A Decade Of Rock And Roll Photo Exhibit And All Star Pro Jam August 21


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House band featuring Tyra Juliette, Paul Ill, Tony Moore, Doug Webb, Haakon Graf, Ricky Zaharaides

Confirmed Performances: Arturo Sandoval, Divinity Roxx, Mellow Man Ace, John Beasley, Keith England, Nick Smith, Ronald Bruner Sr, Tony Moore, Barbara Morrison, Jamie Hodes & Deep Pink, Rebel House Radio, Doug Webb, Haakon Graf, Clayton Cameron, Paul Ill, Herman Jackson, Hans Zermuehlen, Michael Blumberg, Tyra Juliette, Sherry Pruitt, Dale Fisher, Janis Mann, Dan Farrow, Gonzales, Dayren Santamaria, and more...

Scheduled to Attend: John Densmore (The Doors), Stanley Clarke, Andy Garcia, Alphonso Johnson, Billy Vera, Jimmy Earl, The Chimpz, Blackbyrd McKnight, Leon Ware, Ira Black, Billy Valentine, Ellia English, Kathryn Bostic, Iris Cepada, Walt Fowler, Charmaine Clamor, Chris Clarke, Ian Fowles, Ciera Payton, Dan Lutz, Shane Gelinas, Paulinho DaCosta, Wayne Linsey, Miles Evans, and more...

A photo exhibit dedicated to the LA music scene from the Sunset Strip to big music festivals taken by Scott Mitchell and a Jam Session! A portion of photo sales to benefit Adopt The Arts.

6101 Reseda Blvd.
Tarazana, CA 91335

Thursday, August 21, 2014
TIME: 5:00 PM Press Check-In
5:30 PM Red Carpet Opens
7:00 PM Music Begins

About Scott Mitchell

Scott Mitchell is an award-winning Los Angeles-based photographer and photojournalist. It was an organic progression when he combined his passion for music with his passion for photography. Scott has been the house photographer at the iconic Whisky A Go Go since 2004. As a credentialed free lance photojournalist he has been covering the music scene in his home town LA at clubs on the Sunset Strip as well as most major venues and festivals.

Over the years, Scott earned the respect and trust of some of the biggest names in the business. John Densmore (The Doors), Ralph Johnson and Verdine White (Earth, Wind, and Fire), Divinity Roxx, Mellow Man Ace, Arturo Sandoval, and Rickey Rouse are a few of his friends. Scott just finished work on the album art for drum icon Steve Gadd.

His photos have been generously shared with hundreds of bands and artists. Scott strongly believes that artists have an obligation to support artists.

This show is more than just Scott's celebration of the Los Angeles rock scene. It is a chance for the talented artists in the LA rock scene to recognize the work of a friend.

NOTE: Artist appearances are subject to change check with us on the day of the show for update

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