble from San Diego, CA

The band began in 2013 when Cathryn Beeks called forth five talented ladies to join her in song making. The first rendition featured Cathryn, Nisha, Sierra and Marcia Claire, Mary Grasso and Kim Bishop. CalAmity played for a little less than a year in this formation, entertaining fans near and far.

CalAmity is Cathryn Beeks, Nisha Catron, Sierra West, Julia Whelpton, Rhythm Rose Turner and a revolving coven of creativity. Eclectic, acoustic and playing your street corner soon.

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Jimmie Lunsford

Jimmie Lunsford
Jimmie Lunsford

Singer-songwriter Jimmie Lunsford has been a member of San Diego’s wonderful music scene since 2006, and is currently near completion of his 3rd full-length, all-original cd. His first cd “Jimmie” was released in 2009, his second “Be Love” was released in 2012, and he hopes to release his third cd this summer. He is immensely inspired by local singer-songwriters as well as popular artists like Dan Fogelberg, James Taylor, John Denver and more, using mostly finger-picking style in songs he writes and covers. He hosted the popular Lestats’ open mic every Monday from July 2008 to October 2011, Java Joe’s open mic in OB during the summer of 2012, and since January, 2014 has been hosting the open mic at Mueller College on Thursday nights at 8pm.

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Locked Out of Eden

Locked Out of Eden
Locked Out of Eden
Originally formed in the early 1990s, Locked Out of Eden’s current line-up was created in early 2009 to carry out the vision of its founder and songwriter, David Hermsen. Now comprised of five dedicated members who participate in the development of all-original tunes, the band offers soulful melodies encapsulating poetic lyrics, underscored by driving rhythms and psychedelic guitar.

 

David Hermsen – Songwriter/ Acoustic Guitar/ Vocal:
Dave Hermsen started playing in the acoustic singer/songwriter scene in the early 90s in San Diego. Influences varying from Tracy Chapman to Alice In Chains helped shape his music. Locked Out of Eden’s dissident melodies are augmented by the powerful poetic lyrics Dave wrote. In early 2009, the music became a larger project with his friend and drummer, Dave Sogliuzzo, and so Locked Out of Eden was created.
Dave Sogliuzzo – Drums:
Dave Sogliuzzo is a veteran drummer who has been performing since the 1960s. His style and influences are most like Mitch Mitchel, and he has always been fond of rock and roll.
Locked Out of Eden is an inspiring outlet for the tasty and driving ability of his drum playing.
Guy Aeschelmann – Lead Guitar:
His psychedelic guitar playing is a gathering of styles accumulated over 20 years of performing in Europe and the United States. His guitar work reeks of the surf and psychedelic rock he played as a kid in French bands like “The Visitors,” “Les Orgues,” and “The Itch,” to name a few. He toured France and some cities in Germany on several occasions.
Eric Baker – Keyboards:
Eric is a naturally gifted musician whose talent has a magical quality. No style is beyond his reach. His having a strong background in rhythm and blues adds the warm sound to Locked Out of Eden’s music.
Joelle Riani – Bass Guitar:
Joelle is a rare gem, having spent years performing in bands on the East Coast and in Colorado before finding her way into the midst of Locked Out of Eden. When an artist finds her home, what happens is always surprising. Joelle is full of surprises.
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Levi Dean and the Americats

Levi Dean and the Americats
Levi Dean and the Americats

With rich vocals, introspective writing, and accomplished musicianship, Levi Dean creates a progressive style that draws heavily on folk, roots, and bluegrass to make a distinct sound that is rooted in tradition, yet contemporary.

Levi Dean was born into a family of songwriters and artists. He got his first mandolin from his father when he was a teenager and, as a self-taught musician, has been playing and writing music ever since. Levi grew up in Virginia and went to school in the Appalachian Mountains. There, he played in a progressive bluegrass band called The Blueweeds. He, then, moved to the Rocky Mountians where he formed a band called Dean Station and began playing professionally. Dean Station has completed three U.S. tours to promote their debut eponymous album in Dec 2006, their second album “Raising the Root” in Aug 2007, and “Quarter of a Century” in May 2009. In 2011, Levi spent a year in Nashville, TN honing is songwriting skills and now lives in sunny San Diego, CA.

During the summer months, Levi and his band, Dean Station, are very active in the summer festivals scene. Some Festivals to their credit include: The Santa Fe Traditional and Bluegrass Festival in Santa Fe, NM, Wild Life West in Edgewood, NM, the Larimer and Arrapahoe County Fairs in, CO, Ciderdays in Lakewood, CO, Earth day festival in Taos, NM, South Park Music Tour in Fairplay, CO, Summer Solstice Festival in Golden, CO and The Flagstaff Folk Festival.

