Headless Palms, Honey and Salt (ATX), Americas, Kangarilla @ Prospector Family Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
Jan 17 @ 9:00 pm – Jan 18 @ 1:30 am

Headless Palms – 12a – ?

Honey and Salt (Austin, TX) – 11:15p – 11:45p

Americas (Chico, CA) – 10:45p – 11:15p

Kangarilla – 10p – 10:30p

Thursday January 17th
at Prospector Family Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
$5 – 9pm – 21+

Mike Jacoby at Willmore @ Willmore
Jan 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Mike Jacoby is a Long Beach-based singer-songwriter who’s been performing on the scene for years. Armed with an undying love for rock ‘n‘ roll music and a multi-faceted musical talent that stems from an appreciation and propagation of quality songwriting.

His music reflects a stellar knowledge of and appreciation for his own and society’s collective music history, while simultaneously issuing forth a completely new perspective.

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The Folks & Company w/ Charles Latham + Lasers Lasers Birmingham @ 5 Star Bar
Jan 18 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Weird Country Night at the Five Star Bar!

The Folks and Company are Los Angeles natives who bring an eclectic blend of country, blues, folk and rock n roll with groove to spare.

Charles Latham is a North Carolina-based troubadour and purveyor of “country rock for weirdos” – for fans who equally like Tom Petty and Jonathan Richman – backed by The Folks and Company for this set!

Lasers Lasers Birmingham (acoustic)
High lonesome and highly unusual country music- right down to the band name, Lasers Lasers Birmingham is not exactly what people expect when you think of country music. With pedal steel, Hammond organ and barn-burning swagger, Lasers Lasers Birmingham brings to mind Waylon Jennings and Sturgill Simpson, with the smooth influence of Neil Young and the modern wit of Father John Misty.

JUST ADDED: The Ponderosa Aces! Outlaw country from Southern California!

Crumb’s bday party with The Eskimo Brothers @ Gallaghers Pub & Grill long beach
Jan 18 @ 9:00 pm – Jan 19 @ 12:00 am

Open House – Free Bootcamp with LBBC @ Long Beach Marine Stadium
Jan 19 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

We’re hosting an open house event this Saturday! That means a free bootcamp session for you to check it out! Come to Marine Stadium on Saturday. We start @ 830am. Arrive 5 min early to sign a waiver. Bring a mat or a towel, water and good vibes. And no worries if you haven’t workout out in a while. You will NOT be the only one 😉 Tag friends, share, comment or DM if you have questions. And stop saying maybe. That will never get you anywhere. See you in bootcamp 🥊💪😊

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Jan 19 @ 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm

Come out to MLK park and help us celebrate the life and leadership of Martin Luther King Jr. Great chance to see the band for free and support our local city leaders in their quest to bring all of Long Beach together under one umbrella regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation. Come one, come all, come in peace and let’s get down and boogie with Boxcar 7.

Riot Stage Plays The Fiction- Quixotic. An Album Release Party! @ diPiazza's Restaurant & Lounge
Jan 19 @ 7:00 pm – Jan 20 @ 2:00 am

After so many years in the works, we are finally ready to release the Fiction’s debut album, Quixotic. The Fiction was a long beach based band fronted by our dear departed friend and legendary singer/songwriter Josh Fischel. To finally release these songs into the universe, we have an all star lineup for you, featuring a reunion of Josh’s Riot Stage Rock n Roll Theatre to perform the entire album front to back. Also performing live will be Spare Parts for Broken Hearts, Stallion, Rothchild(featuring memebers of Tenacuous D), and solo sets by Jared Andrews, Sutton James, and Bert Susanka! $10 at the door, all ages, full schedule below. Hope to see you there!

7 pm Rothchild
745 Jared Andrews
830 Spare Parts for Broken Hearts
930 Sutton James
10 Riot Stage Plays The Fiction: Quixotic
11 Bert Susanka
1130 Stallion

Katie Jo & The Mijos at the Pike Bar – 4th Fridays! @ Pike Restaurant and Bar
Jan 25 @ 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Stroll down Retro Row for 4th Fridays, and end the night with a stiff drink and shuffling dance with us at The Pike Bar! 9-11 pm.

