Quantum Collective Presents Daniel Bedingfield Live at Hard Rock Café

Written by  Published in Previews Monday, 05 March 2012 14:32

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On Tuesday, March 6, the good people over at Quantum Collective will be hosting a performance from the lovable Los Angeles via New Zealand DJ Daniel Bedingfield at Hollywood’s Hard Rock Café as a kickoff for the group’s 2012 Southwest Invasion.

Not only is this going to be one hell of a dance party, but the proceeds also benefit Stop The Traffik, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about human trafficking. Bedingfield will be joined by Native June, Jared James Nichols, A House For Lions, E-Train, The Grey Area, and special guests that have not been announced, which makes this well worth the $10 cover. Show starts at 8:30 pm.
Last modified on Monday, 05 March 2012 18:08
Katrina Nattress

For as long as she can remember (and probably before then), Katrina has been a music addict. Raised attending concerts and listening to records with her father in Portland, Oregon, there was no question as to what the little audiophile would be when she grew up—a music journalist. And from the first day she wrote an album review for a blog in high school, she never deterred from that path. With a journalism degree from the University of Oregon under her belt, Katrina decided to pack up and move to where the action was. She now spends her days basking in the sun of the city of angels, keeping Amoeba Records in healthy business, and watching live music every chance she gets.

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