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Bogg gives jazz tribute to Black Sabbath

Bogg gives jazz tribute to Black Sabbath

Chelsea Gallegos

November 16, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Bogg, a modern jazz ensemble with clear hip-hop, classic rock and other random influences, has weekly shows at Cafe Coda. Black Sabbath was the theme of this particular Friday morning show, which audience members loved. A lack of lyrics didn't deter young fans; in fact, the cafe was full to capacity with audience members standing outside to see th...

Lyme Aid concert comes to 1078 Gallery

Lyme Aid concert comes to 1078 
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Erin Vierra

May 10, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Previews

The second annual Lyme Aid concert will be presented at 1078 Gallery on May 16 with a night full of local music and awareness. The event is being presented by The Lyme Center, a nonprofit organization in Chico that is dedicated to education, advocacy and outreach for Lyme disease in Butte County. Performe...

Cammies: Jazz Showcase

Cammies: Jazz Showcase

Trevor Whitney

April 12, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

This year's CAMMIES jazz showcase pits the old school, savage swinging of Chico Jazz Collective against Bogg's current, filthy groove. Thursday's event at 1078 Gallery marked the beginning of the Chico News & Review music festival's 10th anniversary. Also performing were Holly Taylor and The Miami Rogue Roosters, but Taylor was backed by Bogg and although the Roost...

Bogg’s ‘Summer Harvest’ album review

Bogg’s ‘Summer Harvest’ album review

Ashiah Scharaga

December 20, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

It’s impossible not to like Bogg. The 2-year-old modern jazz band manages to make Britney Spears' "Toxic" hip and musically intriguing. It's a fitting kick-off for "Summer Harvest," the group's locally-recorded third album filled with an eclectic mix of covers, from Charlie Parker's "Scrapple From the Apple" to System of a Down's "Toxicity."...

Not Bogg-ed down

Not Bogg-ed down

Trevor Whitney

December 8, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Once upon a time, in a pre-Bogg world, drummer Michael Bone and keyboardist Joshua Hegg were stranded in Chico during summer and felt the need for a musical outlet."Most people were out of town and it was the summer time," Hegg said. "And we were really interested in improvisation and jazz-type stuff." The duo's other band, Clouds On Strings, is a more structu...

Artist of all trades: Joshua Hegg

Artist of all trades: Joshua Hegg

Jake Hutchison

September 12, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

When Joshua Hegg was 9 years old, the local musician and skilled pianist actually despised taking piano lessons. It wasn't until attending high school and joining a jazz group that he found a passion for playing. "It was like I was fluent in another language," Hegg said. That passion would event...

Great Garden Art Weekend features stunning local talents, creations

Great Garden Art Weekend features stunning local talents, creations

Emma Wood-Wright

September 7, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Video

[metaslider id=34583]Photographs by Matthew VaccaIt’s 93 degrees on Saturday and Barbie and Ken are lounging in a water-hole styled planter box, listening to live music performed by local quartet Bogg at Magnolia Gift & Garden on East Ave. Barbie and Ken are listening to the quartet's signat...

Music awards reward audiences with rousing performances

Music awards reward audiences with rousing performances

Emma Wood-Wright

April 14, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

  A baby in jean overalls and high-top Converse danced with his mom and dad at the 2014 CAMMIES finale awards show. Losing balance on his 13-month-old legs, he fell backward on his rump as Alli Battaglia & The Musical Brewing Co. performed on the main stage. From 2-7 p.m. on Sunday the Chico Women's club was rocking with two stages, twe...

Community supports local band with benefit show

Community supports local band with benefit show

Maegan Webster

March 1, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

Exceptional circumstances lead to exceptional evenings, as was the case when modern jazz quartet Bogg had equipment stolen out of its car.Community support came flooding in after the Chico-based band posted about their situation on Facebook, culminating in Thursday's show, Survival of the Kindest, hosted by ...

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