They’re calling it “A Celebration of Life.”
Tomorrow night (Saturday, July 7), Orange County metal band Six will be partying and paying tribute to Eric Stewart, departed dear friend and one-half of the recording duo Stewart/Roberts Productions.
Six will be accompanied by Kiljoy Union, Complex and New Hatred, and there'll be a set by DJ Atrochez. Some go-go dancers will also be there, you know, in case you weren’t celebrating life enough.
Sounds like one hell of a sendoff, in pure rock & roll style.
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Proceeds from the show (a mere $10 cover) will go directly to Stewart/Roberts Productions to “continue Eric’s dream of a place where artists can create and record.”
Besides the warm, fuzzy feeling of helping a worthy cause, every entry will also receive a copy of Six’s latest album, Between the Warning and the War, which was the last album Stewart recorded.
It’s enough to bring a tear to your blackened eye, but I won’t tell anyone. Come on now, show some love.
A Celebration of Life at the Blue Cafe, 17280 PCH, Huntington Beach. Sat., July 7, 8 p.m. $10. 21+.