Awards: 
Gold Artist Award (Radioindie.com)
Finalist for the “I Got Skills Greg Competition” (Denver, CO)

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Ken Club Stage - 21+ Only — 4079 Adams Ave

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Trevor McSpadden

Trevor McSpadden
Trevor McSpadden

Trevor McSpadden’s voice doesn’t wash over you — it soaks into you, saturating right down to the heart.  Honey-tinged and bourbon-mellowed, it’s a voice you want to curl up with on a lonely night;  it’s a voice you want with you on the highway out of town; it’s a voice to be savored from your favorite bar stool.  His songwriting goes down just as straight, and just as smooth.  Tunes like “Better Off Alone” and “The Only Way” haunt you, while “Don’t Leave Yet” and “How Far Would We Fall” call you to the dance floor.

Raised in the Texas Hill Country and seasoned in the clubs of Chicago, McSpadden is a genuine country & western troubadour.  He spent five years as the lead singer of Chicago’s most beloved country band, the Hoyle Brothers, before taking to the road as a solo act.  Now working out of Southern California, McSpadden has teamed up with Grammy-winning producer Pete Anderson on a record slated for fall 2015.  His newest songs weave together the twang of his Texas roots and the grit of Chicago with California’s honky-tonk heritage.  Like McSpadden himself, the collection is faithful to the eternal verities of the country tradition, but nothing if not original.

— Leona Inman, March 2015

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Plastik Deer

Plastik Deer
Plastik Deer

Dickie Mont – Vox / Guitar
Bangus Garcia – Lead Guitar / Vox
Guz – Bass
SD Ben – Percussion

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Social Club

Social Club
Social Club

Social Club is an American rock band formed in 2011, shortly before the release of their first EP ‘Pictureshow.’ All California implants; guitarist/lead singer John Levan from West Virginia, bassist James Spratley from Virginia, drummer Jeffrey Litzman from Texas, and keyboardist Thea Tochihara from Colorado, their music has become the breeding ground and platform for exploring those differences, and finding perhaps that’s what brought them together. The result is feel good tunes with driving beats and lyrics that say something.
This led to the release of their first LP ‘Gamma Rays’ in 2013 with local record label Pacific Records.
As they focus on their sophomore effort, the music displays their growth as a band and independent artists.
Look for more dirt, swank, and flavor.

Band Hightlights:

– Performing alongside Talib Kweli, Cake and Best Coast at San Diego Indie Fest 2013
– Performed alongside Mayer Hawthorne at Oysterfest 2013
– Nominated for two San Diego Music Awards – Best Music Video and Best Alternative Album
– Won MOFILM’s “Take Your Band To Texas” competition for Slow Motion music video, winning a performing slot at SXSW Festival in 2013
– Toured in CA, OR, WA, TX, NV, CO, AZ markets
– Opened for James McCartney at House of Blues San Diego
– Television features on NBC’s Sound Diego and San Diego 6 The CW’s Sound System
– Radio play in California and internationally in Spain
– Featured in San Diego Reader, Kings of A&R, The Indie SD, San Diego City Beat, and many more media outlets

FREE SINGLE DOWNLOAD: www.socialclubjams.com
Debut Album on iTunes: www.goo.gl/SZRJ3

Also on amazon: http://tinyurl.com/mlyvslk

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Saint Shameless

Saint Shamelss
Saint Shameless

Blessing your eardrums with Holy High-Decibel rock! Salvation through sin.

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SUBSURFER

Subsurfer
SUBSURFER

A blend of the atmosphere of Radiohead with the poppiness of Weezer, Pavement, Vaccines. Sophomore album “Devil’s Lounge” was released late August of 2013.

SUBSURFER was placed on Showtimes “Weeds” (final season).

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Neighbors to the North

Neighbors To The North
Neighbors to the North

Neighbors to the North is a trio of San Diego musicians. Harnessing their wide-ranging and eclectic influences into a focused rock-n-roll whirlwind, their music incorporates elements of alternative, indie and blues. Bringing a fierce energy to the stage, Neighbors to the North is best experienced live.

Neighbors to the North has been nominated as Best New Artist for the 2014 San Diego Music Awards.

Their debut EP album ‘Starfisher’ was officially released in Spring 2013, and is available everywhere.

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Lestat's West Stage — 3343 Adams Ave

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Dan Gindling

Dan Gindling
Dan Gindling
I started writing music a year after my wife died in 2008 (after a 21 year hiatus) using the process as therapy. My songs talk about love, life, death and living to the fullest. No regrets. Not all of my music is serious, though. Life is way too short to not have fun and laugh along the way. Music writing influences include Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen, Jason Mraz, Warren Zevon as well as a host of singer-songwriters from the 1970s.
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Phili Villlobos

Phili Villlobos
Phili Villlobos

I am Phili Villalobos.  I am 15 years old and I am a San Diego singer-songwriter. I play the guitar, ukulele, and occasionally you can catch me at the piano!

Music has always been a big part of my life and my family.  So since before I was five I have been performing for live audiences.

