Let’s Make Party

Blare Video will be co-hosting the Vladimir Boom Music Video Release Party.

Vlad Boom

Vlad Boom

Friday July 3rd, 2015

9:00 PM

at

Lindo Live

3459 Via Lido

Newport Beach, CA 92663

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Enjoy the screening of Vladimir Boom’s two new videos, “Let’s Make Party” and “Pinche Guerro”.  Follow by live performances by Vladimir Boom and the Tijuana Dogs.

About Vladimir Boom

A famous Russian singer, songwriter and nightclub owner who immigrated to America illegally through Mexico. His goal while in the U.S. is to bring Americans joy and remind them of the importance of being happy! Let’s Make Party is his first American release.

About the Tijuana Dogs

Matt Mauser – Lead Vocals – Matt founded the Tijuana Dogs with original member Marcos de la Cruz in 1997. Later that year he asked his college guitar teacher (Dave Murdy) to join the band and in early 1998 long time friend and bass player Rick Deeb joined the group. Matt is a Spanish teacher at a private school in Corona Del Mar and is a Huntington Beach lifeguard during the Summer.
Marcos de la Cruz – Drums – Marcos has recorded with various musicians including former Beach Boy Jeffrey Foskett. In ’96 he played drums on “Yesterday’s News Now” with Walter Clevenger which ended up in “The Five Aces” starring Charlie Sheen. Dave Murdy – Lead Guitar – Dave was an original member of Kilauea, a very successful pop Jazz band that Dave toured the country with and performed on four c.d.’s, two of which went top ten on the Billboard charts. While performing with Kilauea, Dave released his own Jazz c.d. “That Goes to Show Ya” which made it to the airplay charts and was heard around the country. Dave has performed with Jazz artists as varied as Art Davis, Brandon Fields, Eric Marienthal, Tony Guerrero, Bobby Shue, Warren Hill and 60’s pop star Jackie Deshannon. Currently Dave has released two c.d.’s with his trio, Toxic Jazz.  Mark Noreyko – Bass – Mark received his Bachelors degree in cello performance and plays rock, jazz, pop, fusion and R&B. He’s worked on both cello and bass with numerous artists such as Alex Ligertwood, Alphonso Johnson, Alex Acuna, Tony Braunagal, Tim Pierce, L.A. Guns, Alexis Pena, and Tommy Eyre.

About Blare Video

A Los Angeles and Orange County video production company with locations through United States including Las Vegas, San Diego, and Phoenix.