We're playing at the Cork Lounge in Sherman Oaks, Sunday, March 22nd along with some really fantastic artists, and we want you to join us! We're going on around 8:30 pm. Doors open earlier and seating is limited so please to plan to arrive early!!! See you there, RAMEKEGA
Extraordinary singer/songwriters from far & wide descend upon Firefly Bistro. It’s become the hottest hub of acoustic music this side of Austin. Host Brad Colerick brings a wonderful lineup of artists each week along with special guests. The fun starts at 7pm and wraps up around 9:30. 1009 El Centro South Pasadena, California (626) 441-2443 http://wineandsong.com/
This is one of the best listening rooms in the LA area for acoustic music. The extraordinary Lisa Turner will sing with me, and the mighty David Plenn will play guitar. Wicked Saints will open. They are one of those great bands that has the town buzzing.
Wicked Saints frontman Paul McCarty is a New Orleans native, hence the band name. They are celebrating their second CD, Don't Kill the Blackbird. Their styles mixes folk-rock, American, swampy Louisiana grooves, reggae, pop, and blues -- some listeners compare Wicked Saints to America, Eagles, Springsteen and Neil Young. Listen and decide for yourself: www.wickedsaints.net Wicked Saints Special guests include Randall Lamb, Loren Radis, and Rob Kimball. Songwriters at Play is held Mondays 6:30-9pm at Bon Temps Creole Café, 1000 Olive Street, San Luis Obispo, (805) 544-2100. The showcase includes one featured act and others playing 4-song sets. No cover charge, but a tip bucket is passed during the featured artist's set.
Hollowbody L.A. presents Wicked Saints playing a full set at 8:00, followed by the Nukes.
Sounds Like: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Ryan Adams, Neil Young, Mumford and Sons, Bob Dylan
Raw organic music with NO artificial sweeteners. It's GOOD for you!
"Our slogan isn’t completely true,” says Wicked Saints lead singer Paul McCarty. "Some is slightly toxic.” Wicked Saints' music is a cool eclectic mix of styles – from folk-rock, americana, swampy Louisiana grooves to reggae styl...See Full Bio
“Haunting, brave and beautiful. A really wonderful album, beautifully crafted and inspired, soulful songs with compelling, inventive production throughout.... Paul McCarty is plugged into the source, and these songs sing with great truth, joy, mystery and passion. A record for the ages.”