3rd Annual One Love Cali Reggae Fest

ONE LOVE REGGAE FEST 2018 Feb 10 & 11 Queen Mary

ONE LOVE REGGAE FEST 2018 Feb 10 & 11 Queen Mary

The 2018 One Love Cali Reggae Fest at the Queen Mary in Long Beach Feb. 10 and 11, will be featuring some of the biggest reggae acts in the world, including Grammy-nominated artist Matisyahu, Grammy-nominated artist Common Kings, Landon Mcnamara, Long Beach Dub All-Stars, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, and more!

COMMON KINGS
– (Sunday 4:30pm)

Isle Empire/Mensch House Records is thrilled to announce that Common Kings has been nominated for their acclaimed debut album Lost In Paradise in the “Best Reggae Album” category at the 60th GRAMMYS®. The band continues to receive press accolades and win over fans nationwide with the San Antonio Current hailing “I can say confidently that Common Kings might be in my top five performances.”

LANDON MCNAMARA
– (Sunday 5:15pm)

Born and raised on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. Landon’s cutting out his own path outside of surfing and cultivating his love of music: singing, songwriting and playing guitar. Landon’s music is inspired by reggae, alternative and acoustic music. In 2016, Landon teamed up with Sea Major Seven Studio & Producer Noah Cronin (Sammy J, The Late Ones and Hirie) on a debut album titled A Dollar Short & A Minute Late which reached #1 on the iTunes and Billboard Reggae Album charts. Landon is one that will always be making waves – in and out of the water.

MATISYAHU – (Saturday 2:30pm and Sunday 12:50pm)

MATISYAHU

MATISYAHU; photo Reuben Martinez

The GRAMMY-nominated, King without a Crown Matisyahu has announced his 2018 Forest of Faith Tour. Matisyahu has created his own space in reggae music, developing a loyal following that has driven singles such as “One Day” and “King Without a Crown” to international recognition. His newest album, Undercurrent, embodies a collaborative and freeform spirit as Matisyahu and his band seamlessly merge instrumental improvisation sessions with lyrics and vocals.

LONG BEACH DUB ALL-STARS
– (Sunday 8:00pm)

Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh met in childhood (in 1979) and later started their first garage punk band, consisting of drums, bass and vocals. They later formed Sublime with Bradley Nowell. The Long Beach Dub Allstars (LBDAS for short) were founded after Nowell died in 1996 of a heroin overdose (frequent contributors to Sublime including Michael “Miguel” Happoldt, Todd Forman, and “Field” Marshall Goodman are also members of the band).

Eric Wilson says, “We will never replace the greatness that Sublime did or what Bradley has done.” The band was originally a 10-piece and they recorded their debut recording called Right Back, which shortly after completion in 1999 saw the departure of three members. Their second album, Wonders of the World was recorded and released in 2001. It featured “Sunny Hours” featuring will.i.am from The Black Eyed Peas. “Sunny Hours” was also used as the theme song for the Friends spin-off Joey.

TOMORROW’S BAD SEEDS
– (Saturday 4:30pm)

Tomorrows Bad Seeds, “leaders of the new school” is a five piece American band from The South Bay of Los Angeles California, formed in 2004. Their Southern California influences helped yield their unparalleled sound; A perfect mix of reggae, rock & pop. From Hood B-Boy Street to Surf/Skate Beach Culture these boys emerged into a multi-cultural musical phenomenon with a cause. Meet The Seeds: Moises Juarez (lead-vocals), Sean Chapman(vocals/guitar), Matthew McEwan (vocals/guitar), Patrick Salmon (drums), and Andre Davis (bass).

Fu Manchu Kickoff World Tour

FU MANCHU

FU MANCHU play Troubadour Feb. 9 and The Casbah Feb. 10; photo James Christopher

Clone Of The Universe marks a new chapter for the “fuzz rock” pioneers as they mix the straight ahead blistering rock with unexpected time shifts, featuring tracks like the roaring cuts “Don’t Panic” and “(I’ve Been) Hexed” and the dynamically complex “Clone of the Universe” and “Slower Than Light.” The centerpiece of the album is “IL Mostro Atomico,” an 18 minute 8 second, side long epic featuring a special guest performance by Alex Lifeson, guitarist and songwriter of the legendary band RUSH. Heavier than anything they’ve ever done and broken into 4 distinct sections, it’s new ground for a band that’s been pushing the boundaries of “fuzz and wah” since its formation in 1990.

