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Adam Lambert

Time: Saturday, August 22nd | 5-9:30pm (concert)

Anyone who has ever seen Adam Lambert perform knows that he carries within him an unquenchable thirst to sing better, to live better, to love better, to be better. “It’s this hunger,” he says. “You can’t sum it up too easily because it runs deep, and certain things quell it for a minute, and you're like, ‘Oh, I’m satisfied.’ Then you realize, ‘No, I’m not.’ Everybody’s chasing something.” On The Original High, Lambert’s third studio album, the international superstar keenly captures the piercing longing of trying to recapture the exquisite rush that comes with any first—from first kiss to first hit—followed by the inevitable dashed expectations.

adamofficial.com

AMERICAN AUTHORS

Time: Saturday, August 22nd | 5-9:30pm (concert)

A four-piece alt-rock outfit based in Brooklyn, American Authors use their razor-sharp musicianship and natural mastery of songcraft as a jumping-off point for sonic exploration. On their debut album "Oh, What a Life," singer Zac Barnett, guitarist James Adam Shelley, bassist Dave Rublin, and drummer Matt Sanchez weave in everything from hip-hop grooves and Afro-Latin rhythms to dance- pop synths and Queen-inspired vocal harmonies -- all while staying true to a rock-and-roll energy and melodic sensibility that's highly refined.

weareamericanauthors.com

THE MOWGLI'S

Time: Saturday, August 22nd | 5-9:30pm (concert)

When The Mowgli's first landed on the scene, their message of positivity and love resonated with audiences everywhere. The group's 2013 major label debut, "Waiting for the Dawn" [Photo Finish], debuted at #4 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and yielded the hit "San Francisco." Following its release, the seven-piece -- Colin Louis Dieden [vocals, guitar], Katie Jayne Earl [vocals, percussion], Dave Appelbaum [keyboards], Josh Hogan [guitar, vocals], Matthew Di Panni [bass], Spencer Trent [guitar, vocals], and Andy Warren [drums] -- performed on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CONAN, Watch What Happens Live, and more. Between headline tours and runs supporting everybody from Walk The Moon to Manchester Orchestra, they even cut a song for the Relativity Media hit film "Earth To Echo." Along the way, their interpretation of love became even clearer, and it defines their sophomore outing, "Kids In Love."

themowglis.net

Full Music Schedule

Saturday, August 22nd

Adam Lambert

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

Anyone who has ever seen Adam Lambert perform knows that he carries within him an unquenchable thirst to sing better, to live better, to love better, to be better. “It’s this hunger,” he says. “You can’t sum it up too easily because it runs deep, and certain things quell it for a minute, and you're like, ‘Oh, I’m satisfied.’ Then you realize, ‘No, I’m not.’ Everybody’s chasing something.” On The Original High, Lambert’s third studio album, the international superstar keenly captures the piercing longing of trying to recapture the exquisite rush that comes with any first—from first kiss to first hit—followed by the inevitable dashed expectations.

adamofficial.com

AMERICAN AUTHORS

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

A four-piece alt-rock outfit based in Brooklyn, American Authors use their razor-sharp musicianship and natural mastery of songcraft as a jumping-off point for sonic exploration. On their debut album "Oh, What a Life," singer Zac Barnett, guitarist James Adam Shelley, bassist Dave Rublin, and drummer Matt Sanchez weave in everything from hip-hop grooves and Afro-Latin rhythms to dance- pop synths and Queen-inspired vocal harmonies -- all while staying true to a rock-and-roll energy and melodic sensibility that's highly refined.

weareamericanauthors.com

RADICAL SOMETHING

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

Hailing from Northern and Southern California, Radical Something's inspirational movement has spread rapidly throughout the US and abroad ever since the trio released their first song, "Be Easy," in Summer 2011. In a short period, they have stormed the iTunes charts, toured the nation three times, and spurred a die-hard following with their unique brand of hip hop, reggae and soul.

weareradical.com

HEYMOUS MOLLY

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

Omar Tavarez brings that innate sense of showmanship to everything he does. At 6’1”, he’s a commanding presence, with a natural charisma and the lively patter of a born entertainer. His transition from drummer to frontman sprung organically from that first conversation with Pitbull on the bus in Germany. Encouraged, he began making trips to Nashville to collaborate with seasoned writers and hone his songwriting skills. The result is the songs he’s currently working on for his debut album, which mine feel‐good territory.

