Watson 66

Watson 66 (10:45 PM)

Pan AM (9:45 PM)

Matt Cline and the Broken Roses (8:45 PM)

Exit III (7:45 PM)

DJ Nadia (12:00 AM)

Fri, May 27, 2011

7:30 pm

$15.00

This event is all ages

Join us for an entire evening of rock n’ roll at the world famous Troubadour. Featuring killer old school rock n’ roll bands all evening with the debut of the Watson 66 album “Year of the Child” followed by A 70’s Rock in Roll After Party with guest DJ.

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Watson 66 - (Set time: 10:45 PM)
Watson 66
Hailing from St. Louis, this brother and sister fronted band packed up their instruments and moved to Hollywood via Route 66 road to make rock n' roll history. They independently wrote and produced their LP "THE YEAR OF THE CHILD" which is slated for a May 27 release.

Amy starred as "Maureen" in the Tony Award winning musical "Rent" on Broadway in New York while Adam attended Boston's prestigious Berklee College of Music. Catching the eyes and ears of some of Hollywood's biggest names, Watson 66 have mesmerized audiences on the Sunset Strip including the House of Blues, Viper Room, The Derby and many others.

With powerful rock anthems to driving upbeat melodies, Watson 66 embrace life through their music. Influenced by 70's rock they put on a theatrical live show that captivates audiences of all ages. They sing about the joy and sorrow of life and mostly want people to feel they are not alone.
Pan AM - (Set time: 9:45 PM)
Pan AM
Welcome to the group Pan Am The Band. Pan Am is a band from Los Angeles, California. They are: Steven and Gary Lundy, Dan Attanasio and Sammy Perlmutter.
Matt Cline and the Broken Roses - (Set time: 8:45 PM)
Matt Cline and the Broken Roses
Alternative / Country / Rock
Exit III - (Set time: 7:45 PM)
Exit III
I was born in St. Louis, Missouri, already on the road to becoming a musician. My dad played guitar for my mom when she was pregnant with me and they watched as I moved to the music. My dad has always played guitar and growing up he was and still is one of my biggest influences. I started out playing drums when I was eleven, every Friday night I’d jam with my dad and his friends. But I really fell in love for the first time on my thirteenth birthday when my parents bought me a Fender American Standard Stratocaster. My fingers brushed the strings, felt the metal, heard that voice that only guitars have; I was hooked. At fourteen I started going out with my dad to see him play with his ex-band, Blues Daddy. I used to run sound for them on Friday and Saturday nights and then sit in with them on a song or two. One night this guy named Dan said he’d seen me play and that I should check out the open mike night at the Broadway Oyster Bar where The Soulard Blues Band played. I somehow convinced my mom to take me there on a Monday night, we showed up and I got to sit in with them. They’d been together for twenty-three years at that point and were a staple in the downtown St. Louis blues scene; you can imagine how nervous I was to even be on the same stage with them. But the night went well and as everyone was packing up they invited me to return the following Monday, this time for a few more songs. From then on, I was a regular; I played with everyone and anyone who would let me sit in with them. I snuck into bars, jumped fences, peaked through windows, anything to get another taste. Down Town St. Louis University had accepted my application and I got to study under the blues legends of the Muddy Mississippi. Through all of this, I was continually writing my own music. I played on stage and wrote simultaneously, always creating. In 2003 I joined a band called LOJIC with some of my boys from high school. We toured through the Midwest and created quite a following. In 2006 we decided to move to Los Angeles, California and start from scratch. It was an exciting, but daunting challenge. On Friday, July 13, 2007, I branched off for the first time in five years to test out some of my own material. I played my debut show at Molly Malones; a 45 minute set of all original acoustic music, except for a cover of Eric Clapton’s Old Love. It inspired me to keep going and live the dream again. Since my debut show at Molly Malones I have teamed up with an outstanding group of musicians. Stutz Bearcat on bass, Jerry Slattery On acoustic Guitar, and Dan White on the drums. I could not have bought a better group of musicians to play with. So now I can retire the I and start saying we. WE write new music every day and we have booked more shows; the ball is rolling. WE will see you all at the Hollywood Bowl, check our schedule for upcoming shows.
DJ Nadia - (Set time: 12:00 AM)
DJ Nadia
Pop / Alternative / And Beyond...
Venue Information:
Troubadour
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069
http://www.troubadour.com/

All lineups and times subject to change