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Multiple National fiddle championship titles

Lecx Stacy, Alex DePue, Will Clausen, Rob Stone, Stone Temple Pilots

Lecx Stacy
Lecx Stacy

Filipino-American producer/artist Lecx Stacy spent his early childhood in Chula Vista and grew up in Mira Mesa. The local scene helped shape his musical tastes, as he hung out at venues such as the Che Cafe on UCSD’s campus, the long-gone Safe House in Escondido, and house party concerts around National City. Among the local talents and collaborators he cites as influences are Aeon Break, Brandon Watson, Redford, Ghostdad, Magoon, Dane Amar, Pudre, and God Body Mondi. In L.A., he’s worked with Jean Dawson, Deb Never, and many others in the city’s anti-pop scene. Stacy’s new single “Crying with the Ghosts,” released during Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, documents his view on culture and how Spanish colonization of his native country created racism and classism. The single, which features guests Aeon Break and Jessica Winter, concerns guerilla warfare from the perspective of a Filipino soldier fighting colonial forces. It precedes his debut album Bundok. “Bundok” means mountainous region in Tagalog, which ended up being mis-translated to Boondocks after Americans returned home from their county’s own military occupation in the Philippines.

Alex DePue
Will Clausen
Rob Stone
Stone Temple Pilots

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

Videographer and songwriter Will Clausen has released over a dozen solo and band albums with a variety of groups, including the Naked Picasso’s and a French group called Sky of Change. He’s played and written with many notables including members of Survivor and Redbone, and he’s a permanent “silver membership” lifetime guest of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, thanks to his work on publications like a Silver Surfer Annual and his own comic book line Liquid Star Comics. The video for his new single “The Sea” resulted from taking classes that required him to shoot film footage of San Diego beaches. “I just graduated motion graphics and video production. I took the class because digital design was full and I needed to make some videos for my songs. It was filmed in Ocean Beach where all the lovers past have carved their initials in the sand stone. I was reminiscing about carving the now-faded names of a relationship gone to the past and wondering how many couples survived the test of time. I was one of those who carved his name out there about five or six years ago. Our love got washed out to sea, never to return.”

Lemon Grove rapper Rob Stone came up as a member of the 1207 hip-hop collective. After a brief time living in Atlanta, he returned to San Diego and released his debut mixtape Straight Bummin’ in 2015, along with his first video for the track “Nachos.” Stone scored a hit single in 2016 with “Chill Bill,” inspired by and featuring samples from the film Kill Bill. Said to have been written in the back of a police car, the song reached number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as scoring millions of plays on Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube. A remix featured rappers D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry, and Cousin Stizz. Earlier this year, he released a new 7-song EP, Solitaire Stone, and an album called Bonafide, with a single for “Fantasy” produced by Big Jerm and Jay Card that came with a video shot at various hangouts around San Diego. His new Padres-inspired single “All 9 Innings,” produced by Richie Louie, was broadcast at Petco Park with the rapper in attendance. “I had the time of my life with my pops,” he posted on Instagram. “[He] couldn’t have experienced his first MLB game any more epic than this!”

Last year, the current version of occasionally local alt-rock heroes Stone Temple Pilots released Perdida, their second studio album with newest singer Jeff Gutt (of TV’s X Factor) fronting the band, following a 2018 self-titled record. STP will be featured on the limited weekly AXS TV concert series Long Live The 90s, which debuted May 9 with Pearl Jam’s “Let’s Play Two” concert documenting a two-night 2016 gig at Wrigley Field. The STP episode, airing this week on Sunday, May 23, was filmed at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre and includes 1990s grunge staples such as “Plush,” “Between the Lines,” and “Creep.” The series hosted by Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale will also feature Garbage in Denver, Jane’s Addiction in New York City, Rage Against the Machine at Finsbury Park UK, the Black Crowes in Mississippi, and closing out the run on June 27 will be Soundgarden at L.A.’s Wiltern Theatre.

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

Videographer and songwriter Will Clausen has released over a dozen solo and band albums with a variety of groups, including the Naked Picasso’s and a French group called Sky of Change. He’s played and written with many notables including members of Survivor and Redbone, and he’s a permanent “silver membership” lifetime guest of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, thanks to his work on publications like a Silver Surfer Annual and his own comic book line Liquid Star Comics. The video for his new single “The Sea” resulted from taking classes that required him to shoot film footage of San Diego beaches. “I just graduated motion graphics and video production. I took the class because digital design was full and I needed to make some videos for my songs. It was filmed in Ocean Beach where all the lovers past have carved their initials in the sand stone. I was reminiscing about carving the now-faded names of a relationship gone to the past and wondering how many couples survived the test of time. I was one of those who carved his name out there about five or six years ago. Our love got washed out to sea, never to return.”

