Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Spring is HEAR concert with 3 Generations May 7 in Industry
2nd Annual Spring Fever “Spring is HEAR!” Featuring the 3 Generations (eclectic '50s-'70s) with Tequila Slam Dance (post punk) and special guest Dj 8:00 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Saturday, May 7 VFW Post 144, 16157 E Gale Ave, Industry, CA 91748 Only $5 Cover 626-968-4782 One family makes up the 3 Generations, a band that has been performing in the San Gabriel Valley for over two years. They offer up an eclectic mix of songs such as Sweet Home Chicago by the Blues Brothers, Europa by Santana, Teach Me Tonight by Amy Winehouse, and That’s Life by Frank Sinatra. The 3 Generations have opened the Sunday Jump, an outdoor Art and Band showcase sponsored by the Glass House in Pomona. Their eclectic sound, big band horns and rock guitar vibe proves to be a high-energy show. With wild solos and a wide range of songs, the band appeals to all generations. Also on stage at the VFW on May 7 will be Tequila Slam Dance. They formed over ten years ago and have recorded an album titled “Clubbing Late Last Night”. Tequila Slam Dance performed their song “A Fix Of David Lynch” in the independent film “Sunset Junction” and their song “Mind The Gap” was played on an episode of the IFC hit series Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodmen. They have performed throughout the Southland with the latest show opening for the 80’s legend band Missing Persons. There will also be a guest Dj spinning for your dancing pleasure. A talent that will offer up selections from today’s top hits to yesterday’s favorites.