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Sat, Sep 25


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FUNDRAISER: Eastside Music Project

Join us for our annual Stars for the Arts Gala! Special performances featuring tunes from the eastside music landscape from 1940 to today will liven the evening and raise much needed funds to sustain free and affordable music and arts education programs in East LA.

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FUNDRAISER: Eastside Music Project
FUNDRAISER: Eastside Music Project

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2021, 8:00 PM PDT

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About the Event

Saturday, September 25  at 8pm

FUNDRAISER: Stars for the Arts, Eastside Music Project

Featuring: Will-Dog Abers from Ozomatli and LAMusArt students from our Latin Jazz Ensemble

Celebrating the sounds of LA’s Eastside Latin Music Landscape from 1940 to today, this special performance is part of our initiatives for libraries and schools to receive free music education resources during their hybrid learning period.  The evening will feature music by Lalo Guerrero, Tierra, Los Lobos, Ozomatli, Quetzal and other titans of the music industry interpreted by our LAMusArt Jazz ensemble.  Special performances from select band members will enhance the evening and raise much needed funds to sustain free and affordable music and arts education on the eastside. 

To learn more & support the fundraiser, please visit:


  1. Lalo Guerrero: The Godfather of Chicano Music - “Los Ángeles”, “La Pollera Rota”, “Never More”, “Torero”
  2. Herb Alpert and impact of the Tijuana Brass - “The Lonely Bull”, “Green Peppers”, “Spanish Flea” by Herb Alpert
  3. 1970s Chicano Rock: Featuring Tierra and El Chicano - “Stranded”, “Some Kind of Woman” by Tierra, “Enchanted Forest”, “Ron Con Con” by El Chicano
  4. Los Lobos and the Blues/Norteño Sound - “Corrido #1”, “Kiko and the Lavender Moon”, “Walking Song”
  5. Ozomatli: The Eclectic Musical Ambassadors - “Timido”, “Magnolia Soul”, “Donde se Fueron”
  6. Women who Rock, Celebrating Female-Led Ensembles: Las Cafeteras, Quetzal, and La Santa Cecilia - “Tiempos de Amor” by Las Cafeteras, “The Social Relevance of Public Art” by Quetzal, “Calaverita” by La Santa Cecilia
  7. Looking Back and Moving Forward: Chicano Batman and Boogaloo Assassins - “Right off the Back” and “Run” by Chicano Batman, “Do You Wanna Dance” and “No No No” by Boogaloo Assassins

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