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The Panache Orchestra will play a brief set (may get extended) at lunchtime at a Mexican restaurant in Los Feliz as part of the "Make Music L.A." Festival http://makemusicla.org/
Matthew Moran - The Fallen Stars Age Limit: All Ages Matthew Moran The Fallen Starswebsite:http://www.thefallenstars.com Jed's Deadwebsite:http://www.jedsdead.com
The Roots, Rock, and Americana Music Collective brings 3 acts, The Matt Moran Band, Jed's Dead, and JD Nash to the Red Cove in Ventura.
LINEUP 7 – 7:15 Will Kimsey & Nicole Gentry (Smooth Jazz) 7:16 – 7:22 Opening Greeting by Rick Mizuno – Introduce MC, Comedian Melanie Baldonado 7:23 – 7:28 Evie King (Spoken Word) 7:30 – 7:50 Byron Bowers (Comedian) 8:00 – 8:20 Matt Moran Band (Rock & Country Cross-over) 8:25 – 8:30 Evie King (Spoken Word) 8:35 – 8:55 Viva Vinson (R&B/Jazz) 9:00 – 9:20 Nicky Bernal (Comedian) 9:30 – 9:50 Singularity (Alt. Rock Band) 9:55 Closing Remarks – Rick and Melanie
$3Valet Parking $4Vodka Drinks $3 Howl Lager $3Kami-Shots...50% of all drinks for NBC-Universal & City Walk Employees! It is a must for all to enjoy and support local music, Free parking after 10pm.....Muzic Starts @ 8!
Label: Sea Gypsy Music
Bio: The Matt Moran Band formed in early 2010, when Matt met drummer Tom Gallela over coffee to talk about a shared goal of playing acoustically-driven music that crossed genre.
Later that year they met up with bassist Leif Pedersen at a music store and the three began rehearsing immediately and even...See Full Bio
Rehearsed with the band last night.. yummy!! This Saturday, April 7, 2012 - at 5PM, The Tribal Cafe. http://bit.ly/HiCzvO
“Americana and country that curve in and out of the rock and roll realm. Moran’s music is sweet, in tune, and hip in nature. A little Paul Simon combined with a bit of Hootie and the Blowfish comes across quite well with the band’s Simon and Garfunkel-like choruses. Moran’s material encompasses everything from slow and chill country to rock & roll that raises your blood pressure a few notches.”