Whether writing rap or R&B, the Poly High grad has always kept his music grounded in what he’s going through, and right now, that’s being madly in love with his fiancee.
Tickets are on sale now for the three-day music festival that runs Aug. 12-14 at Rainbow Lagoon Park in Downtown.
Like his previous projects, the new album from Long Beach native and Poly alum Giveon is dripping in beauty and pain.
“Everywhere I look there’s something gone,” said musician Robbie Allen, who’s performed with Cowboy and Indian about 30 times at the Prospector.
DJ HAMX’s mission is simple: Make the arena feel like one big party.
Royal Machines perform covers of rock classics as well as songs from the members’ own bands, often bringing special guests up to the stage.
The “Cali-Vibes 2022” festival is scheduled to run Feb. 4-6 at Marina Green Park located just east of Shoreline Village.
The North Long Beach rapper’s career hit a new peak over the last two months following the release of his album, “The Corner Store.”
The performance will be Vince Neil’s second trip to the race’s concert stage. He performed here in 2015.
Huey Briss and his newest single, “Grace Park Legend,” are products of the old-as-time saying that Long Beach is a melting pot of cultures.