The Tubes’ Fee Waybill On Playing The Whisky On Dec. 20 & Why He Loves L.A.

As led by singer Fee Waybill since 1972, The Tubes have scored plenty of hit songs, including “She’s A Beauty,” “Talk To Ya Later,” “White Punks On Dope” and “Don’t Wanna Wait Anymore.” Waybill has also done well working with the Foo Fighters, Steve Lukather, Kenny Loggins, Vixen and Richard Marx, beyond appearing in Xanadu and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. One of the first theatrical rock bands, The Tubes have … Continue reading The Tubes’ Fee Waybill On Playing The Whisky On Dec. 20 & Why He Loves L.A.

Los Angeles Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration 2019

Always inspired and fascinated by living in LA, we have whipped up a list of some of our favorite discoveries this year in LALA Land. Here’s the LaLaScoop! We discovered most of these products in LA – so stuff your beloveds’ stockings this year with something your favorite human will love. Imperia Caviar Imported to LA from Russia with love, why not give your friend who … Continue reading Los Angeles Holiday Gift Guide Inspiration 2019

9 Songs That Perfectly Represent LA

If iconic locations can inspire artistic majesty, then the City of Angels is pure magic. Few cities have inspired more songs about their wonders. From old school rockers to modern rappers, song mavens in all genres pay tribute to Los Angeles. These nine songs celebrate everything that makes LA unique. If it’s cold and snowy where you’re located, put in your earbuds, turn up the … Continue reading 9 Songs That Perfectly Represent LA

Author Ben Merlis On His New Book, Cold Chillin’ Records & More

As hip-hop first exploded throughout New York City’s boroughs and surrounding towns, a new generation was emerging: the first to be raised on the genre. At the center of it all was a collective known as The Juice Crew, as led by the charismatic radio personality Mr. Magic, whose Rap Attack was the first program of its kind on a commercial station; that show was, of course, … Continue reading Author Ben Merlis On His New Book, Cold Chillin’ Records & More

20 new food and drink brands to add to your kitchen

Whether you are hosting a gathering at home, celebrating New Year’s, partaking in an NFL Sunday or attending a holiday party, it pays to have an equipped kitchen and pantry. However, it is not always easy to keep up with the latest and greatest brands out there on the market. As a frequent reader of industry trades, a prolific interviewer of brand ambassadors and a … Continue reading 20 new food and drink brands to add to your kitchen

Exclusive: Dave Navarro & Billy Morrison On September 16th’s “Above Ground” Benefit Show, Upcoming Projects & More

Scheduled to take place at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood on Monday, September 16th, guitarists Dave Navarro (Jane’s Addiction) and Billy Morrison (Billy Idol) have put together a must-attend event: the second annual Above Ground benefit concert. As with last year’s successful event, this immersive evening of art and music will celebrate the vinyl album as an art form, and at the same time raise … Continue reading Exclusive: Dave Navarro & Billy Morrison On September 16th’s “Above Ground” Benefit Show, Upcoming Projects & More

Daou Vineyard hosts wine pairing dinner at Santuari

California’s beloved winery DAOU from Paso Robles is hosting a wine pairing dinner at sexy new Santuari Restaurant, one of LaLaScoop’s favorite new spots in Toluca Lake at the Toluca Lake Tennis and Fitness Club opposite Warner Bros Studio. Besides the enchanting setting, the California cuisine with Mediterranean flair is the reason to dine in this historic location once frequented by Clint Eastwood, Farrah Fawcett … Continue reading Daou Vineyard hosts wine pairing dinner at Santuari

12 Things to Do in LA for Art Lovers

If you’re a budding Picasso or simply appreciate the arts, the city of Angels ranks as a veritable paradise. From museums to cultural centers to theaters, you could spend several lifetimes exploring all the city of L.A. has to offer. What if you only have a few days of holiday time to explore the city? You still can absorb much of the location’s iconic art … Continue reading 12 Things to Do in LA for Art Lovers

Artist, songwriter and producer Colin Brittain on where to dine and hang in L.A.

In a 2017 article, The Huffington Post called Colin Brittain “one of the music industry’s wunderkinds” and “a sonic wizard, who takes the creative ideas and energy of musicians and, waving his magic wand, imbues the musical concepts with a delightful spark of life.” Brittain’s work alongside producers such as Kato Khandwala (Blondie, Paramore), John Feldmann (5 Seconds Of Summer, Blink-182) and his sometimes-partner – … Continue reading Artist, songwriter and producer Colin Brittain on where to dine and hang in L.A.

Rosé Day L.A. kicks off summer in spectacular style

Rose Day LA on Saturday, June 8 was back in full force this year in Malibu, California for the second annual National Rosé Day presented by stylish Corkcicle (one of our favorite high-end canteen water bottles). Once again the mesmerizing event was set in Saddlerock Ranch known for its Malibu Wine Safaris. Guests could Uber or Lyft (thanks to a $25 credit with the Freebird … Continue reading Rosé Day L.A. kicks off summer in spectacular style