Long Beach Alex’s Bar

Rose’s Pawn Shop Headlines Roots Music Night at Alex’s Bar

roots-music-night The Kings Inn: Roots Music Night kicked off  at Long Beach’s premier live music venue for punk rock and beyond last month with Leon Virgil Bowers and guests and will return to Alex’s this week on February 27th with a lineup stacked with great local, regional and touring acts.

Monthly Roots Music Showcase to Kick off at Alex’s Bar

roots-showcase Hillgrass Bluebilly Southern California announces a new roots music showcase to take place once a month at Long Beach’s premier live venue for punk rock and beyond – Alex’s Bar. Just over two years ago the same venue was the destination for Hillgrass So.

The Weary Boys Return to Alex’s Bar Saturday

weary-boys Hillgrass Bluebilly Southern California to host a country music concert featuring The Weary Boys triumphant return at Alex’s Bar, Saturday, August 16th . If you were around the underground country and rockabilly scene in the mid 2,000’s you most likely saw The Weary Boys perform all over popular venues in Southern California.

Folk and Roots Music Showcase at Alex’s Bar This Friday

possessed by paul james Possessed by Paul James will play Alex’s Bar with Sean & Zander and Blind John Pope on Friday, June 27 from 8pm–2am. Hillgrass Bluebilly Southern California to host a Folk & Roots Music Showcase featuring touring headliner Texas-based Multi-Instrumentalist and one-man-band, Possessed By Paul James plus co-headliner the fiery punk rock “Legendary Duo” turned “West Coast Roots”, Sean Wheeler & Zander Schloss and more. 

Hillgrass Bluebilly Southern California to Host Western Mini Festival at Alex’s Bar

alexs-hillgrass Hillgrass Bluebilly Southern California to host a Western Mini Festival featuring headliners L.A Western-Psych rockers Spindrift, Central California Country-Folk outfit The Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit and Electro-Cow-Punk Blues duo Restavrant.

Live Music, DJs & Vintage Wheels Show at Alex’s Bar will Benefit Japan

Alex's Bar Event promoter, deejay and Salon Pop co-owner Frankie Alvaro didn’t want to just donate money to help relief efforts in Japan in the wake of the devastating earthquake and tsunami, so he decided to take manners into his own hands and organize a benefit with a few of his friends, musical colleagues and vintage wheels enthusiasts.

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