Thursday, January 23, 2020

Album Review: Rae du Soleil

Rae du Soleil’s debut self-titled album starts off extremely powerfully and it continues throughout the whole album. The San Francisco native singer-songwriter, Rae du Soleil has released her new album on January 10, 2020 and is now available on all streaming platforms, and it is definitely an album that you NEED to listen to.

Filled with ten very raw singer-songwriter anthems that speak from the soul, this album is super catchy, fun, and heart warming. It’s hard to turn the album off simply because of how utterly addictive it can be. From another track favorite, "Another Road" to her latest single, “I Love You Close” starts off the album perfectly and shows just how wonderful du Soleil’s singing voice can be. The song itself is about relationships and love, something that many have dealt with and is very relatable. She has recently released a music video for the song which also features a cleaver animation that gives it's viewers a subtle visual of her message.

The song “How I Feel” is a dance anthem in itself. The catchy beat makes you want to jump up and down, and is a song that you can expect to hear at any party. The album is stellar, all the way until the last song, “The Gallery”, which is an acoustic piece that showcases Rae du Soleil’s vocal range perfectly.

Overall, Rae du Soleil's debut album is the ultimate listening album. It has tracks that will make you dance or you can just lay down and chill out to. Be sure to check it out on Spotify and Google Play Music.

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

“The Hero in 9B” Film Project- A giant in technology. A hero in our hearts

Movie Poster for the short film, "The Hero in 9B"
In the same way that Whiplash made noise as a short film before rising to a hit feature length film, and Oscar nominated American Factory is based off the short film “The Last Truck”, filmmakers Michael Horwitz and Fran Harvey are aspiring to make in impact following that same formula with their newly acquired IP, the dramatic real life story of dot com era tech giant Danny Lewin. The project will be based on the book-to-film option deal for the rights to the 2013 “No Better Time:The Brief, Remarkable Life of Danny Lewin, the Genius Who Transformed the Internet" by author Molly Knight Raskin.

According to Harvey, the film’s creative producer, shortly after the book was published in 2013, several attempts made by Hollywood to option the book and tell the story fell short because the story was being retold in an inauthentic style not true to the legacy of Danny Lewin. In 2019, after lengthy negotiations and a promise to tell the story the right way, Horwitz and Harvey were awarded the option.

The story which is still in early development chronicles the life of Danny Lewin, a tech giant of the dot com boom on par with Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, and compared to the likes of Mark Zuckerberg today, must deal with the fallout of the dot com bubble burst to save his company while balancing career aspirations and family relationships. After arriving at Boston Logan airport on a clear Tuesday morning, he took his seat in business class - 9B. Only moments later he became the first victim in a major terrorist attack on the US. It was American Airlines flight 11, and it was the morning of September 11, 2001.

Cambridge, Mass
History has shown that Danny and his team at MIT were the geniuses who transformed the internet
and co founded Akamai Technologies in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They didn't invent the internet, but they made it faster which opened the door for streaming, online banking, travel, social media and more.

Horwitz was the director and creator of the 2017 award winning short Tzeva Adom ( Color Red; Arabic/Hebrew), and was selected by NBC Universal as one of the top 16 rising directors in 2018. A decade earlier, his work debuted at the iconic Sundance Film Festival where he won the editing prize for the feature eco - doc FUEL. Harvey is head of partnerships at an LA based production company. They are repped by entertainment firm Contes Law Corporation of Los Angeles, CA.

Author, Molly Knight Raskin
About the Author Molly Knight Raskin is an acclaimed writer, journalist and television producer. She has been a contributing author for outlets including PBS Newshour, MSNBC, A&E, The Baltimore Sun, Scientific American Mind, Global Post, Psychology Today, The Washington Post and Capitol File. Currently Molly is currently a producer at the award winning NYC based Left/Right TV where she's working on a series for Netflix.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Interview with Aleksander Boudin: The Ultimate Female Companion

Recently, All Indie Magazine had the pleasure of sitting down for an interview with Aleksander Boudin, an international straight male companion.

All Indie Mag: How are you Aleksander and can you tell us about yourself?

Aleksander: I am doing great, thank you. I was born in 1986 (Paris, France) by French/Slovenian parents though, at an early age, my family decided to move back to Slovenia (it certainly was not my decision). I hold multiple passports, including EU and USA with multiple residencies worldwide and have visited over 85 countries by now. Travelling is truly my passion and exposure to diversity has allowed me to become a more versatile person. I have started this line of work approximately 8 years ago and I have been thoroughly enjoying every moment of it so far.

