Variety: Lovin' Spoonful Daydreams Come True as John Sebastian Goes All-In for Tribute Show

For all the country and blues influences that came to the fore, there were also some delightful moments of pure garage-rock, like Nick Guzman’s reading of “There She Is,” with the Muffs’ Ronnie Barnett and Roy McDonald as the rhythm section.

LA Weekly: A Lovin' Spoonful of Wild Honey

California Rocker: John Sebastian Reunites with The Lovin' Spoonful Members for Benefit at Alex Theatre

Excerpt from article: The appearance of Garth would have been stunning on its own, but it was augmented by soulful performances by many other musical luminaries, all connected by this timeless music, including Jackson Browne, Syd Straw, Van Dyke Parks, Terry Reid, Peter Case, Carlene Carter, Victoria Williams, Sister Maud, Jerry Riopelle, Cindy Lee Berryhill, David Baerwald, Nick Guzman, Peter Holsapple, Julianna Raye, Sarah Kramer and many others.” - Paul Zollo

American Songwriter

Quoted from the article: One of them is Nick Guzman, a 27-year-old singer-songwriter who has played autism benefits alongside Stephen Stills and Neil Young, in addition to counting himself a proud Wild Honey regular. Nick and his mom, Christinna, both say that one of the greatest ways the Wild Honey Orchestra have improved Nick’s life is by surrounding him with amazing musicians who are also wonderful people, wanting to share the full depth and breadth of Nick’s interest in this life-affirming music.” - Jackson Truax

LA Weekly

Carnie Wilson, Susan Cowsill, Al Jardine Rock Glendale’s Alex Theatre Carnie Wilson, Thomas Walsh and Rob Laufer – Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia By DONNA BALANCIA – The Beach Boys left their mark on music, but Wild Honey Orchestra and friends brought it to life last night. Musicians from near and far performed a with the Wild Honey Orchestra which holds its annual charity concert. The Tribute to the Beach Boys 1967-77 was a benefit for Autism Think Tank and Childrens Music Fund. Carnie Wilson, Al and Matt Jardine, Susan Cowsill, and a host of other well-known rockers took the stage at the Alex Theatre in Glendale and put on an unforgettable show. Nick Guzman performs “I Can Hear Music” – Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia Some of the most known but least performed songs were the highlight of the evening as Jardine kicked off the night with “Heroes and Villains,” and Nick Guzman followed up with “I Can Hear Music.” It was a night of memories and “good vibrations” for those who were around or even heard tell of the late 1960s and 1970s.  Some familiar faces from TV and radio in that era were on hand to help contribute to the night of charity. Micky Dolenz, known for his antics on the TV show “The Monkees,” and Bill Mumy, who played Will Robinson on “Lost In Space” were on hand to sing some tunes. But the women stole the show as Carney Wilson, Susan Cowsill and Carla Olson took the stage and didn’t let go. Wilson, the daughter of Brian Wilson gregariously carried duets and wore her 1960s-style hat. Olson, founder of the Textones, sported that latest in Texas-style attire with white shirt and bolo-style tie. Susan Cowsill singing “Sail On Sailor” at Beach Boys tribute – Photo © 2016 Donna Balancia But Cowsill — yes of the famous Cowsill family — hit a high note with her emotional version of “Sail on Sailor” that had the audience singing along. If you want to learn more about The Cowsills see East Coast Rocker’s interview with her brother, Bob Cowsill. You can go to the web and find some old episodes of The Partridge Family, which was modeled after the famous first family of ’60s song.” - Donna Balancia

California Rocker

WILD HONEY CELEBRATES THE BEACH BOYS 1967-1977 Benefit for the Autism Think Tank & Children's Music Fund to take place  February 13th at the Alex Theatre Go to the link below for the full text:” - Paul Rock and Cary Baker


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