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Radio Venice S06.E11 – Sunday, October 15

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Radio Venice … Fine Music
Weekly Live Webcast from Breakwater Studios
in Venice, California …

Radio Venice S06.E11 Musical Guests

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Evan Hatfield

Evan Hatfield is a multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Visalia, California. Evan started studying classical Indian music and the raga system at the age of 19 years old in the lineage of Ravi Shankar. His unique blend of western and eastern flavors create an incredible array of sounds and textures that have wowed audience throughout the west coast of the United States. Evan Hatfield’s mission is to create peace in the hearts and minds of all who hear the beautiful sounds of his sitar and energetic vibrations of his music.

Evan Hatfield on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S06.E11 – October 15, 2017

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Milo Gonzalez

Milo Gonzalez is a guitarist and contortionist from Venice Beach, California. Being a self-taught classical and flamenco style guitarist, and the step-child of the legendary punk rock bass player Chuck Dukowski of Black Flag, Gonzalez’s music derives influence as much from guitar masters such as Paco De Lucia, Vicente Amigo, Andres Segovia, and Leo Brouwer, as it does from modern day heavy rock/metal, and psychedelic music, such as Black Sabbath, Jimi Hendrix, Radiohead, and The Mars Volta. more Milo Gonzalez »

Michael Jost

Michael’s music is a journey in time and space fueled by his passion for music and his instrument. His main instrument is the guitar, embracing all the different colors and emotions. Michael’s influences are very multicolored & involve different styles, continents and time periods.

Live or in the studio … expect to be surprised. more Michael Jost »

Radio Venice S06.E10 – Sunday, October 8

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Radio Venice … Fine Music
Weekly Live Webcast from Breakwater Studios
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Radio Venice Musical Guests

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The Strands

The Strands, formed in late 2011, have been gaining critical acclaim with their genre defying sound that they like to call Artisanal. With an emphasis on thoughtful and provocative lyrics The Strands groove as lead singer, British Soul Singer Amanda Campbell, delivers their original material with passion and style. Campbell, along with other band members has recorded with one of rock and roll’s greats, Andy Johns.

On lead guitar is Richard Green, playing elegant and restrained rhythms and solos. Richard Green is a seasoned music veteran who has played the L.A. nightclub and recording scene for many years. Green studied music at Cal State University with renowned saxophone and flute player, Buddy Collett, and has toured nationally and recorded with The Whispers. In 2007 Green was inducted into the West Coast Blues Hall of Fame. A force of energy onstage, while performing Green grooves with his hands, body and soul.

On keys and background vocals is pianist, composer, songwriter, teacher and poet, Susan Ferrari. Susan has been playing music all her life. She was taught by her grandmother to read music at an early age, and was forming garage bands in her teens. While getting a graduate degree in music composition at Northwestern University, she studied computer music, and at the New England Conservatory, under noted jazz pianist Ran Blake Ferrari began her mastery of contemporary improvisation. In Chicago, Ferrari wrote music for Lookinglass Theater, performed regularly at new music venues, as well as in the poetry band Brass Orchid, and recorded with Dinky Dawson and Andy Johns. Ferrari’s smart, poetic lyrics, keyboard virtuosity and gorgeous vocal harmonies distinguish her work.

On bass is Strands’ founder, Paul Campbell. Paul studied bass primarily with band member and bass master, Richard Green. In 2011, his vision streamlined the band into the tight-knit and provocative band that makes up The Strands today.

Joining The Strands on drums for their L.A. gigs, is local legend Lance Tamanaha, who has been holding down the groove since he was 12 years old.

The Strands are a treat to hear and to watch.

The Strands on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S06.E10 – October 8, 2017

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lovemando

Previously, lovemando comprised one half of the eclectic folk duo, Ketchup Soup.

Now, he has a new project under his own name. Freshly committed to translate his pared down guitar riffs and broad-range vocals to new heights, he is looking for additional cohorts to breathe life into many new songs.

lovemando on Radio Venice

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