FU MANCHU; photo James Christopher

FU MANCHU; photo James Christopher

The album was recorded and produced by FU MANCHU and Jim Monroe at The Racket Room in Santa Ana, CA, as well as additional recording with Andrew Giacumakis at SUSSTUDIO in Simi Valley, CA, and will be released worldwide for streaming and on vinyl and CD on the band’s own AT THE DOJO label via Cargo Distribution. FU MANCHU is Scott Hill (vocals, guitar), Bob Balch (Guitars), Brad Davis (Bass) and Scott Reeder (Drums and Percussion).

FU MANCHU; photo James Christopher

FU MANCHU; photo James Christopher

Speaking with Billboard.com, founding guitarist Scott Hill says, “Our song ‘Clone Of The Universe’ was the last song written for the new record. We had about 13 songs ready to choose from, and about 3 weeks before we were to go into the studio we wrote that song.

“We record all of our songs on cassette 4-track and we had the first part of the song arranged/recorded but we still needed an ending to the song. On one of the final days of practice before going into the studio at the end of practice as we were packing up our gear, our drummer, Scott Reeder, was doing these fast drum beats/rolls and I thought it sounded great and as soon as I got home I still had his drumming in my head and I wrote the ending riffs to his drum beat.”

FU MANCHU will kick off their world tour in support of Clone of the Universe with two album release shows next month at Troubadour in Los Angeles Feb 9 and at The Casbah in San Diego Feb 10, which will be followed by a European and U.S. headline tour.

A Lot Can Happen In Twenty Years, Especially When It Comes To Music

THE CRYSTAL METHOD

THE CRYSTAL METHOD play The Glass House Feb. 2; photo James Christopher

Throughout the past two decades, the musical landscape has continually merged, morphed, and matrixed, fractured in countless directions while intersecting at the most unexpected points. Electronic music underwent a renaissance in the aughts, rising out of the warehouses and blank spaces and overtaking the biggest festival fields in the world. The Crystal Method followed a similar trajectory since their formation in 1993. The Grammy Award®-nominated, platinum-certified trailblazing duo—Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland—set the stage for the genre-mashing electronic sounds that fuel the current zeitgeist.

Now, their exclusive, limited edition 20th Anniversary Signature Box Set houses this sonic story. Including vinyl of their five full-length studio albums—Vegas [1997], Tweekend [2001], Legion of Boom [2004], Divided By Night [2009], and The Crystal Method [2014]—and an unreleased Rarities collection, it provides a comprehensive glance at their legacy thus far. Most importantly, the process nodded to the group’s diehard audience from the beginning.

“Our fans couldn’t get a lot of our old vinyl,” Jordan explains. “We would see copies of Vegas going for hundreds of dollars because they were out-of-print. In the last year, we thought, ‘Why don’t we do a complete box set of all our studio albums?’ Up until Tweekend, we did all of our mixes on digital audio tapes or DATs. We have a big collection of these that are numbered chronologically. While searching for the final “Rarities,” we combed through all of our old DATs. We had forgotten about so many cool tracks and alternate mixes, it was really cool to go back in time.”

“People kept asking us for that early vinyl,” adds Kirkland. “There’s something romantic about taking a record out of a sleeve, putting the needle down, walking away, and listening to an album. We love the process of writing an entire album. That’s something we want to preserve.”

The Crystal Method limited the box set to just 1,000 copies in order to provide an unrivaled experience for listeners. They remastered each album and printed on high quality vinyl. Vegas and Tweekend boast their iconic and original out-of-production cover design while the album art for Legion of Boom, Divided By Night, and The Crystal Method are limited editions exclusive to this box set. Each box is numbered and autographed and includes original tour stickers and laminated, autographed All Access passes from the Vegas tour.

“Anytime we did a new record, we didn’t want to repeat ourselves,” says Kirkland. “We wanted to shift things up a little bit. The goal was to sound like us but try different things. We weren’t afraid of working with people who were out of our comfort zone and in other genres. We loved the idea of evolving.”

That shared vision of evolution hatched in the most unlikely of places. Kirkland and Jordan had independently started making music on their own during the early nineties. However, a chance encounter in the break room of a supermarket where they both worked would set them on this course.

