213 Nightlife Events - Jul 24, 2014

  • Drink and Draw
    Jul 24, 2014 8:00pm
    @ Casey's Irish Pub

    Do you like drawing? Do you occasionally like a drink?  This group is for you. The Original Drink and Draw Social Club meets every Thursday at Casey's, from 8pm til closing time!

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  • Licorice at Monty Bar
    Jul 24, 2014 9:00pm
    @ The Monty

    Every second and forth Thursday's (9pm-2am) are Licorice at Monty Bar.  A rather decadent taste of vintage disco, funk, soul and deep boogie flavors provided by Aaron "Destroyer" Paar & Friends.  Wallflowers severely frowned upon and experience is a must so 21+.


  • Anthony Valadez at Caña Rum Bar every Thursday!
    Jul 24, 2014 10:00pm
    @ Caña Rum Bar

    Caña Rum Bar presents Latido every Thursday! Featuring Anthony Valadez of 89.9 FM KCRW spinning World Sounds, Cumbia, Dub, Afrobeat, Samba, Soul, Latin, Roots, Punjabi, Mas and about every other type of world music that contains drums. Bring your dancing shoes because normal shoes will just not do.

  • Johnny Stachela Band
    Jul 24, 2014 10:00pm
    @ Seven Grand DTLA

    The Johnny Stachela Band is a supercharged power trio that puts a retro fresh spin on 70s era Blues/Rock. Using this evolutionary period in music and life as a point of departure, their live shows are ignited by a feeling that reconnects us all to one universal vibration.

    Stachela began playing guitar at age 12. Inspired by his family’s record collection, he quickly developed a distinctive style that has caught the ear of many who admire his artistry. He has recorded with Grammy Award winning producer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin), and he has jammed on stage with many of his musical heroes. Some of his biggest influences include Albert King, Eric Clapton, and Duane Allman.

    By age 16 he began performing at school events and local nightclubs. He has since put in countless hours performing thousands of gigs. The real change came in 2012 when Stachela made the decision to get serious about singing his own songs. Now free from the constraints of being a sideman, he has stepped up front and center – a bold move that has made a tremendous impact on his music.

    If there is an underlying theme, it’s that Johnny takes the hard road less traveled. His debut album is being recorded mostly “live” straight to a vintage Studer 820 tape machine. He prefers recording the old-school way at Rogers Boat Studio with co-producer Jorgen Carlsson (Gov’t Mule) and Analog engineer Steve Holroyd (AC/DC).

    The Johnny Stachela Band is currently putting the final touches on their debut album tentatively called “Walk Through Fire”, which will be released later this year.