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  • Vinyl keeps spinning in H.B shop

    Vinyl keeps spinning in H.B shop
    The late Doc Watson wailed over the speakers at the tiny record shop on Beach Boulevard, and like many a bluesman on the road, he was in the midst of a journey. Watson, one of America's most prolific roots musicians, died at the age of 89 a few days...
  • In The Pipeline: Dirty Heads clean up at Wahoo's

    In The Pipeline: Dirty Heads clean up at Wahoo's
    The musical roots and heritage of Huntington Beach were no doubt fortified when the Golden Bear started booking rock and roll acts in the 1960s. The Jan and Dean classic "Surf City" certainly fed the legacy, as did the old punk club Safari Sam's and a...
  • Greer's OC: Huntington event to raise funds for cystic fibrosis cure

    We want to see an end to cystic fibrosis for all who suffer from this deadly inherited disease, but also for our close friend's niece and my son's college roommate. Join legendary watermen Laird Hamilton and Dave Kalama, as well as more than a dozen...
  • Segerstrom Center program promises eclectic variety

    Segerstrom Center program promises eclectic variety
    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Jan. 13 will kick off its first-ever Off Center Festival, an eclectic nine-day program showcasing cutting-edge theater, music and dance, hip-hop, mash poetry and performance art. Aimed at drawing audiences that...
  • Spring concert blends school's bands

    Ocean View High School musicians will bring together pop hits and classical masterpieces at the school's Spring Music Concert on May 27. The concert will blend together the sounds of the Seahawks' choir, drum line, concert and jazz bands for a night of...
  • H.B. Open to draw crowds

    When Brad Keenan comes to town for the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Huntington Beach Open, there's always plenty of fanfare surrounding the local product. For the past three years that the 1999 Fountain Valley High graduate has played in the...
  • There's something about ukuleles

    "I think he played in Megadeth?" Shirley Orlando is thinking back to her days as the owner of Huntington Music at Goldenwest Street and Warner Avenue. For 26 years, she ran the place, and in addition to it being a music store, Shirley also used the...
  • Running on full

    No, they haven't met David Letterman. The members of the Huntington Beach-based band Runner Runner get that question a lot. After all, the King of Late Night played an indirect part in their rise to fame, and a Google search of the terms "David...
  • R.E.M. responds to an SOS

    R.E.M. responds to an SOS
    Bob Hawkins was strumming his guitar in front of a live audience at the Cliffs in Laguna Beach, celebrating Cinco de Mayo, when his heart attack hit. "I was playing the first note of the set and I felt kind of odd," he remembered. "I was becoming...
  • Beatles and bar mitzvahs

    Beatles and bar mitzvahs
    For Jason Feddy, if you bring passion to music, you'll bring soul. The local musician, who grew up in Leeds, England, has played for 14 years at the Sawdust Art Festival and Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach. He is known for his solo performances...
  • Guest conductor leads Honor Band Concert

    The Huntington Beach Union High School District presented its 29th annual Honor Band Concert on Feb. 6 in the auditorium at Huntington Beach High School. Guest conductor Robert Feller, an associate professor of music at Biola University, trumpet...
  • Music from and for his soul

    Music from and for his soul
    The men in Adam Lasher's family gave him the greatest gift — music. After his father died when he was 6, he missed having someone with whom to discuss cars, argue about sports or teach him how to tie a tie. Instead, his uncles and cousins...