Lemon Grove rapper Rob Stone came up as a member of the 1207 hip-hop collective. After a brief time living in Atlanta, he returned to San Diego and released his debut mixtape Straight Bummin’ in 2015, along with his first video for the track “Nachos.” Stone scored a hit single in 2016 with “Chill Bill,” inspired by and featuring samples from the film Kill Bill. Said to have been written in the back of a police car, the song reached number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as scoring millions of plays on Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube. A remix featured rappers D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry, and Cousin Stizz. Earlier this year, he released a new 7-song EP, Solitaire Stone, and an album called Bonafide, with a single for “Fantasy” produced by Big Jerm and Jay Card that came with a video shot at various hangouts around San Diego. His new Padres-inspired single “All 9 Innings,” produced by Richie Louie, was broadcast at Petco Park with the rapper in attendance. “I had the time of my life with my pops,” he posted on Instagram. “[He] couldn’t have experienced his first MLB game any more epic than this!”

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

Videographer and songwriter Will Clausen has released over a dozen solo and band albums with a variety of groups, including the Naked Picasso’s and a French group called Sky of Change. He’s played and written with many notables including members of Survivor and Redbone, and he’s a permanent “silver membership” lifetime guest of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, thanks to his work on publications like a Silver Surfer Annual and his own comic book line Liquid Star Comics. The video for his new single “The Sea” resulted from taking classes that required him to shoot film footage of San Diego beaches. “I just graduated motion graphics and video production. I took the class because digital design was full and I needed to make some videos for my songs. It was filmed in Ocean Beach where all the lovers past have carved their initials in the sand stone. I was reminiscing about carving the now-faded names of a relationship gone to the past and wondering how many couples survived the test of time. I was one of those who carved his name out there about five or six years ago. Our love got washed out to sea, never to return.”

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

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Lecx Stacy
Lecx Stacy

Filipino-American producer/artist Lecx Stacy spent his early childhood in Chula Vista and grew up in Mira Mesa. The local scene helped shape his musical tastes, as he hung out at venues such as the Che Cafe on UCSD’s campus, the long-gone Safe House in Escondido, and house party concerts around National City. Among the local talents and collaborators he cites as influences are Aeon Break, Brandon Watson, Redford, Ghostdad, Magoon, Dane Amar, Pudre, and God Body Mondi. In L.A., he’s worked with Jean Dawson, Deb Never, and many others in the city’s anti-pop scene. Stacy’s new single “Crying with the Ghosts,” released during Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, documents his view on culture and how Spanish colonization of his native country created racism and classism. The single, which features guests Aeon Break and Jessica Winter, concerns guerilla warfare from the perspective of a Filipino soldier fighting colonial forces. It precedes his debut album Bundok. “Bundok” means mountainous region in Tagalog, which ended up being mis-translated to Boondocks after Americans returned home from their county’s own military occupation in the Philippines.

Alex DePue
Will Clausen
Rob Stone
Stone Temple Pilots

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

Videographer and songwriter Will Clausen has released over a dozen solo and band albums with a variety of groups, including the Naked Picasso’s and a French group called Sky of Change. He’s played and written with many notables including members of Survivor and Redbone, and he’s a permanent “silver membership” lifetime guest of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, thanks to his work on publications like a Silver Surfer Annual and his own comic book line Liquid Star Comics. The video for his new single “The Sea” resulted from taking classes that required him to shoot film footage of San Diego beaches. “I just graduated motion graphics and video production. I took the class because digital design was full and I needed to make some videos for my songs. It was filmed in Ocean Beach where all the lovers past have carved their initials in the sand stone. I was reminiscing about carving the now-faded names of a relationship gone to the past and wondering how many couples survived the test of time. I was one of those who carved his name out there about five or six years ago. Our love got washed out to sea, never to return.”

Lemon Grove rapper Rob Stone came up as a member of the 1207 hip-hop collective. After a brief time living in Atlanta, he returned to San Diego and released his debut mixtape Straight Bummin’ in 2015, along with his first video for the track “Nachos.” Stone scored a hit single in 2016 with “Chill Bill,” inspired by and featuring samples from the film Kill Bill. Said to have been written in the back of a police car, the song reached number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as scoring millions of plays on Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube. A remix featured rappers D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry, and Cousin Stizz. Earlier this year, he released a new 7-song EP, Solitaire Stone, and an album called Bonafide, with a single for “Fantasy” produced by Big Jerm and Jay Card that came with a video shot at various hangouts around San Diego. His new Padres-inspired single “All 9 Innings,” produced by Richie Louie, was broadcast at Petco Park with the rapper in attendance. “I had the time of my life with my pops,” he posted on Instagram. “[He] couldn’t have experienced his first MLB game any more epic than this!”

