The Roxy Theatre presents
Hous Band, Caught Up, Copeya, Wetwood Smokes, Gio Castilhos
9009 West Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA, 90069
Watch & Listen
Hous Band was formed in 2010 by Jen Housholder whose music reflects life experiences and the deep desire to touch lives through entertaining. The distinct sound and passion of Hous Band’s music effortlessly draws their audience in and creates a genuine connection. The title track of their current album, Stay with Me, was written about the challenges facing service men and women coming home from combat and re-integrating back into civilian life. Stay with Me has touched many of our men and women in the military and their loved ones, and is the number one download of the album. Not all their songs are about military life; there are songs about love, heartbreak, and the interesting people we meet along life’s journey. Hous Band has been likened to the sounds of Sheryl Crow, Tom Petty and even Adele. Since the band formed, Hous Band has taken the stage at the legendary Roxy Theatre and Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, Molly Malone's in L.A., Skinny’s Lounge in North Hollywood, Howl at the Moon in Universal City, and performed at countless charity events for children (Thunder on the Lot) and Veterans (Lancaster VFW, Lancaster Hometown Heroes Tribute, American Airlines Sky Ball, etc.). Hous Band has traveled to numerous cities to perform including Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas / Fort Worth, and Philadelphia to name a few. Driven with a purpose to make a meaningful difference in society, Hous Band’s mission is to create music that evokes thought, reflection, and action that ultimately inspire the best qualities of life.
Wetwood Smokes: Three best friends Josh Bowman (lead vocals,guitar,piano, bass), Chrystian Cano (backup vocals, bass, drums, xylophone), and Steven Howard (drums, guitar, piano, programming) out of Anaheim California formed in September 2012. Each member roaming multiple instruments in pursuance of recreating their sound live.This Indie Rock/ Alternative trio draws inspiration from acts like Paper Route , Band of skulls, Kings of Leon and Band of Horses.
Gio, brazilian born in 1980 moved to California in 2004, bringing his exotic melodies to the westside. Composer and singer for his former californian based band Birdfish, formed in 2005, Gio has surprised fans by his unique blend of styles into a comfortable and progressive melodies. He released the first full album with the band in 2006, called "Birdfish in town" where they mixed Reggae, groove, punk and brazilian music altogether. Two years later, he released the "Moonfire Acustico", which has had amazing reviews throughout the brazilian community in Southern California. After that, his composing abilities and production techniques helped him to evolve onto a live acoustic looping production performance. Laying tracks from his guitar and wavedrum on top of another, he blends contemporary brazilian groove and californian styles. His contemporary approach to music appreciation and his roots in the brazilian culture allowed him to come up with an interesting fusion. Always supporting the local scene hosting events and promoting artists, he has helped several music projects to come into reality. "An urban appeal mixed with the peaceful paradise breeze" resume the sensation to listen to Gio's music. Beach vibe melodies to an subtle message of love and understanding craft the songs he always put up an is known by.
A rounded, grasp and young voice followed by dynamic slap attach approach on the guitar creates the ambience and natural bonding with his music. Played at several venues in Los Angeles and San Diego, such as Whiskey gogo, The Joint, The Lighthouse, Cannes, Wavehouse, Brennans and several festivals and venues in Brazil. Surfer spirited, his appreciation of the nature reflects on his music as his awareness message travels with his sounds.
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