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Boomshots: Chronixx & Protoje "Who Knows" Live in London

Boomshots: Chronixx & Protoje “Who Knows” Live in London

Boomshots: Chronixx & Protoje “Who Knows” Live in London

One highlight of last night’s sold-out Chronixx show at the Electric in Brixton was the surprise appearance of Protoje, who came out to support his bredren Chronixx and perform their smash hit “Who Knows” live. After he and Diggy blazed the stage, Chronixx went on to perform “Here Comes Trouble” and even flashed a few lines of Jesse Royal, Jah9, and Damian Marley pon the riddim. Subscribe to Boomshots TV for more crucial reggae and dancehall videos.

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Top 10 Reggae music Artists @ Dancehall USA

Top 10 Reggae Albums @ Dancehall USA

 

10 Bob Marley & The Wailers
09 Iration
08 Various Artists
07 Tribal Seeds
06 Snoop Lion
05 Lovd Ones
04 Ziggy Marley
03 Maxi Priest
02 Rebelution
01 Chronixx

With every day progress Reggae Music is evolving from every part of the world. Grabbing new fans all over the world, Reggae is a form of voice of masses for the people who are reggae music fans. It is a form of music which delivers political, social, spiritual notations through its lyrics.

Lets discuss in brief about the Top 10 Reggae Music Artists

10. At no 10 we have our Famous Reggae Artists like Bob Marley & the Wailers have won the hearts of some thousands of music lovers through their notable songs which they have delivered through some years. Visit Dancehall USA for a list of available tracks

09.  At no 9 we have Rebelution The famous Reggae & Rock badn form Santa Barbara CA have released their various albums including count me in ReadMore

08. Various Artists at no 8 includes my different artists as follow:

“Acoustic Africa”

“Red Hot + Rio 2″

“Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection”

“One Love at Studio One, 1964-1966″ / “The Best Of Studio One / Full Up: The Best of Studio One, Volume Two” / “Downbeat The Ruler: Killer Instrumentals From StudioOne”

“Once — Original Motion Picture Soundtrack”  which are a huge hit & listened world wide.

07. At no 7 we have Tribal Seeds with “Representing”  Tribal Seeds is a reggae band based in San Diego, California. Current band members include Steven Rene Jacobo; lead singer, Tony-Ray Jacobo

06. At no 6 we have our famous loved artist Snoop Lion with Reincarnated Snoop Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, announced his embracement of the Rastafarian way of life following a visit to Jamaica in 2012.

 

 05. At no 5 we have Lovd Ones

04. Ziggy Marley

At no 4 we have Ziggy Marley. David Nesta “Ziggy” Marley is a Jamaican musician and leader of the band, Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. He is the oldest son of Rita Marley and reggae legend Bob Marley

03.  At no 3 we have Maxi Priest 

02. At no 2 we have Rebelution

01. Chronixx @ Dancehall USA

At no 1 we have none other than Jamar Rolando McNaughton also popularly known as Chronixx. Is among the emergning artists who has made his impact with his ne album ‘Dred & Terrible’ Which topped the music charts.

If you are a die hare music lover of Reggae Music then Support it buying a gear @ Dancehall USA The deals are  truly unbelievable.  Stay connected for more updates on Reggae Music.

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Chronixx 2014

Chronixx talks state of Reggae with Hot97 Morning Show

Chronixx talks state of Reggae with Hot97 Morning Show

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Reggae Sumfest 2014 Review: Festival shines as quality performances, large crowds are fixtures of this year’s show

There is a reason why Summerfest Promotions calls Reggae Sumfest the ‘Greatest Reggae show on Earth,’ as the show consistently puts on a slew of quality performances and eye-popping moments that get music lovers this year.

Once again, that standard was met as organizers found the right fits for each night of their week-long festival. Many established and emerging names graced the stage, as well as some international acts who won over a new section of fans after gracing the stage at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay.