Last year, the current version of occasionally local alt-rock heroes Stone Temple Pilots released Perdida, their second studio album with newest singer Jeff Gutt (of TV’s X Factor) fronting the band, following a 2018 self-titled record. STP will be featured on the limited weekly AXS TV concert series Long Live The 90s, which debuted May 9 with Pearl Jam’s “Let’s Play Two” concert documenting a two-night 2016 gig at Wrigley Field. The STP episode, airing this week on Sunday, May 23, was filmed at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre and includes 1990s grunge staples such as “Plush,” “Between the Lines,” and “Creep.” The series hosted by Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale will also feature Garbage in Denver, Jane’s Addiction in New York City, Rage Against the Machine at Finsbury Park UK, the Black Crowes in Mississippi, and closing out the run on June 27 will be Soundgarden at L.A.’s Wiltern Theatre.

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

Videographer and songwriter Will Clausen has released over a dozen solo and band albums with a variety of groups, including the Naked Picasso’s and a French group called Sky of Change. He’s played and written with many notables including members of Survivor and Redbone, and he’s a permanent “silver membership” lifetime guest of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, thanks to his work on publications like a Silver Surfer Annual and his own comic book line Liquid Star Comics. The video for his new single “The Sea” resulted from taking classes that required him to shoot film footage of San Diego beaches. “I just graduated motion graphics and video production. I took the class because digital design was full and I needed to make some videos for my songs. It was filmed in Ocean Beach where all the lovers past have carved their initials in the sand stone. I was reminiscing about carving the now-faded names of a relationship gone to the past and wondering how many couples survived the test of time. I was one of those who carved his name out there about five or six years ago. Our love got washed out to sea, never to return.”

Lemon Grove rapper Rob Stone came up as a member of the 1207 hip-hop collective. After a brief time living in Atlanta, he returned to San Diego and released his debut mixtape Straight Bummin’ in 2015, along with his first video for the track “Nachos.” Stone scored a hit single in 2016 with “Chill Bill,” inspired by and featuring samples from the film Kill Bill. Said to have been written in the back of a police car, the song reached number 29 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as scoring millions of plays on Spotify, SoundCloud, and YouTube. A remix featured rappers D.R.A.M., Denzel Curry, and Cousin Stizz. Earlier this year, he released a new 7-song EP, Solitaire Stone, and an album called Bonafide, with a single for “Fantasy” produced by Big Jerm and Jay Card that came with a video shot at various hangouts around San Diego. His new Padres-inspired single “All 9 Innings,” produced by Richie Louie, was broadcast at Petco Park with the rapper in attendance. “I had the time of my life with my pops,” he posted on Instagram. “[He] couldn’t have experienced his first MLB game any more epic than this!”

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

Videographer and songwriter Will Clausen has released over a dozen solo and band albums with a variety of groups, including the Naked Picasso’s and a French group called Sky of Change. He’s played and written with many notables including members of Survivor and Redbone, and he’s a permanent “silver membership” lifetime guest of San Diego’s Comic-Con International, thanks to his work on publications like a Silver Surfer Annual and his own comic book line Liquid Star Comics. The video for his new single “The Sea” resulted from taking classes that required him to shoot film footage of San Diego beaches. “I just graduated motion graphics and video production. I took the class because digital design was full and I needed to make some videos for my songs. It was filmed in Ocean Beach where all the lovers past have carved their initials in the sand stone. I was reminiscing about carving the now-faded names of a relationship gone to the past and wondering how many couples survived the test of time. I was one of those who carved his name out there about five or six years ago. Our love got washed out to sea, never to return.”

Stunt guitarist Steve Vai caught violinist Alex DePue's YouTube video featuring DePue’s arrangement of a Yes tune, “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” which had over a half million views, and auditioned the classically trained player, resulting in collaboration dating back now to 2007. He’s also toured with Miguel De Hoyos, Joe Satriani, and others, and has multiple National fiddle championship titles under his belt, including the 2010 Judges Award and the 2011 Audience Award. He began studying classical violin at age five, won his first competition at age 10, and performed in NYC’s Carnegie Hall when he was 14. Alex and his brothers Wallace, Jason, and Zachary, also play together in the DePue Brothers Band, which has released several albums and recorded for NFL Films. With singer and multi-instrumentalist Rhonda Vincent, who played on his track “The Queen of Bluegrass,” he shot a music video in Nashville, and his YouTube channel featuring videos of him covering bands like Journey and even Disney soundtracks has earned millions of views. DePue recently launched new 90-minute podcast series, The Fiddler’s Forum, centered on violinists, fiddlers, and musicians, currently running on Facebook and coming soon to Apple Music and Spotify.

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