SOLD OUT - Pine Mountain Logs

SOLD OUT - Pine Mountain Logs


Fri, February 16, 2018

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

Saint Rocke

Hermosa Beach, CA


Sold Out

This event is 21 and over

We will be releasing a limited number of tickets at the door day of, but do no guarantee entrance. 

Pine Mountain Logs
Pine Mountain Logs
The band members have recorded or toured with such acts as:
Don Henley, Phil Collins, Cher, Stevie Nicks, Crosby Stills and Nash, Jackson Browne, Styx, America, Emerson, Lake and Palmer and Sting, just to name a few.

Known for their incredible 3 part harmonies, the 3 singers are brothers and cousins. Lead vocalist, Kipp Lennon is cousin to Guitarist/Vocalist Michael Lennon and Lead vocalist Mark Lennon. Yes, they are related to another famous Lennon. David Crosby has called these guys "the best vocal group in the country and one of the best bands I have ever heard".Jackson Browne has said, "These guys can sing anything from Stevie Wonder to my kind of music"Well, that's exactly what the Pine Mountain Logs do.
Their repertoire ranges from Led Zeppelin to Janet Jackson and everything in between.This band not only plays the hits of these artists but they actually sound like the artists. Kipp and Mark have made a living imitating famous singers so in some cases the band sounds better than the original artists.The remaining members of the Logs, Mark Harris on Bass, Dann Gillen on Drums and Chris Horvath on Keys and Guitar create a rock solid groove that you feel in your gut. Get ready to dance, get ready to laugh, get ready for some of the most obscure medley's you've ever heard.
If you are tired of "slick" cover bands and you want to have a good time and hear some great music, then check out the Pine Mountain Logs, one of the best cover bands in the world.
Three brothers from other mothers (and fathers) got together, from the OC, LA and DC, to create a miscellaneous collection of musical works aka OLIO. Inspired by everything from Black Sabbath to Barry White these guys stir up an eclectic blend of rock/pop/funk music and serve it up hot! Whether it's songs about break-ups, make-outs, shake-ups or four letter words, Olio produces electrifying, positive music from their studio in Los Angeles, CA. On stage Arif Hodzic sings and breaks strings (sometimes his right hand gets heavy), DeHaven Carrington grooves on drums and croons (when the lights are low and the mood is right), and newest member Kelley Hill is a fireball of energy, bouncing on one leg and just tearing the bass up (you may even see metal shavings come off the neck).

Olio hits the road in the USA this summer for their 2013 "Comeback Kings Tour." Playing Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and cities in between in June and Phoenix, Austin, Shreveport, Little Rock, NYC, DC, Kill Devil Hills and Atlanta in July and August.

On December 18, 2012 Olio released the Comeback Kings EP produced by legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer (Hendrix, Zeppelin, Beatles, Stones, Santana, Woodstock, Kiss, Frampton, Robert Randolph, Grace Potter). A full album of songs, recorded in L.A. and France, are set for a 2013 release.

In 2011, Olio won the Emerging Artist Competition held by Rusty's on the Santa Monica Pier. They were the only band to play the Twilight Dance Series twice in one summer, opening for Dawes with Jackson Browne in front of a crowd of several thousand music lovers.

They celebrated the release of their 2010 single "Get It Good" following the success of the 2009 11 song album "Living The Dream." The songs are dynamic ranging from the nylon stringed sweetness of "Completely Beautiful" about the profound impact of becoming a parent (received an Honorable Mention Award in the 2008 West Coast Songwriters International Competition) to a hard rock/rap collab that already has 20,000 NJ Devils fans shouting "Here We Go" at the Prudential Center. Their homage to the mamacita de futbol aka "Soccer Mom" inspired one impassioned UK critic to call them "sexist and subtle as a sledghammer." (Olio still thinks Benny Hill, John Cleese and Ricky Gervais are funny) The sound created is rich and packs a punch reminiscent of the John Mayer Trio while thematically aiming for Stevie Wonder's "Songs in the Key of Life."

To experience Olio only on recording is like Vader without the Darth. Whether it's 30 minutes or 3 hours, the energy generated by these three could power a small town (or even the lesser known planet Zeta-Reticulan5). So, maybe the question isn't Who or What is Olio but rather When and Where?
Venue Information:
Saint Rocke
142 Pacific Coast Highway
Hermosa Beach, CA, 90254