Message from JOE BATAAN

April 17th, 2012

June 23rd 2012 concert@LEHMAN COLLEGE BRONX NY 8PM JOE BATAAN/BLUE MAGIC—ticket info 718-960-8833 or LehmanCenter.org for online tickets This announcement is on my FB PAGE AND WEBSITE www.joebataan.com—-address for concert is; LEHMAN CENTER 250 BEDFORD PARK BLVD WEST BRONX NY NY 10468 THANKS

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Our very own Joe Bataan is performing tomorrow night at the Gibson Amphitheatre Universal City Walk for 92.3 FM’s Chicano Soul Legends concert!  Come check out the “ordinary guy” himself and tell him that FilAm ARTS sent you!

Joe Bataan will join us as one of our headliners for the 20th Annual Festival of Philippine Arts & Culture, September 10-11, 2011.  Stay tuned for more details and for more messages from Joe himself!

Stay dry out there, it’s going to be a wet weekend!

BUY PINOY!   You have a few days left for Holiday shopping!  Take a look at our current list of businesses/artists!

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Beatrock Anniversary Celebration

fatgums:

Beatrock Music, the independent record label home to BambuOtayo DubbPower StruggleThe CounterParts, and Bwan is celebrating its first birthday! Now a year deep in the music scene with six releases under its belt, Beatrock Music has a lot to celebrate. To mark the occasion, the label is putting on two events. The first will be onDecember 10th at The Cellar in Long Beach. The second will be the following evening on December 11th at Pier 23 in San Francisco. Both events promise to be chock-full of live entertainment, from live music by label musicians to live artwork by the Beatrock Artists Kollective.

Doors open at 8pm on both nights. Admission will be $10 at the door. $8 pre-sale tickets are available now at http://beatrockmusic.com. Both events are 21 and up.

12/10: LONG BEACH – The Cellar (201 East Broadway)
Live Performances by:
·         Bambu and DJ Phatrick
·         Power Struggle
·         Otayo Dubb
·         The CounterParts
·         Bwan
·         L.U.V
·         K-nine
Host: Mass Movement
DJs: DJ ET and Krissfader

12/11: SAN FRANCISCO – Pier 23 (Pier 23 on the Embarcadero)
Live Performances by:
·         Otayo Dubb
·         Power Struggle
·         Dirty Boots
·         Kiwi
·         Rocky Rivera
Host: Bambu
DJs: DJ RozaDJ FonzFatgums and Gammaray

The events will also celebrate the birthdays of Nomi of Power Struggle, Rachel and James of Dirty Boots, and DJ Phatrick!

Please check out the promo video attached and help spread the word!

THANKS!

A friendly reminder about The TNParty tomorrow!  Get your tix presale or buy at the door!  It’s going to be a great show.  Come support your local artists and see what you’ve been missing on Tuesday nights…but this time on a SATURDAY!

Yeah boyeee, it’s the weekend!

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Long Beach, California- Dream Jungle Tattoos and Beatrock Artist Kollective present “Portraits of the Proletariat”, an artshow curated by Manila Ryce.

The show debuted in June and is closing the month-long run on July 24th, 2010 with a special live performance of Los Angeles lyricist Bambu and a live set by hip hop live band Rhythm Natives.

The art show showcase a few members of the Beatrock Artist Kollective which includes stuter, Mark Canto, Patrick Strand, Manila Ryce and Alfie Ebojo aka alfie numeric.

One of the highlights of the night is winning the ORIGINAL ARTWORK made for Bambu’s album “Paper Cuts” created by Manila Ryce. Imagine winning an art piece worth over $1200 by one (or a few) $5 raffle ticket!

The event takes place at Dream Jungle Tattoos owned by Aleks Figueroa, a long-time  tattoo artist dedicated and specializing on Babayin script and Filipino tattoo designs, both classic and modern. Dream Jungle is also a member of the BUY PINOY Campaign.

Free Event! Prints, shirts, products, and CDs of the artists will be available for purchase.

Come out and check out the art! You know you want a framed Manny Pacquiao print for your sala!

Date:           
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Time:
 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Location:
 Dream Jungle Tattoo
Street:
724 East Anaheim Street
City:
Long Beach, CA
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Los Angeles prides itself in being one of the must richly diverse metropolitans in the nation. This weekend holds the 32nd Annual Lotus Festival presented by the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.

This festival is FREE and family-oriented so bring the whole family and celebrate the beautiful Asian Pacific Island cultures (which according to the laparks.org site) include 

Japanese, Filipino, Asian Indian, Chinese, Samoan, Tongan, Hawaiian, Thai, Korean, Malaysian, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Indonesian, Tibetan, Laotian, Bangladeshi and Hmong.

