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Doors: 5:30pm | Music: 7pm | Movie: 8:30pm A Summer-Long Celebration of Food, Movies and Music Comes to Brentwood on Saturday August 10th Kingpin Rated PG13. Roy Munson was raised to be the best bowler in the world (trained early on by his father). But a fellow bowler, Ernie McCracken and a misunderstanding wtih some rough punks, leaves poor Roy with the loss of his bowling hand! Not to let this get him down, he gets a prosthetic hand and becomes a travelling salesman. But it's really all down hill for him from that night on until...One day he meets Ishmael, an Amish man who sneaks away from the farm to bowl. Food Trucks * Komodo * Smokin Willies BBQ * Tortas 2 Die 4 * India Jones * Lomo Arigato * Baby's Bad Ass Burger * Coolhaus * Brasil Kiss * Waffles de Liege
LA's PREMIER Outdoor Movie, Food Truck and Live Music Event Series comes to Santa Monica with The Big Lebowski, starring Jeff Bridges and John Goodman. There are a limited amount of Fashionably Late Passes aka “The No Stress Seat.” Don’t worry about getting the perfect spot at each event. This is LA after all. We know traffic and life make us fashionably late, don't sweat it and be guaranteed one of the best areas in the house. There will be a roped off area just for Fashionably Late Passes, so you can arrive at 8 instead of 5:30.
Seasons January residency at The Echo
Sounds Like: The Shins, XTC, Girls, Elliott Smith, They Might Be Giants
Label: Imaginary Friend Music / Frozentone Records
Manager: George Glass
"If they notice be discreet about it
Not enough to lose to worry about it"
George Glass is a band from Los Angeles. George Glass is Nicholas Ceglio, Peter DiBiasio, and Nathan Kondor.
George Glass is a flailing Charlie Brown foot aimed deadeye at Lucy's football, which isn't a football at all, ...See Full Bio
“On its debut self-titled EP, this Los Angeles-based outfit crafts swaggering garage rock with beached-out indie flair. Vintage guitar sounds dominate the tunes, as they’re warm, fuzzy, and in possession of the right amount of snarl, though I greatly appreciate the prominence of bass and drums in the overall mix. The vocals are pleasantly disaffected, sounding tired without being sad or glum, and the various arrangements of verses, choruses, bridges, and hooks provide off-kilter setups on classic material.”