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John Hiatt



Venue:
Rio Theatre
1205 Soquel Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Fri, 28 Jun 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Jason Mraz



Venue:
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
307 Church Street Santa Cruz

When:
Fri, 25 Oct 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Chris Webby (16+ Event)



Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


As Cities Burn


with All Get Out, many rooms, Sea In the Sky
Since their inception in 2002, As Cities Burn have garnered tremendous respect for their progressive take on the post-hardcore genre. Upon the release of their 2005 full-length debut, Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest, fans and critics alike fell in love with the balanced dynamic of TJ Bonnettes visceral screams and the clean vocals of his brother, Cody, who also serves as the primary songwriter in the band. In 2006, TJs new marriage saw him leave As Cities Burn for a new life in Mississippi. The remaining members forged ahead, undergoing several lineup and stylistic changes over the next three years and releasing two more acclaimed full lengths - Come Now Sleep (2007) and Hell or High Water (2009) - before disbanding in 2009. This, however, is not where their story ends. In the time since, As Cities Burn would occasionally play one-off shows, but no plans for a proper reunion were discussed until a few years ago when TJ moved to Nashville where his brother and the rest of the band were living. Casual jam sessions commenced and, before long, a concrete plan fo a new record began to take shape. Two years later, As Cities Burn are ready to unveil Scream Through The Walls - their first album in ten years and the first with the Bonnette brothers collaborating since the bands seminal debut. On Scream Through The Walls, As Cities Burn turned to a familiar collaborator in producer Matt Goldman (Underoath, Meg & Dia, The Chariot) to help capture the signature frenetic energy of their live show. Goldman proved a wise decision, providing sonic clarity without sacrificing the rawness and honesty the band wanted to instill in the record. While this was the bands most collaborative record to date, primary songwriting duties remained with Cody and his personal growth since the last record shines through on how progressive and open the album is lyrically. It deals with the destructive tendencies and emotional crutches we rely on, both on a personal level and from a larger cultural perspective. The album title, which comes from the lyrics to album cut Hollowed Out, deals directly with Codys own bouts of debilitating depression and self-imposed isolation. The actual lyric scream through the walls is a reminder that most of us are suffering and urges everyone, including Cody, to move to the mental space adjacent to your loved ones so you can at least help each other through the barriers you erect when in your darkest moments. On a macro level, Scream Through The Walls applies the symbolism of those walls alluded to in Hollowed Out to the destructive path society is barrelling down as a result of our reliance on technology. Its an examination of the way people are cutting themselves off from their neighbors in order to fit neatly into whatever persona they want to portray with their digital presence. As a result of this smartphone-induced, divisive behavior, the grey areas where people of different cultures and beliefs used to find common ground are being destroyed. Still, despite the dystopian views expressed, this album also seeks to offer a glimpse at how we can correct our course. As Cody puts it, the ten tracks on Scream Through The Walls seek to be like a good counselor, asking the right questions to allow the listener to work through their issues on their own terms. If 2020 AD paints the most vivid picture of what TJ describes as our cellphones as a puppeteer, the devil or a deceiver, Bright White Light best exemplifies the longing for a purer existence as it poses the question of whether or not weve gone too far down the wrong path. Chains then returns us to the intimacy of Hollowed Out as it asks how far are you are willing to go and who you are willing to hurt to get ahead? to the listener. If one were to look at the summation of our answers to Chains, they might get a better feeling for what the answer to the question at the core of Bright White Light might be. Scream Through The Walls emphasizes our freedom to make our own way and the need to accept that everyones path is different. The band has never shied away from their own faith, but sees no reason to impose their beliefs on anyone else. Everyone must determine on their own what helps them to be their best self and Scream Through The Walls is constructed to be a unique experience for each listener, no matter what their personal journey entails. On this record, the band has struck the perfect balance of intimate revelations and universal relatability. When it is released June 7th on Equal Vision Records, there is a very good chance it will end up being one of the most important heavy rock albums of 2019.

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Sun, 23 Jun 2019 7.45pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


daily until July 14, 2019

Beehive, The 60s Musical


BEEHIVE: The 60’s Musical is the ultimate celebration of 1960’s female empowerment. Featuring such timeless classics as “My Boyfriend’s Back”, “Be My Baby”, “Son of a Preacher Man”, and “Me and Bobby McGee”, Beehive nostalgically recalls the days of miniskirts, transistor radios and flower power. Told from the perspective of six young women who came of age in this enigmatic decade, these young ladies look back on a host of issues ranging from their first Beehive Dance to the challenges we faced as a nation – a theme that is even now resonating in the 21st century. PLAYING AT THE CABRILLO CROCKER THEATER Songs Include The Name (New) Game, Natural Woman, Deep, Mountain High (Deeman), My Boyfriend's Back, One Fine Day, To Sir With Love, It's My Party, Proud Mary, Where The Boys Are, Make Your Own Kind Of Music.

Venue:
Cabrillo College Crocker Theater
Lower Perimeter Road Aptos

When:
Thu, 27 Jun 2019 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Wine tasting at Villa del Monte Winery


We will be open for wine tasting from noon to 5 pm.  $5 per person, refundable with purchase. Be sure to check out our wine club in order to get substantial discounts.  [...]

