Updated: Apr 25, 2021
NOTE: O’Malley Jones did not appear in this episode after all. You can catch his appearance in the upcoming episode, Episode 19. Go here to locate it: past and upcoming episodes .
This Sunday’s show will feature musician, writer, producer Joey Sykes, and internationally renowned sculptor and painter Suki Dail.
We’ll also get to discuss the “Lost Video Footage” of the 2015 Blue Water Music Festival and present a few of this week’s World’s best CV-19 inspired music videos.
The AGHH is LBCAC’s way of providing area residents with a little safe fun in dark times. “Harnessing the power of the ARTS for the benefit of the community,” is their slogan and this Arts/Music centric show does just that by shining a bright light on a few outstanding artists every Sunday.
The AGHH is the LBCAC-TV’s first show and step toward establishing Laguna’s first community TV station.
Joey Sykes is one of the latest additions to Laguna’s eclectic music scene. Born and raised in New York City, He’s played over a thousand shows, getting his start with Boystown, later Coward, Tommy Henriksen, Meredith Brooks (“I’m A Bitch”), The Babys, Honey River and more. Sykes has been writing for artists, television, motion pictures, and producing other artists.
Internationally renowned sculptor and painter Sukhdev Dail. This India native now calls his home Laguna Beach and has brought our town immense beauty, many of us are familiar with the creation of Sea Breeze, one of the town’s most cherished sculptures, “She is a mythical spirit who emerges from the sea, happy and graceful,” but there is a lot more to learn about this incredible man’s work and life.
Again, in case you haven’t heard, LBCAC has joined forces with the good folks at AlertTheGlobe.com, an international live-streaming company owned by members of The Rolling Stones, Springsteen’s Band, Ringo’s Band as well as Stevie Nicks’ Bands. They’ve installed a high-end multi-camera streaming system at our Forest Avenue location to broadcast the highest quality.
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