heymousmollyofficial.com

THE MOWGLI'S

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

When The Mowgli's first landed on the scene, their message of positivity and love resonated with audiences everywhere. The group's 2013 major label debut, "Waiting for the Dawn" [Photo Finish], debuted at #4 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and yielded the hit "San Francisco." Following its release, the seven-piece -- Colin Louis Dieden [vocals, guitar], Katie Jayne Earl [vocals, percussion], Dave Appelbaum [keyboards], Josh Hogan [guitar, vocals], Matthew Di Panni [bass], Spencer Trent [guitar, vocals], and Andy Warren [drums] -- performed on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CONAN, Watch What Happens Live, and more. Between headline tours and runs supporting everybody from Walk The Moon to Manchester Orchestra, they even cut a song for the Relativity Media hit film "Earth To Echo." Along the way, their interpretation of love became even clearer, and it defines their sophomore outing, "Kids In Love."

themowglis.net

DANNY MERCER

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

Throughout his fledgling career as a singer songwriter and musician Danny Mercer has had a way of impressing people right out of the gate. A few years back when Mercer was a college student and aspiring songwriter, he saw a tweet from The Messengers’ Nasri who was looking for fresh talent and sent off some of his songs. Nasri (who now also fronts chart-topping band Magic!) immediately expressed interest and put him to work. Now Mercer is ready to launch himself as an artist in his own right. He is currently in the studio putting the finishing touches on his debut EP, which will further showcase his Latin-influenced pop-rock sound, deft songwriting, and heartfelt voice. A voice that is able to ascend from a warm tenor to a soaring falsetto on a dime.

dannymercermusic.com

BAHARI

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

Coming out of the idyllic Southern California community of Manhattan Beach, female modern pop trio Bahari, which is vocalist/bassist Natalia Panzarella, vocalist/keyboardist Ruby Carr, and vocalist/guitarist Sidney Sartini, embody a youthful reflection of the carefree spirit of the coastal lifestyle, starting with their name. With collective influences that span singer-songwriter folk and ’70s soft rock to contemporary pop, the members of Bahari have created a radiant, harmony-rich, brightly melodic sound for their debut EP, due this summer from XIX Recordings/Rock Mafia/Interscope.

HOLYCHILD

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

HOLYCHILD is comprised of Liz Nistico and Louie Diller. They met in college in 2011, have been writing music ever since and call their genre, brat pop. On their debut album The Shape Of Brat Pop to Come, HOLYCHILD takes on nothing less than the idea of power dynamics and inequality—be it racial, social status, or gender-motivated. The beats are wild (thanks in no small part to Diller’s stint in Cuba studying Afro-Cuban drumming), and the tongues are placed firmly in cheek.

holychildmusic.com

HAYLEY ORRANTIA

Time: 5-9:30pm (concert)

Hayley Orrantia plays “Erica Goldberg” on the ABC hit comedy, THE GOLDBERGS. The show will premiere its third season on September 23, 2015. She stars opposite Wendi McLendon-Covey and Jeff Garlin as a beautiful but rebellious high-school junior with a smart mouth who nonetheless, really loves her family. Orrantia began singing professionally as well as songwriting at the age of 13, and studying acting and piano at age 15. She sang background vocals on a number of Disney albums before being part of the girl group, “Lakoda Rayne,” which came in the top 10 during the first season of X-FACTOR.

Friday, August 21st

FAULKNER

Time: 3:45pm

Since Faulkner's emergence in 2013, the bicoastal rockers who formed in Venice, CA. have hit the ground running on their journey to success. Landing an unfinished demo of their song "NY Anthem" in the hands of RZA, the WuTang Clan mastermind, Faulkner captured the hip hop God's interest, leading to their first major collaboration. With surprise collaborations and a slew of upcoming performances following the midsummer release of their debut record 'Street Axioms,' Faulkner is set to issue their anticipated EP titled 'Revolutionary,' giving us a glimpse of the music that's to come.

Kevin Miso

Time: 4:45pm

Any music lover who lives near the ocean between San Diego and Santa Barbara has undoubtedly heard Long Beach, CA, native Kevin Miso play. With his boardshorts and surf cap, an acoustic guitar slung over his shoulders, the singer-songwriter’s breezy, reggae-inflected music is the perfect accompaniment to a chilled Corona, songs like “Rise Up” and “Harder” expressing the lure of the SoCal lifestyle in all its seductive glory. (Roy Traken, Billboard)

kevinmiso.com