The LOVE band featuring Johnny Echols Farewell UK Tour Summer 2019

The LOVE band featuring Johnny Echols sees Arthur Lee’s longest serving band return to the UK to perform classic songs from LOVE’s first three albums Love, De Capo and Forever Changes as well as some special deep cuts for the last time


From 1993 until Arthur’s death in 2006, the band Baby Lemonade performed with him, being an essential part of the renaissance of Love’s music. This iteration of Love saw many sold-out tours, as well as back to back Glastonbury performances and an appearance on Later With Jools Holland.

Joining Baby Lemonade is Love’s original lead guitarplayer and founding member Johnny Echols, who was part of the classic line-up that recorded the seminal Forever Changes.

Johnny Echols and Arthur Lee were childhood friends whose families both moved from Memphis to Los Angeles. Teenage Johnny & Arthur teamed up to form the groups Arthur Lee & The LAG’s and The American Four before they formed Love in 1965. The classic Love line-up featuring Johnny disbanded in ’68. Johnny reunited with Arthur Lee in 2005 to perform with Love once more.

Baby Lemonade formed in 1992 by Rusty Squeezebox, Mike Randle, David “Daddy-O” Green, later adding Dave Chapple to the mix. In ’93 the band landed the gig of a lifetime opening up for Love. That show was the last for that incarnation of Love as Arthur replaced them with the four Baby Lemonade members. Baby Lemonade released records on Sympathy For The Record Industry, Munster and Big Deal between ’93 and 2001.  Read more The LOVE band featuring Johnny Echols Farewell UK Tour Summer 2019

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GospelbeacH come to the UK – California Fantasy Tour 2017

We’re super excited to announce that our fave Cosmic Americans (the best kind) are on their way to the UK. Our very own JON ‘MOJO’ MILLS will be deejaying the London show


 

Brent Rademaker (leader and founder) says:

“I haven’t played in the UK for 15 years, I was waiting until I had something special. GospelbeacH is very special to me as it represents not only my life in music and beyond but it really gives folks a proper taste of the California rock ’n’ roll sound. Come out and dig on the West Coast vibes and help us raise the spirit of Another Summer Of Love.”

 

GospelbeacH

Brent Rademaker of furtherBeachwood Sparks and The Tyde brings his new band GospelbeacH over the UK for the first time this summer. The touring band also features ex-Slowdive and Mojave 3 drummer Ian McCutcheon.

GospelbeacH play dreamy American roots music and their new album Another Summer Of Love is out now on Alive naturalsound.

On Another Summer Of Love, like Gram Parsons, Rademaker has drawn nourishment from the openness of Southern California and the sunny, hopeful feeling that epitomises his work is in full effect here. From the kick-off ‘In The Desert’, which slyly references The Jam to the jaunty swing of ‘You’re Already Home’ which pays a subtle tribute to Rademaker’s hero Chris Hillman’s ‘Girl With No Name’, this is what Americana is supposed to be and sometimes is not. Smart, informed, soulful, well-executed and avoiding the slick assembly-line of 2017 Nashville, this is the kind of record that true fans of well-crafted tuneful rock live for.

Strange Days from Another Summer Of Love

 

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MIRANDA LEE RICHARDS (full band with members of GospelbeacH)

LA-based singer-songwriter Miranda Lee Richards started her musical career when she became friends with Kirk Hammet from Metallica, who taught her to play guitar. Early demos of her songs reached the ears of Anton Newcombe, and she joined his band The Brian Jonestown Massacre. She sang on their albums Give It Back, Bringing It All Back Home Again, and Stung Out In Heaven, and appeared with them in the seminal documentary DIG!.

Her music a mix of folk, psychedelia, country and indie pop and her new album Existential Beast is out now on Invisible Hands Music.

Lucid I Would Dream from Existential Beast

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