When I was eleven i decided I wanted to pursue my music more seriously and share it with the world!  I never looked back!  I began practicing hours and hours, performing all over.

Music is a way for me to express myself and I want to make a difference with it, help others. I know I may be young but I want music to be apart of my life and career.

I am so thankful for the opportunities I’ve had such as performing on KyXy Radio, KSON Radio, KSUI TV, Oceanside Amphitheater, live audiences of over 4000 people, and all the performances along the way! I want to thank everyone who has supported me! This journey has just began!

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Sophia Bacino

Sophia Bacino
Sophia Bacino

Hellooooo I’m Sophia Bacino, a 14 year old singer songwriter from San Diego. Lets talk music. Music’s my best bud. It introduced me to 88 white & black keys when I was 7 years old and a pen and paper to write my thoughts on at 8. Since then, we have discovered the galaxies of sharing our ability to work as one. I picked up the guitar and ukulele, my songwriting has advanced a little, (not a little. Its been 7 years.) and I started to perform live last summer. We’ve been through thick and thin, ups and downs, endless adventures.. Its always challenged, encouraged, and comforted me when I needed it most. All I can say is that its been a good 7 years, and I invite you to share this journey between us.

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John Hull

John Hull
John Hull

John grew up in Odessa, Missouri. He began singing and writing music at the age of 10. While he originally studied music in college, he later changed his major to an unrelated field. While at school he was part of an A Capella group and to play the guitar & piano. It was then that John realized he wanted to make a career out of his love for music. In August of 2004, John packed his bags and moved to San Diego, CA where he is currently living, performing & recording his new album due out in early 2010.

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Gaby Aparicio

Gaby Aparicio
Gaby Aparicio

Born into a S. American family & culture and growing up in balmy southern Florida, ecclectic music and summer breezes were always a staple at home. Saturday nights were spent listening to tango, Uruguayan folk music, the Beatles and old motown hits while my parents danced folklore. Gabriela was a natural fine artist (wanted to be a Disney animator), who studied the piano as a child and would sing privately, but then switched to guitar when she realized she had a natural ear for singing melodies. While at UCF, Gaby learned the true meaning of dedication & perseverance and set out to become a songwriter. “Songwriting was an easier way to express what I never could on canvas and paper. I always thought to be able to say something while creating a melody for that thought was something pretty magical.”

She began writing and playing throughout Central Florida for several years, while building a small following, released a demo and followed it with her first full length album in 2004, ‘In the Interim’, produced by Davey Schweizer and recorded at Richter Records Studio. One of the songs, ‘Love Your Everything’, made it on the rotation at WPRK 91.5. That opened up the doors to play various venues in town: FL Music Festival, House of Blues, Hard Rock, singing the national anthem at a Magic game, and some odd jobs like singing jingles and some film/theatre work.

Shortly after, Gabriela met NY producer, Darrell Briscoe, of Two Galleries Entertainment, and began playing at various venues in NYC. The Bitter End, Gibson Showroom, Sony Music studio. That led to recording her 2nd album during Hurricane Charley. It was to be released in 2005 or 2006, but life has a funny way of tempering you when you least expect it…this album was never released due to circumstances beyond her control.

She took a few years off to regroup after that stint, and got back into playing and writing again. Music never leaves your soul, does it.

Currently, Gabriela resides in San Diego, loving life, living fully and spreading musical good vibes all around!  Her message is to create an authentic and loving space to connect with YOU the fans, thru her music, in hopes to inspire each of you to be the BEST version of YOURSELF!! 

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Kennady Tracy

Kennady Tracy
Kennady Tracy

Hi, I’m Kennady, I’m a 14 year old singer/songwriter/guitarist from California! I have been writing since I was five, but seriously working at my craft since I was 10. I have always loved to put on a show, ever since I was walking I would perform at family events, and even try to sing songs that I had heard on CD’s my parents would play around the house. I found my love for music by myself without any parent/adult influence, and nobody ever forced me into playing an instrument or taking voice lessons, doing music is something I have chosen to pursue. At 11 years old I began playing guitar and taking voice lessons. I write songs about anything and everything. Mostly, I like to write about things I’ve never experienced because I love to observe other people and write about their situations, something about people and life really inspires me. I wouldn’t really classify myself under a specific genre yet other than singer/songwriter, but my favorite styles of music are pop, country and singer/songwriter’s.

In the short four years I have been performing, I’ve had the chance to share a stage with First Lady Michelle Obama, open for Janelle Monae and Switchfoot and play at places such as The Bite of Seattle and the Grammy Museum

I recently recorded my EP, Collection which is currently available on iTunes! I have tons of videos up on YouTube also, of originals, covers, and some music videos.
Many people have compared my music style and voice to artists such as Alanis Morissette, Fiona Apple, Taylor Swift and Stevie Nicks.

