NOW STREAM THIS! Lollapalooza 2013 in Grant Park, IL Starts Today with Live Streaming Webcasts via YouTube (August 2nd – August 4th)

August 2, 2013 in Festivals, Now Stream This! by rock6847

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Lollapalooza 2013 is happening, now!  Can’t make it out to Chi Town?  Worry no more because live performances are streaming live, right now.  Starting today, August 2nd, you’ll have the opportunity to see selected Lollapalooza sets streaming live!   The webcast will be available on Lollapalooza’s YouTube page.

Lollapalooza 2013 live stream webcast — Friday, Aug. 2:

2:30 p.m. – Smith Westerns
3:30 p.m. – Icona Pop
4:15 p.m. – Crystal Castles
5:15 p.m. – Imagine Dragons
6:15 p.m. – Queens of the Stone Age
7:30 p.m. – Band of Horses
8:30 p.m. – The Killers
10:00 p.m. – Nine Inch Nails

Lollapalooza 2013 live stream webcast – Saturday, August 3, 2013:

Mumford & Sons, The Postal Service, The Lumineers, Kendrick Lamar, The National, Ellie Goulding, Eric Church, Local Natives, Court Yard Hounds, Charles Bradley, Ben Howard, Little Green Cars, Planet Hemp and Shovels & Rope

Lollapalooza 2013 live stream webcast – Sunday, August 4, 2013:

The Cure, Phoenix, Beach House, Vampire Weekend, Grizzly Bear, Alt-J, Tegan and Sara, Two Door Cinema Club, Alex Clare, Lianne La Havas, Wild Belle, Palm Violets, Wild Nothing and Astro

FESTIVALS! Respectable Street’s 26th Anniversary Block Party w/ Cold Cave and more! (8/24/13)

July 31, 2013 in Festivals, SO FLO ROCKS! by rock6847

Respectable Street 26th block party

On Saturday, August 24th, to celebrate the 26th anniversary of Respectable Street , they’ll be throwing a massive Block Party with an unbelievable lineup.  26 bands and 4 stages with Cold Cave headlining, open bar from 8-9pm, free pizza and ping pong ball blast at midnight for cash and prizes. Not sure what a ping pong ball blast is, but there are cash and prizes if you win!

In addition to headliner, Cold Cave, some of South Florida’s best original talent will be performing. See the awesome lineup below:

Jacuzzi Boys
The Band In Heaven
Beach Day
Rebel
Astari Nite
Deaf Poets
Bonnie Riot
Everymen
Darling Sweets
The Drip Effect
WeHo
Retrocities
Gallimimus
Leading the Heroes
Gravel Kings
Indigovox
Hunters of the Alps
Raggy Monster
Boxwood
The Ruins
The Dewars
Ordinary Boys
The 33 1/3s
Pretty Girls
A New Way to Live Forever

(revised/modified to add set times on 8/22/13)

Street Stage:
Cold Cave 12:05
Jacuzzi Boys 11:15
Beach Day 10:30
Everymen 9:45
Astari Nite 9:00
33 1/3rds 8:15

RSC Stage:
Deaf Poets 12:15
Ordinary Boys 11:30
Rebel 10:45
Leading the Heroes 10:00
Hunters of the Alps 9:15
WeHo 8:30

RSC outside:
Darling Sweets 12:330
Band In Heaven 11:45
Retrocities 11:00
Bonnie Riot 10:15
Ruins 9:30
Gravel Kings 8:45

Hullaballoo:
Galliminus 12:30
Indigovox 11:45
Drip Effect 11:00
Boxwood 10:15

Longboards:
Raggy Monster 12:30
The Dewars 11:45
Pretty Girls 11:00
A New Way to Live Forever 10:15

NEW MUSIC VIDEO! King Khan and the Shrines Release Claymation ‘Darkness’ video

July 24, 2013 in Festivals, New Video Release by rock6847

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It isn’t often that you come across a psychedelic soul band that is charismatic, talented and sexually appealing. That one band is King Khan and the Shrines. Today, they released their video for ‘Darkness’, a trippy claymation, stop-motion production.  The video begins with a strongman shooting the Human Cannonball from his canon and ends with the Human Cannonball presenting a an unknown heart onto the scales of justice before a Native American shaman. This creativity should come as no surprise from the band’s frontman and very worldly, Arish Ahmad Khan, better known as King Khan. Of Indian descent, born in Montreal and residing in Berlin, Khan explains that it was “fascinating” to watch the production of the video, created by a German animation collective known as, Hylas. The video was adapted from Hylas’ continuing stop-motion series entitled “Circus,” about a traveling circus trapped in a strange place.

