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Cruefest Hollywood

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It Still Matters
Lucky (SugarBuzz Hollywood)

On Saturday July 29th in the year of our Lord, 2017, legions of rock and rollers of all shapes and sizes will descend upon the Whisky a Go-Go in Hollywood California for the 16th annual Cruefest Hollywood. Now some of you may say, “Why?” After all Motley Crue is done, rock and roll is dead, and nobody cares about some dumb charity fund raiser where the money goes God only knows were. Well I am here brothers and sisters to tell you, why after almost two decades, Cruefest Hollywood is more pertinent today than ever, that rock and roll is still alive and well, and where the money went.


Fonda Theater
By Lucky
Photography by Alex Kinnan

My love affair with the band Lush steams back to the early nineties when I regularly haunted the Sunset Strip. I pretty much had free reign back in those days, bouncing from club to club as they all had an open door policy when it came to the Luckster. Being a DJ at The Rainbow Bar and Grill and a semi regular performing musician, I was entitled membership in the who’s who of Hollywood and thus just came and went as I chose.

The Bouncing Souls

“Sounds Like Home” Premiere’s on the Web with the Bouncing Souls: Let’s Talk Music
Directed by PawL BaZile
Still Photography by Jennyfer Scherrer

“Where are you from?”
“What kind of music do you play?”
“How did where you’re from make you want to play that kind of music?”

Desert Stars Festival 2015

Desert Stars Festival  ”Cuvee” 2015
Festival coverage by Mila Reynaud

Once again I found myself heading back to the wild-west atmosphere of Pappy and Harriet’s for the spectacular eight edition of the autonomous Desert Stars Festival, the psyche rock festival that exists thanks to Kickstarter campaign contributions and the hard work of countless volunteers.

Ozark Henry

Symphonic shape and 3D Record
The US premiere of “Paramount” in 9.1 3D sound, new album of Ozark Henry.
Review and  Select Photography by Mila Reynaud 

I had the chance to be invited to the exclusive listening session of Avant Gardist musician Ozark Henry ‘s for his new album “Paramount” at the Voila! Gallery in Los Angeles few weeks ago. Piet Goddaer, behind the Ozark Henry artist name, is an eclectic and unclassifiable musician.


“Beautiful Curse”
By Lucky (Hollywood Lost Boy)

Consummate artiste Guts Guttercat has gathered together master showmen extraordinaire for direct support and collaboration on the spectacular new release entitled “Beautiful Curse”.  Hailing from Paris, France, Guttercats compliments a succession of previous album and single must haves with a stellar collection of first-rate musical mainstays.