“I have no idea why, but Scott brought his drum machine to work,” laughs Jordan. “Who does that?”

“There was nothing else to do,” answers Kirkland. “Ken happened to walk into the room that day, and it was the strangest thing. Neither of us knew we were working on music. By chance, this fortuitous occasion changed everything.”

Ultimately, The Crystal Method stand as strong as ever after 20 years.

“Well, we like it when people get goosebumps listening to our records,” Jordan leaves off. “We try to make music that invokes not just feelings, but gives you a physical reaction. It’s like a good workout. It can be serious, and it can be uplifting. It’s the whole spectrum.”

“If our music helps listeners get through something, that’s the best thing,” concludes Kirkland. “Hopefully, this vinyl collection will bring some smiles, memories, and good times back to those who have found something in our music over the years.”

Catch The Crystal Method at The Glass House Feb. 2.

LODGE ROOM OPENING IN HIGHLAND PARK

LODGE ROOM

LODGE ROOM opening in Highland Park

Los Angeles’ Highland Park neighborhood will welcome its newest live music venue Lodge Room in November of this year. Located along the historic Figueroa Street corridor in the former Highland Park Masonic Temple, Lodge Room has been tastefully preserved and polished to host nearly 500 guests. Included in the opening is Lodge Room’s sister concept Checker Hall, a New American restaurant overlooking Figueroa Street from its balcony.

Lodge Room is pleased to announce a handful of bookings with rising LA folk artist Bedouine Dec. 9, San Diego post-rock outfit The Album Leaf Dec. 15, and post-punk artist Black Marble Jan. 12. More shows will be announced soon.

The Lodge Room is owned by a local independent hospitality group, and booking and marketing will be handled by Brandon Gonzalez and Kyle Wilkerson of the local concert presenters Sid The Cat. Sid The Cat has made a name for itself presenting sold-out shows at venues throughout LA with Ty Segall, Cate Le Bon, Big Thief, Mild High Club, and many more. Wilkerson is also the talent buyer at Silverlake’s Bootleg Theater and has spent the last two years revitalizing that club, booking big names like Jackson Browne, Conor Oberst, Gillian Welch, Jim James, Jenny Lewis, and John Carpenter, as well as bringing up-and-comers like Car Seat Headrest and Margaret Glaspy for their first ever LA shows and hosting names like Kevin Morby, Beach Slang, Sinkane, Reggie Watts, Alice Cooper & Shep Gordon, Hannibal Buress and many more. Wilkerson is also the co-producer of LA’s Girlschool Festival, which spotlights female performers and in past years has featured appearances from Shirley Manson of Garbage, Chelsea Wolfe, and Phoebe Bridgers.

Monogem Explodes For Two In SoCal

MONOGEM

MONOGEM play the Wayfarer Sep. 28 and Soda Bar Sep. 29; photo Jenna Johns

MONOGEM is the moniker under which singer and songwriter Jen Hirsh creates sleek, glittering melodies, suffused with the sweet aftertaste of soul and a slow-mo sex appeal. She will be performing at The Wayfarer Sep. 28 and Soda Bar Sep. 29.

MONOGEM’s highly anticipated sophomore EP 100% blends her own new wave of sultry with ethereal alt-pop. Heightened vocal effects and a whirlwind of modular and analog synths contributed by producer and sound designer Peter Dyer amplify MONOGEM’s astral sound in this new EP.

Her newest music video for “Wild” starring Coco Arquette (daughter of Courteney Cox & David Arquette) has been featured internationally by Good Morning America, E!, Daily Mail UK, Alternative Press, NYLON, Perez Hilton and more.

The narrative unfolds as two young best friends enjoy a night at home—but, with raging popcorn fights, fierce cross-dressing, night swimming, and a climactic surprise ending, this isn’t your run of the mill Netflix and Chill. MONOGEM, who makes a cameo delivering pizza to the teens, explains: “Life’s too short to not live wild.”

MONOGEM has been playing Los Angeles at Soho House Hollywood & Malibu, as well as a sold-out EP release show at the Bootleg Theater and a genre-bending event with Red Bull Sound Select at The Echo with LPX. She recently DJ’d the 2017 Billboard Music Awards & Elle Present Women in Music at YouTube Space LA, It’s A School Night Los Angeles curated by Chris Douridas of KCRW, and more. Refinery 29 has called MONOGEM “a trailblazer of gender fluidity in the entertainment industry.”

