Hollywood, CA, September 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- September 10-12 the 2nd Annual Sunset Strip Music Festival held in Los Angeles, California was a huge success and Skatetronics.com was there to capture it. The 3 day event which was held right on the historic Sunset Strip and headlined big recording stars like Ozzie Osborne KORN, Chris Cornell, Pepper, Kottonmouth Kings, Shiny Toy Guns, Shwayze, LMFAO, Unwritten Law, The Donnas, Fishbone, Iglu & Hartly, Iration, Super Mash Bros., The Tender Box, Earl Greyhound, The Ringers, Eulogies, Endless, Hallway, The Pricks, Awolnation, Talib Kweli, Dirt Nasty, Andre Legacy, Beardo, Trouble Andrew, Rob Roy, Onesidezero, Illectrolytes, SSX, The Hopeless, The Irish Goodbye, Ragsy, No Thanks, Motor Gun Hotel and many others. Skatetronics learned the festival was originally scheduled for June 26-28 but had to be rescheduled in order to make the event the best it could be and the reschedule was well worth it. The concert was the model of a pure neighborhood rock concert, only with a few legends performing. One of the best features of the festival was the use of outdoor stages constructed right on the world famous Sunset Strip. Indoor clubs included the Roxy, the Whiskey A GoGo, the Key Club and the House of Blues. The festival brought outdoor music back to a city whose history once lived for outdoor rock performances.
This was also a time to honor music giant Lou Adler whose effect and contribution to the history of music is staggering. Adler produced legendary artist like R&B/Soul legend Sam Cooke, The Mamas and the Papas, Carole King and Ceech and Chong. Lou Adler is also the owner of one of the best rock clubs in Hollywood, The Roxy. Ozzie Osborne was also honored on Saturday at the House of Blues where many notables praised the former front man for the gods of metal-rock, Black Sabbath. Ozzie is a human time capsule of metal rock and his performance at the House of Blues proves he continues to be timeless. Skatetronics.com covered the festival with video interviews and articles from some of the participants of the Sunset Music festival this week at their website.