After a six year hiatus in album releases,’Darkness,’ will be featured on their upcoming album, Idle No More, expected for release September 3rd via Merge Records. View the video for ‘Darkness’ below and after the jump, check out our photographic coverage of Day 3 at the Austin Psych Fest 2013, where we enjoyed a psychedelic set by King Khan & The BBQ Show.

NOW STREAM THIS! Wilco Covers It All at Solid Sound Festival 2013

July 23, 2013 in Festivals, Now Stream This!, Performances by rock6847

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Back in June, Wilco performed a 27-song all-covers set at their Solid Sound Festival in North Adams, MA. Wilco covered songs by The Beatles, Daft Punk, The Replacements, Pavement, The Velvet Underground, The Rolling Stones, The Kings, Neil Young, Yo La Tengo (w/ Yo La Tengo), Grateful Dead, Big Star, and Television. Download the entire recording here, courtesy of NYC Taper.

Until then, go ahead and listen to Wilco cover Television’s ‘Marquee Moon’ and Replacement’s ‘Color Me Impressed’ below, via NYC Taper.

Then, check out a few videos:

Setlist:
The Boys Are Back in Town (Thin Lizzy cover)
Cut Your Hair (Pavement cover)
In the Street (Big Star cover)
New Madrid (Uncle Tupelo cover)
Dead Flowers (The Rolling Stones cover)
Simple Twist of Fate (Bob Dylan cover)
Ripple (Grateful Dead cover)
Who Loves the Sun (The Velvet Underground cover)
And Your Bird Can Sing (The Beatles cover)
And Your Bird Can Sing (The Beatles cover) (And Your Bird Can Sing was … more)
Psychotic Reaction (Count Five cover)
Tom Courtenay (Yo La Tengo cover) (with Yo La Tengo)
James Alley Blues
Waterloo Sunset (The Kinks cover) (with Lucius)
Waterloo (ABBA cover) (with Lucius)
(What’s So Funny ’bout) Peace, Love and Understanding (Brinsley Schwarz cover)
Marquee Moon (Television cover)
Happy Birthday To You (Mildred J. Hill cover) (to Pat Sansone)
(Don’t Fear) The Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult cover)
Cinnamon Girl (Neil Young cover)
Get Lucky (Daft Punk cover)
Surrender (Cheap Trick cover)
Color Me Impressed (The Replacements cover) (with Tommy Stinson)
Kingpin
Thank You Friends (Big Star cover)
Encore:
The Weight (The Band cover) (with Lucius)
Roadrunner (The Modern Lovers cover) (with Yo La Tengo)

FESTIVALS! Coastline Festival 2013 FL State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL (11/9) and Cruzan Amphitheatre, West Palm, FL (11/10)

July 15, 2013 in Festivals, SO FLO ROCKS! by rock6847

Coastlinefest

The Coastline Festival, A Musiculinary Experience, has been announced today! This festival will feature 11 Indie/Alternative bands, Craft Beers, Food Trucks and Local Artists! The Coastline Festival will kick off on Saturday, November 9th at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds in Tampa, Florida and then, continue on Sunday, November 10th at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida. Lineups for both shows vary slightly, but include: Passion Pit, Two Door Cinema Club, Matt & Kim, Fitz & The Tantrums, The Joy Formidable, The Mowgli’s, Surfer Blood, St. Lucia, The Royal Concept, Capital Cities and The Neighbourhood. Special Guests are expected to be added to the Tampa show.

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Early Bird Tickets starting at $20 available on July 19th! Buy your tix for Tampa here and West Palm here.

FESTIVALS! Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 Auditorium Shores, Austin, TX (Nov 8, 9 and 10)

July 10, 2013 in Festivals, News You Can Use by rock6847

Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 has been announced and will be happening on November 8, 9 and 10 at Auditorium Shores in Austin, Texas. If you were thinking about it before, here are a few reasons we think you might want to go: MGMT, M.I.A., Snoop Dogg a/k/a Snoop Lion, Cut Copy, The Walkmen, Body Count, Deerhunter, Thee Oh Sees, Cloud Nothings, Washed Out, Johnny Marr, Kurt Vile and the Violators, The Men, The Polyphonic Spree, King Khan and The Shrines, Chelsea Light Moving, Daniel Johnston, Cayucas and Beach Fossils. The full lineup is listed below, but we can say with certainty, this is a festival you won’t want to miss. 3 day passes are available now, but there will be single day passes available on September 5th. Buy your tickets here and hope to see you there!

