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This is a community show. Bring your lawn chairs. 11am-7pm I perform at 3:30pm.
COME ROCK OUT WITH THE OUT OF WATER EXPERIENCE- LEAD BY THE DRI FISH HIMSELF AUG. 22 IN THE BALTIMORE INNER HARBOR. FREE OUTDOOR SHOW HOSTED BY 98 ROCK AND HARD ROCK CAFE!
Come rock out with some of the area's livest bands- including MZERY LOVES COMPANY, FREE LUNCH TICKET, and others. See ya'll July 6 at 8pm!
AT BusBoys & Poets on 14th & V, Monday, February 25th 2013 from 9pm to 11pm. This is a FREE show Femi the Drifish is British born Nigerian Baltimore City Resident lyricist, song writer, spoken word poetry's answer to Fela Kuti, Old Dirty Bastard & Freddie Mercury. The Drifish is passionate, animated & ferocious on the microphone in front of audiences along with The Out of Water eXperience band that goes beyond rocking stages, more like avalanche places with their musical performing talents. Pulling from various genres for the most energetic meaningful display of showmanship they dub themselves, Soul-Lyrical-HipHop-Funk-Rock instead of picking just one genre. The DriFish has performed on BET's Lyric Cafe' and shared stages with artists such as; Musiq Soulchild, Saul Williams, Fertile Ground, Ursula Rucker, Raheem DeVaughn, Bill Cosby, and KRS One. Femi The DriFish & The Out of Water eXperience was also 98 Rocks (97.9fm Baltimore) band of the month for the month of July 2012 and currently touring with two album; The Clown With No Circus & Mad As A Hatter. All information on the band and the lyricist can be found at, https://www.ANARTKEYMUSIC.com/
Bio: There is a relief that comes from hearing a naturally talented vocalist such as Alexis Joyce.
At age six, she took to the stage for her first musical, Gypsy. By age eight she had been recruited as an alto for her local adult choir in a Texas Church of God in Christ church.
She recorded her fir...See Full Bio
"The sound is comparable to artists like Res or Santigold. But Alexis Joyce has a soulful tone to her voice and a way of extending notes that falls somewhere between Bjork and Jill Scott — in a good way....‘Chain Reaction’ is good, and it makes you curious about what else Alexis Joyce can do."