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Press: Palm Beach Pulse speaks with Russ Rogers of ANWTLF

20 Jul

Russ Rogers, the voice of ANWTLF, spoke with the Palm Beach Pulse last week, discussing a variety of topics including being a “control-freak,” the bands forthcoming EP Rumoura, and using technology to get all of that creativity out in the open.  The article is called “Technology helps A New Way to Live Forever frontman get his message across”, and you can read it all right  here.

Sketchy Black Dog at Vibrato Jazz Grill

29 Apr

Sketchy Black Dog is among the world’s most distinguished classic rock tributists; their re-interpretations of Bowie, Hendrix and Zep have won the hearts of audiences worldwide.  No big deal, really…it’s all in a day’s work for Misha and the gang.

Now, on Tuesday, May 15th, us Westcoasters will have the chance to experience that magic again: the band are returning to the stage at Los Angeles’ Vibrato Grill (2930 North Beverly Glen Circle)!  Tickets are just $20 — so grab a date, grab a friend and get down there!  This one is not to be missed.  More information to come.

Ron Rogers Live With Blues Sensation Mary Flower

05 Apr

This Friday, April 6th, at 8 PM, Civil Defense’s own Ron Rogers will join Blues Foundation Award nominee, Mary Flower, on stage for a special acoustic performance.  Ron and Mary will take the stage together to perform songs from Mary’s latest album Misery Loves Company as well as tracks from Ron’s own catalog.  This special evening is hosted by Eugenio’s in Portland, Oregon.  So come out for some tunes and stay for the wine and company!

Rae’s : ’83 : Hot Rod Mag

06 Jun

Rae's on Pico, Santa Monica

Stachela To The Viper Room

24 Apr

Johnny Stachela Band featuring Jessie Payo at The Viper Room Friday, May 6, 2011 marks the debut of the single release “Love’s A Killer” b/w “Love Salesman” as the Johnny Stachela Band featuring Jessie Payo takes to the Viper Room stage.

Though Payo and Stachela have worked on stage together in various shapes and forms for the past decade, this is the first time that the pair have joined forces in the recording studio. The result is a fine mash up of swamp, southern blues and roots rock marrying Payo’s street savvy vocals and Stachela’s slide guitar virtuosity.

Set time is 9PM