Saturday, May 31, 2008

Hello friends of the Genitals!

We are going to be playing a live set of musical goodness on KXLU's Neuz Pollution tonight (Saturday) on KXLU 88.9 and we'd love for you to tune in, turn on, and get down with us from the comfort of wherever you listen to the radio!

The show is from 10:30pm - 12am, and Lisa Dee and I will first be performing with Artichoke and then the Evangenitals will sing you to sleep... or to the club... or serenade whatever Saturday night activity you may be engaging in. Don't worry, we won't judge you... we love you! And we'd like to sing to you on the radio.

You can also tune in online at:

Hope to feel you there!


Monday, May 26, 2008

Hello, dearest blog reader.

I don't know if you've ever heard of the "Rose City Rocks" Pasadena Music Festival, but that's beside the point. The point IS that the Evangenitals are kicking the festivities off with a FREE show at McMurphy's Irish Tavern in Old Town Pasadena at 9pm on Wednesday May 28th!

It's our first show in what seems like a looooooong time (I had a play about the History of Water to write & direct) and we're itching to spread our musical joy all over the joint. I hope you can join us. It's a pretty early show for a school night... and did I mention that it's FREE???

We'll be rockin' an uber-unique lineup on this glorious night: our dear George Bernardo (Cash'd Out) is back with us on drums, David Hurlin (Artichoke) is chiming in on Tablas, Henry Bermudez (Unpopable, etc) is ripping up the lead guitar, and extra-special guest Mike Ibarra (Killsonic, El Haru Kuroi, Cat Hair Ensemble) will join us on the UPRIGHT BASS!!! I don't know if I can handle the excitement.

So, yes... I hope you can make it. I've missed your face. Seriously. I'd like to hug you. And sing to you. :-)

The details:
Wednesday May 28th @ 9pm
Evangenitals (w/ The Jane Does & Kingsley)
@ McMurphys Irish Tavern
72 N Fair Oaks Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103

And if you're too far away, fear not! The Evangenitals are going to be playing a LIVE SHOW on the RADIO on Saturday May 31st that you can listen to WHEREVER you are thanks to the INTERNET!

The Evangenitals & Artichoke on KXLU 88.9
10:30pm - 12am (Artichoke plays first, then the Evangenitals tear the roof off)
Listen LIVE at:

love, love, love, love, love, love, love,
rev juli & the evangenitals

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Sunday, May 25, 2008

Greetings, friends of the Evangenitals!

We have several supremely awesome bass players in our extended Evangenital family. The thing with supremely talented bass players is that they are also ridiculously BUSY. So, we're looking to bring some new talent into the fold, as we have a TON of shows and opportunities on the horizon that would sound ever-so-sweeter with delicious bass accompaniment.

Please check out the following "ad" for a bass player and pass it along to anyone that may fit the bill!


Have you seen our Bassist?

Fun, eclectic, alt-country/freak folk/cow-punk Los Angeles-based band The Evangenitals ( are in search of a dedicated, talented, flexible and sweet bass player. By sweet we mean not only your mad bass skills; personality counts with us too! If you haven't heard of us, we are an up-and-coming alt-country/indie rock sensation, breaking boundaries and crossing musical borders. Influences include everything from Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson to Devo, Ween, Low, The Kinks, Beatles, and Captain Beefheart. We are seeking a bassist with an open mind and open heart who is gig-hungry, travel-ready, spiritually principled, loving, funny, and is open to lots of different musical genres. The Evangenitals have an extended family of part-time/full-time band members and we are in need of more bass players in our stable of fine steeds. Honesty, kindness and no heavy drugs please.

To get to know us better, please take a look at our website ( and Myspace page ( and see if you respond to our sounds. You can also check out some videos of the Evangenitals on YouTube here:

If you like what you see and hear, ask yourself the following questions:
Does your schedule allow for weekly rehearsals, as well as about 3 regular shows a month, with a couple more spontaneous shows thrown in? Are you available for not only rock gigs at local LA clubs, but ready to do live soundtrack for experimental theater, recording for indie movies, a few short tours a year, festivals, private parties, hipster weddings, and whatever else the abundant universe seems to throw at us? Are you ready to rumble?

Then heed the call and contact us!

Please send an introduction to you and your work either here on Myspace or at:

We'll check it out and set up an appointment to make some sweet music together!

Rev Juli & the Genitals