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Pink Floyd Experience

at The Catalyst Club

spacer spacer The Pink Floyd Experience (PFX) is much more than just a flawless recreation of the legendary songs that spanned decades in th…


Live @ The Pocket: Jon Lawton

at The Pocket

Jon Lawton performs solo starting at 6pm.


Photo Alchemy

at Pajaro Valley Arts Council

The Pajaro Valley Arts Council is proud to announce the Juried Photo Alchemy Exhibition with 40 artists using 23 different photo processes. The artist…

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    Bad Religion in Santa Cruz: Need We Say More?

    The year is 1979 and around the sprawling suburbs of Los Angeles, three high school friends, Greg Gaffin, Brett Gurewitz and Jay Bentley decide to form a punk band. While developing their own musical style, the self described, ‘insurgent teenage punks’ would come to be known as Bad Religion, playing warehouses in Santa Ana, opening…

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    Twenty Years Later: Bone Thugs N Harmony and E. 1999 Eternal at the Catalyst

    The year was 1995 and the up-and-coming Cleveland hip-hop group, Bone Thugs and Harmony had their second album E.1999 Eternal slated for release. After being taken under the wing of N.W.A rapper and Ruthless Records founder, Eazy-E, the group were no strangers to the business and had enjoyed the breakout success of their debut EP,…

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    The Best of Reggae-Fusion Comes to Santa Cruz

    Fusing California roots reggae with hip-hop, jazz and a bit of punk, Dewey and the Peoples is a hybrid wonder for a new generation of music lovers. Equally hard-hitting and inspired, the Bay Area-based five-piece is making waves up and down the coast, delivering captivating performances that rarely leave feet on the ground. Dewey and…

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    Watsonville Film Festival Shows the Stories Behind the Headlines

    In 2011, Jose Antonio Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Washington Post outed himself as an undocumented immigrant in New York Times Magazine. Brought to the United States as a 12-year old boy by his grandparents who had legally migrated to the country from the Philippines, Vargas’ story, including his later journey through America…

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    Santa Cruz American Music Festival Lineup Announced

    Bonnie Raitt will headline the first annual Santa Cruz American Music Festival at Aptos Village Park on Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-24. The multiple Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter and one of Rolling Stones “100 Greatest Singers of All Time” tops the bill of a lineup stacked with stellar acts in the Americana, Blues and Country music…

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    Brazilian Carnaval Comes to Santa Cruz

    Rio de Janeiro may have wrapped up their annual Carnaval celebration, but in Santa Cruz the party has yet to begin. On Saturday, February 28, the Brazilian Carnaval Tour stops at Moe’s Alley for a night of dance, drumming, and all-star music performances. Dancehall legend, Pato Banton will perform his new fusion project with the…

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