Jun 3, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Presented By: 103.9 RXP

Day: Monday, June 3, 2013
Door Time: 7:00 PM
Age: All Ages
Advance Ticket Price: $12
Day Of Show Price: $14
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The Mowgli's
 Five childhood friends from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, augmented by 3 mid-western transplants, The Mowgli's are a quintessential California band. Inspired by the magnetism of San Francisco, the grind of Los Angeles and the serenity of the Big Sur Coast, their songs are a joyous revival of rock n' roll, a twisting indie-folk dance and a heartfelt protest ballad.

     Sliding from indie pop to country and a host of genres in between, the band evokes modern artists such as Fun., Grouplove and Edward Sharpe And the Magnetic Zeros, whilst having their roots in the music of Neil Young, The Byrds, The Beach Boys and Fleetwood Mac.

     Part 60's Laurel Canyon, part 70's Venice Beach and part 10's Silverlake, the band and the harmonies are held together by their message of universal love, peace and the belief that the highest form of consciousness is achieved by togetherness and unity.

     Uplifting, collaborative, joyous and communal, their music is a walk through their life thus far: Meeting each other and experiencing together ("San Francisco", "The Great Divide "),  emerging stronger ("Carry Your Will") - their message is finding a foothold with fans from every walk of life, bringing people together under one roof to celebrate each other.

Michael Vincze – Guitar/Vocals
Colin Dieden – Guitar/Vocals
Josh Hogan – Guitar/Vocals
Katie Earl – Vocals
Matt DiPanni – Bass
David Appelbaum – Keys
Andy Warren – Drums
Spencer Trent – Percussion


LeftmoreI have been writing and playing music as Leftmore since December 2004, touring with it since June 2008, and loving my life almost the entire way. For the first year and a half, I traveled with my best friend, Matt. He decided to leave the band in September 2009, and I have been solo since. I've gotten to play with (and discover!) some of my favorite bands of all time because of my wonderful opportunities.

I love music a near infinite amount, but it's all about the people I meet when it boils down. I cannot say thank you enough to all of the friends that have been a part of this experience. You all inspire me to be a better person and encourage me in my work. If my life were a nest, I'd have hundreds of strong twigs all over the place!


Get Along
Get AlongMusic isn’t scientific, it’s random. That’s what Get Along believes anyway. With no format to success and no rules, the duo finds itself an unpredictable act. In an era where two-piece bands are flourishing, Get Along uses a blend of raw instruments and digital synthesizers to create a full, inventive sound. Everything is played live on stage; because Cara Summer and Nicholas James believe that they should give their audience all of themselves. No prerecorded loops or playbacks. It’s about that night, at that time. And every show is different because of this.
The band mates are two cottage ridden kids, sporting old souls and vintage gear. They play new music. There are teen jumping electric pop songs, reverb drenched punk anthems, and stripped down acoustic soul ballads. Sometimes, they admit, it doesn’t all add up. The Indie duo by no means is a band looking to jump or create new genres; they just look to be themselves. Their 2012 release ‘We Lit These Torches to See in the Dark EP’ was presented to the world live from radio broadcast on March 24th. It was officially posted for sale on April 7th. The EP shows the dark side of the duo, as they mull over unrealistic careers, a youthful engagement, and their generations impact on the new American culture. The raw, home recorded product, has elements of new wave, punk, electronic, rock n’ roll and folk.
They won’t make you dance. They won’t make you vote for him or her. They won’t make you dress a certain way or say a certain thing. There is no black and white. There are no gimmicks or rehearsed speeches. There are two adolescents exploring their new lives through distorted guitar riffs, bass drum pulsing beats, and the performing arts. Get Along can only hope that you listen to their music, and have a strong opinion of it.