Make a one-of-a-kind monster eyeglass case! @ Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles
Jan 26 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Let’s make some functional weird monsters together! In this workshop, collaborate with EMMY award winning artist Brian A. Bernhard to make your very own one-of-a-kind 7.08″ x 2.75″ x 1.57” monster eyeglasses case! The artist will guide you through the pencil sketch design of a monster face onto your pre-primed metal eyeglasses case. He will educate you on the magical creative ways of the acrylic paint marker and even seal the deal with a clear coat varnish to protect your creation and bring out the shine! There are plenty of amazing things to do around the market while you wait for the clear coat to dry, you can marble a silk scarf, make a candle, eat some fresh roasted nuts, snack on a cake pop, or even head on over to the brewery next door and taste some craft beers!

Includes: primed white metal 7.08″ x 2.75″ x 1.57” eyeglass case, use of acrylic paint markers, glass of wine, punch, or hot coco and some additional light refreshments.
Schedule: 30 minutes to mingle & set up, 2 hours to draw and paint, 1 hour for clear coat – total class time = 3:30
Perks: Receive a 30% discount on apparel and merchandise on the day of your workshop at Embrace the Weird!

Please RSVP and get your tickets by Monday January 21st, so I can have enough supplies ready!

Use the code MonsterCase2019 for 20% off!

Tricks at Branagan’s Irish Pub @ Branagan's Irish Pub
Jan 27 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

We’ve added a pub show for January! Join us at Branagan’s Irish Pub in Fullerton on Sunday, January 27th starting at 5:00 p.m. Make reservations by calling 714-447-3544. Let’s raise a toast to 2019!

To learn more about Branagan’s Pub, visit
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Hoe Down on Paramount! A Night of Outlaw Billy Blues! @ Muldoon's Saloon
Jan 29 @ 8:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Whew Daddy!!!!

Full Tilt Trio is has a residency. We will be bringing the best in Rock a Billy and Roots music to North Long Beach every last Tuesday of the month in 2019. This month features The Devilriders, Seat Belt and yours truly FULL TILT TRIO!

Hop in your rat rod and get out on a Tuesday night!

Steve Gunn @ The Hangout
Feb 7 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm



8:00PM sharp (doors at 7:00)

Once tickets are purchased, your name will be on a list at the door. There is no guarantee that additional tickets will be available at the door. You must buy tickets to get into this show.

Due to the limited number of tickets please make sure you can attend before you make your purchase. If you can no longer attend a show you can give or sell (at face value) the tickets to a friend. Contact us ([email protected]) before the show to transfer your tickets. We’ll cancel any tickets resold for higher than original price.



Steve Gunn is a New York-based guitarist and songwriter. With a career spanning nearly fifteen years, Steve has produced volumes of critically acclaimed solo, duo, and ensemble recordings. His albums represent milestones of contemporary guitar-driven material, and forward thinking songwriting. Steve has steadily processed his inspirations into a singular, virtuosic stream. Close listening reveals the influence of blues, folk, ecstatic free jazz, and psych in his continually unfolding output. In 2016 Steve released, Eyes On The Lines, his first album for Matador Records which the Washington Post called, “so intimate and so mysteriously distant all at once”. In January 2019 he is following it up with his breakthrough fourth album, The Unseen In Between where he explores his own emotional landscapes with his most complex, fully realized songs to date.

Alice Wallace & The Hawt Thorns at Original Mike’s @ Original Mike's
Feb 8 @ 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Join us Feb. 8 at Original Mike’s in Santa Ana for a concert celebrating the release of Alice Wallace’s newest album “Into the Blue” – her debut on Rebelle Road Records! Alice will be joined by a 7-piece band, recreating the album nearly note-for-note!

Also featuring The Hawt Thorns – the great new project from KP and Johnny Hawthorn.