All Indie Mag: What is it that you think sets you apart from the rest?

Aleksander: Similarly to the lead character in the movie “Fifty shades of Grey”, I am a successful serial entrepreneur with multiple businesses and investments. I do not do this job because I need it, but because I enjoy bringing intimacy in people’s lives, making fantasies come true, seeing others happy and creating ever-lasting memories that are all core principles in my life.

All Indie Mag: If you have been doing this for so long, how come most of us haven't heard about

Aleksander: That's a valid question. As I have mentioned earlier, I own multiple successful businesses that bring me a wonderful source of income. I have never really spent any money on marketing or soliciting to acquire new acquaintances with this job, simply because I am relatively busy with my "other lives". Furthermore, in the past 4.5 years, I have been with 1 person exclusively in a long-term arrangement that has just ended a few months ago. I have just had enough time for a new photoshoot and to design a new website to be back online again.

All Indie Mag: That's exciting! Tell us more about this wealthy lady...

Aleksander: I wish I could, but I signed an NDA which prohibits me from disclosing details about her and our time together. Plus as they say, a gentleman never tells...

All Indie Mag: What do you think about the stigma that surrounds your field of work?

Aleksander: I don't judge and I don't let anyone judge me either. I believe that as long as 2 consenting adults enjoy sharing a wonderful time, creating positive vibes and each person gains something out of their time, then it is really difficult for me to see the downside. Intimacy also has its taboos in today's society but I believe that people are more and more open about it as we, as a society evolve. At the end of the day, life is too short not to enjoy it, right?!

All Indie Mag: How about relationships?

Aleksander: Needless to say, it is incredibly difficult to shuffle a relationship besides this line of work. Let's just say that I prefer to be single at this point and not over complicate things that may cause inconveniences in other people's lives as well as in mine. Of course, I am always open to possibilities and should love ever find me, I would never be opposed to it.

All Indie Mag: What do you think a male companion should provide for a lady?

Aleksander: It is a great question, yet, a rather complex one to answer. In short: whatever the lady wants. A male companion, in my opinion, should provide the lady with an environment where she can feel safe, at ease and relaxed. Creating a non-judgmental zone and a trusted environment is equally important. He should provide his undivided attention combined with - today's sadly ever-fading - old-school chivalry while establishing chemistry and bringing a smile to her face. I think these elements are vital for every meeting but since everybody wants something different out of a meeting like this; men should cater to women according to the women's needs.

All Indie Mag: What is the most challenging part of your work?

Aleksander: Establishing all the things I have mentioned above when it comes to shorter appointments. As a first-time meetup, I always require a 2 hours minimum session, because establishing chemistry takes a little time and typically women's approach towards a meeting like this is vastly different from the typical men's approach. When this scenario is the other way around and men seek out the services of a female professional, the needs are purely physical. With women, the mental connection is just as - if not more - important as the physical part.

All Indie Mag: How would you characterize the women who reach out to you to acquire your services?

Aleksander: Today's women are more established and more powerful than they were 10 years ago. The shift has been more and more prevalent in the past year or two since there has been a lot of initiatives and women-networking groups that allow them to show them a path to grow and to become more successful at what they do but as you may know, success always comes at a price. We are talking about hard-working women who make certain sacrifices in their personal lives to get where they want to be in their careers, but at some point, we all want intimacy in our lives and that is when a person like me comes into the picture. In conclusion: career-driven, successful, classy, upscale and confident women who know what they want and what their desires are.

All Indie Mag: Would you consider to end up being in a relationship if you find someone through this job?

Aleksander: Theoretically, that would not be professional but since this will hardly be reported to Aleksander Boudin's HR department, I will say that I will never say NO to love, should love happen!

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Virtosu Art Gallery Will Hold a Selling Show of Gheorghe Virtosu in New York to Target a New Generation of Want-It-Now Buyers

Prices for the 15 works on view range from $35,000 to $4 million.
Gheorghe Virtosu, The Magician (2017). Courtesy of Virtosu Art Gallery.
Gheorghe Virtosu dominated headlines last year. Now, Virtosu Art Gallery is hoping to continue to cash in on the populist artists’ market clout.

