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Sloppy Dollars, MadFro, Precise, Joint Custody and MadLovE performing live at Castaways in Pensacola Beach, Florida! This is MadLovE's album release party so don't miss out!!
Juvenile Mad Love AJ the Musician 8-12 $20
Mad Love 99000 AD GOOD MUSIC FREE ADMISSION ON THE BEACH
Sloppy Dollars, Tribe Zion, and MadLovE performing live at Third Base Sports Pub in Gulf Breeze, Florida!! Vibe with some local jams!
Vinyl Music Hall Presents The Mad Violinist and The Symphony Crack Orchestra Mad Love Tuesday Aug 18, 2015 7:00 PM All Ages $10 Vinyl Music Hall 2 S. Palafox St. Pensacola, FL General Admission * Standing Room Only * All Ages * Additional $5 Cash Surcharge At The Door For Under 21 * Attendees Under 16 Must Be Accompanied By A Ticketed, Adult Guardian
Sounds Like: Jay-Z, The Roots, Sublime
Label: MadLovE Productions INC.
Manager: Tee Williams
Bio: Mad Love hands down is the rawest band creating music. Live shows are unforgettable, original recordings are classics, and when they remix your favorite artist its mind blowing. Mad Love appeals to any crowd for any occasion. Whether it's a 45/60-minute set or 4-hour show, Mad Love gives it all w...See Full Bio
“MadLovE front man and Pensacola native Terrence “Tee” Williams, aka Precise, likes to say he plays the esophagus. The band’s vocalist first took the stage at 10 with his brothers, then moved on to writing and performing on his own. “I started writing when I was 18,” Williams recounts. “I just wrote poetry, what I was feeling on a daily basis. Life around me.” Offstage, Williams, who lives in Midway, is the General Manager at Third Base Pub in Gulf Breeze. The band came together five years ago. Its current lineup includes Williams, Paul Pugh on drums, Joshua Hawkey on guitar, Nikolai Savino on keyboard/vocals and Brian Vogel on horns. The band MadLovE’s first collection of original music comes out at the end of the month. They’ve opened for Big Daddy Kane, Coolio, Arrested Development, Fish Bone and Slum Village; and just a couple of weeks ago, Juvenile. The band’s sound is eclectic. “Ours is really hip hop, with a splash of reggae, rock and funk,” Williams n”