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• MGMT
• Slayer
• M.I.A.
• Snoop Dogg a/k/a Snoop Lion
• Descendents
• Cut Copy
• Jurassic 5
• FLAG (Keith Morris, Chuck Dukowski, Dez Cadena, Bill Stevenson & Stephen Egerton)
• Simian Mobile Disco (DJ Set)
• Quicksand
• Bonobo
• The Walkmen
• Lupe Fiasco
• Death Grips
• Ice T
• Television
• RJD2
• Judge
• Big K.R.I.T.
• The Locust
• Big Freedia
• Subhumans (30th anniversary performance of Cradle to the Grave LP)
• Chromatics
• Gojira
• Tycho
• The Impossibles
• Glass Candy
• Body Count
• Deerhunter
• August Burns Red
• Action Bronson
• Thee Oh Sees
• Cloud Nothings
• The Dismemberment Plan
• Cro-Mags
• Shlohmo
• Ceremony
• Washed Out
• xxyyxx
• Johnny Marr
• Melt Banana
• Little Boots
• Kurt Vile and the
Violators
• Pelican
• Delorean
• The Men
• Sparks
• Star Slinger
• The Polyphonic Spree
• Title Fight
• Poolside
• Blake Schwarzenbach (Jawbreaker/Jets to Brazil/Forgetters)
• White Lung
• Geographer
• Small Black
• King Khan And The Shrines
• Bill Callahan
• The Julie Ruin (Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill/Le Tigre, Kathi Wilcox of Bikini Kill)
• Chelsea Light Moving (Thurston Moore of sonic youth)
• Code Orange Kids
• Ratking
• Narrows
• Daniel Johnston
• The Underachievers
• Mac DeMarco
• Dessa
• Merchandise
• Cayucas
• Quasi
• Big Black Delta
• Unlocking The Truth
• Beach Fossils
• Retox
• Bleached
• Mykki Blanco
• Lemuria
• Active Child
• Phranchyze
• Ola Podrida
• Venomous Maximus
• Frank Smith
• Wild Child
• Roger Sellers
• Spraypaint
• LNS Crew

VOYAGES OF RC! AmericanaramA Festival of Music feat. Bob Dylan & his Band, Wilco, Bob Weir and My Morning Jacket @ Cruzan Amphitheatre WPB, FL (6/26/13)

June 28, 2013 in Festivals, Voyages of Rock Cousteau by rock6847

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Last night, Wednesday, June 26th, AmericanaramA Festival of Music featuring Bob Dylan and his band kicked off their tour in beautiful West Palm Beach at the Cruzan Amphitheatre. As with many tours that pass through South Florida, it will either be the first or last appearance on the tour. In this case, South Florida was the first stop. Every first gig is met with a healthy dose of fear and a slight amount of anticipation. Despite the unknown, most people we encountered had few expectations and were overjoyed just to be part of this event. AmericanaramA in WPB would be headlined by Bob Dylan & his band supported by Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead, My Morning Jacket and Wilco.

Excitement for this festival definitely came from seeing Rock and Roll titans sandwiching two of the most talented, regularly touring bands out there. Bob Dylan should be applauded for ushering the introduction of My Morning Jacket and Wilco to a whole new demographic. After both bands performed, one Weir and Dylan fan noted, “I could easily see how my head would explode if I was into MMJ back in the day.” In that regard, Dylan’s introduction of these bands could be deemed a success.

However, one could posit that there didn’t really seem to be a commonality to the band choices. The common thread for all these musicians is clearly that they are all truly folkies at heart. Both Jim James of My Morning Jacket and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco have their roots in folk music. So, being a part of a festival like this comes easy for them both.

