Dryw Keltz 10 a.m., Sept. 19
Robert Vaughn & the Shadows
Robert Vaughn: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric), Vocals | Anthony DaLuz: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric) | Doug Boone: Bass guitar | John Nau: Piano | Steve Kocherhans: Keyboards, Saxophone | Greg LaRocco: Drums
RIYL: RV & The Hubcaps, New Presidents, Gloryhouse
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Point Loma's Robert Vaughn founded an all original band called RV & The Hubcaps in the early 1980s, later fronting New Presidents and Gloryhouse. By the time he became an Island Records recording artist with Robert Vaughn & the Shadows, he had shifted into more of a folk rock-Americana sound.
27 years-old in 1987, Vaughn signed to U2's label Island Records, who released the debut Shadoes album Love and War, produced by T.J. Tindall (Robert Palmer, Michael Jackson) and engineered by Eric Calvi (George Benson, Cameo). The album was recorded at Western Audio in San Diego and engineered and remixed in New York.
- Love and War