MONOGEM’s self-titled 2015 debut EP was exclusively premiered by Interview Magazine with insightful commentary: “The California native’s sound is heavy in electro-pop, yet her voice resonates with the richness of classic soul and jazz.”

In the cosmos, a Monogem Ring is a supernova remnant, the leftover glow from an exploded star. One of the largest monogem rings in the universe is located near the Gemini and Cancer constellations. Born in late June, Jen is on the cusp of Gemini-Cancer, and thus, Monogem rang true and stuck.

Don’t miss a chance at catching this ascending star!

Moroccan Lounge New L.A. Venue

moroccan loungeThe principal owners of Downtown-LA’s acclaimed music venue, the Teragram Ballroom, announce their latest addition to the LA live-music scene, The Moroccan Lounge. The new venue will open its doors in the LA Downtown Arts District in the fall of 2017.

The Moroccan Lounge is located at one of the oldest liquor-licensed sites in LA, which has housed many businesses over the years-including a well-known diner, Little Pedro’s, and according to popular rumor, a brothel. Now the storied location has been transformed into The Moroccan Lounge, an intimate live-music venue with unimpeded sight lines, exceptional acoustics and an environment that caters to both artists and audiences.

“It was important for me to open a little brother to the Teragram Ballroom – a fresh, sound-strong venue that supports bands, giving them that first step up to performing in a first rate, state-of-the-art venue,” says co-founder Michael Swier, likening this venue’s raison d’etre to that of his revered New York venue, the Mercury Lounge. “A venue the size and quality of The Moroccan Lounge develops bands with the kind of professional attention and treatment they will come to expect as their careers gain speed and they play the larger, more venerable venues.”

The Moroccan Lounge accommodates approximately 275 people, and offers a large, static stage in an acoustically conditioned music room with adjacent green room, a comfortable lounge with a large bar and a restaurant.

“I feel very fortunate to have found this gem, with its perfect bones for music, in the Arts District,” says Swier. “It’s a vibrant neighborhood, new and familiar at the same time, acreative sense of place.”

Co-founder Joe Baxley, who scouted the location, agrees. “The Downtown Arts District has become a real center of culture and entertainment, a place with a lot of activity. I can’t think of a better location for The Moroccan Lounge,” he says.
Located at 901 East 1th Street, The Moroccan Lounge is just off the 101. It is on the gold line near the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station.

“We were inspired by the building’s existing Moorish style, which kindled memories of Tangier, and the iconic Café Baba, notorious haunt of rock legends,” says project architect and co-founder, Brian Swier, who also designed the Teragram Ballroom, the Bowery Ballroom, the Mercury Lounge, among others. “While rock n’ roll was my primary design mode, visitors can expect unusual details here — some new, some vintage — like unique wall coverings, exposed masonry, and salvaged ephemera.”

Industry-veteran and LA resident, Duncan Smith, is The Moroccan Lounge’s talent buyer. Smith was most recently a talent buyer at LA’s The Resident and prior to that he worked at LA’s Spaceland Presents. Both Scott Simoneaux, talent buyer for the Teragram Ballroom, and Johnny Beach, long time talent buyer for the Bowery Ballroom and partner in the Teragram Ballroom, will assist in the launch and oversight of The Moroccan Lounge’s talent-buying department.

Acoustical Consultant: Jim Falconer
Sound System Designer: Jeff DelBello of db Sound Design
Lighting System Designer: Luciano Savedra

Royal Blood Kick Off U.S. Headlining Tour

ROYAL BLOOD

ROYAL BLOOD; press photo

British rock band Royal Blood will be touring throughout the summer in support of their recently announced and highly anticipated new album How Did We Get So Dark?, due out on June 16th on Warner Bros. Records.

After becoming the biggest breaking British rock band with their self-titled 2014 debut album, Royal Blood’s second album How Did We Get So Dark? is one of the most anticipated releases of the summer.

Royal Blood’s breakthrough was huge. Their debut album was the fastest-selling British rock debut in three years, hitting #1 in the UK, debuting in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 Chart in the U.S. and going Top 20 in 12 countries. Before they knew it, they were performing for Howard Stern, touring with Foo Fighters, holding dressing room audiences with Jimmy Page in New York, and being presented with a BRIT for Best British Band in 2015 by the very same guitar god.