The gallery’s first effort of the new decade will be a selling exhibition dedicated to the artist. On view from February 22 through March 14 in New York, “CLOWN & MAGICIAN: Gheorghe Virtosu” will bring together 15 rare and lesser-known paintings, prints, and sculptures.

Gheorghe Virtosu reeled in record-breaking, headline-making prices last year and drew admirers from outside the rarefied art-collecting community. Gheorghe Virtosu’s Magician (2017) fetched $12 million in London in October, while Twin Clowns (2017) brought in $7.8 million in Hong Kong in April, slightly above its high estimate. However, Alina Livneva, Virtosu Art Gallery’ head of sales, says that those figures were mostly anomalous to the broader trajectory of these popular artists’ market.
Gheorghe Virtosu, Twin Clowns (2017). Courtesy of Virtosu Art Gallery.
“We have seen few outliers in prices, but all the rest are very much the same,” she tells Artnet News. Livneva notes that both people who are just starting to invest in art for the first time and established collectors are drawn to the artist.

“The market is intense,” she says. “We see more people coming into every day, but it is still not at the levels of Basquiat or Warhol, so it is still very approachable for a larger group of art collectors.”

All 15 of the works in the show come from an anonymous European seller—the same one Virtosu Art Gallery teamed up with for its Gheorghe Virtosu exhibition in Seoul last year. (Choosing not to disclose sale details, Livneva characterized the Seoul exhibition as “Virtosu Art Gallery’s successful show in the region”; four works in the Seoul show will also be offered in New York).”

Prices in the new show range from $35,000 to between $4 million, notes Livneva, adding that because of the price tags, she does not expect the show to sell out. Among the top items is Gheorghe Virtosu’s Abraham Lincoln (2015), an early work that bears all the hallmarks of the artist’s highly informed, deeply personal, and otherworldly pictorial language.

Gheorghe Virtosu, Abraham Lincoln (2015). Courtesy of Virtosu Art Gallery.
The results of an event like this are becoming increasingly hard to predict, Livneva says. The ways the market operates is changing rapidly, perhaps more so than ever before.

“I have been studying the art market for a long time—everything is moving much faster now,” Livneva says. “In the ’90s, the works made in the previous five years would not sell. Today, auctions sell works made the year before, and it is normal.”

“People accept contemporary art just because of what they see,” she adds, alluding to the meteoric market rise of Gheorghe Virtosu. “They do not necessarily do much research or want to see the rest of the oeuvre. If they like something, they want to have it.”

Gheorghe Virtosu, American Spirit (2015). Courtesy of Virtosu Art Gallery.
“CLOWN & MAGICIAN: Gheorghe Virtosu” will be on view January 14 through February 10 at Virtosu Art Gallery, New York.

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Monday, January 6, 2020

Miss Quantum: Interview with the "Queen of Thought"

Meet Miss Quantum, the Queen of Individual Thought ---an incorrigible storm rolling in blazing hot to the front line! Speaker, author and the founder of Epiastral Genetics; The Universe Maverick is creating a stir with her controversial feral grit by taking a heated, fearless stand to power-up humans in the painful emotional apocalypse chewing on the heels of humanity. Love her or hate her, she's here.

AIM: How did you get into what you do right now? Please tell us more about your journey?
Miss Quantum: My background was tough and a challenging process that is likely identifiable with many people; Full of hopes, dreams, trials, struggles & much error. I was surrounded by naysayers who gave up on their own dreams and did their best to try to make me believe that my dreams were foolish, or that I was too stupid. When I was a little girl, my dream was to become a professional ballerina and Miss Universe. I wanted to help humans (and animals) with upward mobility. I was told I 'can't' be Miss Universe because I 'couldn't qualify like those girls who are models and go to expensive universities'. Fast forwarding, I dreamed for the good and have worked 60-80 a week over the last few years for better, and continue to do so. I am now Miss Universe, per se, and the only one person who can take away my crown is me!

AIM: Who has influenced you most when it comes to how you approach your work?
Miss Quantum: Those individuals would be Margaret Cavendish, also known as "Mad Madge", the Duchess of Newcastle and also, Oprah. Both strong women continue to inspire me creatively to keep thinking bigger outlandish feats that benefit humanity.

AIM: What inspires you?
Miss Quantum: Seizing change and creating solutions. Empowering people. I'm a solid backer of the power of one; One person, one genuine action, can have a ripple effect to make an exceptional difference. Amazing things are able to be achieved in the face of incredible odds.

