Everyone had a music filled night full of dancing and partying to the sounds of two original artist who are part of their local communities
Hello Torrance, CA-Andy Walo,
Hello San Pedro, CA-Shane O’Brien…
People ran into good friends they haven’t seen in a long time. Harold’s Place was the perfect venue to watch, listen and dance, as tho to be part of the band, real up close and personal like.
Anthony Posa handled the Technical duties masterfully, so there you go! Add in the fact that everyone arrived to their home safe and sound, which can be attributed in part to the responsible ways to get home, made available by Dave and Jennifer Mattina the owners of Harold’s Place in San Pedro. Which had been taken advantage of by those in need for getting home. All in all and considering everything it took to pull it all off, it Made Our Night’s Celebration a Great One and Nothing Short of that
Get ready, for a new CD from The Genuine One this Fall 2016
“Walking a Fine Line“ by Shane O’Brien
A single track from the new CD being produced
tentatively titled “Crestline” which is targeted for
Publishing the Winter 2016. Sometime Before Christmas.
No doubt this down and dirty selection, keeps Shane closer to his Blues influences .
A Solo Acoustic Guitar_Vocal piece in which he tells it just like it is, through his singing tone and his delivery without any ambiguity.
“Walking a fine line, and you know it’s true, ’cause every word I say to you, is true baby… you’re walking a fine line”…
A second preview we share “When It Rains” [c]2000 by Shane O’Brien is the music behind the Slide Show type photo presentation of an Iron Structure being erected in the Port of Los Angeles, Berth 142, for TraPac. It is the Crane Maintenance Building at the TraPac Container Terminal. A good way of featuring both the musical and craftsmen sides of Shane O’Brien