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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Soul Asylum at The House of Blues in San Diego 7/23/2015



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Zella Day & Bad Suns at The Birch Aquarium 7/15/2015



Zella Day
http://www.zelladay.com/
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Here is the link of the NBCSoundDiego Gallery. These are the same pictures, but you can view them better here.

http://www.nbcsandiego.com/blogs/sounddiego/LIVE-Zella-Day-317045771.html

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Bad Suns  
http://badsuns.tumblr.com/
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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Colbie Cailatt

San Diego County Fair June 13, 2015

The Malibu, California resident  Colbie Caillat was glowing at her recent concert stop at the San Diego County Fair on Saturday June 13th. No doubt  she is at a high point both in her musical career as well as personal life.  Last month Colbie  and her boyfriend singer/songwriter/ collaborator Justin Young were engaged. This was the start of her summer tour Girls Night Out, Boys Can Come Too include  dates with Christina Perri and  Rachel Platten.

Beside being a prolific songwriter and a multi-talented instrumentalist, she has a captivating  voice. Her songs touch various  life experiences from the cheerful love ballard "Bubbly" from her 2007 Coco Debut Album, Breakthrough 2009, All of You 2011, Christmas in the Sand and  the epic Ep lead single  "Try" from her  fifth studio album Gypsy Heart 2014. In Miss Caillat's own words " Try is this song I've had in my head my entire life about personal imperfections, self-confidence issues." "Try"  was awarded the Video of the Year at the  2015 She Rocks Award Show at the Namm Convention this past January. It has an empowering message to all women and young ladies alike that whether you believe you are beautiful or not, you have inner beauty.

It was an entertaining show with a mix of old and new songs.
The audience was largely female, sprinkled with some male, young and old, varied ages. They were singing along throughtout  the show.


There is a level of sincerity in her voice and presence  that is engaging and appealing. The two-time Grammy Award winner wooed the crowd.  Any preconceived  expectations the audience might have had was met with an impressive  perfomance.


* A portion of the proceeds from the "Girls Night Out, Boys can come too Tour" Tickets and VIP packages will go to benefit "Givewell" and "Music Cares"




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