Monthly Archive for: "June, 2016"


1970’s teen heartthrob-turned major TV producer, Shaun Cassidy played his first show in nearly 40 years on Friday night (May 17th) in Buellton, California’s Standing Sun Wines. Cassidy, who was the younger brother of the late-David Cassidy, is currently in the midst of a multi-year overall deal with NBC/Universal television, and serves as a consulting producer on […]

On this day in history (03/18/2019)

1850, The First Stagecoach Company is formed by Henry Wells & William Fargo, called the American Express. It’s later changed to Wells Fargo, a coast-to-coast express business. 1877, US President Rutherford B. Hayes appoints Frederik Douglass marshal of Washington, D.C. 1892, Lord Stanley donated a trophy to the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. It became hockey’s […]

King of the Surf Guitar, Dick Dale has passed away

Legendary surf guitar pioneer Dick Dale has died at age 81. Dale, who was best remembered for songs such as “Miserlou” and “Let’s Go Trippin’,” was a grassroots Southern California hero in the late-1950’s drawing record breaking crowds at such early stomping grounds such as Newport Beach’s Rendezvous Ballroom. Dale, who was born Richard Anthony Monsour in Boston in […]