Groove Factory made its San Clemente debut on May 18, at Goody’s Tavern. What started out as a quiet, laid-back bar soon turned into an all-out dance party. We were happy to keep the crowd going into the wee hours of the night.
Okay … I mean … for Orange County, “wee hours of the night” = 1:30 AM. Continue reading “Making Our Debut at Goody’s Tavern”
On April 13th, we had the privilege of playing at Eve and Ty’s wedding, in the barrel room of the Ponte Winery in Temecula. Congrats to the bride and groom!
The highlight of our evening was when two bridesmaids came up to us at the end of the night. They asked if we played publicly anywhere, because they had a great time dancing to our music and wanted to see us again.
Sascha replied that, as a matter of fact, we did play regularly in Temecula. She told them about the Temecula Wine & Beer Garden and Franklin’s Cove, and added that we played there as Freeze Frame.
And before Sascha could say another word, one of the bridesmaids blurted out … Continue reading “Rocking Out at Eve & Ty’s Wedding”
Freeze Frame turned it up to 11* at the 710 Beach Club in San Diego on April 18. As Cherry Bomb, Manila Ice, Frankie Hollywood, Hong Solo, Blitzkrieg Bob, and Tommy Lee Roth, we kept the heads banging all night long in PB**.
Freeze Frame doesn’t currently play too many public shows in central coastal San Diego, so if you’d like to catch us in all our leather, fishnet, and mullet glory, keep an eye out on our calendar. And maybe we’ll see you at our next show at the 711 Beach Club!
And our brand new website is live. Check it out, and let us know what you think!
Well … I mean, if you’re reading this, then you’re technically already checking it out. So … carry on. Carry on.