Updated Concert Articles

Updated Concert Articles

We’ve covered 3 live-concerts since mid October in 3 different states. We covered Matisyahu, Radical Something and Cisco Adler in Seattle, Perro Bravo in San Diego and Nahko & Medicine For The People in Florida. Check the articles, photos & set-lists for each show…

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Date: Saturday, Nov 1st, 2014
Line Up: Perro Bravo, C-Money & The Players
Venue: Winstons. Ocean Beach, CA

  • In a first for Winston’s, the unprecedented occurred and there was nothing no one could do about it, even if they tried. Perro Bravo is known for playing punk rock as well as reggae, and halfway through their set they switched gears and powered through a couple of high energy, fast-paced tunes. The first of these was “Early Man”, otherwise known as, “We’re Only Gonna Die From Our Own Arrogance,” which was the hit that was made famous by Sublime and originally created by Bad Religion… READ MORE
  • Date: Saturday, Nov 1st 2014
    Line Up: Nahko & Medicine For The People, The String Cheese Incident,Thievery Corporation & more.
    Venue: Suwannee Hulaween, Spirit of Suwannee Music Park. Live Oak, FL

  • It was another high energy, rocking set to end this chapter of the Nahko history book. Once again, not only was the band able to make thousands dance for a hour, but also hopefully influenced many with their musical medicine that spreads vibes of empowerment in an inclusive experience….READ MORE
  • Date: Thursday Oct 16th, 2014
    Line Up: Matisyahu, Radical Something, Cisco Adler
    Venue: The Shobox at Market. Seattle, WA

  • Eruption from the eager crowd nearly drowned out the ambient music that introduced Matisyahu. His music can be described as a spiritual journey with blending multiple genres to connect us to a higher power. He is a lyrical poet with pure raw talent and has a way of keeping his fans transfixed on his every move…READ MORE