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Damigo, Lovers of Endoxi, and Facebook Fill Belly Up

Local favorites Josh Damigo and Endoxi rocked the Belly Up Tavern's Facebook party. The performers were selected by fans on Belly Up's Facebook page. Josh, a 2010 San Diego Music Award recipient who recently moved to West Hollywood, opened the show with a holiday standard and then launched into some of his better-known songs, such as “Pocket Change” and “Crazy.” His band joined him onstage halfway through new song “L.A. Is Not My Home.” Josh and his band finished their set with Damigo’s homage to older women, “The Cougar Song.”

Endoxi took the stage with a rousing rendition of a Trans Siberian Orchestra holiday medley and then proceeded to rock the Santa-hat-wearing crowd of Endoxi fans known as “Lovers of Endoxi.” It's easy to see why the quartet has such a loyal following. They are a band that is best experienced live. Saxophones, keyboards, and the sometimes-acrobatic guitar playing of lead singer-guitarist Chris Wilson make for a show that’s as much fun to watch as it is to hear. Endoxi finished the show with Wilson and sax player Joe Cardillo jumping into the crowd playing the song especially written for the Lovers of Endoxi. Santa joined the band onstage and proceeded to dance and play air guitar as the crowd danced and sang along.

  • Concert: Endoxi and Josh Damigo
  • Date: December 22
  • Venue: Belly Up Tavern
  • Seats: Floor
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Local favorites Josh Damigo and Endoxi rocked the Belly Up Tavern's Facebook party. The performers were selected by fans on Belly Up's Facebook page. Josh, a 2010 San Diego Music Award recipient who recently moved to West Hollywood, opened the show with a holiday standard and then launched into some of his better-known songs, such as “Pocket Change” and “Crazy.” His band joined him onstage halfway through new song “L.A. Is Not My Home.” Josh and his band finished their set with Damigo’s homage to older women, “The Cougar Song.”

Endoxi took the stage with a rousing rendition of a Trans Siberian Orchestra holiday medley and then proceeded to rock the Santa-hat-wearing crowd of Endoxi fans known as “Lovers of Endoxi.” It's easy to see why the quartet has such a loyal following. They are a band that is best experienced live. Saxophones, keyboards, and the sometimes-acrobatic guitar playing of lead singer-guitarist Chris Wilson make for a show that’s as much fun to watch as it is to hear. Endoxi finished the show with Wilson and sax player Joe Cardillo jumping into the crowd playing the song especially written for the Lovers of Endoxi. Santa joined the band onstage and proceeded to dance and play air guitar as the crowd danced and sang along.

  • Concert: Endoxi and Josh Damigo
  • Date: December 22
  • Venue: Belly Up Tavern
  • Seats: Floor
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