The Lighthouse Cafe has been a mainstay of jazz in Hermosa Beach for more than 70 years, with legendary artists such as Charlie Parker, Miles Davis and Chet Baker performing at the iconic club that also served as a setting for the 2016 musical “La La Land,” starring Ryan Gosling.
Kevin Kawano and Matt Lau were roommates while attending UC Santa Cruz when they bonded and took a brave leap to focus on music.
The country rock band Feed the Kitty has spent more than a decade paying their dues as they've performed dozens of gigs every year at South Bay spots such as Bottle Inn, H.T. Grill, Bouzy Gastropub, Dia de Campo and Baleen.
Manhattan Beach native Max Cohen drives for Lyft as an income source while he pursues a career in music. On the cover of his first EP, “High Intellect Low Income,” Cohen, a.k.a. Mr. Max, is seen driving the streets of Los Angles with a passenger.
Belgium-born DJ/producer Kill Frenzy (kill_frenzy) comes to Tower 12 in Hermosa Beach Tuesday, Aug. 6, beginning at 9 p.m., for Trop House night as an “homage to high energy house and techno.”
The hot musical summer continues for the South Bay as the lineup for the newly enhanced Hermosa Beach Summer Series is announced with more than a dozen bands performing on the sand during two consecutive weekends on Aug.17-18 and 24-25.
A year before comedian Drew Lynch took the stage before the judges on “America's Got Talent,” he performed 500 shows in one year to “get comfortable in every single environment.”
Max Cohen embarked last year on a 10-day Birthright Israel trip, a free journey for 18 to 32 year olds with Jewish heritage to discover their culture and explore various issues of Jewish life. That was part of a more than two month trip to Europe to clear his head, get in touch with his root…