Playing a jazz set at Casa Del Mar with two friends (from last Summer’s People Get Ready event at Grand Performances) on Wednesday, October 15: Pianist Kenneth Crouch and bassist Jon Flaugher.
Playing multiple instruments with Ethio Cali for the first of three monthly residency concerts at The Blue Whale on Sunday, October 5. The band will tackle music Latin-influenced music of Africa.
We’re excited to be back playing in one of our favorite rooms in the city as we kick off our residency at the Blue Whale. On Sunday, October 5th, we’ll be highlighting the history and widespread influence of latin music on the African continent, more specifically, the ways in which clave-based Cuban music and New York Salsa led to the development of vibrant local scenes in countries like the Congo, Senegal, Benin, and Ethiopia.
Amara Toure, Gnonnas Pedro, El Rego, and Orchestra Baobab are some of the luminaries of this genre that we’ll be paying tribute to on this night. we will also have some special guests featured in the rhythm and horn sections.
TODD SIMON – (trumpet, music director, arranging)
RANDAL FISHER – (saxophone)
DEXTER STORY – (guitar, keys, arranging)
DAMON AARON – (guitar)
BRANDON EUGENE OWENS – (bass)
ALAN LIGHTNER – (steel pan / percussion)
TE’AMIR YOHANNES SWEENEY – (drums, percussion)
JOSIEL PEREZ – (trumpet)
RICHI PANTA – (percussion)
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5
$15 / 21+ / 8pm–12am
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Playing multi-instruments with Ethio Cali live at this year’s Eagle Rock Music Festival. Headliners include Aloe Blacc, J.ROCC, Maya Jupiter, Quetzal, Jeremy Sole, Buyepongo and many more.
Ethio Cali Live
Eagle Rock Music Festival
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Colorado Blvd. between Argus Dr. and Eagle Rock Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA
Check out drummer Brittany Brooks’ multi-GO-PRO video of Kelis’ “Acappella” live. This video was shot at the legendary 9:30 Club in Washington DC in June 2014. The band features: Brittany Brooks – Drums, Go-Pro Production Eugene Owens – Bass Geoff “Double G” Gallegos – Baritone Saxophone Nia Andrews – Background Vocals Sean Billings – Trumpet Dexter Story – Keys, MD, Live Track Production (Bongos, Synth) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9tAjjEh56Y
Playing Farfisa and various synths with Carlos Niño & Friends band at dublab.com’s 15th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, September 27. The band features Paul Livingstone, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Farmer Dave Scher, Eugene Owens, Andres Renteria and Carlos Niño.
Join us in celebrating dublab’s 15th anniversary at Bedrock.LA in Echo Park!
The party, happening exactly 15 years to the date and hour we started broadcasting, will feature live music performances, DJ sets, film projections, custom t-shirt screen-printing, food trucks and art installations
Carlos Niño & Friends: (featuring Paul Livingstone, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Farmer Dave Scher, Eugene Owens, Dexter Story, Andres Renteria…)
Contact Field Orchestra
Gifted and Blessed
Metro Gnome (Butchy Fuego & Angel Deradoorian)
Raga Meditation with Partho Sarothy (Sarod) & Paul Livingstone (Sitar)
Sana Shenai (Jimmy Tamborello & Nanny Cantaloupe)
Seven Davis Jr.
Southern Soul Spinners
+ MANY MORE!!!!
Visuals by Alex Pelly, Miko Revereza & Freegums
Live Screenprinting by HIT+RUN
Food by Mandoline Grill
Free before 6pm, $10 after.
Your donation benefits dublab’s non-profit music mission. Purchase tickets:dublab.brownpapertickets.com
1623 Allesandro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90026
THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS:
Red Bull Music Academy Radio
Dublab.com’s 15th Anniversary Celebration
featuring Carlos Niño & Friends
Have the honor of occasionally playing drum set with actress / vocalist Rumor Willis at The Sayers Club on Tuesdays. This past Tuesday (September 23), Rumor delighted the midnight Sayers crowd with an acoustic-leaning set that befits her. Joel Taylor plays keys and guitar, Nick Maybury plays guitar, Mike Eyia plays woodwinds and bandleader and Sayers Club music director Nick Rosen plays bass and acoustic guitar.
Rumer Willis Live
The Sayers Club
1645 Wilcox Avenue
Enjoy this video by the Japanese-based band Nabowa in support of their current album release entitled ‘Nabowa Meets Carlos Niño & Friends.’ The music for this down-to-earth, family-friendly video features special guest multi-instrumentalist Dexter Story.
Nabowa is a Japanese organic jam band based in Kyoto. Formed in April 2004, the group is composed of violinist Hiraku Yamamoto, guitarist Kanade Kageyama, djembe player Yu Kawakami, and bassist Itaru Horikawa, who joined in March 2006. Nabowa started their activities as a street band. Their live performances feature musical improvisation that crosses genre boundaries, blending dub, jazz, rock, ambient, modern music, etc. Nabowa’s genre-bending sound quickly gained widespread acclaim from all ages and attracted numerous live offers from multi places — clubs, live houses, cafe, bars, department store, temple, wedding hall, etc.