Presenting the beautiful traditional music of South America, especially that of the native people of the Andes region.
1950’s Elvis Show – Originally from the Pacific Northwest, where he was an air-personality at the top 40 FM radio station Z-FUN 106 and a drummer, Scot has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. While pursuing his career as a musician/actor (and having been a musician and a big Elvis fan all of his life) he started doing a 1950s’ era Elvis show as a way to survive the lean times.
This contemporary jazz band has been in demand at all the top jazz clubs and festivals on the west coast. SONYA JASON’S horn playing is melodic and moody, with fire and passion, that is something special to experience. With such talent she is destined to join the upper echelon of contemporary jazz musicians.
If you think you’ve heard it all, here is an artist to check out! LORI ANDREWS single handedly, no….double handedly, redefines the possibilities of the harp and turns it into a funky jazz instrument. She’s the rhythm, the bass, the melody, all intertwined in a way that you just have to see and hear to believe.
In 2008, the RCC “Marching Tigers” celebrated its 25th Anniversary. The Marching Tigers have been the lead unit in the Tournament of Roses Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Fiesta Bowl Parade and Hollywood Christmas Parade. The Marching Tigers have also performed at four of the five Disney Theme parks as well as being the only […]