Free summer concert
6pm-9pm. Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Band The Dome Arclight Entertainment Center 6360 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 High-Energy Rock ‘N’ Roll, Pop, Blues R&B Classics, Latin Grooves, Jazz and Movie Themes Gregg Young (Guitar/Vocals), Felice Hernandez (Vocals), Kirkwood Coakley (Bass) and Mark Massey (Keys) Free admission and the public is invited.
1pm-2pm. Gregg Young & the 2nd Street “Reading to the Rhythm” Jazz Band Summer Reading Season Kickoff Concert: Reading to the Rhythm Santa Monica Public Library: 601 Santa Monica Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90401 (Outdoor Stage) “C” or Smooth Jazz, Latin Jazz/Rock, High-energy Rock ‘n’ Roll, Blues, R&B and Reggae. Lineup: TBA
6pm-9pm. Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Groove Jazz Band, Latin Style. The Dome Arclight Entertainment Center 6360 W. Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 Groove Jazz, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Blues, R&B, Reggae, and Movie Themes Gregg Young (Guitar), Kirkwood Coakley (Bass), Norman Jackson (Keyboard) and Jorge Bermudez (Percussion) Free admission and the public is invited.
Label: Shore Records
Bio: World class musicians/vocalists performing Jazz, Blues, R&B, Rock'n'Roll, Caribbean Steel Drums, Latin Jazz. Winner of Unanimous Choice, Smooth Jazz Artist of the Year, LA Music Awards. Nominated Best of Jazz for the Hollywood Music Awards. Winner Best Blues, Hollywood Music in Media Awards, Winn...See Full Bio
“If you haven't yet heard of Gregg Young's 2nd Street Band, you must not get out to Long Beach street fairs much. They play at most of them and have been doing so for years. Young & his 2nd Street Band have 6 CDs on iTunes and e-stores all over the world. His funk/groove/reggae/jazz/blues compilations have won awards and can be heard on his website, www.greggyoung.com. Young, a guitarist, singer, songwriter, arranger, bandleader and producer also operates his own boutique record label called Shore Records. Originally from San Francisco, Young grew up with a Mexican mother and German father. Young's first musical inspiration as his uncle Freddy, who sang traditional Mexican folk songs and played guitar. His uncle taught Young how to play guitar and took him and his cousins to rock shows where Young got "the bug" to play music.”