And a word to the wise: Parking can be a bit tricky there so please watch for the street signs.

Have a wonderful weekend!

WHAT: 32nd Celebration of the Lotus Festival Sponsored by L.A. Lotus Festival, Inc. and the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks.
DATES: Saturday, July 10, 2010 – 12 noon to 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, July 11, 2010 – 12 noon to 8:00 p.m.
(Dates coincide with the anticipated blooming of the Lotus Flower)
LOCATION: Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles, California, is located on Park Avenue between Glendale Avenue and Echo Park Boulevard, just north of the Hollywood (101) and Pasadena (110) freeway junction, near Dodger Stadium. (FREE ADMISSION)
MISSION: The mission of the Lotus Festival is to develop, promote and create an atmosphere of understanding in which Asian and Pacific Islander communities in Southern California are brought together for two (2) days of cultural sharing. The Festival also seeks to preserve and enlighten the public with a sampling of distinctly different and unique Asian and Pacific Islander culture and traditions through cultural displays, art, music, dance and food.
HIGHLIGHTS Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 12:00 p.m., to earmark the celebration of the 32nd Lotus Festival, which includes live music, dance and entertainment from a variety of performers representing many of the diverse countries of Asia and the Pacific Islands.  This year, the Festival will highlight the people and cultures of China. Asian and Pacific Islander personalities from the media and its communities will act as emcees/hosts during this two-day event.

Artisans-at-work will be on hand to demonstrate their skills on the beautifully decorated Flower Island Pavilion.  Their artwork illustrates their spirit, tradition and pride of the Asian and Pacific Islander handiwork.  This includes: paper-cutting, hand painted scrolls, calligraphy, plant and flower expertise, fish, birds and other Asian artifacts.

The Health Fair will feature educational lectures on holistic fitness.  Other services to be provided include: free screenings, health information and referrals.

The Community Services will feature a variety of organizations offering free information, assistance and referrals in areas of employment, social services, immigration, legal services, education, housing and translating.

The Boutiques will offer a variety of Asian and Pacific Islander items and gifts for sale including clothing, jewelry, artwork, hand-made crafts, incense, body oils and much more.

The International Food Booth area will provide a variety of Asian and Pacific Islander cuisine that will feature enticing delicacies and exotic beverages which are traditional to the Asian and Pacific Island Cultures.

FESTIVAL CONTACT: L.A. Lotus Festival, Inc.
Leo Pandac
2001 W. Beverly Blvd. Suite 201
Los Angeles, CA 90057
Phone: (213) 413-1622Email: lepandac@aol.com
DEPARTMENT CONTACT: Lotus Festival
Department of Recreation and Parks
3900 West Chevy Chase Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Phone: (213) 485-1310; Fax: (213) 485-8746Email: Lotus.Festival@lacity.org

Website: www.laparks.org/Calendar/Lotus/lotus.htm

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Set for the same day of Make It Funky. I know. But great things happen in the City of Los Angeles. Maybe you can support both by going to Make it Funky in Chinatown earlier in the day and then head over to Little Tokyo to close out your July 31st summer night?

Tuesday Night Cafe is LA’s longest running free arts showcase, completely running on the love of the community. No grants and no corporate funding. For 12 years, they have been showcasing the nation’s talented artists – spoken word, dance, theater, improv, comedy, visual art, film, cuisine- you name it, TNC showcased them.

But it’s that time of year where they have to raise funds in order to keep going for another 12 years.

Please come out and support the arts, our people, and the community but attending this outdoor concert and arts party!

Pinoy artists involved are:
-Harlem Lee (winner of 2007 show Fame)
- Mister Cookie Jar (music)
-Bambu (music)
-Rocky Rivera and DJ Roza (music)
-DJ Ant and DJ WaxStyles (music)
-alfie numeric (visual arts)
-Park’s Finest BBQ (cuisine
and many more!

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Tuesday Night Project & JACCC Present:

The TNParty
Annual Benefit for the Tuesday Night Project

Art + Music + Food + Dancing + Community under the LA sky

Raising funds to keep Tuesday Night Project and the 1st & 3rd Tuesday Night Cafe going strong!

July 31, 2010
5pm–11pm

JACCC Plaza, Little Tokyo
244 S San Pedro St
(Between 2nd and 3rd St)
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Tickets on sale NOW: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/111899
$15 Presale/Students/Seniors
$20 General Admission (at the door)
12 and under free!

Tuesday Night Project (TNP) celebrates its 12th year of bringing together thousands of people to live performance, music, poetry, short film, live-stream broadcasts and an eclectic gathering of Los Angeles art+community through its “1st & 3rd Tuesday Night Cafe” series in Little Tokyo/Downtown L.A.

