Thursday, November 19, 2009

Dead Air Trio @ the Arroyo Arts Collective

Reposted from

Dead Air Trio , with Jeremy Keller-Guitar, Dan Clucas-Trumpet, and Brian Christopherson-Drums, will be performing at the space of artist J Michael Walker as part of the Arroyo Arts Collective's annual self-guided tour, the "Recovery Discovery Tour". Tickets for the whole tour must be purchased, the address of the artist's space will be provided at that time. The Dead Air Trio will perform at approximately 2 PM.

The Arroyo Arts Collective/“The Recovery Discovery Tour”
Starts at the Lummis Home
200 E. Avenue 43
Highland Park CA 90031
9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (length of whole event)
$10 provides access to all artist spaces

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Mike Dubin w/ Michael Fortunato & Friends!

This sounds like a great concert coming up on Saturday w/ a great line-up.

Jazz Concert w/Michael Fortunato & Friends!
Mike Dubin drums, Shea Welsh guitar, Evan Calbi bass, DJ Bonebrake (X) vibes, & Michael Fortunato trumpet! W/special guest vocalist Michelle Coltrane!!!

Saturday, Nov. 21st6:30-9:30pm $10.00 donation.

True Yoga in Thousand Oaks!!!
Wine & Refreshments w/a boutique!

3625 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd, #322
Westlake Village, CA 91362

Interviews to come.....

I am going to start holding interviews with musicians based in the Southern California area. I need to start constructing questions and I have a list of people I would like to start with:

Wadada Leo Smith, Vinny Golia, Shin Kawasaki, Ulrich Krieger, Hans Fjellstad, Steuart Liebig, Wayne Peet, GE Stinson, Nels Cline, Mike Watt, Rocco Somazzi, Titus Levi, Jeff Kaiser, Mark Trayle, Jeff Gauthier, David Witham, Bobby Bradford, Michael Sessions, and many, many, more. I would like to interview a lot of the not so well known composers/players as well, but ones who are playing out often and keeping the music fresh. The previous list is just off the top of my head. I would like to dig deeper.

Will start soon maybe have the first up by next month, will have to see how it goes. Need to figure out how to do....I'm a musician not an interviewer. Would like them to be kind of like Anil Prasad's highly successful interviews on his Innerviews site.