West Hollywood, CA
Rock / Alternative / Hip Hop
There is a word in my native Japanese
language, it's "Hakanai". It means: fleeting, short lived,
transient, momentary, and empty. It is spelled with two Japanese words that
are "a person" and "dream"
Throughout my adolescent,
I've always thought that those words need to be changed..
to today, there is a man named Ko, who had a great dream.
was to have a local great jam spot in the middle of Little Tokyo - downtown Los
Angeles, where everyone can come together to eat, drink, and see bands perform.
It was a dream to open the doors to all types of artists, especially
his fellow Japanese rockers to showcase their talents without feeling like they
A dream to have a place where people can just be themselves...
Even though his dream was nothing but "Hakanai,"
but it came true! And now he is leaving with an undeniably beautiful legacy that
is carved onto each and every one of our hearts!
Please join us this Saturday, as Ko opens the doors for 2nd Street Jazz for the
We want to make sure that the door will be heavy, not
only with countless amounts of bittersweet memories, but with the weight of all
of our thank you's and love for all he's done for so many years.....
Goodbye 2nd Street Jazz...
My band, Lolita Dark will be the very last band to ever stand on the
stage of 2nd street Jazz this Saturday.
We'd like to thank Ko and Tune in Tokyo for
giving us this honor.
Lolita Dark - Saturday
1/26/13 @ 12:30am
The door is $10
and includes a $5 drink ticket.
It is an 18 and over event.
Please come drink and be entertained all night by all the great
bands chosen for this glorious night!
And above all, Please Come support
the legacy of this amazing man and let him know that we'll keep his light on in
our hearts forever!
Eternal Love & Bliss,
Ray of Lolita Dark <3
**PS Don't forget to download our latest single "SK9" is available for download NOW!
"Dig Jelly has an infectious groove, hard hitting, yet not overbearing. Vocalist
Rayko possesses a commanding stage presence and a take-charge presence on stage.
This is important, I believe, especially in a band fronted by a female. Winning
over a crowd presents a tougher challenge, and Rayko definitely delivered." Bruce
Forrest, All Access Magazine