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Local Music News

The Young Wild

"You've Seen This Before, We Know," the band's ten-part web series, premiers May 1 on their website.

Casey Hensley

The busy singer will headline the Ojai Blues Festival May 7, as well as appearing at Gator By the Bay May 13 and 14 and Doheny Blues Fest on May 20. In addition, "We'll be playing in Las Vegas at the Big Blues Bender at the Plaza Hotel, and we're planning to head up to the Pacific Northwest to Seattle and back."

Billy Shaddox

His upcoming album Record Keeper (due via Leesta Vall Recordings in Brooklyn, NYC) is preceded by a single for "Saint Vrain" b/w "Learn to Sink." "These songs were recorded and produced by me at my home studio the Gulch," says Shaddox.

Eddie Vedder

The longtime Chicago Cubs fan makes a guest appearance in a new Major League Baseball commercial which was just released for the team, promoting the new baseball season.

Ratt

This week's newest Ratt lineup features three off-and-on members - Stephen Pearcy, Warren DeMartini, and Juan Croucier - now backed by Carlos Cavazo and with Thin Lizzy/Black Star Riders drummer Jimmy DeGrasso replacing the increasingly litigious Bobby Blotzer.

Greg Douglass

"Just booked a month-long tour in the UK next January with my Steve Miller tribute band, the Pompatous of Love, doing theaters," Douglass tells the Reader. "A tribute band with an original member in it is an easy sell, especially across the pond."

Rosie & the Originals

Singer Rosie Hamlin, who wrote the lyrics to their early '60s hit “Angel Baby” while a 14-year-old student at Mission Bay High School, has passed away at the age of 71.

Leroy Zeke

Drummer Bob Bowley passed away, due to injuries sustained while working underneath a car when the jack collapsed.

Darius Degher

A song by his '80s new wave band Darius & the Magnets, "Saturday at 3PM," can be heard in the new film Pitching Tents, which is set in 1984.

Adam Gnade

Gnade collaborated with Planet B (Gabe Serbian and Justin Pearson of the Locust and Head Wound City) for Life Is the Meat Grinder That Sucks In All Things, a new prequel to Locust House featuring minimalist jazz percussion and landscapes of sweeping, windy Eraserhead-esque ambience.

Flogging Molly

Their Life Is Good tour, supporting their first studio album in six years, kicks off May 4 in Oakland, CA and wraps up June 4 in Cincinnati, OH.

Hot Snakes

John Reis and friends are recording tracks at Singing Serpent studio for their first new album since 2004's Audit in Progress.

Hocus

They'll tour northern California, Oregon, and Washington, beginning July 12 in San Francisco and including a July 15 date at Aberdeen, Washington's three-day musical celebration of hometown hero Kurt Cobain.

Jim Ryan Project

Though the longtime local punk veteran recently relocated to Denver, CO, he's working on a new Cardiac Kidz track to be released shortly.

Wavves

They'll promote their new album You're Welcome (due May 19 via the band's own Ghost Ramp label) with a 36-stop North American tour starting on April 21 in Amarillo, and wrapping up on June 6 in Portland.

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