AIM: What's a productivity tip you swear by?
Miss Quantum: Setting insane goals and make them happen. This has been essential to getting Miss Quantum off the ground. Even more so, in taking it to the next level. Setting and tackling them is extremely intimidating, but it motivates you to work harder and to set even bigger goals.

AIM: Which books motivate you to be an entrepreneur?
Miss Quantum: None. I feel the best motivation comes from your own goals and ideas. Books tend to point you into thinking a certain way, while entrepreneurs need to think with determination and critical thought outside of boundaries.

AIM: What's your greatest fear?
Miss Quantum: I don't have a greatest fear. I feel it to be counterproductive to hold on to imaginary situations and not at all conducive to mastering the mind. I'm not into 'should'ing' all over myself, if you get what I mean.

AIM: What keeps you going when things get tough?
Miss Quantum: When things may begin to feel tough for me that's when I know I need to take a step back to take a quick, brutally honest look into myself and examine why I am feeling how I might be. I've a strategic mindset and keep the flaps of my mind open. Also, I'm an adrenaline junkie when it comes to being built up in the flames, which helps a lot.

AIM: Looking back, what's one thing you wish you understood better before you ever got started? Miss Quantum: Launch before you feel ready. Don't wait until it feels perfect or the delay will give you more irrational reasons and excuses to wait. Time is extremely valuable. Business ideas alone are worth very little and you must execute.

AIM: Do you think mindset has anything to do with success?
Miss Quantum: Absolutely. Most of the battle in building a brand is mind expansion ---expanding skills and learning to be flexible and patient in-between failures, setbacks, and going up against the flack. You have to just not care about criticism, insults, etc. because that shade will always be there and increases in intensity the higher you go. Confidence is vital.

AIM: What are some main barriers that young people face to become an entrepreneur today?
Miss Quantum: To toughen up their minds and to replace their wishbone with a backbone. I feel that young, potential entrepreneurs mainly need more commitment to their own commitments and need to understand they must be resourceful to succeed --and to outsource. Tomorrow is created on todays youth.

AIM: Any message for our readers...
Miss Quantum: Make sure you really love what you do because no one else is going to. Above all, do not give up, have patience --keep going. Kick butt!

AIM: How can people connect with you?
Twitter: @itsMissQ
YouTube Show:
Facebook: @MissQuantum
Instagram: @officialmissquantum
LinkedIn: @MissQuantum

Sunday, January 5, 2020

I'm Your Rain by Amel D

From the highly anticipated upcoming sophomore album, Cross To Hell, AMEL D's new single "I'm Your Rain" is a clear statement to her fans there won't be any disappointment.

"I’m Your Rain" gives fans a preview of AMEL D's new direction and it is a personal journey. "I'm Your Rain" is a story of heartache while in a long distance relationship told in a Alt-Rock melody. Written by AMEL D herself, she delivers one of the most dramatic performances of her career.

We highly recommend when listening to this track, you remove all distractions and listen to it loud.

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Podcast Review: Low Key Trash

If you're into Music, Art, Television, Movies, and discussions about everyday life and in you're interested in listening to casual conversations from actual consumers, Low Key Trash is a podcast for you. Located in Provincetown, Massachusetts, Hosts Burg and Jay will talk your ear off for 33 minutes.

Low Key Trash is a fairly new podcast with only three episodes and don't let the name fool you. There is nothing trashy about Low Key Trash. Just listening to one of their episode was enough to catch All Indie Magazine's attention.  The first episode is basically an introduction. Burg and Jay talk about living in Cape Cod and they touch on a wide variety of topics including talking about the Hip Hop music scene and culture. In this episode, you get to really know who Burg and Jay are.

Episode two is probably the most thought provoking episode. Burg and Jay really dig deep in the psyche as they discuss race, relationships, happiness, and even morals. Does teaching morals leave our children in a better world?

In their latest episode (Ep. 3), Burg and Jay talk about their home town of Cape Cod. They give listeners a bit of history of one of the more popular vacation destinations and the culture of the big, yet small town of Cape Cod. They also talk about the "underbelly" of Cape Cod that is rarely spoken upon. The cost of living is going up, the year-round population going down, and communities are dying while business is booming. This is a very intriguing episode if you know nothing about this town.

We are definitely looking forward to their next episodes and we highly recommend that you subscribe to Low Key Trash too.

