Members of Honk


An Evening with MEMBERS OF HONK

Honk is a local Laguna surf/rock/pop band that became a legend early on after scoring Greg MacGillivray’s epic surf movie, “5 Summer Stories”. They went on to release 3 records notching a #1 record with a song from the film entitled “Pipeline Sequence” and toured nationally with Loggins and Messina, Chicago and The Beach Boys.


Along with Tris’s connection with Chicago, Richard Stekol penned several songs with Kenny Loggins for the film “Caddy Shack” and Steve Wood toured with Kenny as his keyboardist and musical director for ten years where among other things he arranged, sang backgrounds and played keyboards on Kenny’s biggest hit “Footloose”.


The Cause

Music enhances education and nurtures our youth. Studies have shown that youth given guided musical instruction for an hour or two a week show measurable improvements in cognitive and social skills.


Our Music & Kids programs give students the opportunity to connect to the joy and creativity of music, critical to their academic, social and emotional growth. By introducing youth to music, we are building future audiences and encouraging students to explore music as a hobby or profession.


The Artists

Members of Honk features Beth Fitchet Wood, Richard Stekol and Steve Wood, the 3 singer songwriters that make up the core of the legendary Orange County band Honk. The group also features Alan Deremo on bass and Matt Magiera or Frank Cotinola on drums.


The Concert

This special concert is in the cabaret setting, 6:00-8:00pm, at [seven-degrees], 891 Laguna Canyon Road. Doors open 5:00pm. Tickets are $40 in advance, $45 at the door, and a special VIP package for $100 includes premier seating, a meet and greet with the artists and a signed CD.


A special menu and full bar are available.




April 26, 2017



891 Laguna Canyon Rd, Laguna Beach

$40 advance; $100 VIP which includes seating, Meet & Greet with the artists, and a signed CD.




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