Live At The Belly Up, 10/21

Date:
Monday, October 21, 2013
Time:
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location:
Belly Up
Belly Up
143 S Cedros Ave
Solana Beach, CA 92075

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LIVE AT THE BELLY UP!


Monday, October 21, 2013

7:00p.m.
 

 

Belly Up has partnered once again with KPBS and San Diego State University School of Theatre, Television, and Film to bring you the TV series - LIVE AT THE BELLY UP! Come be part of the crowd - show us your dance moves and your best TV face! This taping will feature Stranger and Trouble in the Wind!

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Doors open at 6:00p.m. and the show starts at 7:00p.m. This event is 21+ only.

Belly Up is located at 143 S Cedros Avenue, Solana Beach 92075 (map)

 


About Stranger

Based out of the south bay of San Diego, neighboring the highest crossed border in the world, STRANGER is turning heads through multicultural and musical diversity with a soulful blend of reggae roots, rock and jazz combined with conscious lyrics and unparalleled musicianship. The name says it all: STRANGER does not fit into a mold. Even from the inception of the group, its diverse mixture of influences set the band apart from the other acts in the reggae genre and led to the band’s mysterious, yet creatively appropriate name. The band formed at Southwestern Community College in Chula Vista as a nameless four-piece act consisting of guitar, hand drums, vocals and bass. After only a few short months the boys recorded their first demo consisting of 10 original songs which led to the “STRANGER EP” in 2004 including longtime fan favorites “Woodlands”, “Hometown” and “My Life”. Over the next 3 years the band recorded two full-length albums, “Life Lessons” and Shelter from the Storm”, building their San Diego fan base with sold-out shows and an impact on the Hawaiian Islands with radio and fan favorites “Like a Dream” and “Tomorrow Never Comes”.

About Trouble in the Wind

To clasify Trouble in the Wind would be a discredit to their listeners and the artists alike. How does one pidgeon-hole a group who can not only transcend genres in a set of songs but within the songs themselves?

 

 


 

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