Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Lance Reegan-Diehl guest artist at Music China 2019 October 10th

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 1st  2019

Lance Reegan-Diehl guest artist at Music China 2019 October 10th

Shanghai, China – October 10th, 2019 – World renowned Canadian Guitar Wizard
Lance Reegan-Diehl will be making appearances and performance as guest Artist
at Music China for Olympia Strings, Musiccube Swing Guitars, SD amps, with Graphtech Sponsored by Olympia Strings, and Music Messe China.

   As guest artist to Music China, with notable performances at Messe shows in Europe and NAMM show. Lance uses a custom Signature Swing Guitar model, with Graphtech bridge parts and in Shanghai Musiccube and Keipro are lending their friend LRD a hand while  Olympia strings are pouring the metal. The show includes LRD songs from his recordings and a classic “ I can’t make you love me” written by Mike Reid‎; ‎Allen Shamblin. The Messe stage is made for music and Lance is no stranger among the diverse roster of talented artists he will play alongside this time in Shanghai. Olympia Strings booth W4A72 Artists appearances, Musiccube Amplification booth W2F38 and the big one on the outdoor stage S3 (Near Hall W5) 1:15pm “Lance Reegan-Diehl -  Rock The Stage.”

   Music China is held at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) the annual music event is for trade industry and for musicians and artists. Lance has attended and performed several times for Music Messe. Times change, companies come and go, but the Artist remains.

   Lance Reegan-Diehl (L.R.D.) is a Guitarist / Composer / Producer / Clinician with eleven studio albums to his credit the 12th is the up coming “Stories Truer Than Fiction”. The digital release of Widgets and Wooden Nickels this year January 16th 2019, and the Re-Release of the 1999 Monk Munch album later in 2019. Originally from Vancouver, Canada Lance calls Seoul Korea home.
L.R.D. travels the world performing concerts, running guitar clinics and is one of the most active indie artists supporting U.S. troops overseas with ongoing live dates throughout Asia and Europe.

Upcoming appearances, performances, and ongoing clinic’s can be found at the homepage of Lance Reegan-Diehl. www.LRDmusic.com

Contact: Lance Reegan-Diehl
Company: LRD Music
Address: Seoul, Korea

Website: http://www.LRDmusic.com
CD Link: http://www.cdbaby.com/reegandiehl4

Saturday, October 13, 2018

HBC Fall Music Festival Running into the Thirteeth Year

Hae Bang Chon Fall Music Festival 2018, takes place on Friday, and Saturday October 19th and 20th      This is the second installment of HBC Fest in the 13th year of the Hae Bang Chon music festival with a great lineup and some new additions for independent music. The definitive expat and international music and performance fest in Korea. Made up entirely of independent music artists and performers from Korea and a host of other countries. The festival began in 2006 as a showcase for expat musicians in the city to perform to larger crowds. It has grown over the years from the 3 simple bars it was first conceived in. The 'Fest' was originally started by
Lance Reegan-Diehl and James Gaynor. It continues to this day under the guidance of founder Lance Reegan-Diehl owner of DEELEEBOB Music and the HBC fest.

HBC, or Hae Bang Chon located in Youngsan-Gu is one main street where the action happens from the very bottom all the way up to the top where the Hair of the Dog sits perched. The HBC area became very famous as a local expat hangout from 1998 onward, and the Hae Bang Chon festival has made the entire area blossom into a bubbly, busy place for all kinds of businesses to open as more people find it an attractive neighborhood to be in. The festival has always adapted to the demands of both musicians and venues, this fall festival venues and supporters: Hair Of The Dog, Linus BBQ, Phillies Pub, Bedrock, The Cave, Bonny’s Pizza Pub, Al Matto Terrace, Camarata Music, Rabbit Hole, Casablanca Sandwiches, Morococo, The Workshop, and Hidden Cellar. Boogie Woogie.