Each year, this humble writer drops a review analyzing the happenings at Reggae Sumfest. This year, however, the review takes on a slightly different form as highlights and lowlights (though there weren’t many this year) at this year’s show as well as assessing grades overall for the nights in question. Here we go:

 

                                                                                                               Dancehall Night

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Looking like a real general on stage, Aidonia gives one of the better performances on the night at Reggae Sumfest 2014

Perhaps the biggest highlight on this night wasn’t the performances, but the crowd that came to witness them. Over 25,000 patrons filled Catherine Hall last Thursday for Sumfest’s Dancehall Night, one of the biggest crowds in the show’s 22-year history. They set the tone for an energetic and fun-filled night which provided many solid performances from the best in the genre.

Highlights – There were many to choose from on this night, including Spice, who kept up her tradition of out-of-the-ordinary performances by donning her new male alter-ego while performing, Like a Man.

Ninja Man was also a hit, performing many of his classic songs while engaging in a friendly lyrical clash with his Downsound Records label mate, Specialist, which was well-received by the crowd. Gage stood composed, yet brimming with energy as he performed in front of his hometown crowd, who gave him many forwards; Aidonia gave a strong performance clad in an armed forces-like suit, and even peered through security in attempt to gauge more interest from the fans, a tactic that worked well.

Baby Tash called a lucky male fan on stage for a lap dance, Tifa performed a slew of covers to a solid reception and Assassin was fluent in delivering several hit Dancehall and Reggae songs from his lengthy catalogue.

 

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Bounty Killer is in no joking mood as he talks about the state of Dancehall during his set at Reggae Sumfest 2014

However, the heaviest hitters on the night were Mr. Vegas, who, decked out in a suit and retro boots, performed hits such as I Am Blessed and Man a Gallis before bringing on veteran deejay, Wickerman,as well as protégé, Latty J for an entertaining rendition of their new single, Who Rule. Bounty Killer was in typical militant mode during his set, questioning the morality of Dancehall while taking a few shots at his former protégé, Mavado. I-Octane, who closed Dancehall Night for the second straight year, followed suit, cheekily remixing his chart-topper, Gyal a Gimme Bun to call out Mr. Vegas, who he has had issues with since last Sumfest, by implying Vegas performs oral sex on women. Safe to say, the disagreements between these two aren’t likely to go away anytime soon, but it certainly makes for great entertainment as it did on this night.

Lowlights – Much was expected of Dancehall’s rising star, Alkaline, who was performing at Sumfest for the first time as a main event act given the acclaim and hype surrounding him over the last year. However, his performance left a lot to be desired. It wasn’t for a lack of trying, performing hits such as 1-2-3 and On and On. But throughout the set, it seemed like, to use one of his song titles, he would have to ‘Move Mountains’ to get the crowd to react to much of his set, with the reception lukewarm at best. Whether it was the Montego crowd’s way of supporting hometown boys, Tommy Lee and Gage, who Alkaline has had issues with in recent times, or their lack of familiarity with his songs, we don’t know, but his performance just failed to click like a faulty mouse on this occasion.

 

Overall Grade: A-

 

                                                                                                                  International Night 1

Chronixx Reggae Sumfest 2014

Chronixx is feeling the vibe as he gives a stellar performance on Internaitonal Night 1

Arguably the best night of the lot, International Night 1 provided high energy and positive vibes throughout, with Reggae star, Chronixx the star of the show on this night. He performed a plethora of his hits such as Start a Fire, Smile Jamaica, Here Comes Trouble, amongst others. But he also took time to address the contrasts and similarities between Dancehall and Reggae music, suggesting neither are whole without the other.

“You know how dancehall came about? Because radio stations wouldn’t play the foundation artistes songs. So they created their own space to promote and enjoy their music,” he said, educating the audience on how the two genres are forever intertwined. He received some of the loudest ovations on the night – including when he brought out Protoje to perform their joint single, Who Knows – superseding the set he gave at his Sumfest debut last year.

The Montego Bay crowd again showed love to their home acts as former Digicel Rising Stars winner, Shuga, Nature and Jah Cure all received strong praise from the home fans, singing hits such as Soul to Jah, Revolution Sound and Unconditional Love respectively.

International Night 1 highlights

Jason Derulo, Jordin Sparks and Wiz Khalifa lived up to the expectations as international acts while Beenie Man brought a fine close to the show.

