The 9th Annual Concert for the Environment & Expo
9300 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, California 90232
Get ready to rock, jazz and rhythm and blues at the 9th Annual EarthFestLA, Sunday September 13, 2015!
Schedules subject to change without further notice.
(No alcohol allowed…see complete list of do’s & don’ts )
SCHEDULED TO APPEAR:
BILLY D AND THE HOODOOS
Billy D and the Hoodoos’ SOMETHIN’S WRONG has been named the Winner in the Blues Category of the 2013 UK Songwriting Contest and has been charting on LIVING BLUES since December of the same year. The 12 videos from the DVD have recently surpassed the one-million-hit milestone on YouTube! Studied with Blues great Tony Matthews, guitarist for Little Richard and Ray Charles, Billy D also had played behind, Don “Sugar Cane” Harris, perhaps the world’s greatest blues violinist.
Sapphire Road is a surf rock band from South Orange County first formed in 2009 by Olivia Rohde, the Singer/Songwriter, and Ryan Brennan, the Lead Guitarist. After a five year hiatus, they reformed with new members, Michael Kenney on bass and Chris Dailey on drums, bringing an energetic fresh vibe.
Acoustic Generation is LA’s premier activist Rock/Americana/Folk band. Fresh off of their sold-out LA Climate Change Concert Event at the Whisky a Go-Go in June (hosted and performed by D. Jay and AG), AG is kicking off our festivities with a special “Woodstock-flavored” Trippy Hippy set. Come on out, have some fun and find your voice as we all need to “Stand or Fall” together. 1 planet. 1 home.
Scott Hamilton Bairstow is a Canadian actor known for his roles as “Newt Call” on the Lonesome Dove series as “Ned Grayson” on the American television Fox drama series, Party of Five. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada to Douglas and Diane Bairstow, professional classical musicians.
Bairstow first appeared on television at the age of 10, in a show called Let’s Go. He moved to New York City when he was 17 and landed a part on the soap opera All My Children playing “Stuart Chandler” in flashback scenes to the character’s youth. He had the lead role opposite Cybill Shepherd in the television movie There Was a Little Boy (1993) and has also appeared opposite such well-known actors as Kevin Costner in The Postman (1997), Kris Kristofferson in Two for Texas (1998), and he starred as one of the leads in (2002) Tuck Everlasting opposite Ben Kingsley, Sissy Spacek, Alexis Bledel and William Hurt .
In addition to his role on Party of Five, and the X-Files episode: Miracle Man (1994), Bairstow has also starred as the lead character, Newt Call, in both Lonesome Dove: The Series and Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years, as well as the lead, Lt. Tom Hobbes, in Chris Carter’s series, Harsh Realm. In 2004, Bairstow guest-starred on the two-part series finale of Touched by an Angel, playing a handyman named Zach, and later in the episode, God. Recently, he starred as the lead opposite Joey Lawrence in SyFy Channel’s Sci-Fic thriller Android Apocalypse and will be joining the cast in a new film scheduled for 2016. Scott is currently is working with his band and going into the studio on a new album. The song Moving Lovers is his latest single.