Belly Up Tavern
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When we started Trampled by Turtles, all we wanted to do was play music with acoustic instruments as a break from our rock bands. We learned old fiddle songs, traditional folk songs, bluegrass songs, and what few original songs we had, followed those formulas....
MarchFourth is a date, a command, and a large band poised to take on the world. How do you define the experience of a MarchFourth show? What kind of images emerge when you listen to their eponymous 9-song debut disc? Imagine Duke Ellington meets Sgt Pepper in an international big-top Fantasia evoking a familial community reminicent of the Grateful Dead....
Arizona-bred singer/songwriter Roger Clyne first made a name for himself while fronting the Refreshments during the post-grunge heyday of the '90s. "Banditos" was the quartet's biggest hit, an invitingly cheeky pop anthem that splashed the group's Southwestern-tinged music across mainstream and college radio during the summer of 1996....
Few people were surprised when Stephen Marley's long awaited debut solo album "Mind Control" (Tuff Gong/Ghetto Youths/Universal Republic) premiered at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Album chart in March 2007; after all, the singing, songwriting and production excellence Stephen had brought to other Marley family projects over the years, including younger brother Damian's two Grammy Award winning albums, practically guaranteed "Mind Control" would be a remarkable effort....
New Zealand's Katchafire began as a Bob Marley covers band named after Catch a Fire, the debut album by the Wailers. They found success with their own songs, however, creating their own brand of sunny ska and reggae....
One of the major Southern rock bands of the '70s, the Marshall Tucker Band was formed in Spartanburg, SC, in 1971 by singer Doug Gray, guitarist Toy Caldwell (born 1948, died February 25, 1993), his brother bassist Tommy Caldwell (born 1950, died April 4, 1980), guitarist George McCorkle, drummer Paul Riddle, and reed player Jerry Eubanks....
One of the first bands to take the “Jawaiian” sound to the world, Honolulu’s the Green are a reggae four-piece whose self-titled debut album was voted Best Reggae Album of 2010 by the users of iTunes. After cousins Caleb Keolanui and JP Kennedy put their previous band, Next Generation, to rest, they recruited Ikaika Antone and Zion Thompson to form the Green....
A country music legend; he epitomized the drifter/loner persona and is considered perhaps the genre's greatest songwriter. ~ Rovi
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The Wings of Freedom Tour
at Ramona AirportFri 4/25 9:00a
$15 Winter/Spring Gray Whale Watching Cruise Special
at California Whale Watching-Newport LandingFri 4/25 10:00a
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|04/27||8:00 pm||Trampled by Turtles|
|8:00 pm||OAR-Of A Revolution|
|8:00 pm||OAR-Of A Revolution|
|04/30||8:00 pm||Michael Nesmith|
|05/02||8:00 pm||Tokyo Police Club|
|05/04||9:00 pm||Diego's Umbrella Live In San Diego With March Fourth Marching Band!|
|05/05||8:00 pm||Mariachi El Bronx|
|05/08||8:00 pm||Old 97s|
|05/09||9:00 pm||Johnny Clegg Band|
|05/10||9:00 pm||Roger Clyne|
|05/11||8:00 pm||Steel Pulse|
|05/14||9:00 pm||Stephen Marley|
|05/17||8:00 pm||Delta Nove|
|05/22||9:00 pm||Marshall Tucker Band|
|05/23||9:15 pm||The Chris Robinson Brotherhood|
|05/27||7:00 pm||Stephen Stills|
|05/28||7:00 pm||Stephen Stills|