Slick backline

Cathryn Beeks is a bit of a picker

Beeks jumped from terrestrial radio to the web, where guests can cuss like sailors.
  • Beeks jumped from terrestrial radio to the web, where guests can cuss like sailors.

Longtime San Diego music booster Cathryn Beeks promotes weekly Listen Local events around town, provides musician photo services, and performs with bands such as the Ordeal, Groove Kitties, and CalAmity.

Best free photo backgrounds?

“I like a more rural landscape, so I tend to shoot in East County. Crest has some trippy spots at the ecological reserve, and I know of a few secret spots in Alpine that remind me of the moon.”

Finest backline?

Music Box

1337 India Street, Little Italy

“Music Box has a pretty slick backline, even a grand piano, if needed. Also, their production staff is professional and friendly, a rare combination.”

Greatest local musical inspiration?

Grassroots Oasis

3130 Moore Street, Mission Valley

CalAmity recently had the honor of opening a show that Cindy Lee Berryhill was headlining at Grassroots Oasis. She’s legendary, and an inspiration to us gals in the band.”

Cure for your shopping jones?

“Thrift stores are my jam. Luckily, my husband is a bit of a picker, too. We spend more on gas than we do on newfound treasures, but there’s no better or affordable way to spend a Tuesday.”

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