Max Kasch has been playing music since he could hold an instrument. He was raised on a large ranch in the upper Ojai Valley.
Will Breman’s style is as eclectic as his background. His musical upbringing began with voice lessons from his mother and teaching himself guitar. Since then, Will has tried everything from screaming in metal bands to serenading at coffee shops and
Louie Cruz Beltran speaks with MB Hanrahan about his music and art and touches upon his work as a community advocate.
Musician and Producer, “Doc Ventura” (Tim Schulfer), speaks with MB Hanrahan about the surge of music and creativity he predicts will blossom as a result of the pandemic and artists having the time to gain new skills and create more
Hunter Ackerman plays an acoustic song, “Highway 1.” Outside of the pandemic he is also known for his band, Hunter & The Dirty Jacks, described as “Retro Fresh Rock & Roll Soul.”
As part of the Our Ventura TV community-generated video series, Jeffrey Donovan and Jennifer Wylde from the rock band, The Guitar and Whiskey Club, perform an original song, “I Know.”
Music students, Hollis Costa, Katie Wicks, Chloe Biondo, Mia Kish and Josh Stuart speak about the Cabrillo Middle School Music Program.
Kyle Smith is a reggae rock singer-songwriter, from Ventura, California.
Certified Music Therapist, Lori Sunshine, speaks with George Alger about music therapy.
Jeffrey Donovan and Greg Collister provide insights into careers as a musician dedicated to a working band versus being a studio musician for hire.