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Caroline Corn

Caroline Corn
Caroline Corn

19-year-old San Diego singer-songwriter Caroline Corn’s story began when, as a young kid, she was raiding her parents’ record collection, on her way to discovering the magic of bands like The Cure and Radiohead. The more she listened and immersed into artists like Bob Dylan, David Bowie and Ryan Adams, she knew that music would be her life.

When she picked up guitar in middle school, the passion for writing and music grew stronger. Caroline has honed her craft with songwriting collaborations with fellow local artist and several performances. Along the way, she caught the ear of legendary music man, and 91X Program Director Mike Halloran, who was instrumental in the early development and careers of several local legends including Jewel, Blink 182 and Jason Mraz.

As Halloran believes, “she’s got all that it takes and more. I am confident in her songwriting and performance skills. It’s rare that artists like this come along. Caroline is ready to now be seen and heard, not only by us lucky San Diegans, but by the rest of the world too.”

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Nick Crook

Nick Crook
Nick Crook

…is a 19 year old Singer/Songwriter originally hailing from a small suburb outside Fort Worth, TX. Though born and raised in the south for a good portion of his life, he also spent a lot of time in an even smaller town on the North Shore, located on the island of O’ahu, HI. This upbringing in two totally different areas left Nick with a very wide sense of musical taste, which can be heard in his own songs today.

At the young age of 12, Nick took up the guitar after hearing his father play “If I Fell” by The Beatles on his own guitar. He had his dad show him some of the basic chords (“this is how you play a G, this is how you play a D…”) and taught himself from there. It was a few years later that he had started singing and writing, eventually moving to San Diego, CA to pursue his music career after finishing high school.  Though he had been writing for years at this point, it was here that he started finding “his sound”, developing a unique blend of blues, soul, funk, and sometimes even folk (with many other unlisted influences) as his style. He has drawn comparisons to John Mayer, Jason Mraz, Adam Levine, Jack Johnson and others, though Nick aims to bring a flavor all of his own to the table.

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Caitlin Evanson

Caitlin Evanson
Caitlin Evanson

CailtinBird is a singer-songwriter based out of Nashville, TN.

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School Street Park Outdoor Theatre — Intersection of Mansfield St & School St. Behind Rec Center

7:30

Big Hero 6: Movie in the Park presented by Normal Heights United Methodist Church

Big Hero 6
Big Hero 6: Movie in the Park presented by Normal Heights United Methodist Church

Robotics prodigy Hiro lives in the city of San Fransokyo. Next to his older brother, Tadashi, Hiro’s closest companion is Baymax, a robot whose sole purpose is to take care of people. When a devastating turn of events throws Hiro into the middle of a dangerous plot, he transforms Baymax and his other friends, Go Go Tamago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Fred into a band of high-tech heroes.

Come join Hiro’s adventure with Art Around Adams and the Normal Heights Methodist Church with a screening of one of Disney’s biggest adventures Big Hero 6.  The movie screens outside in the park at the intersection of Mansfield St. & School St off of Adams Avenue behind the Rec Center.

Screening starts @ 7:30pm, Bring a blanket or chair if one is needed.

 

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Adams Avenue Integrative Health - Jazz Stage — 3239 Adams Ave

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Kice Simko

Kice Simko
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Steph Johnson & Rob Thorsen

Steph Johnson & Rob Thorsen
Steph Johnson & Rob Thorsen

In the wake of the economic crisis of 2008, aspiring musician Steph Johnson made a brave choice: The singer/guitarist chose to abandon her 12-year career in banking and pursue her dreams of making music full-time. It wasn’t the only time the intrepid Johnson would eschew the safe decision.

In 2011, Johnson had already released two albums and was clearly on the way up in the soul/R&B musical genre with jazzy undertones. In fact, her second CD won an San Diego Music Award for “Best Jazz Record.”

Later that year, Johnson didn’t just switch horses in mid-stream, she switched streams. A chance encounter with double-bassist Rob Thorsen in the green-room at the KSDS Jazz 88 Ocean Beach Music & Arts Festival led to a drastic change in direction that soon found her leaving behind a fine-tuned band — with pianist Leo Dombecki and drummer Jesse Charnow — and a devoted following for the relative insecurities of a life in jazz. She formed the Steph Johnson Trio with Thorsen and young drum master Fernando Gomez.

“I didn’t really realize at the time what a risk I was taking,” says Johnson. “I just knew that [jazz] sounded more interesting to me. Some of my audience has gone with me, and some haven’t, but I had to go with my heart.”

Starting out in a career as competitive as jazz in your early 30’s is a dangerous proposition, but what sets Johnson apart are her prodigious, innate abilities, which have drawn some of San Diego’s best jazz musicians to her — rather than the other way around.

Her musical journey however, hasn’t all been easy.

