Charlie Played Cello
Black Angel, Dirty Boots
1695 Polk St
San Francisco, CA, 94109
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Charlie Played Cello
Charlie Played Cello* (or CPC as their fans say) is a Los Angeles-based rock band about to break onto the national stage. The band has been together just a short time but the accomplishments are substantial: a contract with New Deal Entertainment (a label associated with the legendary Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting team), distribution through Universal's Fontana Distribution company, two songs written for CPC by Brian Holland, and tracks engineered and mixed by Grammy-award winner David Bianco (at his studio in North Hollywood) and produced by Davey Meshell. The band has developed a loyal following that has seen them perform at classic L.A. venues such as the House of Blues and Viper Room.
Black Angel originated in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles in 1999 with J. C. Martin leading the band and with Audrey Madison Turner (lead singer of Ike Turner and The Kings of Rhythm and also Mrs. Ike Turner) as a vocalist and Ronnie Turner (only son of both Tina and Ike Turner)
on bass. The band was originally called The Prophets and played in major Los Angeles and Santa Barbara clubs such as The Roxy, Jack's Sugar Shack, Luna Park and the Wildcat Lounge. The Prophets released one CD, "The Prophets EP", in 1999. Since then the band has released five full-length albums, "13 Stories" (2001); "Real Music for Real People" (2003); "O' California"; and "O' Santa Barbara" (2007) and “O’ San Francisco” (2009). “O’ Los Angeles” is a completed but is an unreleased album. Black Angel has played shows at such Southern California clubs as B. B. King's Blues Club, The Coach House (San Juan Capistrano), Paladino's, Rusty's Surf Ranch, The Cat Club, The Creekside Inn, the Martini Lounge, The Tryst, SRI (Studio Instrument Rentals) Showcase, The Musicians Institute, The Scientology Celebrity Center, The Gig and The Joint. Other prominent band members in Black Angel over the years include Danny Darling (former drummer for Stevie Nicks, Bonnie Raitt, Lucinda Williams and Leon Russell); Tiffany Lowe (granddaughter of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash and daughter of Carlene Carter and Nick Lowe; Jason Ball (Animotion); and Ernie and Cory Orosco (The Strawberry Alarm Clock).
RADIO AIRPLAY and INTERNET PRESENCE Black Angel can be heard on over 1,000 FM radio and internet radio stations worldwide. Black Angel has over 42,000 friends on MySpace and their site has been visited over 304,000 times.
SONG OF THE YEAR In a poll of prominent music journalists in December, 2007 "ONE BEER" from the album, "O' California", was selected Song Of The Year by Chuck Eddy of Billboard Magazine. Chuck Eddy is the senior music editor at Billboard Magazine. For seven years Chuck was the music editor of the Village Voice in New York City............In his annual
poll of the best albums of the year, Billboard's Chuck Eddy ranked "O' California" as the 31st best album of the year and "O' Santa Barbara" as the 35th best album of the year for 2007. Keith Gordon of Rolling Stone magazine ranked "O' California" as the 29th best album of the year and "O' Santa Barbara" as the 30th best album of the year for 2007. The late Ben Martin produced and co-produced Black Angel’s last three albums with the help of J. C. Martin.CURRENT BAND LINE-UP Black Angel has recently added lead guitar players, Rubin Ray of Marin and Mike Fradella of San Jose; bass player, Mike Stever of Berkeley, and drummer, Pat Woods of San Jose, to its core lineup. Rubin, Mike Fradella, Mike Stever and Pat are veteran, highly accomplished, professional musicians who have the drive and determination to take Black Angel to the next level of success. Rubin,
Mike F., Mike S. and Pat have played music in the Bay Area for over twenty years each. Pat was with the band, The Readymades, who opened for many national acts at The Cow Palace, The Fillmore, etc. and was in a touring version of the 1950s band, The Coasters.
Dirty Boots is a multi-instrumentalist indie rock group from San Francisco. Its members, James Dumlao (Drums, Trumpet & Vocals) and Rachel Lastimosa (Bass, Keys & Vocals) met each other in a vocal jazz ensemble in college. That was to be the foundation for their sound that includes lush vocal harmonies, as well as dynamic songwriting, ranging the influences of jazz, hip-hop, soul and r&b styles. Their self titled debut EP was released on May 2009 followed by their first full length album, "Where We Go", September 2011. They are currently working on a second full length release.
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