6pm to 6:30pm--- Steve Bie
Steve plays an eclectic mix of folk, unplugged rock, and singer-songwriter material, including both songs of joy and songs of struggle.
6:30 to 7pm---Luanne Behm and Malcolm Orrall
Luanne and Malcolm are longtime friends and musical collaborators who joined forces recently to create this guitar based singer-songwriter duo, and are drawing increased attention for their emotionally powerful vocal blend and rich harmonies.
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7:00 to 7:30---Garret Swayne
Garret Swayne has become an eminent figure in the LA music scene in recent years. Was the creator and host of the MainStreet Songwriters Showcase, during that time he had been a driving force in the emergence of a real songwriter community in LA. He is also widely recognized as a master song craftsman himself and an extraordinary folk artist. His songs and stories reveal a profound intellect, but at the same time, they resonate with a full palette of deep emotionality. The combination is immensely appealing songs that run the gamut from deeply wrought ballads of inner revelation; to hilarious satires of popular culture; to whimsical tales of love and redemption. A compelling lyricist and an elegant tunesmith, you usually leave a Garret Swayne show touched in some way...and with his songs resounding pleasantly in your head on the way home...
7:30pm to 8pm--- Bryan Chan slide/blues www.scvblues.org
Playing in the Delta Blues style with his own thought processes involved. Always trying to achieve the goal of giving blues music the heart, soul and respect it deserves. Competed at the 2009 International Blues Challenge in Memphis TN.
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8pm to 8:30pm--- Jimmy Angel, Peter Lovio and Shaun Lovio
High school classmate of Elvis Presley. Professional Baseball player with the New York Yankees organization. Adopted son of notorious New York crime family boss. As a teen Idol he had many hits. Many friends over the years include, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Pat Boone, Roy Orbison, Richie Valens and many more. Has lived in Japan and performed for several decades. Performed for sold out crowds at the Tokyo dome many times. Up coming motion Picture in development based on his life. (AVMPICS.COM)
High school friend and band mate of Frank Zappa. Was in Frank's first band in high school (Blackouts) and Omens)(Captain Beefheart) and many other bands. Was taught saxophone by cousin (Chuck Rio, The Champs) (Tequila) at the age of 12 yrs and has been playing music since then. Loves Playing blues, trying to keep the blues alive
Also backing up Jimmy Angel, Taught by grandfather (Peter Lovio) since he was 13,,Competed in the 2009 Battle of the blues with grandfather Peter. Now composing and writing music with his sister of various types of music
8:30pm to 9pm--- Harrison Leonard
Harrison has been playing guitar for 15 years. He is an eclectic player, with backgrounds in a number of different playing styles, including rock, jazz and fusion, classical, and country flat-picking. In addition he also plays bass, drums, and piano. For the last 7 years He has been the guitarist in a progressive rock group called The Source. They have written and released two full-length albums of original music, which have sold upwards of 10,000 units around the world without the help of a distributor or label. They are currently working on music for a third record, and plan to begin recording next year.
9pm to 9:30pm--- Lee Michael
Lee had to cancell.
9:30pm to 10pm---Jon Walton,Tony Carafone and Ian Gothe
Jon Keith Walton and Tony Carafone first met and admired each others music at an open Mic night hosted by Dale La Duke. Since then they have been playing together as often as possible. Tony Carafone brings a wonderful jazz soul that blends with Jon's acoustic story songs and upbeat instrumentals. Recently they have added the talents of another open Mic friend, Ian Gothe, who intertwines his flute into Jon and Tonys music, creating a truly unique, Jazz-Blues-Island-country groove. They call themselves, "U no U". Many of the Beehive regulars have seen them develop the sound they are chasing over the last few months at Kulaks Woodshed, Olde Towne Cafe, and Lulu's.