Johnson learned to sing as a child, accompanying the powerful sounds of her mother’s soul music collection. “I thought everybody sang like Aretha Franklin,” Johnson said. “But because I had a big voice, even as a little girl, whenever I tried out for the choir, in elementary or middle school, I was made an example of how not to sing — because I had this big voice that wouldn’t blend.”

Johnson never saw singing as a viable opportunity until she answered an ad for a voice lesson in the local paper at the age of 21.

“I went and met the teacher, an African-American lady named Shyla Nibbe, and she said to bring in a song, so she could hear where I was at,” Johnson said. “I brought in this Jill Scott song, started to sing, and the whole time she’s got her head down, and I’m thinking the worst. But when I was done, she said, ‘I have one question for you: why aren’t you singing professionally right now?’ And then, a couple months later, I got hired to do some background vocals for upright bassist Glen Fisher, and I just kept pursuing it. Then somebody said I should get a guitar. So I did, and learned some chords and started making up my own little songs.”

She kept hearing jazzy little things in her head, so upon that chance meeting with Thorsen, Johnson went for it, despite the fact that, as she says, “I’m really not trained. Until I met Rob, I didn’t know what an ‘A’ section was. This is all so much a gift — that’s why I have to work so hard at it. I mean, how could I not?”

Right away, Thorsen recognized something special about Johnson. The bassist, who works with almost all of the heaviest jazz musicians in San Diego, had an earlier premonition about working with a really different kind of vocalist.

“Right off the bat, I was so impressed by her musicality and dedication,” Thorsen said. “I was blown away by her rhythm, her time and her phrasing, so there was an instant connection. You can really feel that she loves what she’s doing — you can see it in her face, but even if you close your eyes, you still feel that same warmth and vibrancy in her music. She just has that thing that I look for in a musician.”

Aside from Johnson’s amazing voice, there is an ability to connect with the audience — in a very organic way — that makes her performances all the more enjoyable. Johnson reaches out, and engages the people in the crowd: something that can unnerve the typically stoic jazz patron like myself. She will spontaneously improvise new lyrics to showcase her band members, or folks in the crowd. She’ll step away from the microphone and encourage sing-a-longs — tactics that, in the hands of a lesser performer, would fail miserably.

“I don’t know what you call it: magnetism, or stage presence,” says Thorsen. “But Steph does all of that stuff in a real, genuine way.”

Johnson has been working hard all year, developing her repertoire with the trio and making a new recording, which the band has just finished.

“This new record is the closest to sounding like me that I’ve ever captured. This is me playing the guitar. I didn’t play the guitar at all on my last record. I’m singing what I feel — no one is telling me what I should be singing. It’s recorded live — I’ve never made a record like that — I feel like this is what I do live,” Johnson says.

The new album is titled Nature Girl. “It’s a play on ‘Nature Boy,’ and me, who I am, and how this is all coming together organically,” she said. “And, I’m kind of a hippie! So it all fits.”

Johnson’s new record has five standards, including “Summertime,” and “The Man I Love,” and six originals, like fan-favorites “Chocolate” (a steamy meditation on desire) and “Compromise” ( an intervention for girls who choose the wrong man.)

Meanwhile, the singer’s talents have been noticed by the San Diego jazz elite.

“Steph is an amazing musician,” says iconic jazz guitarist Peter Sprague. “What a voice: super soulful and the color of her sound is rich and engaging. I love that she’s going full-out playing jazz and playing great guitar, too. Her spirit as a person — super fun and spontaneous — brings her whole gift to the planet together. She’s a hero!”

“She works really, really hard at it,” says Thorsen. “Also, she’s fearless. When she gets up there, she just goes for it.”

Indeed, Johnson takes her guitar everywhere. She disappeared recently from a party — sneaking away to get some practice in — where she ran into the host, internationally acclaimed bassist Mark Dresser. Soon, the two of them were jamming on the warhorse “Caravan.”

“I think Steph has the potential to go really far,” Dresser said in a recent email. “It will be fun to watch, root and cheer her on.”

So, how is she navigating the transition from the girl nobody thought could do it to the open arms of the San Diego jazz community?

“I do think about it,” Johnson says, her voice quavering. “I’m so grateful to be here, and alive, and I so appreciate the support of Rob, Fernando and people like Peter and Mark. I feel like I’m on a mission from God — and I’m not talking about a God in a church — but like a God-of-the-universe-type thing.”

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Danny Green Trio

Danny GreenTrio
Danny Green Trio

San Diego native Danny Green has garnered a reputation in the jazz community as an emerging artist whose music sounds simultaneously seasoned and fresh, showcasing a brilliant blend of jazz, Brazilian, Latin and classical elements. Green’s music engages listeners around the world with evocative melodies and infectious rhythms. According to AllAboutJazz.com, Danny Green is “a writer of gorgeous and engaging tunes, and a first rate pianist leading a distinctively interactive trio.”

