Electric Blue w/ Sol Soiree

Electric Bluew/ Sol Soiree142 Pacific Coast Hwy,Hermosa Beach, CA 9025421+ Only About the ArtistElectric Blue was founded in 1987 near the beaches of Los Angeles, California. Playing primarily original music, the band combines Classic, Southern, and Psychedelic Rock and calls it Southern California Jam Rock. Electric Blue experienced years of success playing in the Los Angeles and Santa Barbara areas, and did several tours through the Southwest and the Pacific Northwest.  Over the years they have shared the stage with Jane’s Addiction, Eric Burdon, Robby Krieger, Blue Oyster Cult, Merl Saunders, Johnny Winter, Gregg Allman, Bob Bralove, Tom Constanten, and Taj Mahal.  Electric Blue’s lineup since 1992 is Mitch Graves (guitar, vocals), Jeff Kornman (drums), Ed Lyon (keyboards, vocals), Dave Rizzo (lead guitar, vocals), and Brian Warren (bass, vocals).   The band took a step back from performing in 2005 to focus on careers and families, but their fans would never let them stop playing and there were several “reunion” gigs over the years.  Now in their next phase, the band is once again back and booking shows more regularly.    For any additional questions, please check out our FAQ page here: https://www.saintrocke.com/faqs/If your questions are not answered there, please reach out to us at info@saintrocke.com

Super Diamond – The Neil Diamond Trubute & Olio: Halloween Show & Costume Contest!

SUPER DIAMOND – THE NEIL DIAMOND TRIBUTEw/ Olio142 Pacific Coast Hwy,Hermosa Beach, CA 9025421+ Only Super Diamond is a Neil Diamond tribute band from San Francisco. Formed in 1993, the line-up consists of vocalist Randy Cordeiro (Surreal Neil), guitarist Chris Collins, keyboardist James Terris, bass player/keyboardist Rama Kolesnikow and drummer Vince Littleton. Super Diamond has been featured in articles in many national publications and has appeared on the David Letterman Show. The San Francisco Chronicle has recently said, “Super Diamond does Neil Diamond without any irony, but with loving enthusiasm — and a lot of practice.” In 2003 Sid Bernstein in The New York Times wrote, “Super Diamond interprets Mr. Diamond’s pop tunes with heavier guitars, mixing in contemporary riffs by Guns N’ Roses, Kiss, and AC/DC, and with an alternative-rock tone.”For any additional questions, please check out our FAQ page here: https://www.saintrocke.com/faqs/If your questions are not answered there, please reach out to us at info@saintrocke.com

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