The international acts were spot on with their performances as Wiz Khalifa got the crowd moving to hits such as Taylor Gang and Black and Yellow while Jason Derulo had the ladies excited throughout, performing In My Head and Riding Solo, among other songs to screams and cheers from the crowd before bringing on former American Idol winner and significant other, Jordin Sparks to perform Vertigo and her collaborative single with Chris BrownNo Air..

Beenie Man closed the show at sunrise with a trademark performance as he performed several of his classics as well as newer material and used some of his set to pay tribute to incarcerated Reggae superstar, Buju Banton, who celebrated his birthday during Sumfest. Overall, the night went without a hitch and put pressure on the performers on International Night 2 to try and put on a better show.

Lowlights – None

 

Overall Grade: A

 

 

 

                                                                                                       International Night 2

 

Tessanne Chin Reggae Sumfest 2014

Tessanne rocked her suit well, taking fans on memory lane during her set

Highlights – This night belonged to two crossover Jamaican stars who were welcomed home with open arms and reminded the locals of how they managed to attain their success. Tessanne Chin surprised patrons, donning a black tux and bow tie for her set. But like her outfit, the performance was very sharp, delving into songs from her recently-released major label debut album, Count on My Love, including Heaven Knows, Tumbling Down and Everything Reminds Me of You as well as her classic, Hideaway, which garnered very positive reactions from the crowd.

After 10 years away from the Sumfest stage, Sean Paul was glad to be back at a major Jamaican stage show, and his female fans were certainly happy as they scream and shouted to no end. Also donning a suit, he performed classics such as Gimme The Light, Get Busy and Hot Gal Today as he reingratiated himself with his Dancehall fan base.

His performance preceded Reggae legend, Freddie McGregor who closed the show in fine fashion with hits such as Big Ship Sailing, Don’t Wanna Be Lonely and many more, while also being honoured by show organizers for his vast contributions to the Jamaican music industry, over four decades worth to be exact.

Rap star, Future also found favour with the locals, donning a Jamaica t-shirt as he belted out hits such as Get Lucky and had them participating at every turn. Not a bad way to try and win over a typically demanding fan base.

 

Lowlights – For all the thrills delivered on the night, there was one spill that nearly ruined a part of the show as Reggae crooner, Sanchez furiously walked off stage due to ongoing sound issues during his first set at Sumfest in several years.

The sound quality in the opening minutes of his performance was spotty at best and frustrated him to the point he constantly asked soundmen to fix his microphone before temporarily leaving the stage until the problem was fixed. After a few minutes, Sanchez returned and managed to salvage his set somewhat, but you hate when things like this happen at major stage shows, especially to a decorated entertainer who has always been meticulous about his performances. A good effort on his part to deliver for the crowd nonetheless.

 

Overall Grade: B+

 

Sean Paul Reggae Sumfest 2014

Sean Paul’s return to Sumfest was met with much approval as he gave just under an hour or classics and newer material to his local fans.

All in all, Reggae Sumfest 2014 was a great success, considering the crowd, quality of performances and the right blend of overseas flavour added to the show. The show was missing top names like Damian Marley, Lady Saw and Sizzla, but didn’t take away from what should go down as one of the best and smoothsts Sumfests in recent memory.

 

Overall Grade for Reggae Sumfest 2014: A-

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Reggae Dubstep version of “Can’t Hold Us” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

 

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Son of Legend, Garnet Jr to Take Prestigious Sumfest 2014 Stage

Garnet Smith Jr., son and namesake of the legendary reggae artist Garnet Silk will proudly make it’s the debut on the stage of the renowned Reggae Sumfest 2014. The young artist will be performing his several hits such as the remake of his father’s single “Mama”, his hit singles “Promises”, “Condolences”, “Lady Divine” and more.

Garnet Junior slated performance will take place at the Digicel sponsored stage on night 2 of the famed event at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre, which will also feature Wiz Khalifa, Jason Derulo, Chronixx and Beenie Man, amongst others.

