Garon “Rocc” Harden evolved from rhyming in the passenger seat of his cousin’s car to releasing “Community Service”, one of the most raw and honest hip-hop records to come out of Long Beach in recent memory.
Release the Bats became Long Beach’s longest continually running club night and the most popular death-rock/goth event in Southern California. This Friday’s anniversary celebration will mark the club’s final show.
The first thing you notice is the last thing you can forget, and that’s his voice, an amalgam of vocals that would get booted in the opening round of “American Idol,” ... Tom Waits, of course, and Pops...
byAsia MorrisinArts & Culture, Music
Long Beach Opera’s new Executive Director and CEO considers herself an opera ambassador, and coming from a two-decade operatic career as a soloist, she strongly believes in the power of musical storytelling.
byStephanie RiverainImmigration, Music
A group of local musicians are coming together Sunday, Oct. 14 to host a concert at an east Long Beach bar benefiting immigrant children who were separated from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Despite no longer being the owner of Amplify, Brooks will continue to be the main man when it comes to Billboard's coverage of the business of touring, concert and festival coverage as a senior correspondent.
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