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Guitar Workshop Plus returns to San Diego's Music education program.

Guitar Workshop Plus returns to San Diego

On June 16-21, 2019 for a fourth edition, Located at the historic Lafayette Hotel in North Park. "We're really happy with this location," said event...
Gary Heffern

Gary Heffern’s Farewell

Few musicians from San Diego County have had the impact of Gary Heffern. He was more than just the singer in a band. As...

Six String Society’s Mardi Gras Cruise

There will be a taste of New Orleans in Mission Bay on March 9 when the Six String Society presents their Third Annual Mardi...

SDMA Americana and Singer-Songwriter Showcase at Navajo Live

Americana and singer-songwriter fans will want to head to Navajo Live for their San Diego Music Awards showcase on March 8. The line-up will...

Six String Society’s Mardi Gras Cruise

There will be a taste of New Orleans in Mission Bay on March 9 when the Six String Society presents their Third Annual Mardi...

SDMA Americana and Singer-Songwriter Showcase at Navajo Live

Americana and singer-songwriter fans will want to head to Navajo Live for their San Diego Music Awards showcase on March 8. The line-up will...

SDMA Showcase with The Spice Pistols, Parker Meridian and more at Bar Pink

The San Diego Music Awards (SDMA) take place on March 11 at the House of Blues but first there will be a number of...

Celebrating 50 Years of Jethro Tull: Martin Barre at The Museum of Making Music

Former Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre stops in at the Museum of Making Music for an impressive two night stand, March 06-07. Barre was...

South Bay is in the spotlight on March 2

Music from South Bay is in the spotlight on March 2 at the South Bay Rockers show being held at the Chula Vista Memorial...
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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.