Category Archives: San Diego Sounds

My Kind of Instrument (Town)

Of course the center of the musical universe in California is LA — so much so it’s easy to assume San Diego has no status within that industry. But that’s mistaken. I and others have written about Taylor Guitars (and … Continue reading

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Tango al Fresco

San Diego has a lot to offer for anyone interested in tango.  You can take lessons from more than half a dozen experienced instructors. Dancers from farther afield regularly show up for special workshops. You can dance at milongas (organized tango … Continue reading

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Idols Come to San Diego

  I don’t normally cover the San Diego music scene; I’m ill-equipped to do so. But last night was an exception. Along with assorted family members and friends, I headed for the Viejas Arena on the campus of San Diego State university. The attraction … Continue reading

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Aloha, Encinitas!

A single ukulele can sound puny. But 40 or so ukuleles crammed into a suburban pizza restaurant and played simultaneously create a BIG sound. It’s still a gentle sound because it’s unquestionably Hawaiian, evoking images of the Hawaiian flowers and fish and breezes that are the … Continue reading

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