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Girls Night Out: The Show

Girls Night Out

Every woman has her own idea about what she considers sexy. Men in uniform, men of mystery, the dangerous man, the rugged cowboy, the bad boy, the shirtless hunk on the romance book cover, or the guy with the devilish smile.  Imagine all of them under one roof for one playful evening of sensual indulgence.

Comedy on the Edge featuring Rick Pulido

Comedy on the Edge Rick Pulido

The Edgewater has been loyal to comedy, featuring stand-up comedians on weekends in their Edge Lounge for a few years now. Going by the name, “Comedy on the Edge”, the Edgewater presents different stand-ups each Friday through Sunday nights with a “headliner/opening act” format.
Overall, the quality of the comedians has been good—especially so for the headliners, well worth the $15 plus tax admission ticket ($2 discount on Sunday shows for US veterans with ID).

Martina McBride


You could plop Martina McBride into any era or genre of music and she could breeze through all of it with ease. This slender beauty with piercing blue eyes and enormous vocal ability is as comfortable with a classic Etta James torch song as she is performing power ballads with Kid Rock.
Throughout her extensive career, McBride’s done both and everything in between, but her heart has always belonged to country music. It’s that love that drives everything she sings, everything she does and it’s at the very core of who she is as a woman, a wife, a mother and a human being.
Love also seems to be the adopted theme of her latest album Reckless, released in April 2016, but then love has been a re-occurring theme to all of McBride’s music since she first hit town in the 1990s.



WAR was never a band with a particular plan. In the ’60s, they played their share of gigs and had quite a following in Southern California by taking the sounds of the streets and combining them into a multicultural vibe that easily blended with many genres. Starting out as a cover band, they got requests for everything from Hank Snow to James Brown—and they were fine with that. But their lives changed forever the night record producer Jerry Goldstein brought Eric Burdon to one of their shows at a topless beer joint in the San Fernando Valley.