Burnt Palms is a bay-area surf punk trio hailing from the bay are and they are an artist that you oughta know. Their combination of the classic distorted guitars, fast drums, and perfect female lead vocals make for some of the best surf rock in the underground music scene in Northern California. They currently have two albums out and they both feature their fantastic musical blend with well-written lyrics about daily life and relationships. They currently have two shows coming up in Santa Cruz in January. One of their shows will be at the Crepe Place on the 21st and at Subrosa on the 24th. Check out their latest album, The Girl You Knew, on their bandcamp page and keep an eye out for their third album to be released later this year.
To further put off studying for finals last friday, I attended one of Bay Area rapper Lil B ‘The BasedGod’’s #veryrare concerts at The Catalyst. Well known in the Bay for his work in rap group The Pack (who opened for him), Lil B has reached a distinguished status in the rap game through his extensive online social media presence as well as his prolific free mixtape collection available on the web. Best known for his self invented musical subgenre ‘based’ music, Lil B continues to expand and innovate within the hiphop genre with his stream of consciousness lyrics and eccentric selection of beats.
Coming to the Rio Theatre this Saturday is Planet Cruz, a comedy/variety show dedicated to ‘keeping it weird’, will feature the music of “the Goddess of Soul” Tammi Brown and Peter Cor and the Planetoid Band; Rhan Wilson, Matt Bohn, and Kevin Di Noto.
The Comedians include:
Teresa Tudury , Don Reed as seen on HBO, Showtime, and The Tonight Show, Kellen Erskine, Dan St. Paul with “What’s Funny After 50?”, Sven Davis, Alan Heit , Ryan Coonerty , and Zach Friend .
The event will be hosted by Richard Stockton and there will be plenty of comedy sketches about the state of Santa Cruz for all the locals and neo-locals out there! Where else could a professional comedian space-cowboy come from? Only Santa Cruz!
For more information, Check out their promo video and http://planetcruzcomedy.com/ for all that Planet Cruz has to offer you!
KZSC invites you to tune in to our live broadcast of Toni Morrison’s sold out talk, “Literature and the Silence of Goodness,” which she will be delivering from the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz.
Morrison is a novelist, editor, and professor, best known for her novels Beloved, The Bluest Eye, Sula, and Song of Solomon. She has garnered acclaim for her epic power, ear for dialogue, and for her poetically-charged, expressive depictions of Black America. She won the Pulitzer Prize in 1988, the Nobel Prize in 1993, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2012.
Morrison will be introduced by UCSC Professor Angela Y. Davis.
This is a sold-out show, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear Toni Morrison! We’ll have it live on The Great 88 on Saturday October 25th from 4 to 5 pm.
Support KZSC and catch a multi-media musical theatre biography of the Beatles!
100% of the ticket price goes to support KZSC.
Where? The Heritage Theatre in Campbell.
When? Monday, October 20 at 7:30 pm.
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They portray the Fab Four with tight harmonies, flawless note for note renditions of Beatles hits, custom–tailored costumes, and precise attention to every detail. These four premier Beatles tribute musicians also recreate the wit and charm of the Beatles, including the Fab Four’s cheeky personalities, familiar onstage banter and patter between songs. More than just a Beatles tribute concert, In My Life gives the audience a chance to “be there” at pivotal moments in the extraordinary career of the Beatles – from Liverpool’s legendary Cavern Club, to the Ed Sullivan Show, Shea Stadium’s 50,000 + screaming fans and their final live performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corp offices.
The multi-media musical plays at The Heritage Theatre in Campbell on Monday, October 20 at 7:30 pm. The Milpitas High School String Quartet will perform with the show!
If you buy from us, 100% of your Premier-level ticket price goes to support community radio and KZSC–the home of Here, There and Everywhere.