The Gang is back! Join us Saturday, February 9th for a musical explosion! The musical genius of Bernie Larsen, Kevin McCormick, Karl Hunter, Eric Sullivan, and Robert Rachelli come together to give you original reggae, rock, and blues!
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist and producer bernie larsen has lived a charmed musical life for many years. He has recorded, toured, and produced an elite handful of artists most of which are Grammy Award recipients including Melissa Etheridge, Jackson Browne, Rickie Lee Jones, Lucinda Williams, and Public Enemy. He also spent six years as an original member of David Lindley’s legendary band El Rayo-X. He worked as producer and composer of music for films like "Friends With Money" starring Jennifer Aniston, and "Elsewhere" featuring Oscar nominated actress Anna Kendrick, and the soundtrack will be released this year through Immediate Music. He has put his stain on remixes and singles for artists like Low’s Alan Sparhawk and KCRW favorite West Indian Girl.His new solo record “Downward Dub", comprises of songs that range from dark wave to dub reggae to the track “Take Me In”, a minor key lilting reggae feel featuring the late, great Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Ian “Mac” McLagan on keyboards, and Lucinda Williams’ rhythm section.
Producer, musician and songwriter Kevin McCormick, who plays bass on tour with Crosby, Stills & Nash, has also worked with Jackson Browne, Melissa Etheridge, Bonnie Raitt, and Stephen Stills, among many others.
Karl Hunter is a Southern California based multi-instrumentalist, Studio Musician, Clinician and Music Educator. He is best known for being the featured saxophone soloist with The contemporary, multi Platinum selling, Grammy nominated, swing band "Big Bad Voodoo Daddy", of which he has been a member for 21 years.
Eric has had a professional music career since the age of 16 and studied at the New England Conservatory in Boston. He is the lead guitarist for Lissie and Radio Skies.
Robert Rachelli has made his name as one of Ventura County's best drummers, playing with an incredible amount of bands ranging from ska reggae, to jazz, to rock to blues.
This will be a night to remember and you won't want to miss! The music begins at 7:30, and there is a suggested donation of $20-$25 at the door.