408 353 0995

Venue:
Villa del Monte Winery
23076 Summit Road Los Gatos

When:
Sat, 29 Jun 2019 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Matthew Vasquez Tickets (16+ Event)



Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Tue, 25 Jun 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bat Tickets (16+ Event)



Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Fri, 28 Jun 2019 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Galactic


with Erica Falls
Galactics first new studio album in more than three years, ALREADY READY ALREADY released on their own Tchuop-Zilla Records sees the renowned New Orleans based instrumental outfit taking a distinctly contemporary approach towards their own progressive sound, interpolating modern rhythms and electronic instrumentation within the house-shaking framework of the Crescent Citys funk pop n roll. Produced by the bands Robert Mercurio and Ben Ellman, the new LP finds Galactic once again enlisting a diverse array of vocal collaborators to assist in their musical exploration, each of whom lend lyrical flavor and individualistic personality to the bands multi-faceted sonic grooves. Bookended by a high powered pair of trademark Galactic instrumentals that give the album its title, ALREADY READY ALREADY. The album is a short, sharp blast of undeniable creative muscle, from the stripped down kick/snap verses of Going Straight Crazy, featuring New Orleans singer (and YouTube sensation) Princess Shaw, to punk cabaret artist Boyfriends quirky speed-rap on the breakneck Dance At My Funeral. As ever, Galactics omnivorous musical interests make easy classification utterly impossible ALREADY READY ALREADY is as all encompassing and universal as the bands moniker established long ago.Ive never been able to put a label on what we do, Ellman says. I could say its funk or I could say its R&B or jazz or whatever else, but really, its all of that.Its not that were always trying to push boundaries, says Mercurio, but we definitely take influence from our hometown and try to do something new with it. We tour all around the world and were exposed to tons of elements that filter their way into our consciousness and come out through our music.Though their hearts are always in New Orleans, Galactic spends virtually all its life on the road, leaving limited timeframes in which to record. Whenever time allowed, the group holed up at their studio headquarters, Number C, where they were free to experiment and develop new ideas.Having our own studio allows to not be on some schedule, Ellman says, where we have to have material, save up some money, book the studio, and thats the time we have to make a record. Its a completely different process, where we can always be working on music.Over time, the tracks revealed themselves as either instrumentals (like the slippery, dub-inflected Goose Grease) or vocal songs. The band, so well woven into their citys ever-changing music scene, began to thumb through their little black book in search of collaborators.Our community is so rich with talent, Ellman says. Were just lucky to be in a situation where we can make phone calls, then someone comes to the studio, we kick it, start working on things. Its all really organic.Galactic brought in a diverse array of predominantly young female singers, each of whom brings their own disparate musical tastes and cultural flavor. Working with artists lesser known on the national stage but beloved in their own community enables Galactic to evince a kind of sonic truth about their hometown, putting its multi-faceted underground to the fore.Trust me, I loved having Macy Gray and Mavis Staples on our last record, Mercurio says. It was an honor to work with them. But theres something fun about making music with someone not everybody has heard of and end up getting a great reaction to it. There are no preconceived thoughts as to what the song should be like because the listener doesnt know the artist as well.That being said, a number of the voices heard on ALREADY READY ALREADY are Galactic veterans: Touch Get Cut features the bands touring vocalist, Erica Falls, while Clap Your Hands is sung by Ms. Charm Taylor, previously featured on 2015s acclaimed INTO THE DEEP. The lilting Everlasting Light teams Galactic with frequent collaborator, The Revivalists David Shaw, alongside Nahko of Nahko & Medicine For The People the only non-New Orleans resident among the features.As for working with Nahko, Ellman says, We just liked his vocal. Being from New Orleans isnt a prerequisite for working with us. You never want to be restricted, its whatever serves the song best.Galactic is, likely even at this very moment, on the road as usual, with Erica Falls putting her own stamp on ALREADY READY ALREADYs songs as they manifest new shapes through live performance. As if their perpetual tour schedule werent enough, Galactic announce the bands purchase and future stewardship of New Orleans legendary Tipitinas nightclub.Were so incredibly honored to be tasked as the current caretakers of such a historic venue, says Ellman. My connection with the club started way before I was lucky enough to take the stage. My first job in New Orleans was at Tipitinas as a cook in the (now defunct) kitchen. The importance of respecting what Tips means for musicians and the city of New Orleans is not lost on us. Were excited for the future of the club and look forward to all the amazing music and good times ahead.With that in mind, it turns out that, despite the lack of released work, the past three years have in fact been remarkably prolific for Galactic. The sessions that yielded ALREADY READY ALREADY will generate still another LP due later in 2019, one which Ellman describes as possibly more of a throwback thing but will almost certainly morph into something altogether new and wonderful via Galactics evolutionary musical vision.Theres no telling what those songs will sound like when were through, Mercurio says. Once we get in there and start twisting them, see what perks up our ears, stuff can definitely take a left turn. Thats kind of the story of Galactic right there were constantly taking left turns. I wonder what it would be like if we took a right?

Venue:
Catalyst Club
1011 Pacific Avenue Santa Cruz

When:
Sat, 29 Jun 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Boots and Brews Festival



Venue:
Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Center
16500 Condit Road Morgan Hill

When:
Sat, 29 Jun 2019 1.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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