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Chicano Music Public Service Announcement

Because we would hate for you to miss out

By The East L.A. Revue/LatinoLA Road Dogs
Published on LatinoLA: October 8, 2007


Chicano Music Public Service Announcement


Chicano Music Public Service Announcement

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Hey, we know it's been awhile since you last heard from us, but it's been a busy, hectic summer, and we're just catching our breath after a good one!

Now, as we head into the fall season, the action continues in the Land of 1000 Dances!

The San Fernando Valley takes top billing this Friday night, as Frankie Firme of East L.A. Revue Radio hosts another live radio broadcast, this time from the BREWLINE COFFEE DRIVE-THRU in San Fernando, located at 1240 Truman St., from 7 pm to 10 pm. Come on out and enjoy some of the finest coffee in the San Fernando Valley, fresh sandwiches, and a comfortable place to hang out with some of the best people & music on earth, in San Fernando, Califas! For more info: (818) 472-2028. Bring the family !

Then, as if that's not enough, the powerful and soulful sounds of Santa Ana's BARELA BAND joins the 5th Annual San Fernando High School Alumni Scholarship Dance at the famed Ararat Grand Ballroom in Mission Hills . Continuing their successful California tour after a smashing L.A. debut just last year, BARELA is becoming well known for their hot and sassy Tower of Power inspired brass sounds, and original music, packing dance floors wherever they go! For more info: Diane Velarde-Hernandez (818) 398-7658 or Michael Velarde at (661) 618-3363, or log onto www.barelaband.com.

Rounding out the San Fernando Valley Friday night action, THE COMPANY BAND, featuring Becky Cordova & Frankie Fontaine, take it to last call at the Northridge Presidente Restaurant Lounge for more live music & dancing. For more info: (818) 389-9214 or log onto: www.thecompanyband-tcb.com

The COMPANY Band will also be performing at Sal Rodriguez's Halloween Costume Bash along with Comedian Gilbert Esquivel, Issac Avila & the Pirates, and DJ Suarez on Friday, October 26th at the Casa Torres Resaurant in San Fernando. For more info: SaltheDrummer@aol.com

On the east side of the City of Angels in the Land of 1000 Dances, THE WHITTIER RADISSON Hotel Lounge is still one of the hottest places in L.A. to get your boogie on and mingle with some fine people. This Friday starting at 9pm, SUAVE takes the stage for your dancing pleasure, and Saturday, Peter Jaramillo opens up his time capsule and takes you back to the 70's with opening night of the Retro Disco Nights Deluxe Party Train. (Don't throw them platforms away yet!) Come on out and show what you know! For more info: www.jegrp.com or call (626) 488-3344.

And the Whittier Radisson is the location for Steven Chavez's production of "A Musical Evening with Joe Bataan", featuring the pride of Northern California, The Kool Katz, featuring Kelly "The Kat" Galvan on Sunday, October 21st. Come out and enjoy the King of Latin Soul's last West Coast appearance for 2007. For info & tickets: (626) 488-3344, or (951) 653-7777, www.eastLArevue.com or www.jegrp.com. One of the better dance & concert shows in L.A. this year !

Sunday, October 14th, Cory Silva brings you another blockbuster dance & concert by the banks of the San Gabriel River as he hosts The TEMPTATIONS, the DELFONICS, the MOMENTS, the BAD BOYZ of East L.A. Oldies, Chicana diva SARINA SILVA, DJ Smooth and other special guests at the A MI HACIENDA Restaurant ballroom in Pico Rivera. Tickets are going but quick!! For more info: (626) 506-4121 or e-mail CORYSILVA@peoplepc.com

Also on Sunday, October 14th, the pride of Montebello, THE WISEGUYS, Aztlan's latest big band tribute stars that are getting attention throughout the southwest, take it to the mysterious hills of old town L.A., just outside of Griffith Park at the classic Derby Restaurant on the corner of Los Feliz and Hillhurst Avenues, where the Hollywood ghosts roam after dark. For more info: (323) 663-8979 or log onto www.mtbwiseguys.org

As always the finest music on the World Wide Internet radio airwaves are found on www.eastLArevue.com and www.chicanoexpress.com , 24 hours a day 7 days a week, rain or shine!!

And the word of Aztlan is found on www.LatinoLA.com, where it's always a Brown thing, baby! The latest in current & cultural events, opinions of the brightest minds, and some of today's most gifted writers all hang a hat at LatinoLA.com, giving you the Brown perspective like nobody else!

The largest, and most popular Latino Web magazine on the West Coast, and blessed by the Goddess of Ritmo herself, tell all your friends to check out LatinoLA.com!

And check out the "cool links page" on www.frankiefirme.50megs.com ~ linking the best people with the best people in the Land of 1000 Dances.
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This has been a Chicano Music Public service Announcement brought to you as a courtesy of The East L.A. Revue, LatinoLA.com, Finance2sell.com, Chicano Express Radio, and of course, the road dogs...because we would hate for you to miss out on what's happening, because you didn't get the word!

For more info on listings write us at: info@latinola.com or stevenchavez68@hotmail.com

The East L.A. Revue/LatinoLA road dogs are friends, fans, and listeners that let us know what's happening in their side of town, and are ussualy at every event listed.





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