Posts Tagged ‘Debi Del Grande’

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METALLICA @ THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM

February 13th, 2017

The Metallica family camped out over night and hugged the rail for hours until finally, the guys walked out and destroyed all eardrums. There were no issues with James Hetfield's mic(s) whatsoever, drunk guys played air guitar, hardcore diehards had their fists in the air.

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HANNI EL KHATIB + DUDE YORK + PINKY PINKY @ THE TERAGRAM BALLROOM

February 12th, 2017

A shout out to immigrants, a little nod to Michael Jackson and a full set of rocking tunes, including brand new ones like "Paralyzed" had us fired up. The evening was topped off with an invitation for audience members to join the band on stage for "Family" because - we are.

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THE SMELL’S 19TH ANNIVERSARY & RELOCATION BENEFIT @ THE BELASCO

January 8th, 2017

And that IS what The Smell is about...and that is what it will continue to be wherever The Smell ends up, so long as all the beautiful weirdos and misfits ban together and “keep on keeping on.” Now more than ever, it’s imperative a space for free expression and creative resistance exists, and that is why we must and will SAVE! THE! SMELL!

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BAND OF HORSES + WARPAINT @ FOX POMONA THEATRE

December 11th, 2016

Christmas came early as Band of Horses delivered sweet new tunes and candy canes thrown by lead vocalist/guitarist Ben Bridwell who couldn't stop smiling. The band immediately played their hit "Is There a Ghost" before diving into some new songs like "Casual Party" off of their latest Why Are You Ok.

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MR LITTLE JEANS + TRACE @ THE TERAGRAM BALLROOM

December 4th, 2016

“Not only am I home, I get to see you. But I also get to sleep in my own bed!” Fans kept close to the stage and looked up admiringly as she serenaded them with her exquisite vocals throughout the evening.

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BAD RELIGION + AGAINST ME! @ THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM

November 5th, 2016

Lead vocalist Greg Graffin, bassist Jay Bentley, guitarist Brian Baker, guitarist Mike "Serb" Dimkich and new drummer Jamie Miller blasted right into "You Are (The Government)" ripping through a massive setlist that had us losing our minds, shoes, shirts and drinks, par for the course.