The Cordovas

The Cordovas

LOST BEACH

Thu, September 21, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Saint Rocke

Hermosa Beach, CA

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

This is a General Admission ticket. It does not guarantee seating.

For seating reservations, please call 310-372-0035

The Cordovas
The Cordovas
The Cordovas (featuring Jaron and the Long Road to Love)

Jaron And The Long Road To Love might be too long of a name, but it's one few on the country music scene have forgotten since his debut in 2010 with the platinum-selling smash hit, "Pray For You." The tongue-and-cheek lyrical masterpiece co-penned by Jaron Lowenstein had scorned lovers everywhere smirking as they played it on repeat. The song was so powerful, in fact, that it sparked a country music evolution for the former pop icon of multi-platinum selling brother duo Evan & Jaron. Celebrating over 150,000 copies sold of current album GETTING DRESSED IN THE DARK and now a new radio single, "Beautiful Lies" (feat. Big Kenny of Big & Rich), Jaron's proof that it really does start and remain about the music. 



After a nearly six year break from the music industry, Jaron relocated from Los Angeles to Nashville, Tennessee in June 2009, crashing on friends' couches, honing his songwriting skills and shedding his golden handcuffs for a shot at the honky-tonks' neon lights. He returns with a great new harmony based band called The Cordovas.
LOST BEACH
LOST BEACH
Hailing from the beaches south of Los Angeles, LOST BEACH combines the sentimentality of sun in your face, while pining for the unknown in what we call indie rock n roll. Native Texan Jonny Perdue came to California to further his pursuit in music, finding guitarist and collaborator Steve Stout via a chance encounter while both playing for siblings of two different bands. During his time on the coast, Jonny met Hermosa-raised drummer Davey Latter and bassist Zacc West, also linking up with keys player Davey Allen after seeing his performance at a soundcheck in LA. “Perdue,” meaning lost in French, and the band’s residence on the coast inspired their moniker LOST BEACH. From Otis Redding to Elliott Smith, the group draws inspiration from the sounds of older records and a DIY mentality of self-production.
The band will be releasing singles in the coming months in anticipation of their self produced full length LP later this year.
Venue Information:
Saint Rocke
142 Pacific Coast Highway
Hermosa Beach, CA, 90254
http://www.saintrocke.com