California Deathfest 2019


California Deathfest VJuly 27 & 28, 2019@ 1720, Los Angeles, CA Both Saturday and Sunday are completely sold out! Tickets only remain for the pre-fest party on Friday, Juy 26th.Friday, July 26th (pre-fest party)Funebrarum Devourment P.L.F. BruceXCampbell Fiend Saturday, July 27th MorticianVomitoryRevengeSadistic IntentEvilDeadDecrepit BirthPessimist Sunday, July 28thGraveMonstrosityHiraxMorbid SaintMassacre (Performing From Beyond in its entirety)MortuousCranial Engorgement

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An Orchestral Rendition of Dr. Dre: 2001 – Los Angeles


No Strings Attached are pleased to present a LIVE Orchestral Rendition of:DR. DRE: 2001This body of work features so many intricate musical layers, we have brought in one of the UK’s leading Orchestras to perform a complete rendition of the album and some of Dre’s west coast classics from start to finish.Accompanied by DJ’s, singers, and lyricists – this is…

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Joywave Headlines 2017 KRAB Radio Christmas Show


Currently in the middle of their headlining tour, Joywave makes a stop in Pomona to play the Fox Theatre as part of KRAB 106.1 Radio’s annual Christmas Show on Thurs, Dec. 14. The band just announced the second leg of their headline tour kicking off February 10, 2018 in Las Vegas, NV. Earlier this year, Joywave released their sophomore album,…

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Russian Female Protest Punk Band Pussy Riot On First US Tour


Russian Female Protest Punk band Pussy Riot embarks on their first U.S. with stops in Los Angeles, CA on Dec. 13 at the Bootleg Theatre and The Day For Night Festival Dec. 15 – 17 in Huston, TX. For the anniversary of The Russian Revolution, the Russian feminist art collective Pussy Riot released a new song entitled “Police State.” The…

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Michelle Branch On Tour Supporting New Studio Album


Michelle Branch has recently released her first studio album in 14 years since the release of Hotel Paper in 2003. Hopeless Romantic is an album about relationships, overcoming break-ups and tending to new love. Branch describes it as her first real autobiographical album. Ready to hit the road to promote her new songs, My Cali Events got a chance to…

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ZZ Ward Hits The Road To Promote New Music


Blues Pop artist from Oregon, ZZ Ward recently kicked off her solo club tour to promote the upcoming release of her sophomore album The Storm featuring the newest track “Cannonball” ft. Fantastic Negrito. Ward will also be joining the Arroyo Seco Festival at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA taking the stage on Sun, June 25. With a soul-shaking voice…

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OC Food, Wine & Music Festival Returns To Dana Point


The 5th annual Orange County Food, Wine & Music Festival is coming to Sea Terrace Park in Dana Point on Sat, June 24. Once again be bringing you more than 40 craft breweries and 80 varieties of craft brew, dozens of restaurants, craft cocktail creations and over 100 varieties of wine from around the world to sample. Showcased at this…

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Blues-Rock Master Coco Montoya Brings Hard Truth To San Juan Capistrano


Legendary blues-rock guitarist and vocalist Coco Montoya celebrates his return to Alligator Records and the release of his new CD, Hard Truth, with a live performance on Fri, June 2 at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano. Taught by the “Master of the Telecaster,” Albert Collins, and schooled by a decade on the road with John Mayall, Montoya –…

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Blind Pilot Announce Co-Headline Tour With Gregory Alan Isakov


Portland sextet Blind Pilot are excited to announce new co-headlining August tour dates with songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov. This run of shows will traverse the Pacific Northwest and include Midwest performances in Chicago, Des Moines and more. Called “a nice dose of folk rock” by BrooklynVegan, Blind Pilot released their third LP And Then Like Lions via ATO Records in…

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