The 10th anniversary of Buskerfest brought some of the city’s most talented, undiscovered musicians out of the woodwork to win over the hearts of eager show goers.
The Latin funk, and rhythm and blues band Low Rider Band headlined the two-day New Blues Festival at El Dorado Park on Saturday.
As Devil Season, Nate Jackson’s soulful vocal chops take center stage, doubly so with the affected delays and harmonies that weave a dark, dreamlike labyrinth of angst, emotive false-settos and declarative hooks.
Today is Women’s Equality Day, and what better way to celebrate women’s suffrage than announce that this Friday it’s all about the Femme Fatale up front.
The sounds of Björk and classic 1980s pop and rock will fill the streets of Downtown Long Beach this Thursday at the Downtown Long Beach Associates’ (DLBA) Live After Five event, featuring tribute bands in a range of genres.
The 10th annual Freestyle Festival at Queen Mary Park will feature musical acts from the ’80s and ’90s.
The free concert will take place March 15 at 4:00PM at Covenant Presbyterian Church.
Tallulah Kidd—best known in Long Beach as the dead violinist at the Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor—will play her first solo show, highlighting her improvisational violin talent, at Viento Y Agua later this month.
The Bunny Gang, fronted by Celtic punk icons Flogging Molly’s Nathen Maxwell, performed songs from its debut album “Thrive” on Wednesday at Fingerprints.
The Bunny Gang, featuring Nathen Maxwell of Flogging Molly, will perform at Fingerprints on Wednesday.