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22nd Annual Extravaganja. Celebrating Cannabis culture and how far we've come. Music all day. Bring a blanket and hang out on the lawn. Hosted by the UMASS Amherst Cannabis Reform Coalition.
Sounds Like: Tomorrows Bad Seeds, PASSAFIRE, Through The Roots, Tribal Seeds, Iration
Manager: Deadfish Entertainment
Bio: Deadfish is a melodic and upbeat band with reggae, rock, and hip-hop influences. This shining young group fuses long-beach Sublime style music with an east-coast attitude and Massachusetts local flavors.
After many countless jam sessions together and playing small shows around town. They offici...See Full Bio
: vote for us for the College Battle of The Bands. http://t.co/vGutNvu6 Play the song as well as rate the track in order to cast your vote.
“Although the Littleton-based band has been an organized group for only about a year, Deadfish is building a name for itself.It grew from musically inspired middle-school friendships and high-school jam sessions into a reggae/rock group. Now, Deadfish has an eclectic repertoire that includes hip-hop.Jim Sawyer, a Davis family friend, has made a hobby of promoting the band. He said that with the addition of a new member, Trevor "T-Buck" Buckingham, Deadfish has extended its reach to hip-hop. Audiences have been receptive."They've been getting really great feedback," he said.Listing the band's accomplishments, Sawyer said "realizing their talent" was number one. "Now they know they can do it," he said.The band's recent resume includes taking second place in a regional battle of the bands, opening for the well-known group Marcy Playground at the Regent Theater in Arlington last year and several other gigs from Westford to Cambridge.”