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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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May 11 / New Kid In Town: Anthony Cullins at Fallbrook Live

San Diego has a long history of great guitarists living in the county. Jazz icons like Barney Kessell and Peter Sprague, rock legends like...

April 26 / Singing the Blues with S. Mathias

Blues fans won’t want to miss S. Mathias & The Honeycombs appearing at the De Oro Mine Co. on April 26. “The blues is...

In The Studio

Alvino & The Dwells: the instrumental / surf trio are wrapping up recordings for a new EP at Sixty Cycle Humming Bird Studio, following...

Tour News

-(16)- : will perform at the Mutants of the Monster Festival held in in Little Rock, AK June 7-9. Black Market III:  head on out...

Brogue Wave

The band will release their aptly titled album, Brogue Wave Live with a CD release show at The Belly Up Tavern on May 19.

Cindy Lee Berryhill

Following the success of her latest album, The Adventurist, Omnivore Records will be reissuing Berryhill’s earlier albums, beginning with “Garage Orchestra” (1994) in August...

Jason Mraz

It’s been a good year for Mraz. He sings lead vocals on “Miracle,” the first single from Alan Parsons new album, The Secret. Meanwhile,...

GLOW on May 11, 2019 You Won’t Want to Miss This...

DEL MAR FAIRGROUNDS 2260 JIMMY DURANTE BLVD How you can sign up today to be a part of Night Nation Run By: Amaris Wayman There’s going to be...

Tiger! Tiger!

Fans of sixties-era music will want to check out Vixen, a DJ led event taking place at Bar Pink on April 6. “It’s an...

May 18 / The Dickies return to San Diego

Manic tongue in cheek punk band, The Dickies return to San Diego for a show at the Soda Bar on May 18. Formed in...

May 11 / New Kid In Town: Anthony Cullins at Fallbrook...

San Diego has a long history of great guitarists living in the county. Jazz icons like Barney Kessell and Peter Sprague, rock legends like...

April 26 / Singing the Blues with S. Mathias

Blues fans won’t want to miss S. Mathias & The Honeycombs appearing at the De Oro Mine Co. on April 26. “The blues is...
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Bart Mendoza

Bart Mendoza is a music journalist who has written for numerous local and international publications, starting with KICKS Magazine in the late 1970’s, going on to pen stories for publications such as the San Diego Union Tribune, Axcess Magazine, Shindig and many more. Mendoza has a unique vantage point on music, having worked in various aspects of the business. He has helped stage numerous festival’s and events, including “New Sounds” during the 1980’s. As a musician he toured the world in the 1980’s with Manual Scan, the 90’s with The Shambles and currently performs with True Stories. Meanwhile, for over a dozen years, he worked for Capitol Records, as well as Motown, Angel, Chrysalis and others. A tireless supporter of San Diego’s local music community, Mendoza shines a spotlight on the area’s musicians and concerts, across eras and genres.