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Paul Thorn has created an innovative and impressive career, pleasing crowds with his muscular brand of roots music – bluesy, rocking and thoroughly Southern American, yet also speaking universal truths.
He’s also appeared on major television shows such as Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel Live, been the subject of numerous National Public Radio (NPR) features and charted multiple times on the Billboard Top 100 and Americana Radio Charts. Continue reading
When they first began writing their debut record, Tide Is Changing, ASHENMOON bassist Garry Beers (INXS) and singer Toby Rand (Rockstar:Supernova, Juke Kartel) unraveled their personal songwriting and began collaborating a “Passion Project” in Beers’ garage studio. There, in the heat of the Los Angeles valley, guitarist Jimmy Khoury joined them to create the recipe, and sound, of AshenMoon.
Additional songwriting was delivered by pianist Kenny Dickenson (KT Tunstall) and rounding out the group drummer Zak St John (Stevie Wonder), guitarist Sebastian Gregory (The Veronicas), who add the alternative influence to the live performances. Continue reading
An Exhibition of drawings, paintings and masks by Fall River artist, David R. Mello.
Man, animals and other imaginary creatures collide forming a menagerie of images not found in the natural world, but which vibrantly inhabit the wilderness of dreams. Featuring works in ceramic, acrylics and ink.
The journey of Los Lobos began in 1973, when David Hidalgo (vocals, guitar, and pretty much anything with strings), Louie Perez (drums, vocals, guitar), Cesar Rosas (vocals, guitar), and Conrad Lozano (bass, vocals, guitarrón) earned their stripes playing revved-up versions of Mexican folk music in restaurants and at parties. The band evolved in the 1980s as it tapped into L.A.’s burgeoning punk and college rock scenes. They were soon sharing bills with bands like the Circle Jerks, Public Image Ltd. and the Blasters, whose saxophonist, Steve Berlin, would eventually leave the group to join Los Lobos in 1984. Continue reading
With a musical career spanning more than thirty-five years, guitarist and sonic innovator Tim Reynolds is known for his masterful command of melody and timing and for his uncanny ability to improvise on any instrument he touches. Having explored most musical styles, from rock, jazz and blues to classical and reggae, Reynolds’ wide-ranging musical versatility is evident each time he picks up his acoustic or electric guitar. Technically brilliant, yet emotionally honest, Reynolds’ music is inspired and authentic. Continue reading