Witucky Derby is an American singer-songwriter with influences from folk, funk, soul, rhythm & blues with a bit of reggae and rock & roll. Lead singer and multi-instrumentalist, Kevin J Witucki, is currently writing, recording and performing in Los Angeles, California.
His music crosses many genres and musical findings, with influences such as Led Zeppelin and the Beatles, Witucky Derby uses harmonies and sometimes simple structures to conform his tunes into the little gems they are. With songs written about freedom and gun control, relationship problems and solutions, be sure to keep an eye out for new music from this powerful singer-songwriter.
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Featuring DJ Ty.
DJ Ty inspires a smooth, live mix featuring the legends of music and the interpretations of their music, in the form of covers, remixes and remakes; spanning an eclectic range of obscure and mainstream genres, DJ Ty reintroduces and re-inspires the favorites of music lovers from all walks of life.
DJ Ty is a legend himself in the LA marketplace, as the sought after DJ of our times. His multi-media shows in the hottest nightspots are unique as the music sets he spins. He is considered to be on of the most versatile spinners, making a wide spectrum of music to flow.
Stanley “The Baron” Behrens was born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y. started playing harmonica at the age of five. Stanley went to high school on Long Island. He played music with a blue eyed soul band back in the mid 60’s. Stanley was drafted into the US Army in May of 1967 and spent 2 years on active duty playing his harmonica during Vietnam era. Stationed at Fort Bragg NC Stanley played in a blues rock band 6 nights a week. more Stanley Behrens»
Bambi Feel Good (born Amberlin Morse) is a muti-instrumentalist, producer and composer from Long Beach, CA.
She is the granddaughter of DJ Still Bill who spun local SoCal venues from the ’70s until his death. He passed down his love of music to Bambi’s mother who worked at the now defunct Music Plus record store. Before she was born, Bambi’s father had an opportunity to break into the music industry but his moment fell through.
A huge poster of Sade’s Stronger Than Pride album cover hung in the bedroom of Bambi’s parents. The radio dial was always set on hip-hop, r&b, soul, pop, new wave, quiet storm and smooth jazz.
Her first instrument was violin which she quit in the third grade. Next, she picked up the keyboard which she quit after two lessons.
When Bambi was 13, she saved money from picking strawberries outside of Seattle to buy her first guitar.
She began gigging in Los Angeles in 2008 and is focused on her solo EP. She is also a member of an Afro Latin band called Tropi Corillo and is the front woman for the Venice Beach duo Bambi + Felix. She has played many music festivals including South By Southwest and the Abbot Kinney Festival.
The Aliens were formed at the request of David Catching (guitar player for Queens of the Stone Age/Eagles of Death Metal) to open up for his band Earthlings? at The Opium Den in Hollywood in November of 1998.
Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age, Eagles of Death Metal, Them Crooked Vultures) was in the audience of that first gig and requested The Aliens adjourn with him out to The Rancho De La Luna recording studio in Joshua Tree, California to take part in a series of recordings he had been doing called The Desert Sessions. The Aliens were featured in Desert Sessions Volume 6.
This illustrious beginning started a career of playing such unorthodox venues as a whore house, funeral, several rumbles (that is, appearances that turned into rumbles), many desert generator parties, and a summer residency at a transvestite/butch dyke bar.
The Aliens That Ate Hollywood are currently touring the Universe and were last seen playing at a hole in the wall on the outskirts of Uranus.
The Aliens were delighted when asked to make an appearance (abduction) at Radio Venice TV.
Maestro Aloke Dasgupta is among the most outstanding and original sitar players in the North Indian classical style. With his mature style and compositions all his own and traditional music what he learn from great maestros, he draws the memory back nostalgically to the past greats of sitar, while at the same time revealing an awareness of contemporary, international movements, such as Jazz, new-age and world music.
After studying with his late uncle Binoy Dasgupta starting at the age of eleven, he became a student of Pundit Jogesh Bannerjee, Professor Shiba Prasad Chakraborty, Smt.Kalyani Roy and finally the renowned master Late Ustad Ali Akbar Khan. more Maestro Aloke Dasgupta»