Phillies Pub, Camarata Music, Bedrock , and Boogie Woogie, host the bands that perform on the larger sized stages, and the sounds range from blues, to rock, to jazz, and all points funky in between. The festival is known for the up close, small venue and intimate feeling you get from watching the variety of people perform.  Local bands performing include Reasco, Cutty, The Beagles, The Coals, Batu, Park’s Blues Band, Rough Cuts, DND, Rooftop Stray, TRAP, and a host of solo and smaller acoustic acts will be on stage at Hair of the Dog, Linus BBQ, Hidden Cellar, Workshop, Phillies Balcony, and The Cave.

While safety in large numbers is always a concern. There has never been a single fest related accident or incident with cars and people during the entire run of HBC Fest for 13 years. There are now sidewalks in the area outside of all the fest venues, and everyone is free to walk from bar to bar without tape lines, or traffic issues. The festival is provided by local business owners who support this music festival and give independent artists a place to play.

The HBC Festival is a DEELEEBOB Music Production. The central point between artists, venues and business owners. Music sponsors include Sound Drive Amplifiers, Swing Guitars, Graphtech Guitar Parts, Olympia Strings and Straps, along with all participating business owners and Beer vendors.
The festival begins on Friday Oct. 19th   with 4 to 5 venues hosting some live acts. Saturday Oct. 20th there will be live music from 4pm onward in the wee hours. Last act on at 1am. 10 live venues running for the Saturday.

For more details, including an updated schedule and list of performers, please visit the main website www.hbcfest.com and there is an event page on Facebook, which directs you to the schedule on the website.

DEELEEBOB Music - HBC Festival,
47-B1, Sinheung-ro, Yongsan-gu,
Seoul, Korea, 140-842

HBC South Venues Fall 2018

DEELEEBOB Music: Owner and founder of the HBC Festivals. Gear and services provided to the festival and the various business owners throughout the year.
CONTACT: Lance Reegan-Diehl

Revolucion: A Cuban inspired venue, with an all Cuban menu and authentic smoked chicken, with excellent Cubano sandwiches. The music is bands outside in the parking lot all afternoon, then into the indoor stage for a more intimate acoustic easy listening feel.

Maloney’s South Pub: The owner in Seoul decided to bring his beers, and his pub to Pyeongtaek. While having two loactaions has been a stretch, Maloney’s South has found a comfortable cozy place in Anjang-ri to call home. Acoustic corner bound rock’n is to be had at this comfy little place.
CONTACT:  Brendan

Louis Bar an Grill: An upstairs pub over looking the ville street. Good grill and food, always a friendly atomosphere, a favorite among the local Military and contract workers. Plenty of seating with an outdoor patio and roof top bar style seating and picnic tables. Live acoustic music for the HBC fest.
CONTACT:  Zach Carlson

Bear Paw: This place used to be an extention of the RMT in Seoul, the owner has concentrated on the Bear Paw only to make a fantastic open pub feel, with a fantastic menu. Still keeping the Canadian feel, and the sports bar appeal. Over looking the Pyeongtaek base. A favorite among expat and locals. Live music features bands this fall fest, as well as a bit of acoustic to wind up the night.
CONTACT:  Tyler Deuling

Wolfhound: Irish pub located in the heart of Anjang-ri, while not just an extension of it’s Itaewon cousin. The wolfhound has carved out it’s own personality with a solid no nonsense menu, and catering to sport events and expat’s. Acoustic live music featured at HBC South.
CONTACT:  Jamie Cotton

Tailgate Bar an Grill: The sporting center that Tailgate is, huge outdoor patio, lot’s of dart boards, and dual pool tables keep this place being an entertainment central. The oversize burgers an entrĂ©e’s are a favorite to the military who frequent the place. They even offer a taxi ride coverage for anyone, if they spend a certain amount at Tailgate. A tented stage is the norm. and BBQ’s on the back patio where rock bands knock it out of the park at HBC South.

Featured acts : Badoogie, Reasco, Cutty, Jonathan Hunt, Batu, Christian Whelan, Jordan Stewart
John Patrick Starling. TRAP, EARL, L.R.D. Band, among others.