ignite Alex's Bar in Long Beach, 6.2.17, back from their East Cast tour. They indeed substantiate my contention that the great
bands always get better and better, with new material always adding
something major to the mix. And they do. Anyone who's had opportunity
yet hasn't seen this band live is sabotaging their own cultural
well-being. Yeah, they're that good.
Meanwhile..."Brian Eno" circa 1972 Roxy Music ignites the dance floor at Alex's Bar. He
was dancing all night to his own personal velocity, and that's all I can
tactfully say since I enjoyed the spectacle and don't want to get him
into trouble, whoever he is...
And the next week, Dr. Boogie returned with a teerrific set as always to grace the stage
at Cobraside Records' warehouse for a BBQ and jam for clients and friends. Other acts included Barrio Tiger, The Singles, Fatal Jamz and Jon Wahl.
Dr. Boogie are Chris P., lead vocals, guitar; Dustin James, guitar, vocals; Luis Herrera, drums, vocals; Pat Salway, bass vocals.
Backstage (the Cobraside warehouse) found The Blessings' singer Jeremy White with denim overalls-clad Lisa Lee, rock and roll couturier Evita Corby, redheaded writer Terry Moreland Henderson, and your humble photojournalist.