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SAN DIEGO MUSIC AWARDS 2013 NOMINEES SPEAK OUT

San Diego Music Awards 2013

San Diego Music Award nominees spill about what the award means to them, where the party is at, what music needs to be playing when they make that acceptance speech, and a few other gems about what to expect October 9th. Featuring The Silent Comedy, Boy King, Chess Wars, Family Wagon, Grampadrew, Dirty Sirens, The Paragraphs, and The Palace Ballroom.

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.

Five Fiesta Bands Celebrate Summer

Fiest Del Sol 2012 poster

The 33rd Annual Fiesta Del Sol on June 2 at Fletcher Cove Park in Solana Beach is once again being booked by The Belly Up. This year’s lineup includes some of San Diego’s finest homegrown talent. Here’s a chance to learn a little bit about 5 of the bands.

SAN DIEGO GOES BIG FOR TEXAS – TALES FROM SXSW

Austin TX

During the week of March 9 through March 18, 2012, the music world descended on Austin, Texas for South by Southwest. We posed 5 questions to the San Diegans who made the journey and lived to tell the tale. Some of the tales are twisted; some make sense; some don’t; some are insightful; some make you think; and some are just down right disturbing.

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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