Doors at 6:30 pm, Show at 7:30 pm.
Full Bar • Full Menu • Free Parking
100 S. Main St. in the Arts District Santa Ana

INTO THE BLUE — Alice Wallace
By Holly George-Warren

“It’s a song about taking the risk to do what you love,” Alice Wallace says of the soaring track, “The Blue,” which yields a lyric entitling her spellbinding new album. With Into the Blue, the California-country singer-songwriter conjures the atmospheric sound of the Golden State’s canyons and deserts, mountains and crashing waves, its crowning beauty and its tragic losses. At the same time, the supple-voiced Wallace tells her own and others’ stories, weaving tales that resonate as we grapple with so many disturbing national issues.

Into the Blue is Wallace’s fourth album but marks her debut on the brand-new Rebelle Road label, an imprint founded by a trio of women dedicated to strengthening the California Country music community and expanding visibility for female artists in the Americana/roots genre. “They care so deeply about giving women a stronger voice in the music industry,” Wallace attests. Having spent the past six years writing songs and touring the nation – from AMERICANAFEST® to county fairs, barrooms to coffeehouses – Alice Wallace is ready to break out. “It takes bravery to ‘sail away into the blue’ and grab it,” she says. “It took me until about six years ago to finally take the plunge, quit my job and go for it. I haven’t looked back since.”

It was after Wallace’s return to her birth state of California that she fully embraced her calling as a singer-songwriter. Her musical family had relocated to rural St. Cloud, Florida, when she was a child. She grew up around the sounds of her parents playing guitars and singing, with “Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris, their favorite,” she recalls. She also absorbed the country rock of ‘70s-era Linda Ronstadt on the turntable. “I really taught myself to sing by mimicking their styles,” she says. “The powerful belt that Linda has. The emotive lilt to Emmylou’s voice. Trying to navigate those different elements helped me find my own voice nestled in between all that.” She first picked up guitar at age 10, with her dad teaching her to finger-pick at 15, and by senior year in high school, Wallace was performing original compositions at the local Borders bookstore. It was in college that she discovered yet another calling: yodeling, that haunting vocal style that blends blues, country, and western. Wallace’s own “A Little Yodel” added her to the ranks of legends Patsy Montana and Carolina Cotton.

In 2008, when the Wallace family relocated back to Southern California, she joined them. There, she began focusing on writing, performing, and touring, both solo and with a band. Since 2013, she performs some 200 dates a year. One of those with whom she’s shared stages is singer-songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard, who says she and her “stunning” songcraft have that “Steve McQueen ‘Cincinnati Kid’ cool.” Pundits agree: she won the 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the California Country Awards and the previous year’s Best Country/Americana Artist at the L.A. Music Critic Awards. She was recently singled out by the Los Angeles Daily News and Pollstar for her “dead-on lovely version” of Ronstadt’s “throbbing” “Long Long Time” at the “Palomino Rides Again” event celebrating the legendary California honky-tonk.

Into the Blue represents Wallace’s evolution as a recording artist, showcasing her growth as a songwriter as she embraces a fuller sound, backed by some of Americana’s most distinctive players. Co-produced by Steve Berns and Rebelle Road’s studio veteran, songwriter and musician KP Hawthorn (who’ve made a name for themselves working with artists in the West coast Americana scene), the album is brimming with soul. The formidable rhythm section, including drummer Jay Bellerose (Bonnie Raitt, Elton John, Aimee Mann) and bassist Jennifer Condos (Jackson Browne, Graham Nash), underpins instrumentation ranging from Tom Bremer’s crunchy electric guitar to Kaitlin Wolfberg’s lush string arrangements to keys and pedal steel from Jeremy Long (Sam Outlaw).

