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Come Hear Legendary Guitarist Dick Dale!

Legendary guitarist, Dick Dale, continues to play to live audiences everywhere and will return to San Juan Capistrano’s icon, The Coach House, May 27. SoCal has been fortunate to hear Dale perform at The Coach House numerous times partially because he and the owner go way back. “Gary (Folgner) and I have been very dear friends from the beginning of time,” Dale mused. “Many, … [Read More]

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DIIV

Get Lost With DIIV

Are you ready to get your shoes on and your shoe-gaze on? Brooklyn’s DIIV (formerly Dive) are crossing coasts to bring you an ample dosage of the genre. They have … [Read More]

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POPTONE

Poptone To Take SoCal On Nostalgia Trip

On the eve of their first Poptone show ever, Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins were excited, ready, and willing to begin performing a retrospective of Bauhaus, Love and … [Read More]

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LOS LONELY BOYS

Los Lonely Boys Playing It New Again

Grammy Award-winning rockers Los Lonely Boys will play The Coach House May 25, Belly Up May 26 and The Greek Theatre May 27. The close-knit trio of brothers, Henry … [Read More]

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ALL THEM WITCHES

All Them Witches Let Loose

When you witness the musical tour de force that is an All Them Witches performance, what you’re really witnessing is four men transcending the earthly realm through … [Read More]

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Skillet, Sick Puppies, Devour The Day: A Tale From The Photo Pit

Skillet headlined the Grove of Anaheim in support of their latest release Unleashed with two great opening bands, Sick Puppies and Devour the Day. As I arrived early at the venue, the one thing that instantly amazed me was how many cars were already in the … [Read More]

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The Damned

The Damned On Fire At HOB

The Damned stepped onto the huge stage at the newly opened House of Blues in Anaheim and declared it their new home. The crowd roared in approval and from the very first note to the very last, the audience remained enthusiastic. Early on Dave Vanian was … [Read More]