Melting Euphoria, Sprit Circle, and Wayback Machine at the Club Kaos in Fremont, CA
SECOND ECSP SHOW ANNOUNCED
SAN JOSE, CA (November 26, 1996)--Exposé Concert Series Promotions (ECSP) today announced the second event in its new monthly "Exposure Concert Series." Local bands Melting Euphoria, Spiritcircle and Wayback Machine--featuring the talents of Carl Weingarten, Barry Cleveland and Joe Venegoni--are scheduled to perform Friday, December 13 at 8:30 p.m. at Club Kaos in Fremont. The concert is general admission, with tickets available at the Club Kaos box office for $8. Club Kaos is located at 39148 State Street, Fremont, CA ( one mile east of Hwy. 880 off Mowry). Phone number for the venue is 510-792-6500.
"The Exposé Concert Series is designed to highlight and 'expose' local bands who are exploring the current boundaries of rock," said John Szpara, a spokesperson for ECSP and a DJ for the Exposure Radio Network. "The Bay Area is home to a large audience of people who are interested in alternatives to mainstream music or progressive rock, and a large number of talented bands who are producing excellent examples of this music genre. ECSP has the goal of bringing these two communities together with a regular concert series that celebrates this music for the Bay Area."
The Exposé Concert Series successfully premiered at Club Kaos on November 8 with local bands Puppet Show, Nightcrawlers and Attila & Dave Project.
ECSP spotlights a series of bands once per month at Club Kaos. The typical format is three bands on the bill playing various and contrasting styles of rock music in an intimate setting. ECSP is always on the lookout for new bands to be included in the monthly concert series, and interested groups should contact Jeff Melton, phone: 510-796-5186 email: firstname.lastname@example.org for audition information.
The Exposé Concert Series Promotions (ECSP) group promotes new and unusual rock artists in live Bay Area performances. ECSP is a direct extension of both Exposé ( a quarterly music magazine published from Newark, CA) and Exposure, a nationally syndicated radio program. Exposure can be heard locally in the San Francisco Bay Area on KSJS (90.5) radio, Sundays from 9-11:00 p.m.