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Ruby Free / Evan Stone and the Translucent Ham Sandwich Band / Crystal Radio / The Blue Dolphins / The Wild Fires

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Ruby Free / Evan Stone and the Translucent Ham Sandwich Band / Crystal Radio / The Blue Dolphins / The Wild Fires
Thursday, November 05, 2015 8:45 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Two item minimum
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  • Ticket Price: $12.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
    Two items minimum
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  • Ruby Free

    Ruby Free

    Somewhere, deep in the valley, just northwest of Los Angeles, lives a family. Together they grow tomatoes, grapes, and very large lemons.They have visitors from time to time like raccoons, snakes, coyotes, and possums. They also have a little husband and wife band called Ruby Free. The players are Rick Hromadka and Lisa Cavaliere. Rick hails from veteran LA power pop bands Double Naught Spies and Maple Mars.Lisa is an ex-choir girl, whose unique vocal stylings bring to mind Suzanna Hoffs. Their debut album "Introducing Ruby Free" is a delicious blend of Paul and Linda McCartney melodies and sunny "Laurel Cyn" harmonies, producing a familiar yet new distinctive sound. The upbeat theme of the album captures a band not taking itself too seriously, and living in the moment. A three time Emmy Award winning sound editor and mixer, singer/songwriter/producer Rick Hromadka took a lo-fi approach to the production, and the songs echo tones of 1970's radio. Pulling back on "the gloss" was key! Lisa, who comes from a family of singers, adds a delicate female perspective to songs like Bongos And Beards, Deep In Valley, and Three Cheers For The Sun God. Her lead vocal on the infectious "Tiny Stars" hallmarks her range.

  • Evan Stone & The Translucent Ham Sandwich Band

    Evan Stone & The Translucent Ham Sandwich Band

    Imagine getting up in front of a live crowd with your favorite musical kindred spirits and winging it musically for an hour and a half? A funky sonic tsunami born out of creative adventurous, Evan Stone and the Translucent Ham Sandwich Band have done just that for several years on the southern California club circuit, wowing audiences with their Psychedelic/Funk/Rock/Prog/Avant Garde/Jazz musical musings and Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable visuals.  It's a genre meshing extravaganza of experimental shenanigans that has no immediate comparison.

     

    Now Stone is poised to unleash their squawky perambulations and angst filled ruminations to the world. Their debut album, Music From The Future, features 21 fully realized tracks sure to raise eyebrows and have jaws hitting the floor. Expansive and discursive, the listener is quite likely to wonder what is going on here musically in the world of The Translucent Ham Sandwich Band, but that's Stone's ultimate goal. Equal parts jam and improv, (think Ornette Coleman playing with Captain Beefhart's Magic Band), the record opens by establishing a palpable sense of uneasiness (flies buzzing, dogs barking, phones ringing, radio static) that permeates this sometimes abrasively bizarre, decidedly discordant and challenging musical schematic. Stone's timely social commentary and razor sharp observations, sometimes resembling psychotic rants, weave in and out of the entire presentation, with enough guffaws and slam style poetry along the way to be worth the price of admission. 

     

     

     

  • The Wildfires

    The Wildfires

  • Crystal ~ Radio

    Crystal ~ Radio

  • The Blue Dolphins

    The Blue Dolphins

    The Blue Dolphins are a Los Angeles-based songwriting duo composed of singer/songwriter Victoria C. Scott and two-time Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer Alfonso G. Rodenas. Characterized by beautiful melodies, tight harmonies and an uplifting positive mood, their musical style embraces Folk, Pop and Rootsy Rock with a unique timeless quality. 

    Band Members: Victoria Scott - singer/songwriter; Alfonso Rodenas - producer/engineer

Set Times:
  • 08:45 PM - The Wildfires
  • 09:30 PM - Ruby Free
  • 10:15 PM - Crystal ~ Radio
  • 11:15 PM - The Blue Dolphins
  • 12:15 AM - Evan Stone & The Translucent Ham Sandwich Band

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