Bob Weir began the festival, but what seemed unusual was seeing him perform solo and acoustic. Weir is noted for being a rhythm guitarist and it was strange to see him performing in a style that many are unaccustomed to seeing. Considering he was recently injured and prevented from playing shows for nearly two months, he performed as if nothing had happened. Highlights included his rendition of Garcia’s ‘Loose Lucy’. Bob Weir’s setlist: ‘Easy to Slip’, ‘Loose Lucy’, ‘Peggy-O’, ‘KC Moan’, ‘Dear Prudence’ and ‘Not Fade Away’

My Morning Jacket definitely brought a different energy to the crowd. Their Southern/Classic rock hybrid sound easily pulsated through the thick, humid South Florida air. Jim James and the band whipped the already sweaty crowd into a controlled frenzy. Personal highlights include ‘Circuital’, ‘Smokin’ From Shootin’ and ‘Gideon’. My Morning Jacket’s setlist: ‘Circuital’, ‘Outta My System’, ‘I’m Amazed’, ‘Golden’, ‘Evelyn’, ‘Way He Sings’, ‘Slow into End of War Begun’, ‘ Smokin From Shootin’, ‘Wordless Chorus’, ‘Victory Dance’, ‘Gideon’ and ‘One Big Holiday’

Jeff Tweedy of Wilco walked out onto the stage in his very American style hat, grinning from ear to ear. As noted earlier, most of the audience is there for Dylan, but it felt like “any friend of Dylan is a friend of mine.” The crowd easily fell into a groove for Wilco and when Weir joined them for ‘Ripple’ (video courtesy of SFMO) and ‘California Stars,’ they seemed giddy with happiness. As expected, after speaking to a “die-hard” Dead Head, they stated how much they enjoyed Wilco’s set, but for the discordant sounds in ‘Poor Places.’ A reaction like that came as no surprise and in fact, was anticipated. Highlights included ‘Forget the Flowers’, ‘Poor Places’, ‘Impossible Germany’ and both songs with Weir. Wilco’s setlist: ‘At My Window Sad and Lonely’, ‘ Forget the Flowers’, ‘Company in My Back’, ‘Poor Places’, ‘Art of Almost’, ‘I Might’, ‘Spiders (Kids Smoke)’, ‘Impossible Germany’, ‘ Born Alone’, Ripple’ (w/ Bob Weir), ‘California Stars (w/ Bob Weir)’, ‘Via Chicago’, ‘Whole Love’, ‘Dawned on Me’ and ‘I’m the Man Who Loves You’

Dylan finally appears from the darkness and performs a very bluesy set. Having only seen him with the Dead many years ago, this evening appeared more intimate. Dylan’s path has taken him to a bluesy place and for us, it was a path we were willing to follow along. Highlights include ‘Tangled Up in Blue’ with a new arrangement, ‘Duquesne Whistle’ and ‘Ballad of a Thin Man’. Bob Dylan’s setlist: ‘Things Have Changed’, ‘Love Sick’, ‘High Water’, ‘Soon After Midnight’, ‘Early Morning Kings’, ‘Tangled Up in Blue’, ‘Duquesne Whistle’, ‘She Belongs to Me’, ‘Cry Awhile’, ‘Simple Twist of Fate’, ‘Honest with Me’, ‘All Along the Watchtower’, Enc. ‘Thunder on the Mountain’, ‘Ballad of a Thin Man’

As I continue to relive the evening’s events in my mind, I am reminded how well this festival was put together and how lucky I was to see so many talented musicians perform in such a limited period of time. While the artists may change up from city to city, if you have the opportunity to catch AmericanramA during the tour, DO NOT MISS IT.  Meet me there-Beat me there!

Added 7/5/13 – check out this fan video of My Morning Jacket and Wilco covering Neil Young’s ‘Cinnamon Girl’ at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre in Alabama July 3rd. Sound is decent, no need to watch.

FESTIVALS! Bonnaroo 2013 Starts Today with Live Streaming Webcasts via Ustream (June 13-16)

June 13, 2013 in Festivals, Now Stream This! by rock6847

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Can’t make it to the Farm this year? Worry no more because the folks at Ustream have teamed up with Bonnaroo 2013 to provide exclusive live video streaming webcasts! Starting today, June 14th, you’ll have the opportunity to see Bonnaroo select sets streaming live and not on one, but two channels! You’ll even have the opportunity to stream the experience in the palm of your hands via mobile devices via the Ustream mobile app and mobile site. The webcast will be available on the home page at Bonnaroo.com and also at ustream.tv/bonnaroo, where you can now go to “follow” and get the latest webcast news and updates.

