The Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund is pleased to announce the 4th Annual RIDE FOR RONNIE Motorcycle Ride and Concert, taking place on Sunday, May 6, 2018. The Ride from Harley-Davidson of Glendale to Los Encinos Park in Encino will raise awareness and funds for cancer prevention and research for a cure. The afternoon concert in the park will be once again hosted by radio and television personality Eddie Trunk and will feature live music from the various artists listed below.
The quintet features Jack Doyle: Guitar & Vocals, Marty Funk: Bass, Matt Ladd: Vocals, Dennis Wilson: Guitar, Anthony Perez: Drums and added guest musician on keyboards, Hayden Ashley.
Self described as "a rock & roll band of sorts, influenced by all things past, present, and future. From tube-screaming “noise rock” to the minimalist approach of rural American folk music, our band transcends any one genre and hits many stops along the musical landscape."
The Stanley Hotel and iHeart Radio are pleased to announce that two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and co-founder of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby is heading to The Stanley Concert Hall on June 28th as part of the Sky Trails Tour 2018. Joining him will be five musical friends, James Raymond on keys, Mai Agan on bass, Steve DiStanislao on drums, Jeff Pevar on guitar and Michelle Willis on keys and vocals.
ALO on February 23 delivered a wondrous two-set performance in Sacramento that was an excellent representation of how the jammy, jazzy, funky, poppy, electronica four-piece displays its lively endeavors of excellence. Such musical escapades, in turn, visibly pleased the audience, many of whom were “on the bus” for many gigs the band’s 12th annual Tour d’Amour, which always runs before and after Valentine’s Day. Singer-songwriter John Craigie opened the show.
One of the most esteemed rappers of this generation, G-Eazy returns home to the San Francisco Bay Area for a two-night installment on his “The Beautiful & Damned Tour.” The Oakland native returns home this week to show love to the city that raised him, and for fans on both sides of the Bay, the curtain call cannot come fast enough. Hometown shows are always special, but for an artist that mentions his hometown in what seems like every other song, G-Eazy’s homecoming promises to be a concert well worth the price of admission.