Tag Archive: Casbah

DOES SAN DIEGO NEED ANOTHER MUSIC VENUE?

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Six of San Diego’s music venues have closed in the last two years: 4th & B, Anthology, Calypso, The Tiki House, Brick By Brick, and most recently, The Griffin. So, does San Diego really need another music venue?

HOW THE WHISTLE STOP GOT FLIM-FLAMMED

How the Whistle Stop Got Flim-Flammed

Featuring a scattering of some of San Diego’s finest songwriters from bands like Transfer, River City, Midnight Pine, and Trailduster, the Flim Flam Review is a once-a-month, no-holds-barred, good time, old fashioned hootenanny.

SAN DIEGO MUSIC SCENE SHARES ITS FAVORITE CASBAH MEMORIES

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What do you get when you ask nine musicians and one 94.9 DJ to recall their favorite shows, first time shows, and best times at The Casbah? We bring the month-long 25th Anniversary to a close with their personal/ odd/ unique/ blurry and funny as shit answers.

FAMILY WAGON’S JANUARY CASBAH RESIDENCY

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For the next four Mondays in January, Family Wagon will post up at The Casbah, using it as base camp for a month’s residency. The momentum they have built up over the last year, using an all out, balls-to-the-walls live show as their calling card, has more than qualified them for this showcase. After speaking with them about the coming Monday’s, it sounds like they are more than ready to go. Here’s what else they had to say about their January Casbah residency.

It’s the 2012 San Diego Music Thing!

SAn Diego Music Thing 2012

The San Diego Music Thing comes around once a year and features some of San Diego’s finest bands doing their thing for two nights throughout town. If you are a musician, wannabe musician, industry insider or just want to hear about where the music industry is at these days, this is the place for you.

The Family Wagon at The Casbah – Concert Review

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Even though The Family Wagon wasn’t headlining the show Friday night at the Casbah, it didn’t stop them from playing like they were. This is a band that, when seen live, leaves you with no doubt in your mind that they’ve given you everything they got. The energy they put into their last song of the night was enough to kill most bands.

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