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No Small Children: mild-mannered teachers by day, tear-your-face-off alt. rockers by night.
Aug06

No Small Children: mild-mannered teachers by day, tear-your-face-off alt. rockers by night.

No Small Children is a band like no other.  Born on an elementary school playground in the spring of 2012, the trio are school teachers by day and a phenomenally successful hard rock band by night.  And they move very fast.  Three months after deciding to use their recess breaks as band practice time they had an EP out, countless shows behind them and an East Coast tour booked.  Plus, their remake of the classic Ghostbusters theme...

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Gabby Moreno and Caloncho create a magical night at Grand Performances 2017
Jun26

Gabby Moreno and Caloncho create a magical night at Grand Performances 2017

Gaby Moreno and  Caloncho created a magical night Saturday at Grand Performances in California Plaza in downtown Los Angeles.  About 2000 people filled the two-level sunken plaza,  facing a sparkling pond in front of the expansive stage, backed by dancing water spouts and skyscrapers sporting the projected Grand Performances logo.  Lights twinkled all around, families opened picnic baskets or  queued up at the restaurants surrounding...

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La Santa Cecilia launches “Amar y Vivir”
May12

La Santa Cecilia launches “Amar y Vivir”

La Santa Cecilia, the modern-day creative hybrid of Latin culture, rock and world music, along with their management company Criteria Entertainment threw a jam-packed release party for  Amar y Vivir, the unique visual album of Mexican and Latin American music. The video/album was shot and  recorded in a blistering 5 days in Mexico City, in streets, bars, parks and iconic locations like the Plaza Santo Domingo, the Zócalo and Salón...

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From Scooby-doo to CSI-Miami and Cuban beats:  An interview with producer Jared Faber
Apr10

From Scooby-doo to CSI-Miami and Cuban beats:  An interview with producer Jared Faber

  I am so happy Jared Faber decided to move to LA from his native New York in 1999 when a TV composing opportunity presented itself.  Faber had been writing music for Nickelodeon in New York, but LA called in the form of an opportunity to compose for the Emmy- nominated Nick series, As told by Ginger. He answered that call and moved to LaLa Land, kicking off a career that has garnered Grammy and Emmy nominations and awards, a...

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Eric Zayne’s new single release party road tests songs for 2017
Feb07

Eric Zayne’s new single release party road tests songs for 2017

  By his own count Eric Zayne wrote 150 songs last year, but released only one.  That is about  to  change.  This week he let loose the first new song of 2017,  “I Lost Your Fire”, at a single release party held in the Alchemy Castle artist’s residence in Beverly Hills.  Zayne, accompanied by guitarist/celloist Nick Rosen, drummer Sterling Laws and backup singer Dani Nicole, previewed songs to come as he celebrated the release of...

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