Join us for Sunday Night Live celebrating Tom Petty’s birthday and his music. Musicians from all over the greater Los Angeles Area and Ventura County perform their favorite songs by Tom Petty on October 17, 2021
WOODSTOCK FARINA WOODFIRED PIZZA AT 6 PM IN THE BACK LOUNGE ALL NIGHT!
The British Beat Band will be Rockin all the hits from Great Britain’s most influential musical period the ’60s, ’70s, and the ’80s. The fun, nostalgia, and excitement never stop. From the first chord to the last cymbal crash on October 22nd at 8 pm.
Travel with us to London’s heyday and experience the sound of British rock royalty: Rod Stewart, The Beatles, The Who, The Moody Blues, and The Rolling Stones.
FORNO STANZIA WOODFIRED PIZZA AT 6 PM IN THE BACK LOUNGE ALL NIGHT!
Behind the Music
If you love the days before music was virtual and played by real musicians, if you enjoy rock music from its early years, then The British Beat is your show. Formed in 2007 by Stewart Sher and Rob Simpson, the original intention was to provide a nostalgic look at the groups that represented the British Invasion. But over time, the act became more specific, highlighting the SUPERGROUPS’ biggest hits. Today, it may include tributes to Rod Stewart, The Beatles, or Eric Clapton.
Stewart Sher Lead Vocals Reed Walsh Guitar/Vocals Bill Horn Guitar/Vocals Peter Harrison Bass/Vocals Ken Dayton Keyboards Javen Borqwardt Drums
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The Dirty Lowdown is ready to turn it up Friday Night, October 29th, with some FM classics for your booty… and AM Gold for our soul! At 8:00 pm.
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ALTERS TACOS AT 5 PM IN THE BACK LOUNGE ALL NIGHT!
THE DIRTY LOWDOWN plays the forgotten hits and jams from that era: the FM Classics, AM Gold, Classic Rock, Yacht Rock, and Dance Rock. The Lowdown began in the Fall of 2018 when guitarist Harry LeDjangles (we can’t tell you his real name) was asked by a festival in Palm Springs to put together a last-minute band for the ’70s themed party just a few nights away. With nothing but a guitar, a hat, and a list of 23 songs, he recruited a top wrecking crew for the job. One practice run later, these players were ready for the big takeover. The show was legendary. People singing: check! People dancing: double-check! People losing their minds remembering these classic songs and drowning in emotion and sweat: triple check! At the end of the night, a masquerade party infiltrated the event and their ring leader grabbed the mic and proclaimed that the band was so special that the world could never know their real names because it would be total chaos. So, on the spot, he renamed each player: Spider MacKenzie on the Drums, Nigel Ambrose on Bass, Sweet Lou Montague on vocals, and the aforementioned Harry LeDjangles.
They became THE DIRTY LOWDOWN.
The Dirty Lowdown’s extensive song list focuses mainly on the songs most other bands avoid from the ’70s that people miss hearing, singing along, and dancing to. They’ve even done several one-off-themed tribute nights to David Bowie, the Rolling Stones, Prince, even songs from the year 1977. Reinterpreting the classics for maximum effect. That’s the DIRTY LOWDOWN.
Harry LeDjangles on Guitar Nigel Ambrose on Bass Spider McKenzie on drums Sweet Lou Montague on vocals.
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