Kevin Miso

Long Beach, California’s Kevin Miso is a musician in the truest sense: he leaves his mark on whatever song he plays, regardless of style or genre, and always makes it into his own. Growing up in a musical family, Kevin always had a deep appreciation for music, and learned to play guitar in his early adolescence. He forayed into songwriting in college, following a semester abroad in Spain, and after taking some time to travel in 2008, took the plunge as full-time musician. Since then, Kevin has been winning over fans with his laid back, beachy tracks.

And has this man been busy! In the past two years, he has written, recorded, and released two EPs, independently booked and performed west coast and interstate tours averaging over 200 shows per year, while simultaneously working on his full length album and first national tour.

His first two Eps were produced by Warren Huart. Warren produced hit records for The Fray, Howie Day, and James Blunt among many others; while also mixing records for a range of artists, most recently, Aerosmith. His debut Kevin Miso EP features some of LA’s finest studio musicians: Victor Indrizzo on drums (Colbie Caillat, Sara Bareilles, Sheryl Crow) and Tim Pierce on electric guitars (Dave Matthews Band, Bruce Springsteen, Santana). This EP landed his first television appearance, a live gig on Good Day LA; and a National TV placement with “Because” featured on USA Network’s drama series Necessary Roughness.

For his sophomore Smile EP, Kevin focused on his local roots. He put out a Summer collection of songs, drawing on his surf influences, Hawaiian background and collaborating with local Long Beach artist Todd Forman, one of the original members of Sublime and Sublime with Rome. This proved successful for him as his latest record earned sponsorships from surf apparel, sunglass, and jean companies, management and agency contracts, while providing sold-out shows at The Coach House with Donavon Frankenreiter, as well as festival slots with the likes of Matt Nathanson, reggae great Pato Banton, and ALO.

Miso is currently working on a full-length record. His first single, Sweet Love, was produced by Marc Ford (lead guitarist of The Black Crowes, Ben Harper, and Booker T. Jones). It is a fun, full band party track, channelling the spirits of old Motown and Stax Records while honing in on his authentic feel-good sound. The Temptations meets Jack Johnson you could say.

As for the full-length album, no title or release date has been announced, but we can’t wait. From the turnout of his most recent shows, to the current buzz around town, I’m betting that it’s gonna hit home with a bunch of us.

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Chad Martini

Chad Martinez is a singer/songwriter from Orange County, CA. Martinez’ first time picking up a guitar was at the age of 13. He was taught three chords and within a few months had already started writing songs. By the age of 17, Martinez had formed a duo Indie Rock band with friend and band member Kellen Williams called Honest Abraham. Martinez on Vocals/Guitar, Williams on Bass and Devin Berry on drums. Honest Abraham performed live for the first time ever on July 7th, 2007. Martinez and Williams continued the band for a while until they all ended up moving due to certain changes.

By 2008, Martinez came back to Orange county and started performing solo. In 2009, Martinez became highly influenced by reggae music. Which is what gives him that mellow groove and soulful hype in his original and Indie alternative sound. Chad has played shows through out Orange county and LA county. After playing shows and getting acquainted with a band named Motavation from Lake Forest, CA. Martinez fell into a whole new name. They all started calling him Chad Martini. and it just seemed to stick..

In 2009, Martinez and Williams Started collaborating once more and continued creating music that influenced them both through out the years. Unfortunately Williams passed away Nov 28th 2011. Martinez was devestated from a loss of his friend/bandmate. In 2012, Chad Martini is said to be releasing a record and be performing through out the year.

Aaron Miyamoto

A singer/songwriter from Dana Point, California, Miyamoto started playing guitar and singing with his high school rock band. Since then he has been writing and performing solo acoustic material. “Music is my favorite mode of self-expression. There is nothing more rewarding than performing for an audience and seeing them connect with the music.”

His most notable musical influences are Porcupine Tree, Opeth, At The Drive-In, Neil Young, Coheed and Cambria, and The Dear Hunter.

Aaron Miyamoto recently recorded an album, “Awake”. It is a collection of original songs, most of which were recorded with nothing more than a simple M-Audio interface, a SURE-SM57 microphone, and his guitar. Miyamoto’s good friend Jonathan Morgan Jenkins engineered several tracks, and performed keyboards on them as well.

Aloha Radio

Heralding from the land of surf and sun, it was only natural that Aloha Radio was formed. Aloha Radio is a culmination of all things surf with a mix of songs that any person of any age will enjoy. From high energy Dick Dale inspired tracks featuring the pounding drums and fast picking that made surf rock so popular to catchy Hawaiian style songs that feature lap steel and ukulele, Aloha Radio’s music offers its audience a new and exciting surf experience.

Aloha Radio consists of four permanent members, Lauren Mulderrig on lead vocals, ukulele, and acoustic guitar, Alex Barnett on electric guitar, lap steel and backing vocals, Captin on bass, and Chris Hori on drums and percussion. They are also happy to welcome some special guests on stage from time to time.

