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Circle The Earth Live at the Peppermint Club

Circle The Earth is an energetic pop-rock musical project. Its music conveys a message of cultural inclusion, ethnic diversity, religious tolerance, women’s rights, and equality of opportunity, all based on a premise of underlying spirituality, hope, and optimism.

Michael McBay heads the band, which is managed by Johnny Miller, CEO of TruPitch Entertainment.

“I have been putting together and financing original music projects for 30 years in the Los Angeles area, and Circle The Earth is a natural evolution of that long-time endeavor,” says McBay.


What are some of the biggest challenges you face in managing the band, and how do you overcome them?

Scheduling and booking a group of super-talented, very busy professional musicians is definitely among the biggest challenges of managing Circle The Earth. Generating the finances necessary to maintain and effectively promote a project of this caliber is extremely challenging as well.


What sets this band apart from other rock bands and what kind of audience do they appeal to?

The cultural diversity and the overall look of the band definitely sets it apart. Having a Black female lead vocalist who sings rock, raps, and performs so strongly is also quite unique. Because of these factors, the band has broad international appeal.

What advice would you give to someone who is looking to book your band for an event, and what should they keep in mind when working with a band manager?

We are completely reliable, easygoing, professional, and very fun to work with– please be the same!

What is your message to our Heart Of Hollywood Magazine readers?

All true religions and spiritual paths lead back to the same loving God and not one soul will be lost.

How can people book the band for concerts, festivals, or other events?

Contact Mike McBay

PH: 213-915-2274

E-mail: doctormcm@gmail.com

or Johnny Miller

PH: 310-435-7195

E-mail: johnny@trupitch.com

Sean Healy presents circle the earth Aug 17
Sean Healy Presents: Circle the Earth LIVE at The Next Wave Show

Date: Thursday, August 17, 2023 Time: 8:00 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM) Venue: The Peppermint Club, 8713 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048

Tickets: $25.00 Ages: 21+

Gather your friends and secure your spot for a night of incredible music and electrifying performances! Join us as Sean Healy Presents “Circle the Earth” LIVE at The Next Wave Show, happening at The Peppermint Club in Los Angeles.

This is your chance to be part of an immersive experience that will leave you breathless. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable event!

Purchase your tickets now: https://www.ticketweb.com/event/circle-the-earth-live-at-the-peppermint-club-tickets/13246658

Tag your friends who can’t miss this extraordinary night! Let’s circle the Earth together and create memories that will last a lifetime.


Circle The Earth
Contact: johnny@trupitch.com

Web: circletheearth.band

Seeking: Label, Mgmt, Film/TV, Booking
Style: Rock, Pop

This female-fronted, hard rocking outfit knows its mission: to get to the chorus and drive it the hell home. Each song is conceived and arranged to grab the ear and never let go. For example, “Too Many Pieces” comes out blasting with urgent, immediate energy, with a big chorus, big sound, the production/mix capturing the excitement perfectly. A deep lurching synth bass and rolling groove propels “New Religion” and a defiant megaphoned vocal “Don’t tell me what I want to believe in!” The band’s vision coalesces powerfully with “Sweetest Pain,” which opens with pretty vocals and synth pad before picking up the pace to deliver a great hook, a fluid, concise guitar solo, and a huge sound.


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Material: Circle the Earth is a pop/rock outfit with many influences oozing out of their pores. From R&B to ‘80s/’90s rock to rap to jazz to pop, it all comes together nicely in well-written tunes that uplift and nourish the soul. Most of the songs are rock guitar-driven with nice solos complementing the rhythm section. The keys also helped bring the songs to life as Wang and Feliciano, playing off each other, added another fantastic layer of music to each song.

Musicianship: Good guitar leads, along with a solid rhythm section, kept the energygoing as Khadia, with her sultry, “Beyoncelike”voice, crooned the mellow songs and belted out the melodies when called upon. All the members of the band pitched in to make each tune blossom. Wang and her keys, in particular, were a nice addition to all the tunes.

Performance: Circle the Earth integrates many types of melodies and genres. Not only that, they incorporate dance and choreography, as well. This makes for an entertaining visual to go along with the music. McBay and Khadia are naturals onstage and they got everyone else going, but that’s not to say Wang, Feliciano and Tokaii didn’t bring it, as well.

Summary: Circle the Earth’s repertoire of songs is as diverse as the members’ ethnicity. Taiwan, Japan, Brazil and the Americas all come together to play rock, jazz, pop and hints
of country music to your soul’s delight. Songs like “Sweetest Pain” and “All The Way” keep you dancing to the music, while the hard-hitting “Dead” will make you want to bang your head. The songs are original and creative and you can feel the passion exude from all the members as each tune is played. If they weren’t rocking you out with “Dead,” they were wooing you with “The Other Side” and “Ai, Ai, Ai.” Great all-around performance. Circle the Earth are not to be missed! – Pierce Brochetti

SIR Studios Hollywood, CA

: Michael McBay, bass; Sandro Feliciano, drums; Kazuki Tokaii, guitar; Sandy Chao Wang, keys; Khadia, vocals

Web: trupitch.com/circle-the-earth
Contact: Johnny Miller, 310-435-7195

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