At The Wallis in Beverly Hills– music, dance & great performances

This Autumn the Los Angeles theater scene was launched with a big “bang, bang” thanks to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presenting the ultra-impressive For ... Continue Reading →

The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band

Mick Fleetwood is undoubtedly amazed at the peaks and valleys, the twists and turns his drumming career has traveled. He has lately been bringing it full circle. Starting out in a blues ... Continue Reading →

Kiefer Sutherland rocks! …& is presidential too

Get ready for the wish fulfillment series of the season, with actor-singer Kiefer Sutherland as the President of the United States in the exciting new drama Designated Survivor, premiering ... Continue Reading →

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical: Stephen Sondheim Theatre NYC

Disproving the theory that there are no second acts in America, Beautiful artfully unfolds the story of Carole King. King went from unknown success writing hit songs for other singers ... Continue Reading →

Sinatra’s favorite “saloon comedian” Tom Dreesen in spotlight as PPB honoree

One great entertainer, comedian Tom Dreesen stood in the spotlight on stage for about 90 minutes mesmerizing the folks gathered in the Sportsmen’s Lodge ballroom last month in Studio ... Continue Reading →

Jayhawks Return to Solana Beach

The Belly Up has long been a favorite venue for the band from Minnesota. They have landed here in various incarnations over the years, including one gig that was billed simply as Mark ... Continue Reading →

Jayhawks Swooping Back into Southern California

On the wings of an excellent new album, the Minnesotan quartet has several dates scheduled in Southern California: Belly Up in Solana Beach (7/24) and Fonda Theatre in LA (7/26). Both ... Continue Reading →

Van Morrison – It’s WAAAAY Too Late To Stop Now Volumes II, III, IV & CD

One of the great live albums of all time has been multiplied exponentially. When this album surfaced originally in 1973, it marked a period of transition for Van Morrison. He had assembled ... Continue Reading →