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Rolling Stone LA’s Plugged » Kevin McCall

Entertainment, Music 12 May 2011   »   by TheWhatItDo

It’s a Tuesday night and the line outside Rolling Stone LA is down the street. Why? Even though it has only been open 8 weeks, the new hot spot off Hollywood and Highland is bringing you Plugged every Tuesday night!

“We’re plugging in musicians with their fans and their peers simultaneously. So you can come out and have an organic night and enjoy the concert jam sessions… We’re looking to diversify to bring you what’s hot and what’s next and it’s all at Rolling Stone,” says Rolling Stone LA’s promoter Patricia Edwards.

“With rolling stone we touch everything that has to do with music because Rolling Stone is music and everything it touches. So it’s cutting edge, it’s risqué, it’s what you’re not gonna find at your Mom & Pop shop…We have a different variety of things going on and we’re looking to become part of the Hollywood community.”

Edwards says, “The point of the event is to have fun, it’s high energy and there’s a lot of things going on that you’re not expecting!”

The WhatItDo was representing at Plugged on an urban night with  POWER 106’s DJ E-Man spinning, Wild Bunch, Kevin McCall and Tyga performing, and the hottest people droppin it on the floor, and Chris Brown chillin in VIP fashion!

Wild Bunch had the energy and beats of mainstream Hip-Hop and the smooth sounds and flow of classic Motown funk at the same time.

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Likewise, Kevin McCall has the diversity and range in his music to promote longevity in his career. In other words, we gon’ see him around for a long time folks! Sometimes His music is smooth and soulful like “compliments for confidence” other times he’s poppin’ and full of energy like “Big Booty Judy”. And sometimes he has the perfect combination of both like the radio hit “Deuces!”

While this week Plugged at Rolling Stone LA had a hip-hop vibe, Edwards says, “Next week it might be a rock-n-roll night, the following week it might be an alternative night… it’s constantly rotating and constantly switching up.” The style of music featured changes from week to week The WhatItDo is certain that Plugged on Tuedsay nights is sure to always be hot as Rolling Stone LA mixes, blends, and merges genres of music and connects people together!  Like our friend Patricia Edwards says, “It’s a matter of good talent, quality talent, and what’s next!”

Make sure you keep up with Plugged via Twitter or Rolling Stone LA’s website! Or Follow the Boss Lady Patricia Edwards!

For more info on how you can audition to perform or book special events contact Patricia at:

Article Written By: G_Writer

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