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Sunday, September 30, 2012


If you are looking for some shows/concerts with great live entertainment, here are a few to put on your concert calendar before the new year:

My good friends at the East L.A Revue have put together a fabulous show at my favorite venue, Nick's Taste Of Texas in Covina, California. Not only will you get a great show with a large dance floor but the food they serve is to die for. Do I need to mention the "killer" adult beverages.

On October 20, 2012 you will be treated to some of the finest in Latin rhythms, soul, salsa, rhythm & blues, funk, jazz & oldies but goodies. Performing that night are Tracy, CA's very own Kool Katz Band. Also on the bill are The Recessions Band from Los Angeles. You will also enjoy the "old school" sound of Freddie G & The Smooth Response Band. Special guest musician Dale Villavicencio from Tierra will also be on stage.

The show is hosted by "The Al Capone Of The Microphone" Frankie Firme and my main man "The Suave Grooves" dee jay Chico Manqueros, both from the East LA Revue.

Please support The East LA Revue and have yourself a wonderful night.

On Saturday night November 24,2012, Nicks Taste Of Texas brings back a band that mixes the Eastside Sound and the Westside Sound, Los Fabulocos. Also on the bill are The Blazers and special guest, Moonlight Trio..

On December 1, 2012 Radio station Hot 92.3 presents their Winter Wonder Jam Concert. It is the 3rd annual Chicano Soul Legends Live In Concert show at the Gibson Ampitheater in Los Angeles, CA. This years line-up includes:

THEE MIDNITERS With Special Guest

Little Willie G

El Chicano

Joe Bataan

Malo with Jorge Santana

Rene Y Rene

Ralfi Pagan Tribute

The Latino's

Big Jay McNeely

Joe Bravo


I have attended the previous two shows and I can tell you that you won't want to miss this one. The set performed by Little Willie G alone is woth the price of admission. Added to this years show are Big Jay McNeely and The Latinos. Get your tickets early!!


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