Articles Tagged With ‘Music’




Gipsy Kings at Avila Beach, part one

The Gipsy Kings helped usher in Mothers Day with a mix of flamenco guitar and rumba rhythm at Avila Beach Golf Resort on Sunday. Originally formed from two bands of brothers from France, the Gipsy Kings are an international phenomenon.... (Continue reading)

Pozo Saloon Stampede on Sunday April 25th

Performing at the Pozo Saloon is somewhat of a rite of passage in the country music world; singers such as Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam and the Charlie Daniels Band have played there. Merle Haggard, dressed casually in a brown T-shirt,... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly Pomona Jazz Band, The Blues Walk

The Cal Poly Pomona Jazz Band showcases Jeanette Lawler in The Blues Walk (Clifford Brown 1954) In Recognition of Black History Month and the Significance of Blues Music to American Culture, the Winter show featured Blues in its various forms.... (Continue reading)

My brother decided he wanted to sing

By ALICIA PRISKE CASHMAN I have this brother, Warren. He was the typical bratty younger brother who would beat me at checkers, chess, and poker. I pretty much dominated him until I was ten years old and he could not... (Continue reading)

Concert Review: Elton John and Billy Joel

BY DAVID CONGALTON The Elton John-Billy Joel “Face 2 Face” concert tour has been the largest grossing act on the circuit for the last few years, and it’s not tough to understand why. Take the two top pop piano players... (Continue reading)

Elvis is entering the building

We don’t know if this is Cal Poly Arts’ way of apologizing for the Judy Tenuta New Year’s Eve concert, or not. But tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. for the iconic Elvis Costello, showing up for a... (Continue reading)