Curation Records Presents: GospelBeacH, Pacific Range, Farmer Dave & the Wizards of the West + vinyl records by DJ Funky Flowers

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Curation Records Presents: GospelBeacH, Pacific Range, Farmer Dave & the Wizards of the West + vinyl records by DJ Funky Flowers
Friday, March 13, 2020 8:00 PM
Harvelle's Santa Monica, Santa Monica, CA
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"Let It Burn" is GospelbeacH's exquisite follow up to "Another Summer Of Love" and the third proper studio album by the infamous Los Angeles rock combo. The band's prestigious collective resume includes members of Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Beachwood Sparks, Circles Around The Sun, The Tyde, and Hard Working Americans. The album features cosmic solos by the beloved, late Neal Casal (RIP).  

Pacific Range

Pacific Range is rooted in the beautiful, sunshiny-coast of California. The band's style takes from many influences ranging from The Allman Brothers and Grateful Dead, to The Band and The Flying Burrito Brothers. Seamus Turner (guitar & vocals) and Nate Ward (drums) met around 2013 while studying music at Chico State. After jamming together and discovering a strong musical connection they formed the band Dakota Cree. Being music students, they utilized the university's recording studio to record an EP. Soon they began performing for different school events and playing local clubs around town.

The group went through several incarnations, graduations, and moves and eventually landed in Los Angeles. They are now performing as a four-piece with bassist Cameron Wehrle and keyboardist & guitarist Stewart Forgey. Cameron joined the group after seeing one of Pacific Range's live performances and bonding over a love for The Allman Brothers. He then brought along Stewart, a high school friend of Cameron's, and ex-band-mate from the group Echophonics. Stew performs session work and runs his own own studio at The Dock in Glendale.

Pacific Range has been hard at work performing around LA, touring and prepping their new release slate for early 2020. Some of the places you may have seen them include Topanga Days Music Festival, Pappy & Harriet's, The Echo, and Casa Escobar. Take a listen to their self-titled album, which was recorded almost entirely live and showcases their improvisational style. Thanks for listening.  

Farmer Dave & the Wizards of the West

Love Music from the West Coast with Farmer Dave Scher, Ben Knight, Brian Bartus, and Alex Koford