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ThemGuns

National Anthem (11:20 PM)

Daisy (9:40 PM)

Ken Sharp (8:50 PM)

Magni5 (8:00 PM)

Fri, September 2, 2016

7:30 pm

15.00

This event is all ages

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National Anthem - (Set time: 11:20 PM)
National Anthem
National Anthem is a rock n roll band for the people. Their music has something for everyone: thunderous drums, catchy guitar riffs, classic organ tones, groovy bass lines, and big choruses. National Anthem have been compared to the Black Keys, Led Zeppelin, the Doors, and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. No matter what other people think National Anthem may sound like, give them a listen for yourself and one thing will be sure, you'll want to listen again.

Tad Jacobs: Vocals/Guitars
Curtis Roach: Bass
Jeffrey Howell: Keys
Bobby Alt: Drums
Photo by Dayne Ashbaugh
Daisy - (Set time: 9:40 PM)
Daisy
SWEET JAMS AND SWEET HAMS
JAZZ - SURF - SOUL
FOUR LOS ANGELES LOCALS WHO LOVE PLAYING THE MUSICS & EATING GRILLED CHEESE
DAISY & ALEX & MAXX & JAMES
Ken Sharp - (Set time: 8:50 PM)
Initially a music journalist and power pop historian, Ken Sharp began recording his own accomplished albums as well, the whole package making him an underappreciated pacesetter of the '90s pop underground movement. A resident of Philadelphia, Sharp was already an accomplished writer and interviewer when his 1993 book Overnight Sensation: The Story of the Raspberries made his name as the foremost chronicler of the power pop legends' career. In 1994, after almost a decade and a half of writing classic-styled power pop tunes, Sharp recorded his first album, 1301 Highland Avenue, for the Japanese imprint M&M; though it received favorable reviews, its U.S. availability was limited at best. Without the money to record a follow-up, Sharp returned to journalism, co-authoring books on the Beatles, Kiss, and Cheap Trick; in 1997, along with Doug Sulpy, he also published Power Pop! Conversations with the Power Pop Elite, the first comprehensive survey of the movement's most important groups (28 in all). Finally, Sharp was able to land a deal with Not Lame, the premier pop underground label; his second album, Happy Accidents, was released in 2000, once again to highly complimentary reviews.
Magni5 - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Magni5
This is Magni5, one of the best teen bands you will ever see. They are a diverse and remarkably talented group of teenagers from Santa Clarita, CA. The kids have been together 3 1/2 years, and have graduated from playing the local pizza parlor as 11 year old beginners, to playing headlining gigs at Universal City Walk, The Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood, and most recently The Whisky a GoGo, where they made their very first appearance on the Sunset Strip opening for iconic 80s band Missing Persons. Other recent events include Money and Maserati with 955 KLOS, Children's Hospital at Elysian Park and CSSSA at California Institute of the Arts. The Magni5 band members are vocal advocates for the autism community, and will be are appearing at the 11th Annual Denim, Diamonds and Stars for Autism honoring Grammy nominee and R&B powerhouse Brian McKnight.
Venue Information:
Troubadour
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
http://www.troubadour.com/

All lineups and times subject to change