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It is now March. Begrudgingly, the winter is unlocking its jaws and giving way to the thaw.
Co ... More >>
Late last year, a modest billboard along Lincoln Boulevard in Venice started touting the pending residency of saxophonist Azar Lawrence... 50 feet below.
The newly christened RG Club -- a former dive bar located between an AT&T store and a Jewish community center -- opened in November with Lawrenc ... More >>
Friday, September 7
Fresh & Onlys
San Francisco's Fresh & Onlys have always been a formidable little band, but sometimes it seems they get a little squished between local-to-them indie giants like Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees. However, let us tell you -- this new album Long Slow Dance has g ... More >>
Joey DeFrancesco Trio
Pity the poor guys who had to bring that B3 organ and Leslie speaker upstairs. Maybe that's why Joey DeFrancesco gets booked for more than one night. Last night, the New York-based organist, aided by two first-call locals, drummer Ramon Banda and guitarist St ... More >>
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Despite what some may believe, Los Angeles has a rich jazz history. From Central Avenue to Hermosa Beach, early innovators like Hampton Hawes, Charles Mingus and Dexter Gordon honed thei ... More >>
Marcus RothPavement, 1999Pavement's year-long victory lap has been exhilarating for the band and fans alike -- we know people who haven't stopped grinning since Coachella.
But the faithful who have it in the back of their heads that the pride of Stockton might keep the wheels turning and mak ... More >>