The last in the series of KCRW’s “Who Shot Rock n Roll” concerts featured Raphael Saadiq and Band of Skulls celebrating songs from “Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan”. Although it was a short performance by one of my favorite artist, I was able to snap a few pictures and get some footage of the evenings adventure with Raphael and his band. We didn’t stay for Band of Skulls but it was still a great evening. The people were all in sync with one another, the weather was perfect, and the location was appropriately thought-out…Enjoy.
If you get a chance, make sure to check out the actual exhibit at the Annenberg Space for Photography…
Tried to upload a few videos for you to see the dance battle between Saadiq and his band members as well as Charles taking us to CHURCH…I have to UP grade to do that, so until then hope you enjoyed the pictures.
This is a definite “Don’t Miss Out”. Puma+ De La Soul’s very own Maseo on the 1’s & 2’s+ Table Tennis/Foosball. Pure fun, pure dopeness (Yes, I’m going there), and pure… you-fill-in-the-blanks. It’ll be just like the cool Puma commercials, only this time you’ll be a part of it. See ya there… hurry and get on the guest list. If it’s free it’s meeeeee! Good lookin on the flyer @paulstewart1!
I know I’m late on this one but I just had to post it anyway! This little girl is something else! Put aside the celebrity in this equation, I can’t imagine how Jada “the mother” feels seeing her “Baby Girl” coming into her own. This is buggin’ me out for some reason, a good kinda bug out though. If you haven’t seen it enjoy.
I was reading (yes, we do read) Newsweek the other day and there was this wonderful article about someone who has been off the scene for a minute, someone who we’ve actually missed for a long time, someone who needed a little love and faith to turn his life around…and we gave it to him.
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