Based in Los Angeles since 1997, Matt DeMerritt plays sax, flute, keys, percussion and melodica and has devoted his career to an exploration of music within many styles and mediums. In addition to composing and playing his own music he has been a busy session and backup musician touring with the likes of Macy Gray, De La Soul, Talib Kweli, Rakim, Ghostface Killah, Brother Ali, Redman, Pharoahe Monch, Dakah Hip Hop Orchestra, Orgone, Breakestra, Brazzaville, and Allen Stone. more Matt DeMerritt
Radio Venice #24 featuring Matthew DeMerritt, Dylan Meek and Sedric Perry
Sunday, March 20, 2016
4:20pm – 6:00pm in PST
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“Hi, my name is Kenny Cederholm and I grew up in Redondo Beach, CA. All my songs are from life experience so you can feel what I feel. I am so happy to release what’s in my head to show the world. I am truly grateful to all of my listeners, so thank you very much. more Kenny C
Tammy Cash has lived in Venice Beach since 2001 and her bungalow (Alec Baldwin lived there during the 80s) has been featured in various reality TV shows on Animal Planet, VH1 etc… Tammy was born at Ft. Belvoir, Alexandria, VA near DC while her father served at the Pentagon in Intelligence/Communications and received the Bronze Star for ground operations against hostile forces. She grew up in Arkansas, in the Bible Belt, singing and dancing and enjoying the freedoms her father fought for. Tammy is an in-law of the Johnny Cash family.
“Call me an in-law, call me an outlaw. I’m Tammy Cash, dammit!”
Tater Cat is new to Venice Beach; a Hermosa Beach transplant. Tater Cat grew up in Boston, playing bass for the hard-core punk band Insult. He’s now playing country guitar for Tammy Cash.
The duo met in 2010 at the LA Comedy Awards when they both were producing public access talk shows in their respective cities. They can play “Ode To Billie Joe” and maybe a lick or two from a song they are currently writing called “You Set My Crotch On Fire” a spoof comedy spin on Johnny Cash’s “Ring Of Fire.