Dave Stone; vocalist and rhythm guitar player of Outlaw Man, a classic folk, country and rock and roll band from Shekou Shenzhen performs at an Open Mic / Open Jam session at the Blu Bamboo. Kaktooz hosts the Open Mic nights at Blu Bamboo every Wednesday and is frequented by musicians pro and enthusiast alike from all over Shenzhen. Other members of Outlaw Man include David Garcia on bass, Steve Jones on lead guitars and Omar on drums.
Known by many in Shekou and considered part of Shenzhen' live music scene in his own right, Jimmy B. is not a singer by profession but he gets up on stage to sing Dock of the Bay, Bad Moon Rising and La Bamba, he literally gets people up their feet, dance and keep them yelling for more. He is truly one of the reasons why Shekou's music community is as lively as it is.
View of Shekou (Sea View, Rose Garden and The Peninsula) at night from the 27th floor of Sea Dynasty Garden.
Jim Mazdea, one of the founders and former drummer of band Boston hits the keys with an original song in the making. Jim owns Ghost Bar in Shekou and is a prominent and famous figure in Shenzhen's live music scene. Behind him is Yalik, bassist of Mind The Gap.
A favorite of the Zamoras from Shenzhen, the Buffalo Wings at Mc Cawley's Peninsula Shekou has certainly got what it takes to become anyone's favorite dish as well.
Denzio of Kaktooz feeling sexy and croons at last year's Halloween Party over at Enigma Bar, Sea World, Shekou, Shenzhen. On his left is Larry, Mind The Gap's guitar player on bass and a portion of Mayie on the right, Gone Wild's female singer.
No, this is not a blast from the past photo from of the 80s era when big hair glam rock music ruled the airwaves. This is Mac, a Filipino Shenzhen resident who maintains a day job and rocks out at jam sessions at night whenever he can. Here, he jams at Enigma Bar, Sea World, Shekou during the birthday celebration of Melo, Gone Wild's bass player. They all belong to the PAC family which make up most of Shenzhen's live music and arts scene.
Win this brand new Peavey Raptor Custom Guitar at PAC-U Grand Launching Beach Concert Party. Other prizes like Peavey ball caps, and gift certificates from The Village Bar, Terrace Bar and Choppers are also to be given away.
This weird looking space-ship like building on the works at Sea World, Shekou reminds one of Star Trek's USS Enterprise. A lot wonder what this structure will be for after it is done. Will it be an office, a restaurant, amusement center, movie-house, dance club or another live band music venue? For now, people in Shekou, Shenzhen just speculate. To some it's a thing of beauty while others think the design is way over the edge and does not blend well with other structures at Sea World. Whatever people think, the fact that they think about it, means only one thing... it's interesting.
Singer-songwriter Bro Philemon at Audio Witch Studios in Shekou, Shenzhen recording a vocal track for a song release in Ghana with sound engineer Dennis Briones. Bro Phil was recently awarded "Best New African Artiste in Gospel in Asia" held in U.K.. He is based in Shenzhen, China and Hong Kong for business reasons but maintains a good following of listeners in Africa and other parts of the world as well with his music in the worship of God.