Entries for September 2013

  • Polish Avant-Garde Band to Perform Local House Concert

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    The Janusz Prusinowski Trio (Direct From Poland) are playing a very special & intimate House Concert complete with folk dancing and three (3) performance sets, at an exotic location in Rancho Santa Fe on Saturday, October 5th, from 7PM-11PM. Admission donation is $20 cash at the door. The Janusz Prusinowski Trio is a group of musicians who follow […]

  • Blackout Party to Record in Zac Brown-owned Nashville Studio

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    Brian Holwerda and his SDMA-nominated band Blackout Party are hitting the road in October, only not for a tour. This particular journey has one goal and one destination in sight: recording a new album at Nashville’s Southern Ground studio, owned by alt-country superstar Zac Brown. Needless to say, Holwerda is very excited about the opportunity. […]

  • Natasha Kozaily Serenes San Diego

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    The magic of an island girl’s voice using a blend of middle eastern influence and caribbean sounds is enough to keep anyone salivating. A Cayman Island native, Natasha Kozaily is set to release her next album, Serenading Renegades, in just a few weeks. Her appearance on the San Diego scene just a few years ago […]

  • San Diego Music Thing – September 13 & 14

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    With 150 bands on 16 stages and over 20 music workshops, every music lover or musician is bound  to be entertained or informed at the 6th Annual San Diego Music Thing this Friday & Saturday. About San Diego Music Thing: Formerly called the North Park Music Thing, this event is an annual 2-day music and […]

  • BellyUp to Support Local Music tonight with The Homegrown Hour

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    Local music promoter Cathryn Beeks is at it again, folks, working tirelessly to find a space for local music in San Diego. Tonight’s event is an important one – she is hosting KPRI’s The Homegrown Hour live at BellyUp Tavern in Solana Beach (7pm – $10). Why is it so important, you may ask? Here’s […]

  • RICK DIAZ: Americana

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    Rick Diaz recorded Americana some time back, a five-track EP of original songs that the Lake Tahoe musician recorded in LA and Spragueland studios in Encinitas with some good studio musicians (Tripp and Peter Sprague, Duncan Moore, and many others). Diaz’ music here is slick pop; it’s a stretch to call it “Americana,” since much […]

  • September 2013 Calendar

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  • Nothing New Under The Sun: The Eternal Life of Jeff Buckley

    For never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo. Ah, there is nothing quite so romantic (nor as great a career move) as that of the premature, untimely death of an artist. With countless examples of this phenomenon in our youth-obsessed culture (James Dean, Buddy Holly, et al) the […]

  • All That Jazz…

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    Hello Troubadourians! When I started this column some 20 months ago, my stated purpose; “…is to provide a forum for performing musicians – and musicians who want to become performing musicians – where they can ask questions about equipment, stagecraft, gear purchases, or just about anything else that they might want to know about as […]

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