Garnet Jr whose latest video “Promises” is enjoying heavy rotation on various worldwide TV programs, will then be hitting the stage in Grenada at the Caricom festival.

Garnet Jr. fatefully entered the rhythmic realm with his first professional recording in a studio at the tender age of 13, after receiving much encouragement from family and friends to sing for years. Family friend and producer Lloyd “Pecus” Anderson recorded his first track, “Jah A Guide.” The song was never officially released as a single but granted Garnet Jr. invaluable recording experience, along with his first taste of lyrical liberation. Realizing that his prized pedigree brings enormous responsibility, Garnet Jr. is proving to be a dynamic and talented entertainer, which only compliments and strengthens his father’s legacy, through the younger Garnet’s relentless work ethic and boundless creativity. Indeed, this heir to the throne is paving his own way and earning his right, with each beat and lyric, to his very own crown.

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Barrington Levy 2014

Video: Barrington Levy Live at Summerjam 2014 – WorldAReggae

Video: Barrington Levy Live at Summerjam 2014 – WorldAReggae

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Interview Maxi Priest – Amsterdam Reggae Village Festival 2014

Interview Maxi Priest – Amsterdam Reggae Village Festival 2014
Danny Pepperseed talks to Maxi Priest about his new Album ‘Easy to Love’ backstage at The Amsterdam Reggae Village Festival 2014. Heineken Music Hall Amsterdam.

Get The Easy to Love album here: http://goo.gl/GkYucQ

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Alongside Mad Cobra, Agent Sasco & More, Don Dem Pays Homage to 90’s Dancehall Era on “Galang Riddim”

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Yet another hit bound single from Don Dem Entertainment camp!!! Still receiving rave reviews for their “Dem Nuh Real” produced by famed Armzhouse Records, Don Dem is being featured on the nostalgic 90’s dancehall era “Galang Riddim” build by D&H and produced by French based Galang Records.

The single features Don Dem members Bob Di Builda and Kirk Diamond. “It was really nice to see our name alongside some of the other artists to which Im a fan of their previous work” states Kirk.

“Galang Riddim” features the iconic Mad Cobra alongside a new generation of established artists such as Agent Sasco a.k.a Assassin, Charly Black, Gappy Ranks and Don Dem, the upcoming superstars!!! “Galang Riddim” will be available on July 3rd, 2014 via www.GalangRecords.com

Don Dem will be performing in Kingston, Jamaica at the July 10th, 4th staging of the M.I.A Awards. Kirk will then prepare to head out to Europe for an eagerly anticipated performance at U.K’s number 1 Reggae Festival “One Love Festival” and media tour.

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Mp3: Maxi Priest – Every Little Thing

Mp3: Maxi Priest – Every Little Thing

iTunes (UK): http://smarturl.it/EasyToLoveUK

iTunes (US): http://smarturl.it/EasyToLoveUS

Amazon UK – http://amzn.to/1miXmBs

Amazon.com – http://amzn.to/1qGWfhQ

UK Release Date: 6/16/2014

US Release Date: 7/1/2014

Easy To Love is a fine representation of lovers’ rock, an effortless blend of reggae, R&B and dancehall with universal appeal. The sophistication he brings to these tracks is the mark of true quality. His delivery and phrasing are impeccable, and his choice of material and collaborators are strategic and brilliant.

The title track was a No. 1 hit on reggae charts last summer, evidence that Maxi Priest has a gift for staying fresh. The song features the legendary Jamaican drum and bass duo Sly & Robbie, who’ve played on some of Maxi’s biggest hits, including “Wild World,” “Some Guys Have All The Luck,” “Close To You,” and “Housecall” (featuring Shabba Ranks) as well as the new album track “Every Little Thing.” WATCH “Easy To Love” video.

Maxi’s been tugging on women’s heartstrings ever since the mid-80′s. New and long-term fans alike will relish hearing irresistible tributes of enduring affection like “Loving You Is Easy,” “Holiday,” “Still In Love,” and “Gravity.” The soulful “Without A Woman” features Jamaican legend Beres Hammond and even echoes the themes and intensity of James Brown’s “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World.”

