On a Friday evening on September 11 of 1998, little did DJ Rodi Delgadillo and Dennis Owens know that they would create a Long Beach legend by way of their inaugural, every-3rd-Friday club night known as The Good Foot. Now, the audiophile pair will be celebrating Good Foot’s 16th anniversary this Friday at Alex’s Bar.
With the sun hardly dimming down its heat rays these past few days, the last thing people want to do is stay inside a room along with other strangers and without proper air conditioning. Last night was clearly the exception with roughly 40 to 50 people in attendance at Fingerprints' makeshift venue for a homecoming gig with Long Beach native Avi Buffalo.
If you can't wait to get a little taste of what the Folk Revival Festival will be bringing to Long Beach on September 27, head on over to Fingerprints tonight at 6:30PM to hear the Los Angeles-based roots duo Skin & Bones and Nashville-born Americana band Creekwood play just a small sample of their tunes.
When The Potential Lunatics played their first live show at Bixby Knoll's First Fridays, Isaac Simons-Araya (drums) was too short to be seen behind his drum set. Nearly six years later the Long Beach brother/sister duo Emma (guitar/vocals) and Isaac has evolved into a tight-knit band that sings about feminism, love and adolescent experience.