- Let Me On by Jessie Evans
- No Tomorrow by Jessica Will
- Untouchable by Stimulator
- West Wham by KB
- What Do by Go Indi (Indigo)
- Dog Star (Fly On) by Blackbyrd McKnight w/ G. Clinton and P-Funk
- Got me Like by Marquis Canaan Da Lion
- Bookenka (The Adventurer) by Ancient Future
- Life String by Scouts Honor
- Class Magic by Jessie Evans
- Flower Lei by Scott Katsura
- I Feel Love by ElectroSexual & Sunday Luv
- Kool by Mo'Fone
- In My Blood by Star & Dagger
- Culbutos by Djizoes
- Mosquito's Buzz by KB
- Run 2 U by Shawn Michael Perry
- Piano Sonata #3 by P. D. Witter w/Fred Horowitz, piano
- I'm Good To Me by Go Indi (Indigo)
- Come Home by Marquis Canaan Da Lion
- Breathing (Instrumental Ver) by KB
- Bring The World by Jessica Will
- Love Conquers All by Scott Katsura
- Speakeasy by Brent Goodbar
- Blood & Silver by Jessie Evans
- Kick It With Me Now by Blackwash
- Honest Opinion by UAF - Feat. Eric McFadden
- Crosswind by Mo'Fone
11.15.13 @ 8:30pm /
Motown and Funk-Fusion bass legend, Tony Newton (TNT XTREME) and former Megadeth guitar legend, Chris Poland (OHM) bring their individual groups and respective versions of fusion to the Good Hurt Club in Venice on November 15, 2013 for a rare concert that promises funk and fusion music lovers an evening of high energy, no holds barred performances.
In the world of fusion music, few stand as real innovators and purveyors of this mystic music genre. Fusion music, which broadens and expands the boundaries of jazz, rock, and funk and combines these elements to create new artistic and compositional dimensions for the eclectic music listener to enjoy. Both Newton and Poland have defined the genre in innovative ways for over more than four decades in their own unique and original artistic approaches. Such early progressive fusion artists and bands such as Miles Davis, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Herbie Hancock, Brand-X, the Tony Williams Lifetime, and others forged this new direction in the late 70"s. Still, fusion is strong in the ears of hardcore eclectic music lovers for its mystical, artistic, unabashed, high-energy performances and musicianship.
Tony Newton's dynamic group, TNT XTREME electrifies audiences with his own distinct brand of "Thunder-Funk-Fusion". Tony describes his music as Motown meets Hendrix, meets Miles and brings his distinguished historical recording career of over 100 hit records and concert tours to his latest "Thunderfunkfusion" CD. Through his compositions on two albums as well as touring stints with former Miles Davis Drummer, Tony Williams and the Lifetime group, Newton became a founding architect of the Jazz-Rock-Fusion genre.
Newton's fusion classics, "Snake Oil" and "Red Alert" (inspired by the Star Trek TV series) were performed on the critically acclaimed Columbia recordings by The Tony Williams Lifetime and after more than 37 years, "Believe It" and "You Did It to Me Baby", "Inspirations of Love" and "Joyfilled Summer" from the album "Million Dollar Legs" are still popular and selling worldwide in re-release today. Newton additionally documents his experience as a musician in the Motown family as one of the "Funk Brothers" in his new biographical book entitled, "Gold Thunder" and music cinema documentary, five star Google film "Groovemonster". Make sure to listen to Tony's audio interview at the bottom of the page.
Also on the concert line-up is Chris Poland's OHM. Poland acted as a godfather of speed-metal and lead guitarist on the first two Megadeth albums. Chris was a well-known L.A. area fusion player prior to his stint with Mustaine's group. He has since continued to solidify his reputation as an exceptional musician and guitar player, leading such projects as his solo debut, "Return to Metalopolis" released in the 90's and as the leader of the now defunct progressive band, Damn the Machine. For the last several years he's been a member of the fusion power trio OHM, alongside bassist Rob Pagliari and drummer David Eagle - their current album is "Circus of
Chris' smooth, overdriven tone and legato phrasing make him instantly recognizable. His unique style can be partially attributed to an injury to his index finger on his fret hand. This injury forced him to develop a style that includes smoothly phrased passages and wide intervallic leaps. Poland rejoined Megadeth to guest on "The System Has Failed" in 2004.
Since OHM the band was formed in 2002, they have recorded one live and 3 studio albums. Chris Poland states. "If you keep doing what you love, eventually people will notice." Tony Newton's TNT Xtreme and Chris Poland's OHM at the Good Hurt, Nov.15, 2013 will deliver a night of true musical inspiration not to be missed.
For more information, go to: http://www.GroovemonsterMovie.com/tonynewton_goodhurt.htm
for show times and ticket prices contact the Good Hurt Club: 12249 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066 310.390.1076
Tony Newton's Official site: http://www.novastarinteractive.com/music.htm
CHris Poland's Official site: http://www.chrispoland.com/