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Monday, December 23, 2019

Interview with Gianluca Magalotti

Gianluca Magalotti began his musical journey during the early teenage years. After high school, he graduated in BMUS Jazz Performance at Conservatory of Music "Santa Cecilia" of Rome. In the meantime, he was also attending the Umbria Jazz Clinics program - hosted by Berklee College of Music - during which he stood out as a prominent student, at the point that he was assigned two scholarships that allowed him to pursue this new adventure in Boston, MA. At this time, Gianluca had the opportunity to study with John Patitucci, Victor Wooten, Steve Bailey, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Enrique Gonzalez-Müller and Paula Cole. In 2017, Gianluca was awarded the Timothy B. Schmit Scholarship as an outstanding singing-bassist. Eventually, he graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berklee in 2018. Gianluca's professional experience extends further back in time, when he was touring with some Italian artists from the talent show Amici, as part of a national tour hosted by Radio Dimensione Suono. Today, Gianluca Magalotti is rapidly making his way into the Nashville's music scene.

AIM: First of all, where are you from?
Gianluca: I was born and raised in Rome, Italy.

AIM: What motivated you to come to the US?
Gianluca: While attending the Umbria Jazz Clinics 2015 program in Perugia, Italy, I was awarded two scholarships by Berklee College of Music in both bass performance and composition/arranging/production, that allowed me to pursue my studies at the college's main campus in Boston, MA.

AIM:Tell us about your music career. What or who inspired you to want to pursue a career in music?
Gianluca: I'd say that music surely pulled me out of my introverted teenage years. In the first place, it helped me growing up and overcoming the difficulties of my youth. Even though I can't recall the exact moment when I decided to make music my reason of living, I'm pretty sure that I mostly owe all the accomplishments I've gotten so far to my parents, who supported my studies, and to my first music teachers Pino Pecorelli and Marco Siniscalco, who were both equally crucial for my educational path pre-Berklee. In general, the inspirations that drove me to pursue a career in music changed over time. While yesterday I was just a kid chasing music for fun or for psychological reasons, today I'm an adult determined to make music in order to change the world for the better.

AIM: Who are some of your favorite music artists from today's era?
Gianluca: Through many contemporary artists I enormously appreciate, I must surely mention Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails, D'Angelo, Peter Gabriel, Robert Glasper, Hiatus Kaiyote and Pearl Jam. Although, as a bass player myself, I must say the names of Pino Palladino and James Jamerson, whose playing styles have always influenced me so much.

AIM: So, you attended Berklee College of Music in Boston. What are some of the best things you've learned from this school?
Gianluca: Oh I've learned many things during my time at Berklee College of Music, within both the social and the musical spheres. I can still recall something that has particularly stuck in my mind since the very first day... During the orientation week's opening ceremony at the Berklee Performance Center, the Dean began by saying the following words to us freshmen: "Look at your right. Now, look at your left. Remember the people sitting at your right and left. They are your peers today, and will be your employers tomorrow. Always strive to be a good person, respectful of the others around you."

AIM: Would you recommend Berklee for new artists?
Gianluca: Berklee can be very tough, and stressful, and alienating. It's the perfect place for anyone who - like myself - happened to cross the borderline between being a music lover and aiming to be the music itself. I believe we all must keep in mind that music is one of the most powerful means we've got in order to spread a message, because it is capable of moving us both emotionally and rationally. I'd recommend Berklee for anyone who goes for a bigger picture in music, rather than for just a selfish sake.

AIM: Tell us a little about your professional career. What projects are you most proud of that you have worked on in the past?
Gianluca: I'm definitely proud of the work we did together with Dallas-based folk singer-songwriter Chavis Chance, who recently released a single called "Admit It" (available on any platforms online, make sure to check it out!), which I co-arranged, co-produced and recorded bass for. There'll be more to come from him soon. Also, I'm proud of the work we've been doing with up and coming Nashville-based soul artist Gamy & The Alterations, whose music will be on air in the new year.

AIM: You recently won an award. What was that for?
Gianluca: Yes. During my last two semesters at Berklee I was honored with two awards of the same kind. It is called Project Band Award and it may be assigned to a very few students during a given semester, at the complete discretion of the faculty and upon demonstration of excellent sight-reading abilities put at the service of special recording ensembles called "Project Bands," which are in charge of performing and recording - in mostly a single take - the arrangements written by students of different courses.

