Tag Archive: Paul Cannon

LIFE IS ABOUT LOVE: PAUL CANNON’S PEACEFUL WARRIOR TRIBE

Homegrown

Music is a healer. Not only can it turn around a bad day, it also has the ability to go deeper, eliciting a powerful therapeutic effect on the spirit, mind, and even body. Those of us who love music know what a difference it makes in every area of life. But our friend Paul Cannon is so passionate about this feeling that he’s taken it to the next level. His My Tribe movement is not just about the music he makes and what it means to him; it’s about global good vibes and a passion to bring peace and positivity to the masses.

PAUL CANNON BAND – HOMEGROWN – ALBUM REVIEW

Homegrown

The happy-go-lucky, jingle-jangle acoustic guitar singalong “Homegrown’” casts Cannon in the role of hippie minstrel, sending out positive, grateful vibrations to America’s finest city.

DARIUS DEGHER’S LEUCADIA LOVE SONG

Darius Degher

There haven’t been too many songs that have name-checked San Diego over the years. Tom Waits gave us “San Diego Serenade;” Springsteen throws in a mention about a french restaurant in “Rosalita;” Bing Crosby crooned about when the surf meets the turf in Del Mar; and more recently, Paul Cannon offers the San Diego (Padres semi theme?) song “Homegrown.” None of these, though, possess the hometown adulation that Darius Degher pours into his single “Leucadia Love Song.”

WIN FREE TICKETS – PAUL CANNON BAND LIVE AT THE BELLY UP!

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The Paul Cannon Band has been using its good times and good vibes music to build a loyal throng of followers. They just successfully traversed up the West Coast, opening sold out shows for Tristan Prettyman and wowing crowds with their honest, upbeat performance. Here’s your chance to win TWO Free Tickets to The Paul Cannon Band at The Belly Up on April 25th.

SD MUSIC SCENE’S 2012 HIGHLIGHTS AND 2013 RESOLUTIONS

New Year Resolutions

As the year comes to a close, it’s an official SD Rock ‘n’ Roll tradition to put out a couple of questions to some of our favorites in the San Diego music scene to help us reflect on the awesomeness of 2012 and launch us into the possibilities of 2013. Never ones to disappoint, here’s what our charismatic, warm, and witty friends had to say.

SOUNDWAVE’S NOVEMBER GUEST – LUC REYNAUD

Luc and the Lovingtons

This month’s featured Hay House Radio show’s artist is Luc Reynaud, who discusses his amazing journey to New Orleans during hurricane Katrina. From his desire to help others during time of crisis, Luc was assigned to work at a local shelter. Through the power of music and people of every age coming together, Luc and his band The Lovingtons’ lives were irrevocably transformed.

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