Local bands and musicians

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10 19 The Numberman Hip-Hop & Rap
12 Cent Alternative, Punk, Rock
145th Street Blues & Soul, Rock
16 Hour Drive Punk
16 Sparrows Rock
1Louder Covers | Standards, Rock
2000 Tons of TNT Blues & Soul, Funk, Jazz, Reggae & Ska, Rock
22 Kings Acoustic, Rock
321 Stereo Rock
3against1 Alternative, Rock
3 By Design Rock
3 Guys Called Jesus Rock
3 the Hardway Hip-Hop & Rap
40 Oz. to Freedom Punk, Reggae & Ska, Rock
+44 Alternative, Electro | DJ, Punk
50/50 Electro | DJ, Hip-Hop & Rap, Rock
5051 Rock
56 Hope Reggae & Ska, Rock
5 Miles High Covers | Standards, Rock
66ohm Acoustic, Alternative, Country, Rock

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Local Music News

Casey Turner

With two new singles and a newly released music video under his belt, he's embarking on a tour of Hawaii for his Melt in the Shade Islands Tour 2015 (Oahu, Kauai, Maui).

Jason Mraz

He'll play a series of intimate shows in Florida in February, before embarking on a world tour that will take him from Aimes, Iowa, on March 9 to Asian dates in Thailand and Hong Kong.


A new single features her collaboration with Paul McCartney and Kanye West, the acoustic based track "FourFiveSeconds," also featuring Ty Dolla $ign and planned for an upcoming music video.

Adam Lambert

His third studio album The Original High, due in late summer, will be executive produced by Shellback and Max Martin (Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync), with its lead single set for April release.

Angels & Airwaves

"The Dream Walker is a multi-year project launching with the album and a short anime film, followed by graphic novels, a novel, then a feature film," former blink member DeLonge told Radio.com of the next Angels project, which will also produce various collectibles and attire.


It appears Tom DeLonge has quit the trio - again. When they play Travis Barker's Musink Tattoo & Music Festival in Costa Mesa in March, DeLonge will be replaced at the show with Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba.

Gary Ràchac

"Duncan Faure of the Bay City Rollers and I are collaborating on a new sack o' songs of mine," Ràchac tells the Reader. "I will also be helping Duncan with the booking of his solo project and personal appearances."

Iron Butterfly

Bassist Greg Willis, who suffered a stroke in April 2012, has reportedly passed away. Guitarist Mike Pinera is recording new Butterfly tracks with co-founding drummer Ron Bushy, along with 1982 Patrick Henry High grad Doug Ingle, Jr., son of original singer Doug Ingle.

New Day Mile

Singer/guitarist James Brady and other surviving members are in a new project called Dolan Brotherhood, which is wrapping up new tracks with Alan Sanderson (Rolling Stones, etc.) at Pacific Beat Recording.

Dave Humphries

The British invader has been teaming up with Greg Gohde and Bass Clef Experiment Trio (with Owen Burke on drums), with their next joint performance set for Java Joe’s on February 21.


Scott Mercado is playing bass on tour in Italy with Fr/It Grimoon supporting Vers La Lune (he played drums on their new album). “When I get back, I’m recording piano for QunQ in L.A, and in late February I’m doing a short tour on drums with Two Sheds and playing Noisepop in San Francisco.”

Neighbors to the North

The group is recording a new LP with Brad Lee at SDRL. “No timeline for completion,” says bassist/singer Paul Moffat, “but we’re shooting for May or June release.”

The New Kinetics

Guitarist Brian Reilly and drummer Jon Bonser have cofounded a new spinoff band called the Hiroshima Mockingbirds.

The Loons

The March 28 Casbah release party for the psychedelic band's Inside Out Your Mind album will feature them playing with garage band legen Glenn Campbell (the Misunderstood), who's flying in from Auckland, New Zealand for the show.

Tom Brosseau

A video is streaming online for "Roll Along With Me," the lead single from his upcoming album Perfect Abandon, produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey, Sparklehorse) and due March 3 via Crossbill Records.

Nice World

Joyce Rooks (the Dinettes) has rejoined the experimental band, which says they're recording a new album planned for spring or summer, featuring "songs we used to perform, but had not recorded. It's sounding weird, warm, psychedelic, with a seductive, fugazi, astral veil coursing through its veins."

Marcelo Radulovich

He's developing new material for live performances as Son of Radul, which he describes as "a cool, fat blend of electronics, guitar, and voice, [with] lots of beats and slow, ultra moody spaces," set to debut March 22 at the Merrow.

Jake E. Lee

In yet another tour interruption, his band Red Dragon Cartel was forced to postpone a run of shows in California and Washington, after Lee reportedly suffered a back injury.

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