700 West Donlon Street
Blythe, CA 92225
Phone: (760) 921-2626
Fax: (760) 921-2622
700 West Donlon Street Lovekin Blvd. & Donlon St., Blythe, CA, US, 92225
- Phone: (760) 921-2626
- Fax: (760) 921-2622
September 06, 2014 8:00 PM
Probably best known as the producer, star and writer of his eponymously-titled television sitcom, George Lopez is one of the more prominent Mexican-American comedians who isn't afraid to touch on subjects that some might consider taboo. The Los Angeles-based comedian got his start on the stand up circuit and shortly managed to build up enough steam for television insiders to notice him. With the sever lack of Mexican-American comedies on television, some thought that it was time to give Lopez a show of his own so he could latch on to a large demographic that has historically gone untapped. George Lopez premiered on ABC in 2002 and had a successful run of six seasons. After the show concluded in 2007, Lopez went on to host a short-lived talk show called Lopez Tonight. Though he can be found making cameo apparences in various television shows and movies, Lopez has gone back to performing the one thing that helped break him in the world of showbiz: stand-up comedy.
September 06, 2014 7:00 PM
September 13, 2014 8:00 PM
September 14, 2014 6:00 PM
After hard-rocker Craig Mabbitt left metalcore band Blessthefall, he started (and sang lead vocals for) The Word Alive as a side project to his other, perhaps better-known, group Escape the Fate. After bad blood and mixed messages, Mabbitt was replaced by Tyler "Telle" Smith, former bassist of the Greeley Estates. Now the rockers describe themselves as "more complete as a band" than ever, which can be heard in the confidence with which they bend, blend and push genres. The vocals switch from clean post-hardcore singing to deep, metalcore screaming with ease. Thus, after a history of band disputes and member replacements, Tyler Smith, Zach Hanson and Tony Pizzuti have established themselves as confident, settled, screaming rockers The Word Alive.
September 20, 2014 8:00 PM
Lead singer of the Supremes, successful solo artist and actress, shaper of the Motown/R&B sound the world knows of today are all accomplishments Diana Ross can list. During her 10 year reign as the Supremes' front woman, Diana Ross helped to shift Motown from it's Detroit roots to the world stage. Upon leaving the Supremes in 1970, Ross pursued her own solo career in music, while branching off into acting for film, television and Broadway. Garnering major recognition world-wide as a performer, in addition to 12 Grammy nominations, an Academy Award nomination and over 100 million records sold during her career--Diana's list of achievements is exhaustive to say the least. If you are not acquainted with Diana Ross, whom Billboard magazine named "Female Entertainer of the Century" in 1976, now's a better time than any for you to do so.
October 04, 2014 9:00 PM
Certain figures of the hip-hop genre seem to be intrinsically connected with the style of music even though they themselves have never been an extremely well known figurehead of the genre. One of these individuals is the West Coast rapper Warren G. He was part of a rap trio in the early 90s called 213 that also boasted Nate Dog and Snoop Dogg. With a connect to the hip-hop scene--his half-brother was Dr. Dre--Warren G introduced 213 to Death Row Records, who decided to sign Snoop Dogg, not the entire group. Thus, the group didn't really amount to much, but each of its members have gone on to have fairly respectable recording careers. Warren G's biggest commercial success came in 1994 with the song "Regulate." Despite not having a tremendously prolific career, Warren G tours quite frequently and contributes to well known rap acts on a fairly consistent basis.
October 10, 2014
The Joshua Tree Music Festival takes place twice a year, in spring and fall. Held on a piece of private land by a lake, the event gives its attendees a chance to enjoy global grooves amidst the natural wonders of the desert. Please note that it is hot during the day and cold at night.
October 11, 2014
As one of the youngest and most prodigious talents to emerge on the blues-rock scene in the latter part of the 20th Century, Kenny Wayne Shepherd has since cemented his status as a modern guitar icon. He was born and raised in Louisiana, where he spent much of his youth mimicking licks from Muddy Waters and B.B. King. Shepherd's immense talents are even more impressive upon learning that he's never taken a formal lesson in his life. The self-taught musician and songwriter has combined his love of Chicago blues with the sound of blues-rock stalwarts such as Stevie Ray Vaughan to create a catalog of music that resonates with several generations of listeners.