Royal Blood will also appear at festivals this summer including The Governors Ball in New York City, Glastonbury, Eden Sessions, and Japan’s Summer Sonic Festival.

Royal Blood U.S. Live Dates
2nd June – Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA – SOLD OUT
3rd June – Warsaw, New York, NY – SOLD OUT
2nd June – 4th June – Governor’s Ball, New York, NY
6th June – 9:30 Club, Washington, DC – SOLD OUT
7th June – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA – SOLD OUT
9th June – St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI – SOLD OUT
10th June – Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH
11th June – Bonnaroo Music Festival, Manchester, TN
29th July – Way Home Music & Arts Festival – Oro-Medonte, ON
31st July – Upstate Concert Hall, Clifton Park, NY
1st Aug – Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY
3rd Aug – Bogart’s, Cincinnati, OH
5th Aug – Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL
8th Aug – Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC – SOLD OUT
9th Aug – Showbox, Seattle, WA
10th Aug – Roseland Theater, Portland, OR
12th Aug – Outside Lands, San Francisco, CA
13th Aug – The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
15th Aug – The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA
16th Aug – The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA

ROYAL BLOOD

Pete Tong Brings Ibiza Classics to Hollywood Bowl

PETE TONG

PETE TONG plays Hollywood Bowl Nov 9

Pete Tong Brings Ibiza Classics to Hollywood Bowl, November 9.

Tong + The Heritage Orchestra with Jules Buckley take UK #1 Album and Live Performance Stateside

Pete Tong turned heads last year with his Ibiza Classics live shows, performed with the Heritage Orchestra and conducted by Jules Buckley. The union of orchestral music and iconic dance tracks was another bold, brilliant move from one of the most influential figures in dance music, and it paid dividends for Tong and the dance community – the BBC Proms performance and subsequent sold out arena shows across England, all lead to an official album release that garnered the #1 spot on the UK’s globally recognized album chart.

Now, Tong is bringing the wildly popular live show to the states, where he will command the iconic Hollywood Bowl for an evening of beloved interpolations of classic dance tracks, performed alongside the Heritage Orchestra and Jules Buckley, as well as surprise special guest performances.

Bringing the spectacle to Los Angeles was an easy decision for Tong, as the city is widely regarded as one of the worldwide capitals of contemporary dance music. Last year, for the first time ever, Pete also brought his legendary Essential Mix show to the city as well, featuring a live recording of an Essential Mix from Richie Hawtin. Considering this, LA and the Bowl became a natural home for this forward-thinking project.

Pete Tong Ibiza Classics began a couple of years ago at the triumphant BBC late night Ibiza Prom, where Tong worked with Buckley and the innovative Heritage Orchestra and its artistic director Chris Wheeler to pioneer a show that melded the world of dance music with an orchestra. “It resonated with people in a magical way,” says Tong.

The Proms had approached Radio 1 a few times about doing something at the event, but when they asked in early 2015 just as the station was pondering how best to celebrate 20 years of Radio 1 being embedded in Ibiza’s dance culture, everything clicked into gear. The idea was simple: classic Ibiza dance tunes but performed by an orchestra. It made sense that the station’s dance music trailblazer Tong would team up with the most exciting talents in orchestral music Jules Buckley and The Heritage Orchestra to curate and present the Ibiza Prom.

Drum Legend Corky Laing Moves Mountain!

CORKY LAING

CORKY LAING; photo Joachim Juttner

Spring & Summer 2017 World Tour!

Corky Laing, the powerhouse drummer of the legendary bands Mountain and West, Bruce & Laing is taking Mountain’s music back on the road. Since 2015 Corky has infrequently played in Europe and the US as Corky Laing plays Mountain. The audiences’ response to Corky’s passion, energy and respect for the music has been enthusiastic and a momentum has been building. Spring and summer of 2017 see Corky embark on a World tour.

