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ZZ Ward wraps up The Storm tour on a sea of love in LA

Pure, unconditional love.  That is the only way to describe the sold-out crowd at the last concert of ZZ Ward’s Storm Tour in the Fonda Theater Thursday night.  Many of those fans had traveled hundreds of miles to see her and they let her know how much they loved her.  …

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Musical Magic in a power plant with Nancy Sanchez for Valentine’s

The Edison is one of LA’s more upscale and quirky music venues.  Designed by DTLA urban renewal developer Andrew Meieran and run by the entertainment entrepreneur Barbara Jacobs, it is situated inside LA’s first privately-owned power plant, underground in the sub-basement of the Higgins Building, constructed in 1910. It retains …

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Supergroup MANDOKI SOULMATES Announce New Show Date

For the last 25 years, Hungarian/German producer and percussionist Leslie Mandoki has united legendary icons of Anglo-American rock and jazz-rock into one supergroup he calls the “ManDoki Soulmates.” For the first time in the US, the group will perform their debut public performance at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on …

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Latinas Out Loud at The Hammer

The Hammer Museum in Westwood Friday night opened is Pacific Standard Time:LA/LA  art exhibition,  Radical Women: Latin American art, 1960 -1985, with Latinas Out Loud”: ¡Párriba!  a wild concert led by Lido Pimienta and introduced by LA’s own joyful punk, funk Latin rock band, Sister Mantos.  It was the perfect …

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