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Tiny Porch Concerts: Patio Club with Albert and His Dreamboats

Jun 5, 2022 at 5:00 PM

Peter Strauss Ranch
30000 Mulholland Hwy
Agoura Hills, CA 91301



Beer, Wine, Cheese, and a seat waiting for you!


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Admission is FREE, and we'd sure appreciate your suggested $20 donation to help us support the great work of the Santa Monica Mountains Fund. 



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Tiny Porch Concerts is a nonprofit 501(c)3 dedicated to the artists & the local National Parks that hold our concerts. All proceeds are donated to the Santa Monica Mountains Fund. We hope you enjoy the music as much as we do! Tiny Porch Concerts

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Event Summary

Tiny Porch Concerts proudly presents: 

Patio Club with Albert and His Dreamboats

at Peter Strauss Ranch 


Sunday June 5th 

Time: 5pm

VIP Beer, Wine and Cheese Reception starts at 4pm

 These events are open to the public and open to all ages. Admission: 

  • FREE (however, a suggested $20 donation goes a long way to help us support the great work of the Santa Monica Mountains Fund) Chip in on the checkout page with your free ticket!
  • $60 VIP Ticket includes a great beer, wine, and cheese reception at 4:00, and a chair waiting for you in the theater!
Event Details

Patio Club  is the pandemic-formed rock and soul project led by LA’s Dustbowl Revival frontman Z. Lupetin. With no way to tour or share new songs during lockdowns, the prolific Lupetin brought together a talented group of friends including Lashon Halley (vocals), Chad Richard (electric guitar) and Nick Phakpiseth (bass) to play in the only place live music was allowed – his tiny backyard.


Centered around Halley and Lupetin’s fiery harmonies, the group was inspired by the kinetic protests and rallies they attended in 2020. Dozens of soulful and pointed songs flowed from the secret jam sessions held on Lupetin’s patio each Friday (the cops were only called once), resulting in a forthcoming EP recorded at the legendary Sound Factory studio in Hollywood – where Marvin Gaye laid down “What’s Going On”.



 Albert and His Dreamboats Welcoming you in with the gregarious porch-hang manifesto Cheap Beer and fare-thee-welling on the post-romantic I Don’t Love You, Albert and His Dreamboats’ debut album Glad We Spent the Time effortlessly pairs high musicianship with lyrical wit in an odd brand of honky tonk that is half Roger Miller, half Frank Zappa, and kissed all over by the Southern Californian sun.



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