Corky Laing Plays Mountain World Tour 2017
06/02 – Beverly (N. Boston), MA – 9 Wallis
06/03 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie
06/05 – Raleigh, NC – Kings
06/06 – Wilmington, NC – Reggies
06/08 – Atlanta, GA – Southern Comfort
06/09 – Hattiesburgh, MS – Thirsty Hippo
06/10 – New Orleans, LA – Siberia
06/11 – Houston, TX – White Oak
06/13 – San Antonio, TX – Sam’s Burger Joint
06/14 – Austin, TX – Barracuda
06/16 – Denver, CO – Electric Funeral Fest
06/17 – Santa Fe, NM – Boxcar
06/18 – Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
06/20 – San Diego, CA – Brick By Brick
06/21 – Los Angeles, CA – Regent

06/23 – San Francisco, CA – Thee Parkside
06/24 – Sacramento, CA – Starlite
06/26 – Portland, OR – Dante’s
06/27 – Seattle, WA – El Corazon
07/01 – Calgary, AB – Palomino
07/04 – Madison, WI – High Noon
07/05 – Chicago, IL – Reggies
07/06 – Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop
07/07 – Detroit, MI – Token Lounge
07/08 – Toronto, ON – Garrison
07/09 – Pittsburgh, PA – Cattivo
(More dates to be announced.)

Soul Great Charles Bradley Returns to the Road

Thanks Fans for Support During Cancer Treatment & Recovery

CHARLES BRADLEY

CHARLES BRADLEY; press photo

Charles Bradley will return to the road with His Extraordinaires for festival appearances this summer and fall. The soul great is set for NYC-area performances, the inaugural Arroyo Seco Festival in Southern California, and more. See full tour routing below.

The dynamic live performer has successfully completed treatment and has been given the go-ahead by his doctors to return to the stage following a stomach cancer diagnosis last fall. The 68-year old singer made his first live appearance post-treatment last month at the High Water Festival in Charleston, SC and is excited to be back. He is grateful to his doctors for the excellent care he received and to his family, friends and fans for rallying around him. Bradley notes:

“I am so grateful to my beautiful fans and touched by all the love and support they showed me through my crisis and time of sickness. They truly lifted me up and kept me going. I am honored and glad to be back and am going to give you all of my love.”

Charles Bradley released his critically lauded third album Changes on Daptone Records in April 2016. He performed shows across the globe and made a number of national television appearances including Conan and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He also returned to Austin, TX for SXSW where he delivered a show stopping set, among many other things.

CHARLES BRADLEY & HIS EXTRAORDINAIRES TOUR DATES

May 26 George, WA – Sasquatch Festival
May 28 Sonoma, CA – Bottle Rock Festival
Jun 01 Brooklyn, NY – Governors Ball Pre-Party @ Brooklyn Bowl
Jun 02 New York, NY – Governors Ball
Jun 03 State College, PA – Happy Valley Music Festival
Jun 10 Asbury Park, NJ – Punk Rock Bowling @ Stone Pony
Jun 16 Monterey, CA – Monterey Pop 50th Anniversary
Jun 22 Detroit, MI – Chene Park Amphitheater (with Joss Stone)
Jun 24 Pasadena, CA – Arroyo Seco Music Festival
Jun 30 Ottawa, ON – Ottawa Jazz Festival
Jul 01 Waitsfield, VT – Friendly Gathering Festival
Jul 04 Montreal, QC – Montreal Jazz Festival @ The Metropolis
Jul 07 Des Moines, IA – 80/35 Music Festival
Jul 13 Chicago, IL – House Of Vans
Jul 15 Birmingham, AL – Sloss Music & Arts Festival
Jul 16 Louisville, KY – Forecastle Festival
Jul 29 Philadelphia, PA – Xponential Festival
Jul 30 Oro-Medonte, ON – WayHome Music & Arts Festival
Aug 03 – 04 Portland, OR – Pickathon Festival
Aug 05 Whister, BC – Wanderlust Festival
Aug 06 Kaslo, BC – Kaslo Jazz Festival
Aug 12 Missoula, MT – Travelers’ Rest Festival @ Big Sky Brewing Co
Aug 19 Wellston, MI – Hoxeyville Music Festival
Aug 26 Pine Plains, NY – Huichica East Festival
Aug 31 Salt Lake City, UT – Twilight Concert Series (with The Roots)
Sep 04 Montauk, LI, NY – The Surf Lodge
Sep 16 Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Rock In Rio 2017
Sep 29 Lincoln, NE – Lincoln Calling
Oct 01 Long Beach, CA – Music Tastes Good Festival
Oct 07 Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Polo & Wine Festival