With an undeniable ear for a pop hook and high energy performances, WATERS (a new project from Port O’Brien’s Van Pierszalowski) is poised to be one of the West Coast’s big break out bands this year.
The first single “Got to My Head” is already a KCRW favorite and we’re thrilled to announce the band will be kicking off the public radio station’s Summer Nights series with a performance at One Colorado in Old Pasadena on Saturday, June 7.
The evening begins at 7:30pm with a DJ set from Dan Wilcox.
(Previously scheduled artist Lo-Fang cancelled due to other tour date conflicts.)
One Colorado spans a city block in Old Pasadena, between Colorado Boulevard, Union, Delacey and Fair Oaks. Make Music Pasadena (presented by KCRW) will be taking place down the street, so early arrival is encouraged!
KCRW returns to One Colorado on June 21 with a performance from orchestral pop outfit Kan Wakan and DJ Marion Hodges on the decks.
KCRW was an early supporter of Kan Wakan – so early, they went by a different name at the time – and we’re thrilled to present their lush, artfully created, noir-kissed sound.
Their full-length debut, “Moving On”, comes out on Verve on June 3.
Summer Nights returns for a fifth year, with more than 30 free, outdoor, all ages concerts that are open to the public.
Find the full lineup of shows here.
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