In a very short time, this Southern California based band has attracted the attention of music industry executives and producers, professional surfers, surfboard and surf apparel companies, and some of California’s hottest beach clubs and hotspots.

Aloha Radio has rapidly gained a loyal fan base and performed with legendary acts such as: Ben Harper, Donovan Frankenreiter, Weezer, Ziggy Marley, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Cake, The Surfaris, G. Love and Special Sauce, Katchafire, Black Uhuru, Neon Trees, JJ Grey and Mofro, Ken Garcia Band, The Eliminators, Slacktone, Revoltaire, Common Sense and more.

In 2011, the band played over 100 shows and performed at some of California’s landmark venues and festivals including: Doheny Days, Sawdust Festival, Taste of Brews Festival, Rainbow Sandal’s Battle of The Paddle, Surf-a-Rama, Summer Fun on the 101, The Coach House Concert Hall, The Tiki Bar, Boar Cross’n, Dana Wharf Summer Music Cruises, Etnies Skatepark, The Slidebar, Chaffey Theatre, The Mateel Community Center, The Pour House, The Lighthouse, Central SAPC, Tin Can Alehouse, Di’Piazza’s, Saint Rocke, Shorebreak Hotel, Hilton Waterfront Hotel and many others.

Aloha Radio is ready to ride the wave of success.
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Chris Burgan

Christopher Burgan’s dynamic vocals, guitar playing, and thought provoking lyrics have earned him the praise of many local fans, and the recognition of his peers. With a growing list of musical accomplishments and CD releases under his belt, including an ASCAPlus award in 2006, he continues to grow as a guitarist, singer, songwriter, performer, and producer.

Whether performing for 17,000 people at a venue like the Hollywood Bowl, or in an intimate coffee house, it is not uncommon to see Christopher playing along side a who’s who list of musicians. Especially now with the availability of websites like YouTube, Christopher can be seen anytime playing with the likes of GRAMMY winner and consummate guitarist Laurence Juber, or ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro. In addition, he has performed or shared billing with many noted national and local acts. A selective list includes: The Kingston Trio, Jars of Clay, Anna Nalick (whom he groomed for major label signing), Oz Fox and Tim Gaines of Stryper, Shane Fontayne, Mark Schulman, and Robert Deeble.

Peter Goetz

Peter Goetz is moved by inspiration – literally. The Venice Beach native turned global citizen is nothing short of an adventure enthusiast.

Goetz has established a captivating way of expressing his explorative lifestyle through his many talents. You name it, he’s seen it, experienced it, and without question (or hesitation) he’s enjoyed every second of it! Whether it is through lens or lyric, Goetz’ ability to transform true-to-life experience into rhythmic storytelling and captivating imagery is something of a lost art.

Born an “Outside Observer”, Goetz is naturally inspired by diverse culture and a vigorous passion for love and life. Thanks to his undeniable draw, paired with a soulful sound and a charismatic character, Goetz has the uncanny ability to captivate his audience, drawing colorful crowds on nearly every continent.

Telling his story through melodic masterpieces that break the genre mold, or through filmmaking and photo exhibits that capture the essence of his travels, Goetz shares his journey. An experience made so complete by intimate secrets, inspirational connections, stories of love, both lost and found, and idyllic illusions of seaside grandeur that it is possible for a moment to feel the sand at your feet.

If you’ve neglected the road less taken, left doors unopened or let one too many sun-kissed days get away – now is your time.


With touches of folk, country, gospel, and blues, each of the five members of richfolk take turns at the mic, giving hints of Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, Joe Cocker and Waylon Jennings. Hans Sylstra and Chris Lizotte provide honest and heartfelt rhythm guitar, each song is a testament of their love and passion for their craft. Playing a solid lead guitar, Marc Ford knows his place as he subtly enters and exits each song with perfection while never coming off overbearing. With a voice from the heavens, and a soul mate sharing the stage, Kirsten Ford’s angelic harmonies and celestial solos are breathtaking and may actually bring a tear to your eye. Another soul mate, Janine Sylstra is a percussionist that becomes her instrument. She can coax and caress her cajon into a living object that will keep the beat, dance around the room, and drive the passion from her soul straight into the music.

They have a collective experience derived from life’s trials and tribulations and the occasional pain and even loss that comes with it, but the main theme of their music is pure joy and love.

For these five individuals, it is not about what they have, it is what they have to give.

Desiree Stefanini

Desiree’ became a super star at the age of 4, singing and dancing like a true artist. At the age of 14 she received a Scholarship at C.I.D. Center International Dance in Italy. Eventually she decided to pursue a career in singing and songwriting and started performing around Italy. The next year she moved to California where she frequented the art school OCHSA, Orange County High School of the Arts. She won best singer at the “O.C. Teens Star” in Irvine in 2009 and started to perform professionally as a solo artist since 2010 with ex- Raw Power guitarist Silvio.

Kings of Leisure

Kings of Leisure is a collaboration of many different genres of eclectic music choices. With mixed styles such as Jazz, R&B, Surf,Soul we intend to take you through a musical journey.