Corey Leal Duo, Jungle Poppins and Ryan Hiller Solo
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Jungle Poppins is an animated troupe performing your favorite movie soundtracks and quirky originals. Anything but average, they prove music upstages autism as they move your head, heart, hands and feet.Buy Tickets
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Ticket Price: $9 advanced / $11 day of show / $16 reserved loft seating
JUNGLE POPPINS ALBUM RELEASE
BANDING TOGETHER PRESENTS
Catching the spirit of pioneering roots artists like the Byrds, Gram Parsons and the Band, Southern California revivalists Wish and the Well released their award-winning debut, Darling, Darling, in January, 2017. Guitarist and principal songwriter Corey Leal, draws deeply from a wide spectrum of influences, ranging from Son House to Sam Cooke to Hank Williams, synthesizing these timeless styles into a sound that pays homage to the past while bringing it squarely into the here and now. Corey will be joined by his fellow band mate and Wish and the Well’s lead guitar player, Steven Crowle on mandolin. The duo create a back home feel with kin like harmonies while convening the sparse, elegant song structures of Americana.
Ryan Hiller is a highly skilled entertainer who delivers memorable performances that are full of passion, energy and truly great music. He is a highly accomplished, technically-proficient, guitar professional & singer who can bring a crowd to their feet with his own songs or by perfectly rendering a standard cover. Full of Funk, Soul and whole lot of rock n’ roll, Ryan Hiller is a highly sought-after musician and the only sound of his kind in San Diego, CA. After receiving his degree in music from the University of New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz, Ryan moved to America’s Finest City after Hurricane Katrina and has since established himself as a regularly featured artist both in private and public settings.
Ryan has honed his craft through years of writing, recording, and performance. He has opened up for The Steve Miller Band, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foreigner, Styx, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Chicago, Lyle Lovett, John Scofield, Chris Isaak, and Don Felder of the Eagles. He has performed at Qualcomm stadium, Petco Park, The Belly Up, The House Of Blues, among countless others, both in San Diego and nationally. In 2015, Ryan became GigTown Music’s first artist, a testament to Ryan’s involvement in the booming San Diego music scene.
Ryan Hiller signed with Pacific Records in 2016. His first Pacific Records release, “Big Medicine” is set for a spring 2017 release. This will be Ryan's fourth album. Ryan says, “The songs on this album were written with an audience who likes to get down at a festival in mind. Big Medicine is in quite the literal sense what I was trying to create because there’s nothing more healing than a good time.” A national tour and festival appearances are currently in the works following the release of the album.