2013 City of El Cerrito & worldOne 4th of July Festival The City of El Cerrito/world One radio invite you to celebrate Independence Day at the City of El Cerrito worldOne July 4th Festival on Thursday, July 4, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. in beautiful Cerrito Vista Park. (Music on the Main Stage will continue until 7:00 p.m.) This admission-free family-friendly event is full of fun, food and entertainment, such as: Live entertainment on the main stage - see details at www.worldoneradio.org Children’s fun area with carnival games, jump houses and rides El Cerrito Art Assoc. Art Show & Sale Lots of great tasty food Vendor booths by local businesses, artisans and service groups
Mark your calendars for Return to SFAI An event 141 years in the making... Buy an all-inclusive ticket at the Early-Bird price of $40 Scoop them up before they’re gone! ______________ Reunion Activities Daytime Events: 2–5 pm Reconnect with fellow alumni and faculty during decade-themed reunions, faculty talks, a special performance by SFAI alumnus Karen Finley, and more Honor SFAI alumnus, longtime faculty member, and 2012 Guggenheim Fellow Carlos Villa at a special tribute View an exhibition highlighting alumni work Evening Party: 5–10 pm Continue the celebration at a spirited, campus-wide party featuring specialty cocktails by The Bon Vivants, hors d’oeuvres by renowned Bay Area chefs, and live music from artists including SFAI alumnis Penelope Houston of The Avengers and Debora Iyall of Romeo Void
The Nisenan people of the Nevada City Rancheria, along with the California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project (C.H.I.R.P.), welcome to the public to celebrate Nisenan Heritage Day on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at the Miners Foundry Cultural Center. The day program will be filled with panel discussions, performances, and a symposium, while the evening program includes a rock concert featuring two bands. The day and afternoon programs are free of charge. The concert begins at 5:30 p.m. and is $10.00 per person. A no host bar will be available during the evening program. Tickets are available online, by person or by phone at the Nevada City Box Office (530) 265-5462, or in person at Briar Patch Co-Op. 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ~ The Debora Iyall Band 7:15 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. ~ Shelly Covert & UnderCover
Playing with Gravy's Drop, Spanish Moss and Warm Soda
w/ The Untouchables & Debora Iyall of Romeo Void Debora Iyall is best known as the lead singer and lyricist of Romeo Void, a San Francisco band that mined the sexy veins of new wave music. Iyall is a fearless performer, a good time party girl one moment, a woman bravely baring the most intimate details of her soul the next. In this rare High Desert appearance Debora Iyall of romeovoid will be performing with her rockin' new band. Expect new tunes from her recent solo releases, 2012's "Singing Until Sunrise" and 2010's "Stay Strong" as well as Debora's favorite selected Romeo Void tunes (some re-imagined) . Debora Iyall Band will hit the stage at 10 PM, don't be late! Sunday, July 1st Doors 7pm; Show at 8PM $15 Presale, $18 At the Door + applicable fees 21 and over only
Sounds Like: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Gossip, Blondie, Patti Smith, Cyndi Lauper
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Bio: Debora Iyall is best known as the lead singer and lyricist of Romeo Void, a San Francisco band that mined the sexy veins of new wave music. Summer 2013 finds her playing the El Cerrito worldOnefestival celebration on July 4th. She also contributed a sultry rendition of Elvis Costello's "Watchin...See Full Bio
Oops! Debora Iyall Group on at 6 PM. Ignore auto-message post earlier tonight. My bad! Event starts at 10AM btw. A full day of fun!
"I love being on stage. I thought, “This is the most unique thing I do,” and the audience was so digging it. I felt the sensation again of having something to say, reaching out to the audience and sharing that emotion. I tell my art students, “Do the most unique thing you have and emphasize that. Keep going with whatever works.” For a while music wasn’t working for me, but then I thought, “Maybe it could?” Six weeks after the show I called Peter and we started writing “Stay Strong.”"