As expected, not much going on this week!
On Monday 24th,… it’s Christmas Eve
On Tuesday 25th,… it’s Christmas day!
On Wednesday 26th, Seahaven are at the Teragram Ballroom with Cory Wells.
On Thursday 27th, Erykah Badu is at The Novo By Microsoft, Lydia is at the Teragram Ballroom with Anarbor, Family Thief, DeathByRomy is at the Moroccan Lounge with The AquaDolls, Tony Velour, Sofia Wolfson, Sharon Silva, A.O. Gerber are at the Bootleg, Ever So Android are at the Satellite with Tarah Who?, The Gutter Daisies, Gabrielle Graves.
On Friday 28th, RODDY RICCH is at The Novo, Poolside are at the Teragram Ballroom with Amo Amo, Mac Sabbath are at the El Rey Theatre, The Nervous Return are at the Moroccan Lounge with The Chavez Ravine, The Blessings, Mean Heat, Lujuria are at the Redwood Bar with Fools Like Me, Lunar Gateway, Tropa Magica are at the Echoplex with La Diabla (Tijuana, MX), Healing Gems, Ocho Ojos, The Breathing Effect are at the Bootleg with Zach Tabori, Roger Hallaway, Twang Clark, Michelle Coltrane is at the Hi Hat with Total Heat, Thurmon Green.
On Saturday 29th, Puddles Pity Party is at the Fonda Theatre, YASIIN BEY is at The Novo, TWRP are at the Bootleg with JP Incorporated, Jamie Jones & The Martinez Brothers are at the Hollywood Palladium, These Killers are at The Viper Room with All Things Blink, Pretty Hate Machine, In The End, McFarland are at the Redwood Bar, Antenna the End are at the Satellite with The Orbellion, Heavy Machinery.
On Sunday 30th, ODESZA are at The Novo by Microsoft with Manila Killa & Evan Giia, Laura Veirs is at the Moroccan Lounge with Tara Jane O’Neil, Grateful Shred are at the Teragram Ballroom, Jesika Von Rabbit is at The Viper Room with ARSNK, JANE MACHINE, Monsters of Metal Fest with Maiden USA is happening at The Regent Theater with Mr. Crowley (the Music of Ozzy Osbourne), Ghost A.D. (Ghost Tribute Band), Die by the Sword (Slayer Tribute), Devil’s Knights, Blind Pony are at the Redwood Bar with XLX, Truckerbomb.
The Viking warrior of Rock-n-Roll, Norwegian born superstar Rocky Kramer holds the very soul of music in his heart.
Rockstar Review: Steven P. Hamm
a lame 94K EAUs
sounds like Paul McCartney’s early 70s be bopping vibe as covered by the Meters
distinct and wondrous without being obvious or obnoxious
except for the title track the songs are on vacation
simultaneously self-effacing and egomaniacs
essentially a disco remix of “Rocket Man” featuring one of the the UK’s biggest stars…
“I literally really need you to jump up and down”
Friday night might kill us but Thursday evening is a blast