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the Dirty Heads When: 8 p.m...Where: MontBleu Theatre Tickets: $39.50 I don't really feel bound to one style or one sound. That's something a lot of artists say, but when it comes from Matisyahu there is undeniable veracity.
J ewish reggae and alternative rock star Matisyahu will perform a stripped down show tonight at the Apple store on Boylston Street, according to the singer's website...The show will begin at 6 p.m., two hours before the singer best known for his Top
Dirty Heads fill Cabin' with sunshine Text size T he sounds of summer don't come easy. Beach Boy Brian Wilson nearly went mad trying to perfect his California surf pop. Jimmy Buffett labored away as a failed folk-country songwriter for half a decade
Southern California's The Dirty Heads expertly fuse reggae, surf rock, and hip-hop on this 16-track disc. Arrival, the first listing, is a gentle acoustic song over the soundscape of a morning at the beach. Breathy male and female vocals carry over
21 pm · In conjunction with the grand opening of a new Wahoo's Fish Taco location in Huntington Beach (located at 7891 Warner Ave.), local reggae-rock act the Dirty Heads celebrated the release of it's latest album, Cabin by the Sea , which dropped
Follow share this story Summer 2012 officially has its soundtrack...The band, who are arguably best known for their #1 track with Rome -- "Lay Me Down," already have a hit off the record in "Spread Too Thin." That song, which "Dirty J" and "Duddy B"
Saturday April 14, 2012 Search About Salem-News.com is the premiere Independent Online Newsgroup in the United States...Daryl Hall has used his critically acclaimed, award-winning Live from Daryl's House webcast and nationally syndicated program as a
This could be gone tomorrow' Watson and his friend Dustin Bushnell formed Dirty Heads in 1996. The two met at a party in high school and began writing songs and playing music together after Watson heard Bushnell's self-written joke raps. I thought it
Categorized Arts Reggae band The Expendables (pictured above) will be returning to SLO Brewing Co...Courtesy Photo After years of playing shows up and down the California coast, reggae-rock band T he Expendables will return to SLO Brewing Co. Friday,
Sublime , with frontman and guitarist, Rome , recently checked in with us from a recent performance in Cleveland, OH. The band will be taking a break from the road to enter the studio next month and begin working on new and eagerly awaited music.