On July 31st, 2010, TNP & JACCC present “TNParty: annual benefit for the Tuesday Night Project” in the JACCC Plaza from 5PM to 11PM. It will be TNP’s 2nd annual fundraiser underneath the Los Angeles summer skyline, with an outdoor plaza full of DJ’s spinning, live music, a silent art auction, video projection, and live painting. Everyone is welcome, from long-time supporters of Tuesday Night Cafe to past performers to people who are new to TNP.

Join Tuesday Night Project at the TNParty and support one of the longest running free public art spaces in Downtown L.A.!

With performances by:

-Mista Cookie Jar
http://mistacookiejar.com/

-Progressive Taiko
http://progressivetaiko.wordpress.com/

-Bambu
http://bambu.la/

-SueJin w/ Jenny San Angel
http://www.myspace.com/suejinmusic
http://www.myspace.com/jennysanangel

-Rocky Rivera & DJ Roza
http://www.rockyrivera.com/

-Durwood (Golda Inquito & Gertie Meza) & Applesauce (David Tran)
http://durwoodmusic.net/
http://www.myspace.com/worldofapplesauce

-Dawen
http://www.dawen.us/

-Shin Kawasaki
http://www.shinkawasaki.com/

-Harlem Lee (winner of 2007 show Fame)
A sample of his performance:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3RB-vAzOLM

And more to come!

More info about performers, vendors, and other details about the TN Party to come! To keep updated on all the news, keep your eyes on:

http://www.tuesdaynightproject.org/

Become a fan at: http://www.facebook.com/tnproject
Follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/tnproject

And RSVP to our YELP event! http://www.yelp.com/events/los-angeles-the-tnparty-annual-benefit-for-the-tuesday-night-project

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Buy Pinoy wants to highlight FLOCK SHOP and their upcoming event, Make it Funky! It’s a music and art summer block party featuring live music, live painting, an outdoor gallery, food court with LA’s sought after food trucks, DJ’s, a kids’ corner, vendors, and more!

This event is not only funky but also good for the whole family. So come out and support FLOCK SHOP and their crew for putting one of LA’s biggest outdoor party of the summer!

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This is a community based event and need YOUR participation in order to keep events like this alive in Los Angeles!

Help spread the good word!

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Flock Shop Presents…
The 2nd Annual “Make It Funky” Music & Arts Festival this Summer!
(formerly known as “The Funk Rumble Block Party”)

Make It Funky
{Music & Arts Festival}
Saturday, July 31st
2pm – 12am
Chinatown Central Plaza {South Side}
947 N. Broadway, LA 90012
All Ages Event
$5 admission until 6pm, $10 after, Kids 10 & Under in Free

Live Performances by:

Connie Price and the Keystones featuring Wildchild from The Lootpack and MC Daakir/Soup of Jurassic 5

Jeremy Sole’s Musaics
The Rebirth
BabyStone
Simple Citizens
E Reece and Core Elements

Hosted by Jeremy Sole & Anthony Valadez of KCRW

Art Walk/Gallery Wall & Live Painting curated by The Hive Gallery

Over 25 artists painting live!

50+ DJs from LA’s top underground clubs! Including The Rootdown, Soul Sessions, Hit+Run, Afro Funke, Boombox, Sonido Sundays + more!

Get immortalized at The Holy Vampire Photo Booth!
http://www.theholyvampire.com/

Food Truck Court – Lomo Arigato / TheShrimpGuys / Jumby’s + more!

Quality, Unique Indie Vendors / Kids Area / Food Trucks / Food Vendors

Drinking for 21 & Over inside the Grand Star Jazz Club
Free after party at the Grand Star, talent tba, open til 2am

Check out last year’s event at:
http://www.thefunkrumbleblockparty.blogspot.com/
http://www.facebook.com/makeitfunkyfest
http://www.myspace.com/funkrumble

If you would like to be a vendor at this event we are renting out 10 x 10 spaces with quality, unique vendors.

Please email us at info@makeitfunkyfest.com for an application and details.

Thank you!

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More info @ http://www.makeitfunkyfest.blogspot.com/
http://www.makeitfunkyfest.com/

Follow us on Twitter!
http://www.twitter.com/makeitfunkyfest
 
From last year’s event!

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A BUY PINOY performing artist signee, DOUBLE DOSAGE has released a new CD entitled “The Construction”.

Download for free at  https://www.sugarsync.com/pf/D971874_356184_69314

Whattup Loot?  Whattup Juse?

Leave any questions or comments if you will.  Stay tuned for more!

D-Loco~

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