TOMMY AND THE HIGH PILOTS Their story is an interesting one. Matt Palermo, drummer of major label Missouri power-pop rockers, Ludo, who scored a minor hit with the song, “Love Me Dead,” was so impressed with the band that he promptly packed up his bags and relocated to Ventura County to join the hook-filled rockers during a Ludo hiatus. Since then the band has been gigging constantly throughout California and promoting the old fashioned way: passing out flyers and blaring iPods at malls and schools. They’ll be embarking on their first ever national tour this fall opening for, you guessed it, Ludo. Tommy and the High Pilots at Bombay Bar and Grill, Thursday, April 29.
Outlaws presents reggae from the Dub Seeds on Saturday, May 1.
The Situation and Tantalus Muse will perform on Friday, April 30, at ombay Bar and Grill.
Support your local outrigger team by seeing Strand Quentin at the Beachcomber Tavern in Oxnard on Saturday, May1 from 5-9 p.m.