Soundcheck is back and this season will feature exciting performances, including the electric stylings of CJ May, as well as the surf rock, groovy tunes of the trio Cook.
The episode will be airing on Thursday, March 24 at 4 p.m. on the Soundcheck Facebook page, SCVTV.com, Spectrum Channel 20, AT&T U-Verse Channel 99, Apple TV app, and Roku app.
Soundcheck is SCVTV’s music show that highlights Santa Clarita Valley musicians and their original music. Soundcheck aims to showcase up-and-coming performers who are locally based; for Season 3, the artists have been performing outdoors at the scenic and historic property, the Rancho Camulos Museum. Past seasons of Soundcheck have showcased the artists’ performances in a live concert setting at The MAIN in Newhall–Season 1–and in a virtual format–Season 2. To see more from Soundcheck, visit http://scvsoundcheck.com.
Here’s more about this episode’s featured musicians:
CJ May: Playing guitar since his youth, CJ May combines a mix of blues, jazz, and hard rock in his playing style, along with a smooth vocal delivery. Accompanied by Chet Nordskog on Drums and Drew Dearwater on Bass, the group delivers a memorable performance when they hit the stage. His recent EP “White Trash” was released late 2020. The Four song EP features, “Little Thing”, and “Lost and Profound: @cjmaymusic.
Cook: COOK is a Los Angeles-based trio, composed of members Tommy Sweet (drums), Karson Gibson (guitar), and Garrett Bower (bass). Together, the band blends elements of high-energy funk, surf, and a multitude of various other genres of music, creating a psychedelic stir-fry that leaves you wanting more. Let’s get cookin’!
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