Pablo Cruise is an American pop/rock band from San Francisco. Formed in 1973, the band released eight studio albums over the next decade, during which time five singles reached the top 25 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The band went on to sell several million albums and singles collectively and established themselves as well respected writers and performers within the industry. They appeared on numerous TV shows, including Dick Clark’s American Bandstand, The Merv Griffin Show, The Dinah Shore Hour and in 1979 they broke Elvis Presley’s attendance record at the Sahara Tahoe in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada, becoming the first rock band to play a casino showroom. They also became the first rock band to grace the stage at the Grand Ole Opry.
Since 1994, Brad Ford has starred as John Fogerty, pioneering the ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute: Fortunate Son. Known as the premiere act celebrating the music of CCR, Fortunate Son was recently singled out by AXS-TV’s hit show “World’s Greatest Tribute Bands” where they performed their show, live from Hollywood and broadcast to millions of viewers. Fortunate Son performs across America, Canada, Europe, and Asia rocking fans around the globe with timeless hits like Born on the Bayou, Green River, Bad Moon Rising, Lodi, Lookin' Out My Backdoor, Proud Mary, Have You Seen The Rain, and many more.
Brother duo Fox Wilde is a little bit pop, a little bit electronic and a little bit country when it comes to composing music for Demi Lovato and writing for James Maslow, but when they hit the studio for themselves, they’re all rock n’ roll. The Lerios brothers write and produce all of their own music from the studio of their Los Angeles area home. They have produced music for globally known companies like Viacom, The Black Tux, Clean and Clear, and more. Most recently, the brothers scored the music for Demi Lovato's new documentary, Simply Complicated, which has over 22 million views on YouTube.
Formed in 2015, indie quartet The Flusters were named, “Best Local Band” by Coachella Valley Independent. By 2016, the band was invited to play major music festivals including Coachella Valley Arts & Music Festival and Echo Park Rising in Los Angeles. Influenced by Roy Orbison, Dick Dale, The Beach Boys, The Pixies, The Smiths, Broadcast & Mazzy Star: “The Flusters’ sound is modern pop with a throwback feel, which they describe as “dream surf,” owing to the vintage guitar tones, washy elements, and their inclination towards the gentle vocal delivery of romantic ballads.” - Buzzbands LA