The Luca song "Waiting For Lost Time" is the promo song for the TV show The Vampire Diaries, Season 6 ep 2. You can pick up "Waiting For Lost Time" on the album "You Win Again" by Luca at iTunes or on CD from Funzalo Records. Scary! Stop by Facebook and give the artist a like: Luca
Waiting For Lost Time - music and lyrics by Nick Luca
I don't mind it so slow
I don't seem to grow old
Last night, last week, last year
The faces all look the same
Years go by, it feels like a minute
Where did the time go?
Try to live your life, but you lose your mind in it
Time passes much slower here
The seasons don't exist at all
The sun still rises, the sun does set
Summer is the winter and the spring is the fall
Adults, they act like children
And play like children too
I don't mind it so slow I don't seem to grow old Waiting for lost time Waiting for lost time Waiting for lost time Waiting for lost time
I don't mind it so slow I don't seem to grow old I don't mind it so slow I don't seem to grow old Waiting for lost time Waiting for lost time Waiting for lost time Waiting for lost time
This week is Dreaming Sin Fronteras at USC in Los Angeles. The multi-media event features the band led by my good friends Shawn King (DeVotchka) and Raul Pacheco (Ozo Matli). I'll be playing keyboards for this amazing event, one of the LA Weekly top picks of the week!
Dreaming Sin Fronteras
Visions and Voices
Dreaming Sin Fronteras (Dreaming without Borders) tells the stories of undocumented youth through music, visual art and testimony. The multimedia event features “DREAMers” from across L.A.; musicians Shawn King (DeVotchKa), Raul Pacheco (Ozomatli), Ceci Bastida (Tijuana NO!) and Stephen Brackett (The Flobots); and art by Favianna Rodriguez.
Dreaming Sin Fronteras (Dreaming without Borders) will bring to Bovard Auditorium the honest and often heartbreaking stories of undocumented youth through live music, visual art and testimony. Adapted and directed by Antonio Mercado, this unique production will feature student actors from USC and Jose Julian (A Better Life) along with “DREAMers”—undocumented students who would benefit from a federal Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act—from across Los Angeles. With live music by Shawn King (DeVotchKa), Raul Pacheco (Ozomatli), Ceci Bastida(Tijuana NO!) and Stephen Brackett(The Flobots) along with visual designs by activist-artistFavianna Rodriguez, this multimedia event will powerfully communicate the narratives of young people whose lives are deeply and devastatingly defined by international borders and immigration laws. Audience members will have the chance to take commemorative photos in front of Rodriguez’s most circulated art piece, Migration Is Beautiful. Additional links: Ceci Bastida Facebook, Twitter Favianna Rodriguez Facebook, Twitter Organized by Josh Kun (Communication). Co-sponsored by USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration and El Centro Chicano.
Bovard Auditorium (ADM)
University Park Campus
Admission is free. Reservations required. RSVP at the links below beginning Thursday, September 18, at 9 a.m.
I'm excited to be playing piano with pedal steel guru Jon Rauhouse and his orchestra for a pair of swingin' shows in The Copper State. Classic Tunes, Hawaiian Music, Country Swing, TV Show Themes and original songs to make you smile!
Jon Rauhouse is a pedal steel/ hawaiian guitarist of the highest order. We first came across him playing with the
then he has released three solo records, which were all originally
released on Bloodshot, and appeared on recordings by Neko Case, Sally
Timms, Kelly Hogan, Jon Langford, John Doe, Jakob Dylan, Old 97s,
Visqeen, Calexico, Giant Sand and many more.
He currently resides in Neko Case's band.
The album (Steel Guitar Heart Attack) is pure instrumental magic. Woozy, dreamy songs that’ll set
your mind to sailing into the sunset, happy hour, or the arms of your
Polynesian princess. Beguiling melodies that take us to “Idaho,” the
“Hood Canal,” and the “Girls of Pajama Hill” (who hasn’t wanted to go
there?) or provide the perfect wordless soundtrack when you want to wet
your line or wet your whistle. Everything from country classics to the
theme song from Mannix. That’s called versatility, my friends. There’s
even a banjo number that shows Jon can play stuff standing up, too.
Doors are @7pm Come by and have a bite with us. Food
by Kun Garden Chinese and the 3 Sister Snack Bar. See some old faces
before the music starts and secure your place on the dance floor. Bring
an I phone, shoot some video and join in the reunion project with us by contributing to our Kickstarter campaign!
30 years ago a group of youngsters from Hollis N.H. met in a cold room above the garage at the flea market with one dream - to rock! 7 years later and dozens of shows that took them throughout New England into New York, Coldfinger had amassed a fiercely loyal following and a vast repertoire of classic rock hits, deep cuts and original jams. The final 6 members still make music to this day living in the various corners of the USA. They reunite for a one-off, one-time weekend of insanity! Remember when you used to say - "Are you going to Coldfingah?? I AMMM!"
A big thanks from myself and the band to John and Suzanne and everyone who came out to the Jacaranda Veranda concert on Aug 23. We sure had a great time and sure are happy you enjoyed the music! Click the picture to download your copy of Line Of Sight and name your price. All money paid goes straight to the artist. Hope you enjoy!
I am thrilled to be joining these visionary artists in bringing you Mas Out There! Live music, video, dance, arts and design all co-mingle in a true collaboration. You can be normal, and you can be out there - but we invite you to be... Mas Out There!
FREE summer concerts at California Plaza in DTLA
Raul Pacheco (Ozomatli) and Reyes Rodriguez (Tropico de Nopal)
These cultural raconteurs explore the sights, sounds, and cultural fringes of the universe.