TONIGHT:Hopefully some of our West Coast Readers can take advantage of this invitation:
Here are details on a magical musical event happening tonight ... at the Roxy. Please join us if you are available.
Feel free to forward the below to anyone you want for a free spot on the guest list.
Thanks for spreading the word. All that we need are names for the guest list, and if they would like an actual invitation sent to them, we would need their email addresses.
Everyone should RSVP to me or Sara directly (below):
Craig Hyman - email@example.com
Sara Greene - firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a cool bit of information in regards to SOME of what will happen at the show this Friday night:
The Music of Gene Clark And LOVE Will Be Honored By
Special Guests During Rare Tribute Set At The ROXY In L.A.
On April 29, High Moon Records will celebrate its label launch and upcoming release of LOVE'S 1973 'Black Beauty' and Gene Clark's 1977 'Two Sides To Every Story’ with a one-time-only concert at the Roxy in Los Angeles.
During the concert, Clark's son Kai Clark and the Kai Clark Band will perform 'Two Sides' in its entirety and a full set of Gene Clark songs, and the surviving members of the LOVE Black Beauty Band will perform never-before-heard live versions of songs from Arthur Lee’s lost masterpiece ‘Black Beauty.’
Special surprise guests will perform throughout the night and include the surviving members of the Gene Clark Group (Chip Douglas, Joel Larson and Bill Rinehart) who will reunite for the first time in over 40 years and be joined by Kai Clark, Tim Bluhm of the Mother Hips, Stephen Ehret of Wildflower and famed rock photographer Henry Diltz of Modern Folk Quartet. The event is hosted by Jim Ladd of KLOS and sponsored by LA Weekly and Music Connection
I hope to see you at the show this Friday night.
re: AND TOMORROW NIGHT:
Freddy “Boom Boom” Cannon will be interviewed on the nation’s most listened to oldies show this Saturday night, April 30th, on New York’s Powerhouse 50,000 watt signal 77/WABC, with a signal that booms into 38 states. The interview will also be streamed on WABC’s website: http://www.wabcradio.com
Air Talent Mark Simone will interview Freddy at about 8:15pm (NY time) about how his music influenced the Rolling Stones early in their career. . .the night Elvis Presley came to see him perform in Las Vegas. . .his history with Dick Clark ... and his new love of drawing pencil portraits of celebrities, which can be seen on his website:
-- Tom Cuddy
And, speaking of Freddy Cannon ... and Tom Cuddy ... sounds like Freddy's got lots of brand new drawings up on his site for the world to see ...
PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT THESE NEW DRAWINGS I JUST DID.
TOM CUDDY THINKS THEY ARE PHOTOGRAPHS. LOL
PLEASE PUT THEM UP ON YOUR SITE
THANK YOU SINCERELY!
FREDDY "BOOM BOOM" CANNON