Mexican ska band from Mexico City. Despite flourishing black markets, they have sold thousands of records. While being stars in Mexico, they have been touring Europe for the last several years, especially Germany, where their European Label Übersee Records is located.
Panteón Rococó blends several styles of popular music such as rock, punk, salsa, mariachi, reggae, ska, and also mestizo-music into a very energetic, groovy sound. As they are very political people and support the EZLN in Chiapas, some of their lyrics contain political statements, while many others works are love songs. via wiki
Pitbull (also known as Mr. Worldwide), is an American rapper. His first recorded mainstream performance was on a solo track from Lil Jon’s 2002 album Kings of Crunk. In 2004, Pitbull released his debut album M.I.A.M.I. under TVT Records. It included production producers Lil Jon and Jim Jonsin. Pitbull later released his second album El Mariel, in 2006 and his third, The Boatlift, in 2007. His fourth album, Rebelution (2009), included his breakthrough hit single “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)”, which peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Pitbull’s 2011 album Planet Pit, featured the single “Give Me Everything”, which was his first US number-one single. His 2013 track “Timber” from his Meltdown EP topped the charts in twenty nations, including the US and UK. He performed the song “We Are One (Ole Ola)” along with Jennifer Lopez and Claudia Leitte, which served as the official theme of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. –via wiki
Feliciano was born on June 24, 1987, in San Jose, California, to Mexican parents. She then moved to San Diego, California. After graduating high school, she briefly attended San Diego Mesa College to begin studying to become a social worker, however she soon dropped out of college to pursue her music career.
During her younger years, Feliciano became more involved with her music. At the age of 6, she appeared in school talent shows and began performing with her grandfather’s mariachi band in Redwood City. She got her first exposure to hip-hop when she moved to San Diego. As a teenager, she started freestyling with her friends.At the age of 19, she began taking music seriously and decided to pursue a career as a rapper.She adopted her name from Disney’s character Snow White. Initially using the name “Snow White”, and then add it along with “the Product”, and then change it into her new moniker as “Snow Tha Product”.After recording a number of songs in Spanish, she caught the attention of Mexican artist Jaime Kohen. They recorded a collaboration song, titled “Alguien,” which became popular in Mexico and appeared on Kohen’s album Fotosíntesis. – via wiki
Buckle up for 12 straight hours of intergalactic excitement at The Loft Cinema’s Sci-Fi Slumber Party!, a non-stop excursion into the outer limits of space age cinema, featuring more aliens, robots and apocalyptic insanity than you can shake a light saber at! With 6 sci-fi classics, vintage movie trailers, trivia games and out-of-this-world prizes. The films included are-
7:00pm: Planet of the Apes / 50th Anniversary!
“A brilliant synthesis of story, theme, performance and innovation, it’s no wonder the original Planet of the Apes spawned the pop culture phenomenon we know today.” – IndieWire
Charlton Heston takes on a planet of “damn dirty apes” in this legendary sci-fi classic about a world that looks a lot like ours … until the apes start talking! A blockbuster hit that spawned a franchise that’s still going strong today, the one-and-only original Planet of the Apes is a smart, thrilling, thought-provoking slice of speculative fiction (with a screenplay co-written by Twilight Zone creator Rod Serling) that still chills today, 50 years after its initial release! (Dir. by Franklin J. Schaffner, 1968, USA, 112 mins., Rated G)
9:10pm: It! The Terror From Beyond Space
10:30pm: Edge of Tomorrow
12:40am: The Terminator
2:30am: Flash Gordon
4:40am: Pitch Black
The Southern California quartet EXMORTUS — whose invigorating twin-guitar mix of neoclassical shred, Bay Area thrash, progressive death and traditional heavy metal has earned the group a devoted following.
Co-founded a decade ago by then-teenage cousins Conan (vocals/guitar) and Mario Moreno (drums), EXMORTUS self-released several demos and EPs before signing with Heavy Artillery Records in 2007. The group’s 2008 debut “In Hatred’s Flame” and 2011 follow-up “Beyond The Fall Of Time” earned praise for their “frighteningly aggressive thrash blended with both death metal and NWOBHM bluster” (Blabbermouth), and their exuberant, shred-heavy live performances can convert even the most jaded heshers into enthusiastic headbangers.
3 voices that defined 90’s country – touring together on stage with one full band electric. Combined over 40 Top 10 radio smash hits and 25 million albums sold!
Sammy Kershaw rode in on country’s new traditionalist wave in the early ’90s, finding success with ballads and a blend of updated honky tonk, Southern rock with a hint of Cajun flavor, and crossover-minded country-pop. Songs include “She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful,” “Cadillac Style,” “Anywhere But Here,” “Haunted Heart,” “Queen of My Double-Wide Trailer,” “I Can’t Reach Her Anymore,” “Third Rate Romance,” “Meant To Be,” and “Love of My Life.”
Aaron Tippin’s first single, “You’ve Got To Stand For Something,” kicked off his career in a big way! He was asked to join the Bob Hope Show in the early ’90’s to go over and entertain the troops in Iraq. After that, the hits continued to pile up – “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong With The Radio,” “That’s As Close as I’ll Get to Loving You,” “Kiss This,” “For You I Will,” “I Got It Honest,” “My Blue Angel,” and “Workin’ Man’s PhD,” among them.
Collin Raye is nothing if not passionate. His soulful delivery has set country standards in such searing ballads as “Love, Me,” “In This Life,” “Not That Different,” “One Boy, One Girl” and “If I Were You”. Always an energizing showman, he has also blazed through such vivid rockers as “My Kind of Girl,” “Little Rock,” “That’s My Story,” “Man of My Word,” “I Want You Bad (and That Ain’t Good),” “Somebody Else’s Moon,” “Little Red Rodeo,” “I Can Still Feel You” and “I Want You Bad.”