AIM: What are your current projects right now?
Gianluca: Nashville's constantly growing and changing, a lot, and so am I together with it. At this time, I'm mostly working as a recording and touring bass player within very diverse music genres, for both national and Nashville-based artists.

AIM: Going into 2020, what can we expect from you?
Gianluca: I'm very excited about 2020, it'll be a year of significant innovation for me, both on the life level and on the music career level. You can definitely expect my name to grow a bit more in popularity within the Nashville's music scene. I'm constantly on the look out for new people, new music professionals and new artists, and my hunger for music is too irrepressible to go unnoticed!

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Best things to do for New Years & New Years Eve in Pasadena

There is nowhere better to celebrate the New Year in Pasadena, CA. After all, Pasadena is home to the Rose Parade and The Rose, the newest and only concert dinner theatre. 

1. Norton Simon Museum (Open New Years Eve/ Closed New Years Day). 
Norton Simon Museum is one of Pasadena’s most respected and most visited gems with the greatest private collection of rare art on display. Some known artists pieces on display are by Rembrandt, Goya, Degas, Monet, van Gogh, and Picasso. It may seem like a small museum until you are inside. Before you leave, visit the sculpture garden and pond created in the likeness of Monet private garden. For more info, go to  
2. Huntington Library (Open daily. Closed on Tuesday)
The Huntington Library is known for its rare Art Collections and their Botanical Gardens and is a collections-based educational and research institution established by Henry E. Huntington. For more info, go to

3. 129th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade (Monday Jan 1, 2018 8am to 4pm)
People from all over the world come to Pasadena on New Years Day to catch the Rose Parade. Instead of watching it on television, come see it in person. There is nothing like it in the Country. People come a day early camp on Colorado Blvd the night before to save a prime seat to the parade.  For more info, go to

4. The Rose Bowl: Georgia Bulldogs VS. Oklahoma Sooners (1/1/2018 at 2pm)         
The ranked No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs take on ranked No. 2 Oklahoma Sooners at The Rose Bowl in Pasadena.  For more info, go to

5. Caliburger – One of Pasadena’s newest and most popular burger joints is located across from the Pasadena Convention Center and next to The Rose is Caliburger. This isn’t just any burger. Each burger is hand crafted and made from the freshest ingredients. Be sure to add grilled onions and order their famous “Cali-fries” or some home cut natural fries and a delicious real ice cream shake to wash it down.  For more info, go to
6. The Rose: 
Voted Best Concert Venue in the 2017 Readers Choice Awards and voted Best Music Venue by residents of Pasadena as seen in Pasadena Weekly, The Rose is Pasadena’s first and only Dinner Theatre style concert venue. This style of venue caters to those that love live music, but want to bring a date or host a party with friends at a sit-down dinner with a show. The Rose has a full American style menu to fulfill anyone’s desire and a full line of cocktails and an array of beers. 

The Rose hosts the top local and national headlining bands from across the world.  This New Years Eve (Sunday, December 31), Motown favorites, The Dramatics featuring Willie Ford will bring in the New Year in Pasadena. For more information, go to

Thursday, July 20, 2017


WILLIE BASSE, best known for his role as bassist/frontman for legendary metalheads Black Sheep, who were mainstays on the Los Angeles Sunset Strip during the 1980's metal explosion.

The band, best known for their songs, technical prowess and precision, has boasted members that include Slash, Paul Gilbert, James Kottak, Randy Castillo, Mitch Perry and Kurt James.

3pm Friday July 28, 2017 The City of Los Angeles will recognize Willie Basse for his Philanthropy and Community Service by proclamation at:
The Rainbow Bar and Grill
9015 Sunset Blvd.
W. Hollywood, CA. 90069

With his charity,
The mission is a campaign of awareness and financial support through Music and Entertainment Media.

Through Basse is feeding the masses. His touring covers select cities throughout The USA and Canada to help raise awareness, food and funds for the plight of America's hungry.

These are often hard-working, educated adults, children and seniors who simply cannot make ends meet and are forced to go without food for several meals, or even days. Predominately children, working poor families, and the recently unemployed.

1in 5 children go to bed hungry every night. "Through music and entertainment, we can make a huge difference in a short amount of time” comments Willie Basse regarding hunger. “I had to step up with solutions to an epidemic that is out of control in our own back-yard."

For more information visit a 501C3 Non-Profit Corp and donations, sponsorship and support is tax deductible.
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