Wallace uses an intoxicating array of vocal styles to bring her songs to life: a dusky alto on “The Lonely Talking” (co-written with KP Hawthorn); gospel-tinged belting on “When She Cries” (inspired by the end of a six-year drought in California), and a soaring soprano on “Santa Ana Winds.” The latter, a country-rock chronicle of California’s devastating wildfires, is a co-write with Dallas artist Andrew Delaney, a frequent collaborator whom she calls “the most brilliant lyricist I’ve ever met.” Wallace inhabits his stirring “Elephants,” giving voice to women who refuse to be “quiet as a mouse in a room full of elephants.” The Wallace-Delaney-penned “Echo Canyon” is, she says, “a southwestern cowboy ballad that’s a modern take on a yodel song.” Wallace’s heart-wrenching “Desert Rose” tells of a young mother’s struggle to give her baby a better life across the border.

Lyrically, the heart of the album is the luminous anthem, “The Blue,” says Wallace. It describes her own journey to “get over my fears and go for the thing I love the most.” She knew that being a traveling troubadour and committing herself fully to music could be a dangerous choice. “In some ways, I wish I had done it sooner,” she says. “But I’m also glad I have the life experience to help fuel my songwriting and survive life on the road.” The highly charged emotional feel of “The Blue” derives in part from its exquisite layered harmonies – Wallace’s vocals joined by those of her father, mother, and brother. Known as “blood harmony,” when kinfolk sing together, it conveys a rapturous kind of purity and strength. That buoyancy radiates throughout Alice Wallace’s Into the Blue, lifting her listeners up, transporting them into the world of a seasoned troubadour looking back from a dream realized and dues paid without regret

Membership Drive Open-Theme Exhibit @ Cultural Alliance of Long Beach
Feb 9 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Membership drive!

The Cultural Alliance of Long Beach is hosting a group exhibition in Downtown Long Beach CA! This is an open call with open theme. We invite artists in different mediums to submit. 2D art such as drawings and paintings, photography, etc. Art must be ready to hang. 3D art such as sculptures will also be accepted!
To exhibit you must be have current membership, renew membership or sign up for a new membership.
Thank you for your submission!

( Opening during the 2nd Sat Art Walk, Second Saturday Art Walk, Long Beach Downtown Art Walk, Art Walk Saturday, Long Beach Art Walk, Etc)

Saturday January 9th 6pm-10pm
(with Live Music Acts TBA)
Artworks will remain on display for the month of February.


Monday Feb 4th. 4pm to 8pm,
(contact curator to arrange different time)

Also in conjunction with this art day:
*10am-1pm Free Music Class
*1pm-10pm Live open studio art by Yeyo Internacional Arte and guests artists with open invite to paint live!
CALB Open Studio Saturdays #6

-Cultural Alliance of Long Beach
Downtown Long Beach (Gallery)
737 Pine Ave Suite B Long Beach CA 908013
(Rear entrance/back of building with CALB Logo above door.)

Take advantage of CALB’s 50% off regular yearly membership dues! The reduces price for Membership Drive and Members Exhibition is $25 for up to two artworks accepted. Commission 10% of sold works.

*Note: You may also purchase reduced membership rate now even if you are not ready to exhibit during this show but would like to exhibit in future events

CALB is a non-profit organization supporting artists, musician, and all creative types and providing a platform to showcase in Long Beach.

Benefits include use of space, participation in member shows, solo shows, various events throughout Long Beach, and liability insurance coverage.
(*see membership application for more details).

Participating artists TBA!

Email submission to our curator:
Efren Luna ( ART, MUSIC & CULTURE )
[email protected] or
562- 756-3428

Celebrate the Power of Work Awards Dinner @ Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center
Feb 20 @ 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm

The 2019 Goodwill, Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County, Celebrate the Power of Work Awards Dinner is just around the corner. Mark your calendars and get ready for a night full of inspiration.

The awards event is organized each year to honor a special community leader as well as inspiring individuals who now lead successful careers through Goodwill SOLAC’s job programs.

The awards event also will recognize an Employer of the Year for its role in hiring graduates and other participants of Goodwill SOLAC’s job programs. In addition, a Community Partner of the Year will be awarded.

