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Ed Kornhauser, Peter Sprague, Stepping Feet, The Thieves About, Benches

The music of Carole King and more in La Jolla, Carlsbad, Little Italy

Ed Kornhauser at Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center April 19
Ed Kornhauser at Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center April 19
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The Music of Carole King and more in La Jolla, Carlsbad, & Little Italy.


San Diego-based pianist Ed Kornhauser holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from San Diego State University. His debut album The Short Years won Best Jazz Album at the San Diego Music Awards. Kornhauser also won Best Jazz at the SDMAs in 2022 and 2023. He’ll be performing as part of this year’s Jazz Piano Mini Festival.

So Far Away: Peter Sprague Plays Carole King at Museum of Making Music April 19

San Diego-based guitarist, composer and producer Peter Sprague was eight when his family moved from Cleveland to Del Mar, where surfing and music became, as he puts it, his “life and religion.” For this Carlsbad event. Sprague will perform the music of Carole King backed by Beth Ross Buckley on flute, Pamela Pendrell on vocals, Tripp Sprague on sax and flute, Danny Green on piano, Mack Leighton on bass, and Duncan Moore on drums.

Stepping Feet at Music Box April 21

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The Dave Matthews tribute band Stepping Feet is fronted by singer/guitarist Mike Myrdal, who also performs around town as a solo acoustic singer-songwriter. The group was nominated Best Tribute Band at the 2008 San Diego Music Awards and has gone on to become one of San Diego’s longest-lived tribute acts.

The Thieves About at the Casbah April 23

Based in Encinitas, The Thieves About are fronted by singer/guitarist J Scott Gavin, who moved to Encinitas in 2012, after spending time in Phoenix, Arizona, and playing Big Red, the mascot for the Arizona Cardinals, for around a dozen years. The band released their EP A Joyful Terrorizing Ride in 2021. The bill includes 12 Gauge Trixie and The Reckless.

Benches at Music Box April 28

IDKHOW is currently on tour with a local band formerly known as Ignant Benches, founded in 2014 by Chula Vista 8th graders who wanted to play that year’s school talent show. Now known as Benches, their new single “Naive” is the band’s first release in over a year, preceding an EP being released just as the tour hits Little Italy this week.

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Ed Kornhauser at Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center April 19
Ed Kornhauser at Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center April 19
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The Music of Carole King and more in La Jolla, Carlsbad, & Little Italy.


San Diego-based pianist Ed Kornhauser holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies from San Diego State University. His debut album The Short Years won Best Jazz Album at the San Diego Music Awards. Kornhauser also won Best Jazz at the SDMAs in 2022 and 2023. He’ll be performing as part of this year’s Jazz Piano Mini Festival.

So Far Away: Peter Sprague Plays Carole King at Museum of Making Music April 19

San Diego-based guitarist, composer and producer Peter Sprague was eight when his family moved from Cleveland to Del Mar, where surfing and music became, as he puts it, his “life and religion.” For this Carlsbad event. Sprague will perform the music of Carole King backed by Beth Ross Buckley on flute, Pamela Pendrell on vocals, Tripp Sprague on sax and flute, Danny Green on piano, Mack Leighton on bass, and Duncan Moore on drums.

Stepping Feet at Music Box April 21

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The Dave Matthews tribute band Stepping Feet is fronted by singer/guitarist Mike Myrdal, who also performs around town as a solo acoustic singer-songwriter. The group was nominated Best Tribute Band at the 2008 San Diego Music Awards and has gone on to become one of San Diego’s longest-lived tribute acts.

The Thieves About at the Casbah April 23

Based in Encinitas, The Thieves About are fronted by singer/guitarist J Scott Gavin, who moved to Encinitas in 2012, after spending time in Phoenix, Arizona, and playing Big Red, the mascot for the Arizona Cardinals, for around a dozen years. The band released their EP A Joyful Terrorizing Ride in 2021. The bill includes 12 Gauge Trixie and The Reckless.

Benches at Music Box April 28

IDKHOW is currently on tour with a local band formerly known as Ignant Benches, founded in 2014 by Chula Vista 8th graders who wanted to play that year’s school talent show. Now known as Benches, their new single “Naive” is the band’s first release in over a year, preceding an EP being released just as the tour hits Little Italy this week.

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