The 2013 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival Webcast Lineup Via Ustream will include:

A-Trak
ALO with Special Guests
A$AP Rocky
Beach House
Big K.R.I.T.
Calexico
Delta Rae
Dirty Projectors
Divine Fits
Father John Misty
Foals
Four Tet
Glen Hansard
Gov’t Mule
Grizzly Bear
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
Jim James
Japandroids
Kendrick Lamar
Local Natives
Lord Huron
The Lumineers
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (there’s always one)
Matt & Kim
Paul McCartney
Mumford & Sons
Nas
The National
Of Monsters and Men
Passion Pit
Portugal. The Man
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Solange
Allen Stone
SuperJam featuring RZA, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Schoolboy Q, Earl Sweatshirt, Solange, Chad Hugo (of The Neptunes), Lettuce and special guests
Swans
Tame Impala
The Vaccines
Wilco
Wu-Tang Clan
The xx
and more…

FESTIVALS! Culture Collide at Echo Park, Los Angeles, CA (October 9-12, 2013)

June 3, 2013 in Festivals, News You Can Use by rock6847

Culture Collidge 2013

FILTER’s Culture Collide returns to Los Angeles’ Echo Park for its fourth exciting year on October 9th – 12th, 2013. This unique multi-day experience celebrating creative curiosity stretches across some of LA’s most renowned and intimate venues, where attendees are bound to discover their new favorite international band, as well as FILTER’s own favorite headliners, artists, comedians, industry experts and more. Filter proudly announces its first wave of confirmed artists including: Phoenix (France)^, Dinosaur Jr. (US)^, Liars (US), The Raveonettes (Denmark), Miami Horror (Australia), King Khan & The Shrines (Canada, Germany), Iceage (Denmark), The Men (US), Rob Crow (Acoustic, US), Medicine (US), Alice Russell (UK), No Joy (Canada), Plastic Plates (AU), Mumiy Troll (Russia), The Great Wilderness (Costa Rica), SiMoN (Japan), StereonoiZ (Peru), Iza Lach (Poland) , Prāta Vētra (Latvia), Chateau Marmont (France), Maya Vik (Norway), Funeral Suits (Ireland), Mujuice (Russia), Hell Shovel (Greece, Germany, Canada, France), Wooster (US), Okta Logue (Germany), Instrumenti (Latvia), DENA (Bulgaria), PanSTARRS (Egypt), with many more to be announced in the coming months. No passport needed, just a Culture Collide wristband. $20 limited wristbands available through midnight, June 16 get your wristband here!

Pre-sale tickets to Culture Collide’s Official Kick off show with Phoenix, presented by Goldenvoice, at the LA Sports Arena, go on sale this Thursday, June 6, 10 AM – 10 PM Purchase Tickets Now! (Use Password: BANKRUPT) Public on sale: Friday, June 7 at 10am Ticket prices: $39.50 & $49.50 + fees (8 ticket limit)

Culture Collide Line-up Will Feature (With More Artist to be Announced):

Phoenix (France)
Dinosaur Jr. (US)
Liars (US)
The Raveonettes (Denmark)
Miami Horror (Australia)
King Khan & The Shrines (Canada, Germany)
Iceage (Denmark)
The Men (US)
Rob Crow – acoustic (US)
Medicine (US)
Alice Russell (UK)
No Joy (Canada)
Plastic Plates (AU)
The Great Wilderness (Costa Rica)
Mumiy Troll (Russia)
SiMoN (Japan)
StereonoiZ (Peru)
Iza Lach (Poland)
Prāta Vētra (Latvia)
Chateau Marmont (France)
Maya Vik (Norway)
Funeral Suits (Ireland)
Mujuice (Russia)
Hell Shovel (Greece, Germany, Canada, France)
Wooster (US)
Okta Logue (Germany)
Instrumenti (Latvia)
DENA (Bulgaria)
PanSTARRS (Egypt)

FESTIVALS! Nuclear Valdez & Friends A 2 Day Benefit Concert for John Tovar

May 30, 2013 in Festivals, News You Can Use by rock6847

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On June 14th and 15th, Tobacco Road in Miami is set to Host a 2 day benefit concert for John Tovar, featuring Nuclear Valdez. A veritable “who’s who” of Miami music talent spanning over 30 years will play in support of legendary manager, John Tovar.

When John Tovar’s mother passed away in April after a lengthy battle with a terminal illness, musician Johnny Aguiló and close friend Rich Ulloa immediately reached out and offered their services. Within no time, the singer / leader of the Grammy-nominated Conjunto Progresso (Aguilo) and Y&T Records founder (Ulloa), had collectively assembled a cavalcade of Miami acts and enlisted the hosting services of Tobacco Road.