Popular radio personality Pat Prescott of 94.7 The Wave will host the event, which will be attended by local community and business leaders as well as the general public. Attendees will be able to peruse the event’s silent auction before taking their seats for the dinner and awards program.

The awards dinner will be held at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center. All proceeds from this memorable event will go toward funding Goodwill SOLAC’s mission: providing job training and placement programs for individuals facing barriers to employment.

To learn more information about the awards event, ticket or table costs and sponsorship levels, please visit

Sushi + Doobie Rolling Workshop @ Private Location in Culver City
Feb 23 @ 4:20 pm – 9:00 pm

Love will not only be in the air but in the food when Mary Jane University’s High Dining presents its signature Sushi + Doobie Rolling Workshop on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 4:20 pm in Culver City. The student body will be immersed in the finer points of rolling both cannabis joints and sushi during this educational foodie workshop. Scheduled instructors are sushi Chef Victor Miller and renown cannabis activist and author Keiko Beatie; live music from rapper MC Flow and DJ Jack Pharaoh also add cache to the curriculum. We’re bringin’ sexy back with an elective course with Ashley Manta: CannaSexual. Co-produced by the Banana Bros, makers of the OTTO.

High Dining is acclaimed for producing high culture, low-dose cannabis events which artfully intertwine refined cuisine with education and eclectic atmosphere. The Sushi + Doobie Rolling Workshop provides an entertaining twist on learning to cook in a socially relevant way – with cannabis education! “This event has all the ingredients for The Perfect Date Night: cannabis is an aphrodisiac which brings out the best in food,” states High Dining Chief Experience Creator Barbie Sommars. “The intent is not for everyone to get so stoned they go home and go to sleep – we want them to go home and make love! Cannabis enhances all the senses, including touch. Sushi is sexy, shiny and slippery. We want our students to learn how to tap into that love vibration!”

Your enROLLment (ticket) includes:

>Pass Appetizers
>Japanese tea, selected by Chef Victor
>Professional Education from Potfessor Keiko Beatie: Hands-on demonstration on how to roll a doobie, including choosing the right cannabis flower to pair with your meal, proper grind, rolling technique, etc.
>Professional Education from sushi Chef Victor Miller: Hands-on demonstration on how to roll a sushi roll (vegetarian option available), including a sushi history lesson, tips on where to find (and how to know if it’s good) fish, an understanding of dosing, choosing the right infusion to pair with your meal, preparing sushi rice, etc.
>Taste and smoke your labors
>Earn extra credit by taking The Art of Hand Sex elective course with Ashley Manta: CannaSexual
>LIVE entertainment served up by MC Flow and Jack Pharaoh
>Mary Jane University schools us on the OTTO, the world’s first mill, fill and chill machine. Make the perfect doobie every time. MJU Educators will be present and taking orders at the event.
>Sushi Pipes provided by Empire Glassworks
>Sushi rolling supplies so you may do your “homework”. All students leave with their origami crane, makisu (rolling mat), grinder, lighter, Empire Glassworks sushi pipe, gift bag and more.

The menu and infusion sponsors are to be announced

Students enter the classroom to a warm traditional Japanese greeting from hostess and doobie rolling instructor Beatie, receive an origami crane, indulge in optionally cannabis-infused appetizers and tea and choose their class position depending on their level of study – “Teachers’ Pets” in the first row get a special prize and extra attention from the rolling instructors. In order to preserve tradition and ensure proper instruction, students must be able to stand at their rolling tables during lessons.

After instruction in doobie rolling from Beatie, and a hands-on lesson from Chef Victor Miller on the fine art of sushi rolling, students may choose to learn more about high tech gadgets in cannabis consumption now available courtesy of the instructors at Mary Jane University, rap along with the formidable MC Flow and her new hit ‘Rollin’ Up’, and immerse themselves in the tide of sound design emanating from Long Beach’s Controllerist, Jack Pharaoh. Students may earn extra credit by taking Ashley Manta’s elective course on the art of hand sex. An optionally infused dessert course will be offered and final sponsors for the event will be announced in the coming weeks.

