‘Squeeze’ Hits Southern California With Several Acoustic Dates



British pop stalwarts Squeeze have split and reformed several times over their 40 year career, but through it all, Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook have penned some of the best pop tunes of the past few decades.

Back with a brand new album, Cradle to the Grave,  Difford and Tilbrook  bring their “At Odds Couple” evening of acoustic Squeeze to several Southern California stops this weekend.  Be one of the first to hear their new songs alongside such staples as”Hourglass,” “Pulling Mussels from a Shell” and “Tempted.”

Squeeze’s At Odds Couple Acoustic Tour:

  • Nov 13 – Grove of Anaheim, Anaheim, CA ($55/$65)
  • Nov 14 – Wilshire Ebell Theater, Los Angeles, CA  ($65)
  • Nov 15 – House of Blues, San Diego, CA ($29.50/$39.50)
  • Nov 17 – Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA  ($48/$58/$68)

Buy Cradle to Grave on iTunes | Amazon

Kathy is a freelance concert photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. She started photographing bands in the early 80s, where she was a fixture on the L.A. rock scene. She returned to concert photography in 2011, starting Wicked Goddess Photography. She is a regular contributor to several music sites, as well as her own site, Spice of Wickedness. Follow her on twitter @wickedgoddess.


Required fields are marked *. Your name and email will not be published.

Making the Cut: A Model’s Journey

Picture this — beautiful international 6 foot models swarming backstage, ready to strut their long legs in front of millions of cameras, capturing the vision of a beloved designer.  “Lights… Camera, Action, its New York Fashion Week 2015!” The fashion director cues the music as the first model is waiting behind a partition — palms sweaty, heart racing with adrenaline.

Continue reading “Making the Cut: A Model’s Journey”

Film Review: Sensational “Grandma” Will Touch Your Heart

Left to right: Lily Tomlin as Elle and Julia Garner as Sage Photo by Glen Wilson, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics
Written and directed by Paul Weitz (Admission, Being Flynn), Grandma is a sensational coming of age story for both the young and older generations that will touch your heart. . The film stars Lily Tomlin (Grandma Elle Reid), Julia Garner (Sage), and Marcia Gay Harden (Judy).

Continue reading “Film Review: Sensational “Grandma” Will Touch Your Heart”

VIDEO: Julie Klausner On Creative Joy of Podcasting

Watch What Happens Live - Season 12
The good news for Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner is that their Hulu series Difficult People was renewed for a second season. The close friends play a heightened version themselves in the series, and their “difficult” attitudes often land them in very awkward (and comedic) situations.

Continue reading “VIDEO: Julie Klausner On Creative Joy of Podcasting”

Sophia Bush Talks Chicago Weather & “Superhuman” Powers

Sophia Bush - Chicago P.D.


Sophia Bush is part of the talented ensemble behind Chicago P.D.and last season’s finale had Lindsay (Bush) caught up in a career crisis after handing Voight (Jason Beghe) her badge. But with Halstead’s (Jesse Lee Soffer) life endangered, Lindsay’s days with the unit is far from over.

Continue reading “Sophia Bush Talks Chicago Weather & “Superhuman” Powers”

Steven Strait On ‘The Expanse’ & Greenwich Village Upbringing

Florence Faivre, Steven Strait - The Expanse (FindYourSeen.com)


Steven Strait (Magic City, City Island) stars in the upcoming series The Expanse, which is based on James S.A. Corey’s bestselling, sci-fi book series about the search for a missing young woman. A hard nosed detective (Thomas Jane) and a ne’er do well ice hauler named Jim Holden (Strait) play important roles in this journey, which eventually leads to the uncovering of a wide-reaching conspiracy.

Continue reading “Steven Strait On ‘The Expanse’ & Greenwich Village Upbringing”

‘The Voice’ Recap: Ellie Lawrence & Evan McKeel Electrify Blind Auditions

The Voice - Season 9

After the first night of The Voice‘s Blind Auditions, each of the four coaches had two members on their team, but by the end of the second night, Blake Shelton took the lead adding three more artists, while Gwen Stefani added only one among the performances aired, but oh what a one it was. So without further adieu, let’s get into night two. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Recap: Ellie Lawrence & Evan McKeel Electrify Blind Auditions”

Chiwetel Ejiofor Rethinks Name With Nigeria Trip

Roadside Attractions

In Z for Zachariah, Chiwetel Ejiofor is John Loomis, an understandably paranoid scientist who slowly builds a bond with the woman (Margot Robbie) who saved his life. Believing they are the only two people living on Earth, their world is thrown for a loop when a stranger (Chris Pine) walks into their life.

Continue reading “Chiwetel Ejiofor Rethinks Name With Nigeria Trip”

‘The Voice’ Recap: Jordan Smith, Mark Hood Shine In Blind Auditions

It’s time for a new season of The Voice. Gone are the memories of Sawyer Fredericks. We’ve traded the blonde locks of Christina Aguilera for Gwen Stefani, and those red spinning chairs have all been greased and ready to do their jobs. Our new season starts with Gwen Stefani going country with a cover of Blake Shelton‘s “Neon Light” and Shelton returning the favor by covering No Doubt‘s “Don’t Speak.” This musical synergy continues with Pharrell Williams covering Maroon 5‘s “Sugar” and Adam Levine singing Pharrell’s familiar refrain from Daft Punk‘s “Get Lucky.” But who will get lucky during the new season of The Voice? It’s time to find out. Continue reading “‘The Voice’ Recap: Jordan Smith, Mark Hood Shine In Blind Auditions”