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KRAMMPSTEIN

‘Tis The Season To Be Frightened

Krammpstein, a Krampus themed Rammstein band, return with more scary fun this holiday season performing at Alpine Village in Torrance Dec. 10 and The Complex in Glendale Dec. 17. “You might say Saint Nick is the good cop, and the Krampuses are his bad cops,” singer, Bis Esverletzmann explained. “If you were good, you read a poem and got a little treat. If you've been bad, it … [Read More]

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STREETS OF LAREDO

Streets of Laredo Return To SoCal On Tour With CRX

Streets of Laredo is soon coming to the streets of Southern California. The up and coming folk band is scheduled to play The Constellation Room Dec. 5, Teragram … [Read More]

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DAVE MASON

Alone Together With Dave Mason At The Coach House

With an acclaimed solo career, famous guest spots on iconic recordings (The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Fleetwood Mac!), and a coveted spot in the Rock and Roll … [Read More]

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SONATA ARCTICA

Scandinavia Invades The Grove Of Anaheim

Ah Finland. Land of the north, land of light. Land of the long summer days and equally long winter days of darkness. A land that seems to spawn really good metal … [Read More]

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Dave Wakeling, The English Beat

The English Beat Rocksteady At The Coach House

“There’s a new dance called the tolerance,” Dave Wakeling sings in the English Beat classic “Sole Salvation,” which he played toward the end of their set at the … [Read More]

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Temper Trap

Temper Trap: A Tale From The Photo Pit

There have been times at The Observatory in Santa Ana where I could barely make it through the crowd of concert goers. This time, while it was still mostly full, I was able to move around fairly comfortably for the Temper Trap concert. I got the sense that … [Read More]

Concert Reviews

Dave Wakeling, The English Beat

The English Beat Rocksteady At The Coach House

“There’s a new dance called the tolerance,” Dave Wakeling sings in the English Beat classic “Sole Salvation,” which he played toward the end of their set at the sold-out Coach House last Saturday night. The relevance of his words were not lost on the audience … [Read More]