The Danny Green Trio features the talents of upright and electric bassist Justin Grinnell and drummer Julien Cantelm. Since its formation in 2010, the trio has performed at notable venues, series, and festivals including KSDS Jazz 88.3’s Jazz Live, the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library, CSU Summer Arts Monterey, Anthology, The Loft @ UCSD, the Oceanside Museum of Art, the San Diego Museum of Art’s Summer Residency Project, the Integrity Jazz festival in North Dakota, TEDxUCSD, and the KSDS Jazz 88.3 Ocean Beach Jazz Festival.

The trio formed the core band on Green’s highly acclaimed 2012 release, A Thousand Ways Home. Joined by world class jazz artists including Chico Pinheiro, Claudia Villela and Peter Sprague, the album received numerous rave reviews nationwide, rose to #17 on the Jazz Week Charts, and was voted into KSDS Jazz 88.3’s “Top Ten Jazz Releases of 2012.”

The Danny Green Trio released its latest recording, After The Calm, in November 2014 on OA2 Records. Featuring ten of Green’s compositions, the album received much praise from the press and nationwide radio play. JazzWax described the album as “A highly impressive album that will knock you out,” and the San Diego Troubadour called it, “Unconditionally recommended to anyone who appreciates good jazz, instrumental music or soundtracks.”

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Vimana feat. Dusty Brough & Julien Cantelm

Vimana feat. Dusty Brough & Julien Cantelm
Vimana feat. Dusty Brough & Julien Cantelm

Guitarist Dusty Brough brilliantly combines his roots in Flamenco with Jazz, Folk, Brazilian, Gypsy and Balkan music. As a composer, he integrates these eclectic influences with his unique approach to music and
a “blatant disregard for genre boxes” (Joe Bendel, Epoch Times). Brough’s nylon-string guitar playing is marked by an unparalleled agile technique that supports a buoyant aesthetic. Dusty creates something truly remarkable by seamlessly blending lush harmonies, intricate rhythms and improvisation, with a fluidity, presence, and rhythm that can only be compared to the rolling waves of the ocean.
Dusty has been regarded internationally by touring with original projects such as Jesse Cook and Hans York. His release “Sharon by the Sea” (Adventure Music, 2009) with mandolin virtuoso Eva Scow, was met with great acclaim:

“A captivating blend of genres, part folk, part jazz, part Latin, part gypsy, and wholly individual when you put it all together” (CD Universe).

“Dazzling harmonies, intricately woven sonic textures all recorded with tightly disciplined focus, make this CD instantly likable, inexhaustibly absorbing, even after the 7th spin… ground-breaking” (Jazzmando.com).

Currently based in San Diego, Dusty enjoys a full schedule of performing, recording, touring, and surfing. His performances and recordings consistently delight audiences and musicians alike.

What Everyone Else Is Saying:
“He’s got a sumptuous sound and loads of killer chops…”
(Robert Bush, The San Diego Reader)
“…guitarist Dusty Brough, reveals that there are no boundaries for good music.”
(Minor 7th)
“…guitarist Dusty Brough and drummer Julien Cantelm will leave you with your jaw on the floor.”
(The Santa Barbara Independent)
“…an intricate fusion of jazz, flamenco, Brazilian, and classical music that brings out the most essential elements of each genre.”
(SanJose.com)

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Unity Mason Lodge Stage (inside) — 3366 Adams Ave

12-8

Greg Lloyd

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

12-2

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
Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown Intergalactic Combat Season two! Super Awesome Showdown started eons ago in the Quasar Galaxy. The tournament was created to showcase the multi verses most extraordinary life forms. They fought for the fate of the galaxy in the sacred structure known as the battle grid.

It wasn’t long before the fate of the cosmos was seen as a tool for profit. The green alien known as Gorgus Marsupilami made these duels popular by selling billions of tickets across the universe and hosting thousands of tournaments. Super Awesome Showdown is now on planet Earth and a new Galactic Champion has been crowned, Jalapeño, from an unknown planet, is holder of all 6 Quasar Qrystals. Jalapeño has saved many people and restored many worlds to peace. He comes back to earth to restore this planet but will face his biggest threat!

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! Legend tells that the wielder of all 6 Qrystals has the ultimate power…these heroes and villains “settle the score” on planet Earth.

It’s a new season and many more secret heroes have emerged for combat. New evil threats lurk through out Earth and the Ultimate powers of the Universe are at stake…the Quasar Qrystals. These Qrystals are only obtained within the Super Awesome Showdown structure, known as the Battle Grid. For whoever obtains all 6 Quasar Qrystals will have the Ultimate power of the universe…Heroes, Villains, and Humans Prepare…

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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Damn Dirty Mimes

