We’re Back!! Tune into Epic Television “The Underground” with Mandy Jaime & me tonight 6-8pm (pst). We’re back from a brief break and will be catching up on what we’ve been up to, future programming / content plans, etc. Feel free to call us at 760-887-6866.

I’ll be at The Venue in Grand Terrace,CA. tonight judging Battle for Vans Warped Tour and working the door. Come watch Deep Within, Little Debbie and the Moonpies, When Tides Turn, The CMFs, Blind Audio, & Shaka D battle it out for a chance to win a spot on the Vans Warped Tour!

Tickets: $12 at the door



Check out my recent article published on the BackStage360 website about a music festival I attended, Indie Stock Music Festival.

Title: A Music Experience at Indie Stock Music Festival

Link: http://www.backstage360.com/music-experience-indie-stock-music-festival



Me on “The Epic! Show”

October 10, 2017

I’ve been on my friends show “The Epic! Show” on Epic! Television twice. Episodes are below:

On August 30th, I crashed “The Epic! Show” with my friend Hook from “The Punk Corner.” Check out the archive video on Facebook https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1422587067859653&id=66236440


August 2nd I was a guest host and “weather girl” on “The Epic! Show.” Watch the full video on the Epic Television Facebook page. I’m about 1:25 in https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1396198400498520&id=662364407215260


About Epic! Television:

KJAY Epic! Radio is the largest Professional Internet Radio/Television Station on the West Coast Broadcasting great Music 24/7. They also Broadcast a variety of unique LIVE hosted Radio Shows to thousands of listeners, fans and subscribers Worldwide.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/epictelevision

Website: http://epicradio2.wixsite.com/epic-radio

I sometimes book bands

October 6, 2017

I’ve booked bands and solo artists for events at Hidden Tavern – Hesperia and the Desert Rocks Film and Music Festival, along with interviews.

Bands include:

The Lillies – https://www.facebook.com/TheLillies
Kryptic Moons – https://www.facebook.com/krypticmoons
Stone Stanley – https://www.facebook.com/StoneStanley
Tango Kilo – https://www.facebook.com/tangokilomusic

BOPHADIS – https://www.facebook.com/Bophadis/


Solo Artists include:
Kalina Walker
Travis Prine
Kayla Von der Heide

I also promote the events.


Paying over a grand for a tiny studio apartment when you can rent a house for the same amount in a city that’s an hour away.

Commuting an hour + to a job I dislike just to pay rent for my tiny apartment in Hollywood.

Gazing at the Hollywood Hills from my apartment window knowing I will never be able to afford a house in the Hills.Image

Working with people who have no clue what they are doing and can’t even type with both hands.

Working with chauvinistic men, cocky young dudes who just started working in the industry a year ago and are now underpaid managers, or caddy women who blew some dude to get the job.

Meeting young dudes that just got into the entertainment industry who try to one up me or name drop. I’m much older and have more work experience than they do but they know everything about the film biz, and they shook a celebrity’s hand at an event so they’re now BFF’s. I worked at DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg would always say ‘Hi’ when I passed him in a hallway or saw him at an event. Does he know my name? Probably not.

The sounds of sirens throughout the night: Kind of like nightingales chirping you to sleep but less comforting.

Police helicopters fluttering over the apartment building, shinning lights through the window and rattling the building. They’re always looking for a suspect that robbed, stabbed, or killed someone and it always seems to be in the back yard.

Coming home to the street blocked off and cops crawling all over the area: You’re tired, all you want to do is sleep but some ahole had to shoot and kill someone or a car chase just ended by a suspect plowing their car into a parked car, you’re screwed and go to a bar for a drink.

Not being able to leave the apartment or get to a location because streets are blocked off for an event; Film premiere, Oscars, benefit run, protest, or Christmas parade.


Dodging dog or human sh*t on the sidewalk: The streets in Hollywood are stacked with apartments so people have to walk their dogs so they can sh*t, unfortunately, a lot of owners don’t clean up after their pets. The human sh*t well…

Dodging cockroaches on the sidewalk at night: They like to chase you and try running into your shoe when you walk around the streets. I wish they’d just find a warehouse to hangout in like the big cockroach in Mimic.

Almost tripping over a homeless person or stepping on their home on the sidewalk: There are a lot of homeless people residing in Hollywood. Some came to the city for a dream and lost it, some are addicted to drugs, and some are just crazy. The city really needs to help these people.



Homeless people barking at you like stray dogs for money because they’re hungry, need booze or need to shoot up some more drugs because they’re coming down. I’m hungry too, therefore, I will take my dollar and buy myself an item off a fast food dollar menu. Or, I’ll invest my dollar into buying a bottle of booze.

Homeless people yelling in the streets at their invisible friend.

Shopping for free stuff on the sidewalk or street.  People are always loosing shoes, sometimes you’ll find a matching pair.  You can also find furniture that lazy people leave on the sidewalk in hopes someone else will take it.



Paying $20 for a tiny meal that you could have cooked at home for half the price and have leftovers.

Getting the runs after eating the tiny $20 meal you just ate. Now you have to rush home and call in sick to work the next morning. No one ever believes you have food poisoning; they just think you drank too much because you live in Hollywood.

Paying $14 – $17 for a Jack and Coke when you could buy a whole bottle of Jack on sale at Rite Aid or Walgreens.

Meeting a guy at a bar and having him expect you to go home with him even after you’ve bought your own drink.

Dating a commitment phobic guy that has more issues than you but you’re not dating, you’re just friends.

Becoming friends with a girl who ends up just being a ‘party’ friend: A few months later you find out she’s a hooker and now you know how she pays her bills and why she disappears with guys at a club.

Meeting an actor, producer, filmmaker, guitar player or singer. Like I don’t know enough of them all ready and now days if I hear ‘indie’ I think, ‘Oh, so you’re broke too.”

Meeting a music producer at a club; I think they’re all music producers at the club.

People that hike Runyun Cannon because cause it’s trendy.

Transplants and out-of-towner’s who think they’re too cool because they’re partying in Hollywood.

Going to a club one night and the next night it has a new name and is the new ‘hot spot’ with a new door guy that hates everyone but likes the hoes.

Girls dressing like hookers to get into clubs. I’m guilty for having these kind of dresses because I played an escort in ‘Client 14.’


Feeling like I have to starve myself to keep up with the girls ‘trying to be discovered’ by starving themselves, vomiting up their meals, becoming addicted to diet pills or meth. I like food.

Red carpet events; A person had to have done something special in the industry to get on the red carpet. Now a red carpet is just an excuse to make an event look special.

Guys that get mad at me at a club because I won’t go home with them the night I meet them. There’s a hooker waiting for you in the corner, go ask her.

Group fights at a club or bar; what ever happened to one-on-one fights?

Missing being in the bullet path of a drive by shooting and thinking ‘If I left just a few minutes earlier…’ There has been a few drive by’s in the past few months. People are going crazy.


The TMZ Tour bus; No…


But most of all I’ll miss the hot LAPD cops from the Wilcox station and the hot firemen.