On October 18, 2019 The Mars Society will present the first ever, MARS ROCKS! Benefit Concert…. An awesome night of Music, Comedy and Science, benefitting The Mars Society. MARS ROCKS! Will be taking place at The Globe Theater located at 740 Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014. Hosted by comedian Rachel Dee,featured musicians include the California Psyche Band “Revolushn” and “The Hailers” plus several musical guests from bands like Pink Floyd, Devo, Jane’s Addiction, Supertramp, Toto and more. Celebrity guest appearances include The Leo King, David
Recording superstar Ian Guerin continues to create a buzz with his newest album “Irreplaceable.” Ian is not only a prolific songwriter, but he definitely knows how to speak to you. We shared questions and answers that were not only fun but thought provoking. If you aren’t yet familiar with Ian, he hails from Mexico to LA and the UK and is an R&B, pop, blue-eyed soul songwriter and singer. Up until now he’s had
Khalil Kain & The True Groove All Stars are having the “Lambs To Slaughter” album release party (featuring Tomás Doncker with Special Guest DJ Keith Shocklee), on Thursday, September 26th, 2019 at the legendary Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York. Khalil Kain is an Urban Icon and established actor with a career that has spanned two decades. His performance in the seminal film Juice has endeared him to fans and colleagues worldwide. He has also been in such
Play video content Exclusive The burglars who made off with $1 million worth of jewelry at Poo Bear‘s pad had a hiccup during the heist … because the hitmaker’s safe was too damn heavy to simply carry away. TMZ has obtained this surveillance video from Poo Bear’s security cam at his massive Hollywood Hills crib … and you see 3 burglars casing the joint before finding a way inside and running off with his valuables.
Yesterday (September 14), Neil Young performed his 1975 song “New Mama” live for the first time in 42 years, as Rolling Stone points out. Young was the headliner at the Harvest Moon: A Gathering charity concert at Lake Hughes, California, where he played his Tonight’s the Night song for the first time since 1977. The concert proceeds benefited the Painted Turtle, a summer camp for severely-ill children, and the Bridge School. Watch Young’s performance below;