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WW LA: Garden of Sound: Jimetta Rose with Iman Omari – Live from Eagle Rock Music Festival ‐ Worldwide FM
  • WW LA: Garden of Sound: Jimetta Rose with Iman Omari – Live from Eagle Rock Music Festival

    Jimetta presents a pop-up edition of the Garden of Sound live from CFAER at Eagle Rock Music Festival, featuring a performance from Iman Omari (Vibe Music Collective) with Emile Martinez  (Mndsgn, Anderson .Paak) on trumpet, previewing the highly anticipated IHY on Fresh Selects. Photography Kristian Ranker.

    Jimetta presents a pop-up edition of the Garden of Sound live from CFAER at Eagle Rock Music Festival, featuring a performance from Iman Omari (Vibe Music Collective) with Emile Martinez  (Mndsgn, Anderson .Paak) on trumpet, previewing the highly anticipated IHY on Fresh Selects.

    Photography Kristian Ranker.

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  • WW LA: Dan Digs – Live from Eagle Rock Music Festival

    Pop-up show live from Center for the Arts Eagle Rock at Eagle Rock Music Festival from radio and TV host, curator and remixer Dan Digs, spinning a selection of his latest discoveries and his highlights of the festival. Photography Kristian Ranker.

    Pop-up show live from Center for the Arts Eagle Rock at Eagle Rock Music Festival from radio and TV host, curator and remixer Dan Digs, spinning a selection of his latest discoveries and his highlights of the festival.

    Photography Kristian Ranker.

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  • WW LA: Steve Nalepa with Money Mark – Live from Eagle Rock Music Festival

    Steve presents a WW LA pop-show live from the Center for The Arts during the 18th Annual Eagle Rock Music Festival and welcomes producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist Money Mark (Beastie Boys) for a live preview of his Frankolodeon project. During the show Mark archives and remixes 100 year old piano music via the Frankolodeon, a portable electronic and pneumatic which converts player piano…

    Steve presents a WW LA pop-show live from the Center for The Arts during the 18th Annual Eagle Rock Music Festival and welcomes producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist Money Mark (Beastie Boys) for a live preview of his Frankolodeon project.

    During the show Mark archives and remixes 100 year old piano music via the Frankolodeon, a portable electronic and pneumatic which converts player piano rolls to MIDI, which can then be performed live with a polysynth module or modern keyboard.

    Photography © Kristian Ranker.

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