Hollywood Blondie is a fun and exciting tribute to Blondie, the iconic 80’s band formed in the late seventies by singer Debbie Harry and guitarist, Chris Stein. As huge fans of the original, Hollywood Blondie is fun to watch and hear as they play the absolute best of Blondie songs while channeling the vibe and look of the original! Vocalist, Diana Grace, captures the audience with her voice and performance which is strikingly like Ms Harry! The band’s musicians are exceptional and entertaining, making every show an event to remember! They will take you back to Blondie’s heyday and keep you singing and dancing in the aisles!
Throughout his career, Gary Matsumoto has developed a reputation for being a first rate pianist, composer, arranger, and educator in Southern California. Matsumoto was born and raised in Los Angeles, where he still calls home. And while he can still be seen playing regularly in the greater LA area, he also performs throughout the year in venues across the U.S. as well as internationally.
Initially formed in 1991 by touring musicians on occasional tour breaks, Crimson Crowbar has brought together some of the most popular rock and pop professional musicians of our time. Together, Crimson Crowbar has been playing to packed houses all over Southern California. With their popularity on a steady rise and big plans for the future, as anyone who has seen them will tell you, this is a polished, great sounding, must see show!
Relax and enjoy a smooth Caribbean vibe with Einstein Brown’s Reggae, Calypso, Jazz and Funk on Sunday afternoons at Mozambique.
After immigrating to the U.S. in 1982, musician Einstein Brown began performing with the Trinidad Steel Band and the L.A. Desperados. During this time, he also started his first band as a leader, called Caribe, which played the Hollywood circuit and the L.A. Street Scene. In 1984, he formed Sapadilla and recorded his first single, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”, which was a European release.
In 1991, Einstein released the album, Humanize the Earth, on which he collaborated with the popular guitarist, Eric Gale. Since that time, Einstein has appeared in numerous television shows, commercials and feature films, as well as MTV music videos, including one in which he performed with the great R&B singer, Chaka Khan. Einstein has also performed for entertainment legends such as Debbie Reynolds, Carol Burnett and Michael Jackson.
Upstream’s ultimate purpose is to take their audience on a journey, a temporary escape from themselves and a permanent escape from boredom. The band boasts a very seasoned and celebrated line up, Derek Brewster (Steel Drums & Lead & Background Vocals), Andre Morris (Keyboards, Trombone & Background Vocals), John McKnight (Bass) and Mark Spiller (Drums & Lead & Background Vocals).