Thus, the “Nuclear Valdez & Friends 2-Day Benefit Concert for John Tovar” was born. “I’m humbled and touched by the outpouring response,” says Tovar, the erstwhile manager of such nationally successful acts of The Mavericks, Marilyn Mason and the Spooky Kids, Nuclear Valdez and others. “He helped launch and guide the careers of many Miami musical groups,” says Aguiló. “This is a way for us to give back – it’s the least we can do for a man that has done so much for so many.”

The two-day event will feature acts that have played Tobacco Road at some point during the 80’s, 90’s or 00’s. Nuclear Valdez is slated to headline on the main outdoor stage both nights. Additional artists performing during the 2 day event include: Charlie Pickett, John and Jim Camacho from The Goods, Forget the Name, Oba Frank Lords, DJ Alan Trueba, The Dyslexic Postcards, Black Janet, Red Road, Ricky Valido and the Hialeah Hillbillies, Electric Piquete and many more.

Admission to the 21 and over benefit is $10 each night or $15 for two-day passes. The music is scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. on both nights. Tobacco Road is located at 626 South Miami Ave in downtown Miami. Call 305.374.1198 or visit Tobacco Road’s site for more information.

FRIDAY JUNE 14TH, 2013
OUTSIDE STAGE:

08:30 – 09:00PM THE LIVED
09:00 – 09:30PM SAVAGE SOUL
09:30 – 10:00PM CHARLIE PICKETT
10:00 – 10:30PM DENNIS BRITT (BEAT POETS)
10:30 – 11:00PM BIRDMAN’S CLAMBAKE
11:00 – 11:30PM MEDINA
11:30 – 12:00AM TOMMY ANTHONY & SOUNDGLASS
12:00 – 12:30AM ROB ELBA (HOLY TERRORS) & SCOTT M PUTESKY (MARILYN MANSON) (ACOUSTIC)
12:30 – 01:00AM DYSLEXIC POSTCARDS

UPSTAIRS CABARET:
10:00 – 10:30PM RIOT AGENTS
10:30 – 11:00PM LOADED GUNS (UNLOADED & UNPLUGGED)
11:00 – 11:30PM ELECTRIC PIQUETE
11:30 – 11:45PM DJ
11:45 – 12:15AM RED ROAD feat REY “CONGA” DIAZ
12:15 – 12:30AM DJ
12:30 – 01:00AM RICKY VALIDO & THE HIALEAH HILLBILLIES01:00 – 01:15AM DJ
01:15 – 01:45AM LORI G
01:45 – 02:00AM DJ
02:00 – 02:30AM ANDERSON COUNCEL
02:30 – 03:00AM DJ

DJ MYSTIC BILL TORRES

SATURDAY JUNE 15TH, 2013
OUTSIDE STAGE:
08:30 – 09:00PM THE BELL RINGERS
09:00 – 09:30PM VOICE IN FASHION (ACOUSTIC)
09:30 – 10:00PM BLACK JANET
10:00 – 10:30PM CHRISTOPHER PHIPPS (LONDON EXCHANGE) (ACOUSTIC)
10:30 – 11:00PM BLAYZ
11:00 – 11:15PM KRISTEN KNIGHT & ERIC AND BOBBY BLAYZ (ACOUSTIC)
11:15 – 11:30PM VESPER SPARROW
11:30 – 12:00AM JIM & JOHN CAMACHO (THE GOODS)
12:00 – 12:30AM FORGET THE NAME (ACOUSTIC)
12:30 – 01:15AM NUCLEAR VALDEZ
01:15 – 02:00AM OSCAR FERRER & THE LOST FRIENDS

UPSTAIRS CABARET:
10:00 – 10:30PM LEADVILLE LOANERS
10:30 – 10:45PM DJ
10:45 – 11:15PM THE SUPER FUZZ
11:15 – 11:30PM DJ
11:30 – 12:00AM RADIO SOUNDSYSTEM
12:00 – 12:30AM JOCE MILANES (AL’S NOT WELL)
12:30 – 01:00AM THE MEDICINE BOX
01:00 – 01:15AM DJ
01:15 – 01:45AM OBA FRANK LORDS “DARK BEAT”
01:45 – 02:00AM DJ
02:00 – 02:30AM DESCARGA WITH THE DARK BEAT ALL STARS OR BLACK JACKET
02:30 – 03:00AM DJ

DJ ALAN TRUEBA

Tobacco Road
626 S Miami Ave, Miami, Florida 33130-3016

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