Posts Tagged ‘Debi Del Grande’

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THE CURE @ SLEEP TRAIN AMPHITHEATRE

May 22nd, 2016

When Robert Smith announced late last year that The Cure "would explore 37 years of Cure songs, mixing hits, rarities, favourites and as yet unreleased tracks in a brand new stage production," for their 2016 tour, we had no idea exactly what that would entail. It must be a daunting task to decide which songs to play each night from a massive catalog of quality songs.

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EXPLOSIONS IN THE SKY + DISAPPEARS @ THE THEATRE AT ACE HOTEL

May 8th, 2016

The Theatre at Ace Hotel was the perfect venue to embrace the musical experience Explosions in the Sky has to offer. The Austin band played songs from its new album The Wilderness. At times, the music was enhanced by lighting and haze that shot up to the ceiling around the band, giving an illusion they were under the sea. We were taken to another dimension - a magical one.

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BEACH SLANG + POTTY MOUTH + DYKE DRAMA + CALIFORNIA @ THE TROUBADOUR

May 7th, 2016

Although Philly's Beach Slang just released its debut album The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us last October, it feels like the band has been around for much longer than 2013. For their show at The Troubadour, loyal fans traveled from as far as Denver just to sing and scream along with singer/songwriter/guitarist/button wearing/Paul Westerberg loving James Alex, along with Ed McNulty (bass), Ruben Gallego (guitar) and JP Flexner (drums).

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THE SUBWAYS + PINS @ THE TROUBADOUR

May 4th, 2016

The Subways finally came back to Los Angeles after eight years. Their final stop on tour led them to The Troubadour where diehards sang songs from yesteryear. Billy Lunn (vox/guitar) ended up diving off the balcony knowing the crowd below would catch him. The petite Charlotte Cooper (vox/bass) was a force to be reckoned with. And Josh Morgan, you sir, are timing perfection.

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KIM AND THE CREATED + LE BUTCHERETTES @ THE ECHOPLEX

May 4th, 2016

House can always be counted on to come down to the floor and rage or climb rafters or hop on a bar. She can always be counted on to have different colored hair and unique outfits. But if you think the music is always the same, the Echoplex show was a total different direction.