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Memorial for John Carrillo, OC's Premiere Open Mic Host, Set For Thursday in Orange

7 months ago by Joel Beers
On Martin Luther King Day, John Carrillo, a longtime fixture on the OC singer-songwriter circuit, asked a friend if he wanted to go to the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.  Carrillo, a huge fan of the Beatles, Frank Sinatra, the Who,  and a myriad of other artists, had never been...
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Mike Doughty On Soul Coughing, The Book of Drugs and His Solo Career

6 years ago by Daniel Kohn
In this week's print edition, we're profiling former Soul Coughing frontman and singer/songwriter Mike Doughty, who will be in San Juan Capistrano at The Coach House on Thursday. He recently released an autobiography, The Book Of Drugs, which chronicles his drug and alcohol addiction along with his tenuous time in...
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Andrew McMahon Personifies Dad Rock...In a Good Way

2 years ago by Lilledeshan Bose
If anyone lived happily ever after, you'd think that would be Andrew McMahon. Everything about his life--the highs, the lows--was made for a storybook. The 32-year-old singer/songwriter was a teenage rock star; in the late '90s, he led Dana Point pop-punkers Something Corporate to fame. He moved on to the...
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Fountains of Wayne At the Troubadour Last Night: Here's What to Expect at Their Coach House Show

6 years ago by Michael Chin
Fountains of WayneOct. 13, 2011Troubadour When I told my friends I was going to a Fountains of Wayne show, I was met almost universally with the same reaction: "Wait, the 'Stacy's Mom' guys? They're still touring?" But despite the fact they may have somewhat faded from the limelight, these guys...
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Long Beach Offers Collective Punishment

6 years ago by Nick Schou
Except for the oversized green cross painted on the wall and the acrylic sign with the olive-colored marijuana seed inside the letter O, Avalon Wellness Collective looks exactly like all the other razor-wire-topped, one-story buildings that line the west side of the 710 freeway. Six months ago, the 8,000-square-foot, charcoal-gray...
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Hock the Line

10 years ago by Jim Ridley
As an actor, John C. Reilly is the opposite of Mr. Cellophane. He doesn't disappear into a role; roles disappear onto him-the unlikely porn sidekick of Boogie Nights, the inadequately adequate family man of The Hours, the cutup cowboy of A Prairie Home Companion, all stamped and imprinted with the...
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