AFTER (9:30 PM)

Black Vinyl (8:00 PM)

Halfway Decent (7:15 PM)

Mike Dawson (6:30 PM)

Rooftop Revolutionaries (10:15 PM)

The Shotgun Break (8:45 PM)

Sun, November 6, 2011

6:00 pm

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

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AFTER - (Set time: 9:30 PM)
Black Vinyl - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
Black Vinyl
Black Vinyl is a young LA Rock band that is catching the attention of industry professionals. Their debut at The Whisky A Go Go on July 22 created a buzz on the Sunset Strip that lead to an invite to perform at The Key Club and The Sunset Street Festival.
Fronted by vocalist Dylan Nash with Dillon Brown/Lead Guitar, Joe Scolari/Guitar, Eric Olsen/bass and Nick Baker on Drums. Members of Black Vinyl have performed with several Grammy nominated and world touring artists. Black Vinyl will be performing at various festivals this summer including The Sunset Street Festival
Black Vinyl is currently being developed by Kim Stephens of Forward Entertainment.
Halfway Decent - (Set time: 7:15 PM)
Halfway Decent
Ryan, Sean, Joe, and Jordan all come from different backgrounds. They all are all SO CAL boys and it seems to make for a unique sound. You can catch them at various So Cal venues.
Mike Dawson - (Set time: 6:30 PM)
Rooftop Revolutionaries - (Set time: 10:15 PM)
Rooftop Revolutionaries
Born from the political group of the same name - A social/political cure for the cookie cutter chic. A little bit of a lot melded together over a hard rock base. Apathy is a cancer that kills the soul - our goal is to cure that through music and art. Who wouldn't rather rock out than watch the news? Rooftop Revolutionaries bring visual art and music together, with VJ Chris and band members Eleanor, Brian and Lamar. Enjoy.
The Shotgun Break - (Set time: 8:45 PM)
The Shotgun Break
The Shotgun Break began in 2010 as the brainchild of songwriter Scooter Burbank. Scooter had a simple idea -- he wanted to play stripped down rock and roll. Unfortunately, all of his once-awesome musician friends were now old and bored and married and settled and didn't want to play with him. They had laundry to do and asses to kiss. He thus bit the proverbial bullet and took out an ad in craigslist for a "drummer that wants to do something different." He was thrilled to receive a response from drummer extraordinaire Alejandra Arellano. The two of them practiced as a duo for many months, honing their craft and building up their musical chemistry to the point that they thought it an act of cruel criminality to deprive the LA lovelies of something as fresh and beautiful as this musical rose into which they were blooming. It was at this time that they began to look in earnest for a bass player. And, as things happen, Scooter remembered that one of his friends was still young and awesome and unmarried and unsettled and a kick-ass musician to boot. Unfortunately, that guy had moved to Thailand in the intervening years to become an elephant taxi. However, his other friend Matt Chambers took up the challenge and became the third pillar in this power trio. And thus the band was born. The Shotgun Break are currently busy working on new material, playing in various venues around town and will soon be doing some more recording.
Venue Information:
9081 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90069

All lineups and times subject to change