Riothorse Royale live @ The Satellite

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“Riothorse Royale is an indie rock duo that pulsated into life when two girls and an electric guitar conjured a venomous ghost choir. Madi Diaz and Emily Greene have voices that are velvet and vulnerable, but their sound isn’t precious, it’s perilous. They sing with guts and fury and pure adrenaline.”

Watch Riothorse Royale perform live at the Satellite in Silverlake, CA:

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Kevin Hart Comedy Tour “What Now?”

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“Kevin Hart is one of comedy’s biggest stars with a celebrated and award-winning career that has seen the talented entertainer become one of the industry’s most important and influential voices. In 2015 Kevin starred in Screen Gem’s smash hit, The Wedding Ringer, which took in over $80 million internationally, and in March 2015, starred opposite Will Farrell in Warner Bros. Pictures’ Get Hard. In 2016, Kevin will star in Ride Along 2, the highly anticipated sequel to last year’s $150 million international blockbuster. With nearly 20 million Facebook followers and over 21 million on both Instagram and Twitter, from all over the world, the WHAT NOW? TOUR will give his extensive fan base an opportunity to see him live, including first-time stops in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and South Africa.

“Kevin’s 2012 comedy tour, Let Me Explain, took him across Europe including a sold out performance at London’s O2 Arena. In addition to sold-out tours, Kevin’s DVD, Seriously…Funny, not only became one of the fastest selling DVD’s of all time, but went triple platinum. That special, along with his comedy shows, Laugh At My Pain and I’m a Grown Little Man have been just as popular on Netflix.”

“The film is scheduled to be released in North American theaters on October 14, 2016.”

For tour dates and more info, check out the “What Now?” tour website: http://whatnowtour.com/

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Now enlisted in MPEG 700

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I’m happy to announce that, as of Fall 2015, I am a member of the Motion Picture Editor’s Guild. Joining the Union has been a goal of mine since I graduated from Video Symphony in 2010, and I have worked hard to make that goal a reality. I could not have done it without the support of my community- friends and coworkers alike- and I am appreciative of the time and effort it took to get where I am today. Thank you-