Selena Gomez ROX

Last night was a star studded night for The Roxy Theatre. Unicef’s annual Trick or Treat charity concert with Selena Gomez was held here and it sent us all in a tizzy all day. The fans lined up as early as they could get out of school and spent most of the day screaming about Selena. Fans dressed up, sang along, and waited anxiously to see their dreams come true.

The doors finally opened at 5:00 and adoring fans came through the door only to meet their favorite singer, Selena Gomez. The event streamed live as people all over the world tuned in to the see the pop star’s smiling face. They all got to their seats where the most adorable pizza party you have ever seen took place.

All-Star Weekend opened up the night and rocked it before Selena took the stage. They screamed, they cried, they stood up in their seats, and sang at the top of their lungs. Gomez and The Scene played their first acoustic show ever and fans loved it. The night hit a real high-point when she brought adorable fan on stage to sing “A Year Without Rain” Check it out:

The night came to an end but only after Selena divulged her love for fried green pickles from Hooter’s and brought a fan on stage who managed to convince her mother to take her there for Selena Gomez’s favorite snack. Who knew they had more than wings?

We loved our night with Unicef, Selena Gomez, and the amazing fans. If you have any more photos please feel free to share them with us and they just might get posted here!

Help Save The Peak

Credit: Official Press Release
Hollywood United to Save Cahuenga Peak is an effort by the Los Angeles
partners of The Trust for Public Land to protect, as public open
space, the 138 acres including the mountain above and immediately west
of the Hollywood Sign. Now owned by private developers, it is zoned
for road access and driveways, retaining walls and infinity pools,
with glass-walled houses floor to the sky, glaring within sight of the
Hollywood Sign. For more info, visit: and
(The Trust for Public Land).
Proceeds of this event will benefit The Trust for Public Land and its
ongoing efforts to save and preserve wilderness throughout the United
States of America.

Time To Get Wild

Wild Aid November 15, 2009

The Wild Aid Benefit is rapidly approaching, so if lending a hand to the creatures of the world is your style – join us on November 15! Click on the image above to purchase tickets!

Event Info:
Come and rock the house for WILD AID – California Wildlife Center’s first annual concert to benefit our wild neighbors!

Sunday, November 15, 2009

7 p.m. – Midnight

The Roxy Theatre
9009 W. Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069

General Admission price of $75 includes Live Performances by Thick as Thieves, Moi, Kelly Dalton and Los Pinguos along with MC Comedian Chris Millhouse and DJ Race Banner (check out their pages and stay tuned for announcements), a fabulous vegetarian buffet and legendary Live Auction memorabilia. As an added plus, you are encouraged to dress up as your favorite wild animal — you could even win a prize!

PLEASE NOTE: Deadline for buying tickets on this website is Midnight, Friday, November 13, 2009. After that, you can purchase tickets the evening of the event at The Roxy Box Office for $81.50.

PARKING: Valet parking at the Roxy is $7 (a good deal, considering other options in the area). The least expensive parking is $5 in lot directly across the street (9000 Sunset Blvd.)

Evening’s festivities include:

• LIVE PERFORMANCES A stellar line-up of musicians
• FABULOUS FOOD & DRINK (No-host bar)
• AUCTION FOR ANIMALS Bid on one-of-a-kind rock memorabilia
• GO WILD! Prizes awarded for best wild animal costumes
• AN EMCEE that will make you laugh
• A DJ that will make you spin
• PREMIERE OF WILD AID music video; take a free copy home

The money raised from WILD AID will go directly to funding the free services and programs CWC provides, including paramedic rescue and rehabilitation for more than 2,000 animals each year; and co-existing with wildlife education to many communities.

Painted Turtle Rockstar Karaoke ReCap

Thanks to all who came out and supported such an incredible cause close to our hearts on Sunday. Thanks to all the amazing performers who showed their support by lending their talent – and to all the amazing people in attendance. The Painted Turtle events are something we always look forward to hosting – so please feel free to support it year round –
Check out the pics of the star-studded event – by Nic Adler

Rock Star Karaoke - A Painted Turtle Benefit

Rock Star Karaoke - A Painted Turtle Benefit

Rock Star Karaoke - A Painted Turtle Benefit

Rock Star Karaoke - A Painted Turtle Benefit

Rock Star Karaoke - A Painted Turtle Benefit

Jammin Out For A Great Cause

When one of our musical comrades are in a pinch, we are happy to play host to a charity show in their honor. In this case, Scott Ford (Gutter Twins/radio blogger) is having some medical treatments that he could use a little help with. The benefit concert will feature his pals Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses), Dave Navarro (Jane’s Addiction), Scott Shriner (Weezer), Dave Kushner (Velvet Revolver), Donovan Leitch, Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction), Greg Dulli (Twilight Singers),Kenny Aronoff (John Mellencamp), Wayne Kramer (MC5) and Steve O (Jackass), with an opening set from Jason Heath & the Greedy Souls. Join us on September 26 to help raise some spirits (and some money)! Tickets available thru ticketmaster and by calling us at 310 278 9457!

Nothing But Good Vibrations

Last Sunday, we were honored to be part of a benefit in honor of one of the members, of one of the most beloved bands ever. Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys will always hold a special place in so many peoples hearts – that we couldn’t have been happier to hold The Carl Wilson Foundation Benefit Concert. So many world class musicians in the house – it was obvious that 10 years after his passing – his spirit is strong. Check out the great article and pictures by Scott Schultz. For more information on the Foundation, click here.

The Carl Wilson Foundation honored the passing of former Beach Boy Carl Wilson with a memorial concert at The Roxy on Sunday evening. The show, which was headlined by Brian Wilson and Dick Dale, benefited The Carl Wilson foundation which whose mission is to contribute to finding a cure for cancer. The tribute began with a beautiful documentary on the man whose falsetto voice was often considered the soul of the Beach Boys and was followed by some of California’s favorite all time surf and beach bands from the ’60s.

Classic Beach Boys – Wouldn’t It Be Nice
(youtube credit: etgr00ve)


Over the last couple weeks we have been spoiled by Dim Mak and Company. A MSTRKRFT video shoot with with Nore, LA Riots, Felix Cartal, Lazaro Casanova and Steve Aoki. Couple days later Aoki Played The Elements of Life Benefit. Then Crystal Castles came in and basically took over the club. Every email, comment and phone call we received over the last week was about them. So many that we were forced to add a Friday Midnight performance. Both shows were completely sold out. We can’t wait to have them back. It felt as we are starting to witness a change in the music scene and we love it. Check out some of the vids and pics the captured the fun over the last month.
Thanks to the guys at Club Soda Media, Darren Kim and Erik Voake for the pics.

MSTRKRFT Video Shoot



Steve Aoki at Elements of Life Benefit

Crystal Castles at The Roxy


Brett Dennen Back On Dry Land

Voted one of the Top 10 Artists to watch by Rolling Stone Magazine and hot off of John Mayer’s rockin cruise ship the Mayercraft (you know you saw those pictures!) we cannot be happier that Brett Dennen is a part of the amazing benefit we have going on March 6th. Tickets are now available thru ticketmaster as well as thru the Roxy box office. Our pals in Rooney really know how to bring the party – we cannot wait! Get your tickets!

Rooney - 3/6