Damn Dirty Mimes
Damn Dirty Mimes

The four performers that created Those Damn Dirty Mimes met in a Theater Mime Class taught by Jerry “Coach” Hager. Hager made a living as the Seaport Village Mime for over 20 years as Kazoo; he went on to teach the class and has been teaching for the Grossmont College Theater Department. Ben Cabrera and Christian Reeves met in the class in 2014. They quickly took to the art and sought out creation of a troupe that year. However, they weren’t able to create a group until they enrolled in the class a second semester in 2015 where they met classmates Raymond Kazules and Jinneva Santiesteban. The four performed together throughout the semester and decided to take on their performances beyond the classroom and created their own troupe Those Damn Dirty Mimes. Benito (Cabrera), Giggles (Reeves), Big Eyes (Santiesteban), and Noodle (Kazules) have formed to display what they’ve learned under Hager’s wing. While in their whiteface pantomime characters, they’re goal is to broaden the performance of mime from pantomime illusion to including figurative mime and corporeal imagery. Their first public performance will be at the Art Around Adams street fair on Saturday June 6th, and they aim to perform around San Diego in places such as Balboa Park and Seaport Village soon enough.

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Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown
Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown Intergalactic Combat Season two! Super Awesome Showdown started eons ago in the Quasar Galaxy. The tournament was created to showcase the multi verses most extraordinary life forms. They fought for the fate of the galaxy in the sacred structure known as the battle grid.

It wasn’t long before the fate of the cosmos was seen as a tool for profit. The green alien known as Gorgus Marsupilami made these duels popular by selling billions of tickets across the universe and hosting thousands of tournaments. Super Awesome Showdown is now on planet Earth and a new Galactic Champion has been crowned, Jalapeño, from an unknown planet, is holder of all 6 Quasar Qrystals. Jalapeño has saved many people and restored many worlds to peace. He comes back to earth to restore this planet but will face his biggest threat!

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! Legend tells that the wielder of all 6 Qrystals has the ultimate power…these heroes and villains “settle the score” on planet Earth.

It’s a new season and many more secret heroes have emerged for combat. New evil threats lurk through out Earth and the Ultimate powers of the Universe are at stake…the Quasar Qrystals. These Qrystals are only obtained within the Super Awesome Showdown structure, known as the Battle Grid. For whoever obtains all 6 Quasar Qrystals will have the Ultimate power of the universe…Heroes, Villains, and Humans Prepare…

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
Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown Intergalactic Combat Season two! Super Awesome Showdown started eons ago in the Quasar Galaxy. The tournament was created to showcase the multi verses most extraordinary life forms. They fought for the fate of the galaxy in the sacred structure known as the battle grid.

It wasn’t long before the fate of the cosmos was seen as a tool for profit. The green alien known as Gorgus Marsupilami made these duels popular by selling billions of tickets across the universe and hosting thousands of tournaments. Super Awesome Showdown is now on planet Earth and a new Galactic Champion has been crowned, Jalapeño, from an unknown planet, is holder of all 6 Quasar Qrystals. Jalapeño has saved many people and restored many worlds to peace. He comes back to earth to restore this planet but will face his biggest threat!

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! Legend tells that the wielder of all 6 Qrystals has the ultimate power…these heroes and villains “settle the score” on planet Earth.

It’s a new season and many more secret heroes have emerged for combat. New evil threats lurk through out Earth and the Ultimate powers of the Universe are at stake…the Quasar Qrystals. These Qrystals are only obtained within the Super Awesome Showdown structure, known as the Battle Grid. For whoever obtains all 6 Quasar Qrystals will have the Ultimate power of the universe…Heroes, Villains, and Humans Prepare…

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
Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown Intergalactic Combat Season two! Super Awesome Showdown started eons ago in the Quasar Galaxy. The tournament was created to showcase the multi verses most extraordinary life forms. They fought for the fate of the galaxy in the sacred structure known as the battle grid.

It wasn’t long before the fate of the cosmos was seen as a tool for profit. The green alien known as Gorgus Marsupilami made these duels popular by selling billions of tickets across the universe and hosting thousands of tournaments. Super Awesome Showdown is now on planet Earth and a new Galactic Champion has been crowned, Jalapeño, from an unknown planet, is holder of all 6 Quasar Qrystals. Jalapeño has saved many people and restored many worlds to peace. He comes back to earth to restore this planet but will face his biggest threat!

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! Legend tells that the wielder of all 6 Qrystals has the ultimate power…these heroes and villains “settle the score” on planet Earth.

It’s a new season and many more secret heroes have emerged for combat. New evil threats lurk through out Earth and the Ultimate powers of the Universe are at stake…the Quasar Qrystals. These Qrystals are only obtained within the Super Awesome Showdown structure, known as the Battle Grid. For whoever obtains all 6 Quasar Qrystals will have the Ultimate power of the universe…Heroes, Villains, and Humans Prepare…

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
Super Awesome Showdown

Super Awesome Showdown Intergalactic Combat Season two! Super Awesome Showdown started eons ago in the Quasar Galaxy. The tournament was created to showcase the multi verses most extraordinary life forms. They fought for the fate of the galaxy in the sacred structure known as the battle grid.

