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Anything Goes Happy Hour – Episode 19

Updated: Apr 25, 2021

This Sunday’s show will feature sixteen-year-old musician, Noah Novick, and R&B/Soul/Gospel musician, O’Malley Jones.

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.

Noah Novick

Sixteen-year-old musician, Noah Novick, a junior at Laguna Beach High School, has been playing guitar and singing for seven years. Noah has performed at various fundraisers, including that of No Kid Goes Hungry, With My Own Two Hands, The Love Big Project, Le Fête de la Musique, as well as restaurants, malls, and bedside for seniors. Noah has been involved with Southern California’s Music in Common as well as the Community Outreach Alliance. Recently, he has recorded original songs with his duet partner Sage Escalante at Gold Pacific Studios. A musician at University Synagogue, Noah plays guitar and sings for his Jewish community. Noah has an eclectic repertoire that reflects his passion for singer-songwriter and alternative rock. Whether playing his originals or crafting a new spin on an oldie, Noah finds that music is the translator for his positive outlook on life.

O’Malley Jones

He’s the real deal when it comes to R&B and Soul music. Blessed with a provocative and rich vocal expression, he combines innovative stage choreography and a flashy performance style with audience participation and involvement. He can shout it with authority or sway and swing it with patented gestures. O’Malley has played with all the greats; there’s never a dull moment.

Again, in case you haven’t heard, LBCAC has joined forces with the good folks at, 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.

In order to bring you these shows and to “harness the power of the Arts to benefit the community,” we depend on your generous donations. Please consider giving any small amount today.

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