There are many more highlights on Easy To Love. While “Hearts Across The World” is a song for our times and pleas for people of all races to love one another, other tracks like “Fire In The Skies” simply defy categorization and are living proof of Maxi Priest’s musical versatility. The delicate, aching need of “Angel Wings” also demonstrates just how far reggae has evolved in the new era.

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Stephen Marley Talks New Album, ‘Fruit of Life’, working with The Roots, Wale & other Hip Hop Acts

Peter Bailey continues his critically-acclaimed docu-series by heading to Stephen Marley’s “Lion’s Den” recording studios in South Miami where the reggae superstar discussed his iconic farher’s legacy, his new album ‘Fruit of Life’ & working with rappers to create a more conscious sound

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Mr. Vegas

Video: MR. VEGAS ft. CE’CILE – Pow Pow Pow (By VJ Awax)

On a high from the releases of several hot tracks recently, dancehall star Mr. Vegas has ganged up with dancehall Bad Gyal Ce’Cile to release their new track Pow Pow Pow.

With a video shot on the picturesque Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean, Pow Pow Pow features popular local VJ Awax and transfers the authentic feel of Jamaican Dancehall from the gritty streets of Kingston to the serene landscape of Réunion’s Sainte-Marie Commune.

Mr. Vegas is excited at the success of the song, and video, which has so far surpassed the hundred thousand mark on YouTube and is getting good airplay in that side of the world: “It’s amazing, these people speak French and to think that Ce’Cile and I have a hit in that part of the world is amazing. Our music continues to cross all borders and inspire people bringing a smile to their faces”.

Mr. Vegas is now getting prepared for his appearance on Reggae Sumfest 2014, something he hasn’t done in over a decade and the artiste says he is ready for a memorable performance: “We plan a special set for real music lovers bringing in some old and some new but always quality”.

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Wayne Wonder Tour Dates

WAYNE WONDER KICKS OFF CANADIAN TOUR IN TORONTO

Wayne Wonder Tour DatesInternational Reggae recording artist Wayne Wonder will kick start his first ever tour of Canada this Friday June 20th at the Estate Night Club in Ontario Toronto.

The seven show tour which runs until July 1st will see Wonder performing at a number of Club venues including the Ring Night Club in Brantford on the June 21st, Club XO in Edmonton on the 27th and Karma Club in Winnipeg on the 30th.

Opening for Wonder on this inaugural tour will be Canadian based reggae singer Shalli who is best known for her singles “Show My Love” and “Down in Jamaica”.

In other news Wayne Wonder is set to release a brand new video this time for his single “Many Reasons” which is featured on the Natural Juice Riddim. The video which was directed by Chris “Icey Jace” Campbell was shot in Kingston Jamaica and is the third official video release from Wonder since the start of the year.

Other videos such as “Let Me Love You Tonight” on the Sweet Personality riddim by Nature’s Way Entertainment and “Searching For Love” which features dancehall deejay Iyara for Pay Day Music Group are currently in rotation on television stations worldwide.

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Behind The Scenes: WAYNE WONDER – “MANY REASONS” Video Shoot
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WAYNE WONDER – LET ME LOVE YOU TONIGHT (Official Video)
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WAYNE WONDER FT. IYARA – SEARCHING FOR LOVE (Official Video)
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Dancehall artiste Klaryti is a fresh and positive voice emerging in 21st-century dancehall.

unnamedDubbed ‘The voice of the majority: Klaryti’, he is well known in dancehall music circles as the brilliant drummer, ‘Drum Rat’, in deference to his work for several top-notch dancehall and reggae artistes at live shows and on iconic albums. The name is also a nod to his uncanny resemblance to his brother, dancehall superstar Red Rat.

“People know real talent. They know from the moment I sing or deejay the first line of a song that I am a great artiste-song writer. And that is when my support comes. This is my destiny, and they know it,” he said.

Hailing from the hills and rivers of Ocho Rios, St Ann, Klaryti is on a journey to bring love, peace, unity, and fun back into the world of reggae and dancehall. He uses his original sound, witty, electrifying lyrics, and his wonderful sense of humour to get his message of positive vibrations across.