It wasn’t long before the fate of the cosmos was seen as a tool for profit. The green alien known as Gorgus Marsupilami made these duels popular by selling billions of tickets across the universe and hosting thousands of tournaments. Super Awesome Showdown is now on planet Earth and a new Galactic Champion has been crowned, Jalapeño, from an unknown planet, is holder of all 6 Quasar Qrystals. Jalapeño has saved many people and restored many worlds to peace. He comes back to earth to restore this planet but will face his biggest threat!

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! Legend tells that the wielder of all 6 Qrystals has the ultimate power…these heroes and villains “settle the score” on planet Earth.

It’s a new season and many more secret heroes have emerged for combat. New evil threats lurk through out Earth and the Ultimate powers of the Universe are at stake…the Quasar Qrystals. These Qrystals are only obtained within the Super Awesome Showdown structure, known as the Battle Grid. For whoever obtains all 6 Quasar Qrystals will have the Ultimate power of the universe…Heroes, Villains, and Humans Prepare…

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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Sophie's Kensington Gallery Stage

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Steel The Band

Steel The Band
Steel The Band

Steel The Band, Southern California’s finest steel drum band is ready to take you on a trip to the islands. Come join the party and celebrate as we sing and dance to the rhythm of the Pan. Steel The Band has performed for many of San Diego’s finest venues, such as The famous San Diego Zoo, Sea World, Wild Animal Park and the Del Mar Fair. Come along with us to a land of fun and enjoy the sounds of Steel The Band.

Southern California’s finest steel drum band, plays reggae island music for your weddings, parties, and socials in CAlifornia.

Steel The Band was started in 1997 in San Diego California.

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Art Around Adams "Comedy Trolleys" — Back & Forth along the avenue!

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Michael Castleberry

Michael Castleberry
Michael Castleberry

Facebook: www.facebook.com/michael.castleberry1

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Dave Callans

Dave Callans
Dave Callans

Facebook: www.facebook.com/dayvo

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Chris Curtis

Chris Curtis
Chris Curtis

Facebook: www.facebook.com/chris.curtis.5680

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Nick Crosby

Nick Crosby
Nick Crosby

Facebook: www.facebook.com/nick.crosby.395

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Dan Venti

Dan Venti
Dan Venti

Facebook: www.facebook.com/dan.venti
Twitter: www.twitter.com/danventi

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Adam Wolpe

Adam Wolpe
Adam Wolpe

Facebook: www.facebook.com/adam.wolpe
Twitter: www.twitter.com/W0lpe

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Matt Lockwood

Matt Lockwood
Matt Lockwood

Facebook: www.facebook.com/mattwlockwood
Twitter: www.twitter.com/LockMattWood

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Pat Puccini

Pat Puccini
Pat Puccini

Pat Puccini
Facebook: www.facebook.com/patpooch2

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Jake Disharoon

Jake Disharoon
Jake Disharoon

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jakedisharoon

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Carlos Mendez

Carlos Mendez
Carlos Mendez

Facebook: www.facebook.com/carlosm7171
Twitter: www.twitter.com/CarlosMComedy

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Daunte Cordova

Daunte Cordova
Daunte Cordova

Facebook: www.facebook.com/starvingcomic
Twitter: www.twitter.com/dauntizzle

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Randy Villarba

Randy Villarba
Randy Villarba

Facebook: www.facebook.com/RandyVillarbaStandUpComedy
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RandyVillarba

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Danielle Arce

Danielle Arce
Danielle Arce

Facebook: www.facebook.com/daniellearcecomedy
Twitter: www.twitter.com/DanielleArce

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RJ Haines

RJ Haines
RJ Haines

Facebook: www.facebook.com/rj.haines3
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RJHAINES3

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Jerry Marsh

Jerry Marsh
Jerry Marsh

Facebook: www.facebook.com/marshmachine
Twitter: www.twitter.com/stmatt11_14

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Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis
Kevin Davis

Facebook: www.facebook.com/kevindaviscomedy

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Brent Lowrey

Brent Lowrey
Brent Lowrey

Brent Lowrey
Facebook: www.facebook.com/brentlowreycomedy
Twitter: www.twitter.com/brentlowrey

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Jessica Muchow

Jessica Muchow
Jessica Muchow

Facebook: www.facebook.com/jamuchow

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Enrique Greene

Enrique Greene
Enrique Greene

Facebook: www.facebook.com/enrique.greene.9

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Cameron Frost

Cameron Frost
Cameron Frost

Facebook: www.facebook.com/anastasia.lamont

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Carl Zika

Carl Zika
Carl Zika

Facebook: www.facebook.com/carl.zika.9

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Louie Valdavida

Louie Valdavida
Louie Valdavida

Facebook: www.facebook.com/LuisValdivia12000

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Richard Provencio

Richard Provencio
Richard Provencio

Facebook: www.facebook.com/richard.provencio.5

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