Sushi + Doobie’s distinguished professor Chef Victor Miller was born and raised in the beautiful city of Seward, Alaska surrounded by natural skyscrapers and bountiful waters. Chef Miller has made sushi for over half his life, gracing such high profile events as the Stanley Cup, NBA finals, America’s Cup, Grammys and X-Games. The Dalai Lama, Larry David and Bill Gates are just a few of his notable past patrons.

Founded in 2016 in California by a collective of cannabis activists, High Dining conjures artistic, engaging events featuring the cannabis-infused cuisine of specialized chefs, in both public and private realms. High Dining’s mission is to produce responsible, educational and enchanting cannabis fine dining experiences. Having been featured in Rolling Stone, High Times, San Francisco Chronicle and Palm Springs Life Magazine, Palm Springs California, High Dining is widely recognized for two ongoing signature events: the award-winning Moonlit Moveable Feast (Flower Moon) and The Sushi + Doobie Rolling Workshop.

Join the High Dining Club! Membership is free and comes with advanced notice of events, premier gift bags, recipes and more.

*Sponsorships available – please inquire at: [email protected]

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Mary Jane University – Cannabis with Class
Banana Bros – Makers of the Otto
Faerie Jane – Fine Cannabis inspired jewelry and accessories
Empire Glassworks

The event is in Culver City, CA. Exact address will be released to ticket holders 24 hours in advance. This event is strictly 21 and over.

Folk Rumble Sunday – hosted by Michael Ulbaldini @ Gallaghers Pub HB
Feb 24 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Sunday, February 24th 1-5 pm!!
“Folk Rumble Sunday” – what a Sunday afternoon this will be!! We are really excited and honored to be part of this line-up, which includes Michael Ulbaldini, Bobbo Byrnes, Colleen Kinnikinnick, Chris Cruz and Owen Wilberforce!! Come on out to Gallagher’s Pub in Huntington Beach to hear some of the best Folk and Americana music in Huntington Beach!!

#sparkyandtheancientmariner #gallagherspubhb #folkrumblesunday #outlawsoffolk #michaelulbadini #bobbobyrnes #colleenkinnikinnick #chriscruz #owenwilberforce
#sparkyandtheancientmarinermusic #satammusic #livemusic #bluesy #bluesy-grass #folk #bluesygrass #americana #singer-songwriter #country #harmony #duo #gig #contemporary #music #originalmusic #acousticguitar #mandolin #banjo #longbeach #costamesa #newportbeach #costamesa #huntingtonbeach #california #orangecounty #julian #featherriver #australia #wanttogotoaustraliasomeday

Smokefest 2 Barbecue Festival At Los Angeles Ale Works @ Los Angeles Ale Works
Mar 2 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Come on down to LA Ale Works in Hawthorne to eat some of the best barbecue in Los Angeles. LA Ale Works will be host five of the best BBQ pop-ups in LA. It will feature food from Bartz Barbecue, A’s BBQ, Kelly’s Barbecue, Meathead BBQ and The Barbacoa Boyz. Barbecue meats will include brisket, pulled pork, beef ribs, pastrami beef ribs, pastrami, chicken wings, Beef and cheddar sausage, pork sausage, pork ribs, bone-in pork belly, pork belly burnt ends, tri-tip, and turkey breast. Hustle and Dough will be providing doughnut and dessert for purchase.

This event is free to enter but we would appreciate everyone to get a ticket so we can judge how many people are attending. Vendors wil accept both credit card and cash for payment of food. The cost of food varies between vendors.

The event is for all ages, kids and dogs are welcome. Los Angeles Ale works will be making limited special beers for the event. Also games of Giant Jenga and Giant Connect Four will be available to play.

We will have a Brother Pines preforming starting at 2PM and DJ Sundy later in the night.

Irish Heritage Parade and Festival 2019-Zaferia District @ Zaferia
Mar 16 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

More Info to COME!!