Rob Thomas, best known as the frontman for Matchbox Twenty, played an extraordinary concert at Samala showroom in the Chumash Casino Resort, Friday night, March 29th. Not only was the show sold out long ago, but it was the largest audience at the venue since Stevie Wonder played there a few years ago. Music fans filled every nook and cranny of the showroom for the one-off concert.
Photos and Article By L. Paul Mann More Photos at the bottom Members of the original Sly and The Family Stone band brought their funky rock sounds to the Samala […]
The sun is out and what better way to enjoy than music from all eras. On the cover we have multi-talented Lita Ford talking about her latest release “Time Capsule”, […]
George Clinton Brings the Funk to Chumash Casino Resort Santa Ynez Photo Credit: L.Paul Mann – www.lpaulmann.com Full Article in October 2015 Vandala Magazine or in our Daily Post Here
George Clinton, one of the original innovators of American Funk music, came to the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez last week, with a small army of performers in tow. The 74 year old maestro of Funk looked like he arrived ready for business, in a sleek Maroon suit, […]
Octobers Vandala brings the start of the next season of new music, albums, tours and more. Finger Eleven recently just released ‘Five Crooked Lines’ and we caught up with Scott […]