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    Tuesday, August 29, 2006

    Al Jardine and His Band - Live Action Heroes


    Pictured: Beach Boys afficianado Les Chan, Al Jardine, Stevie Heger and the nicest guy on the planet - Carl Mindling


    Al Jardine and his band(Live Action Heroes)
    Chamisal Tennis and Fitness Club
    Monterey, California
    August 19th, 2006



    This was a private function event for the members of the Chamisal Tennis and Fitness Club’s 30th anniversary in Monterey. A stage with lighting was set up on a tennis court and a three camera video crew recorded the show.

    Starting at 2p.m. was Santa Cruz based band The Hot Rods.
    The Monterey/Santa Cruz area band Live Action Heroes followed next. Al joined the popular cover dance band, Live Action Heroes, at the end of their one hour set. He played a short but spirited rockin’set. Al was in very good spirits and in excellent shape vocally. Live Action Heroes faithfully backed Al on these tunes and it was really wonderful to hear “California Saga: California” included in the set. There were cheers from the 500 plus throng sunburned members when Monterey and Salinas were mentioned in the lyrics. It was a good day of fun for everyone! A guitar signed by Al was given to the winner of the “Wipe Out” drumming contest during Live Action Heroes’ audience participation number. Stevie Heger is also the leader of his own band, Hey Stevie. Check out www.HeyStevie.com for the latest news on his forthcoming
    DVD release.


    The band:

    Al Jardine (vocals and guitar)
    Stevie Heger (vocals/drums/percussion)
    Luana Pedota (vocals)
    Scott Slaughter (vocals,keysboards)
    Mike Shannon (percussion/drums)
    Dave Byron (guitar)
    Gary Regina (sax)
    Bob Langford (bass)


    Set:

    California Dreamin’
    California Saga: California
    Sail On Sailor( Stevie Heger handled lead vocals)
    Sloop John B
    Help Me Rhonda
    Surfin USA



    Encore:

    Fun Fun Fun



    Mahalo!
    Surf's Up Forever
    Les in San Francisco

    Posted by Les Chan
    August 21, 2006 at 09:18:16 AM


    Check out the official website for Al Jardine


    Sunday, August 13, 2006

    John Hoskinson


    John Hoskinson has graced our playlists for two years and his album "Miscellaneous Heathen" is a must have for any fan of jangly melodic rock. Yes, his song "I Hope I Die Before You Do" is still in heavy rotation like it's a brand spanking new record, but it's new to anyone who has never heard it before. John's album is pure pop bliss. We had a chance to have him on the air and you can listen to his entire interview online. It's not in stereo like our own streaming site for The Time Machine but John Hoskinson has made it available at his official site for download at 50 minutes with Lo-Fi mono audio. We don't know how much longer it will be available so check it out while you can.


    John Hoskinson's Official Website - www.johnhoskinson.com

    John Hoskinson on MySpace Music


    Tuesday, August 08, 2006

    Rachel Merchand's album "The Ashling" is available - pick up a copy!



    Rachel Merchand's official website





    ist



    February 1, 2006 4:29 AM

    Okay, now I'm just making meow noises... so much for my professional demeanour...



    Monday, August 07, 2006

    Hanging Loose on the Island of Hawaii - aka "The Big Island"


    Nothing really to show or explain. Not an album cover shoot. Just Michael McCartney thinking about lunch while a photograph is snapped. It was odd for members of The Time Machine to hear the radio show come in loud and clear on the Kona Coast, Waikoloa and the Kohala Coast (Enjoyed the fine folks at Kawaihae). We often get calls and emails from the other Hawaiian islands but when we're in the air studio, we have no idea just how far the signal really reaches and that listeners in different locales from our own home base can hear us spreading music over the Hawaiian airwaves. It's almost easier for the staff to comprehend being heard online in other parts of the globe from Europe to Japan or Africa to Canada than just a few hundred miles away.

    Jaclyn



    August 2, 2006 2:12 PM

    Is this at the cultural center? Looking studdly by the way...



    Joe King



    August 4, 2006 1:23 PM

    All you need is some pamphlets to pass out, ala the strip!



    Wednesday, August 02, 2006

    Ricky Bobby Fun at the Movies



    The Time Machine



    July 29, 2006 3:47 PM

    Sasha...it's official...we are both movie theater geeks who really should be banned from having a camera anywhere near us.



    :) Michael



    Sasha



    Jul 29, 2006 2:21 PM

    I'm so jealous you had a camera! Haha I had to use my cell phone!

    I'm being good this time around, I got my wisdom teeth pulled so crazy Sasha is kinda more like puffy sasha this trip :(




    Denyne



    7/30/2006 7:47 AM

    lol, Hilarious picture. Was the movie good?




    The Time Machine



    7/29/2006 4:15 PM

    Denyne,

    It looks like Sasha isn't the only one who goes "slightly mental" in the cinema lobby. This was not planned! Honest promise!

    Next Switching of Theaters - "Clerks II",
    Michael



    Tuesday, August 01, 2006

    DJ SKINNY GUY flips burgers instead of vinyl


    DA WORM



    July 29, 2006 5:04 PM

    Never trust a skinny chef! That's what Sam Choy said! hehehe



    Mareva



    July 30, 2006 3:19 PM

    LOL!!! Dude! This is a hilarious pic! LOL!!! Good one Mike...



    Skinny



    July 30, 2006 4:36 PM

    I used my "special" sauce! =P



    Jaclyn



    August 2, 2006 2:11 PM

    Is this his new gig?