You can check out his music at http://klarytionline.com /listen/

Twitter: @klaryti
facebook.com/klarytimusic

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Video: Popcaan Interview: “I Respect Pusha T” – Boomshots Tv

Popcaan tells Reshma B about his links with Pusha T and Drizzy Drake. Subscribe to Boomshots TV for more crucial reggae and dancehall videos.

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Rebelution - 2014

REBELUTION ANNOUNCES WEST COAST LEG OF ITS 2014 “COUNT ME IN SUMMER TOUR”

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On the heels of last weeks announcement of its East Coast run, today Rebelution – known for its relentless touring schedule, positive, upbeat music, and sense of community and collaboration – announces the West Coast dates for its “Count Me In Summer Tour,” set to kick off on June 12 in Boston, MA.  The additional 14 west coast dates will take the band from San Diego to the Seattle area to Salt Lake City, and will include headline slots at Denvers Red Rocks Amphitheatre and two nights at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa, CA.  The tour is in support of Rebelution’s upcoming release, Count Me In, due out June 10, 2014 (87 Music/Easy Star Records.)

In addition, the band will be hosting photo and video contests on their social media pages, giving fans the unique opportunity to paint live on stage during Rebelution’s set and participate in a jam session with the entire band backstage before the show.  Details can be found on the bands website – http://www.rebelutionmusic.com

Rebelution will be joined on this tour by support acts Iration, The Green, Stick Figure and DJ Mackle.  Tickets for most of the west coast dates go on sale to the general public Thursday, April 10; log onto http://www.rebelutionmusic.com for complete purchasing information.

“Theres really nothing else wed rather do during the Summer than be on the road, performing live music,” said bassist Marley D Williams.  “Weve got a great show planned and are looking forward to playing some brand new songs as well as the favorites, so we hope everyone will come and celebrate the Summer life with us.”

Count Me In was produced by the SoCal-based Rebelution (Eric Rachmany/vocals, guitar, Rory Carey/keyboards, Marley D. Williams/bass, and Wesley Finley/drums), and recorded in Miami and Burbank, CA between September and December of last year.   The album features special guest appearances by dancehall singer Collie Buddz (on the track “Hate To Be The One”) and legendary roots reggae vocalist Don Carlos (on “Roots Reggae Music”).

While the music and lyrical content varies on Count Me In, the albums 11 tracks provide positive inspiration, encouraging fans to create a pro-active and optimistic impact on society and life.  “A lot of what we hear every day is that money measures success,” said Rachmany.  “This new album is a reminder to spread love and positivity to the people around us – these are the true measures of success.”

With more dates to be announced, the confirmed itinerary for Legs One and Two of Rebelutions “Count Me In Summer Tour” is as follows:

JUNE

12        Boston, MA – House of Blues

13        Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summerstage

14        Philadelphia, PA – Penns Landing

15        Baltimore, MD – Pier Six Concert Pavilion

18        Glen Allen, VA – Innsbrook Pavilion

19        Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues

20        Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore

21        Portsmouth, VA – nTelos Wireless Pavilion

22        Boonville, CA – Sierra Nevada World Music Festival

25        St. Petersburg – Jannus Landing

26        St. Petersburg – Jannus Landing

27        St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre

28        Cocoa, FL – Riverfront Park

29        Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle

AUGUST

 6         Mesa, AZ  – Mesa Amphitheatre

 7         San Diego, CA – Open Air Theatre

 8         San Diego, CA –  Open Air Theatre

 9         Costa Mesa, CA  – Pacific Amphitheatre

10        Costa Mesa, CA  – Pacific Amphitheatre

13        Tahoe Vista, CA  – North Tahoe Regional Park

14        Las Vegas, NV  – Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

15        Santa Barbara, CA  – Santa Barbara Bowl

16        Berkeley, CA  – Greek Theatre

17        Eugene, OR  – Cuthbert Amphitheatre

19        Redmond, WA – Marymoor Amphitheatre

21        Missoula, MT  – Big Sky Brewing Company

22        Salt Lake City, UT  – The Great Saltair

23        Denver, CO  – Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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