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BIG FESTIVAL EVENT: The Alchemystics (2 nights), Fear Nuttin Band, Twiddle, Jeff Bujak, Chachi Carvalho, Viral Sound, Rhythmic Circus, Danny Pease & the Regulators, Problemaddicts, Juicy Grapes, Wolfman Conspiracy, Pulse Prophets, Ready Set Flo, Political Animals, Educated Advocates, Grant Street Orchestra, Pipeline Riot, Satellite Rockers, Orange Television....More TBA!!! www.ziontificproductions.com/music-lineup for bands link, rapids and reggae
2-6PM! PAVILION BEACH BAR PRESENTS REGGAE PON THE BEACH WITH THE SATELLITE ROCKERS. SATELLITE ROCKERS WILL BE PLAYING OUTSIDE WITH SPECIAL GUEST DJS AND VOCALISTS
REGGAE PARTY downtown Newport!
live redder than red!
Bio: always in one way or another enjoying all types of music. Cultural exchange is one of the most important factors to understanding.
Born on March 25th, 1983 in Natick Massachusetts U.S.A.
Brian grew up in a musical family in which almost every member of his family specialized in one particular...See Full Bio
“ "With slower tempos focusing on traditional roots reggae The Satellite Rockers will get you moving naturally, and their powerful lyrics with messages of truth and rights will move you even more!" Beatnik's Bar - Facebook “Face to the sun "The Satellite Rockers have a great feel for reggae, for finding the kernel of energy, even outrage, that lies underneath the music’s “good vibrations.” There’s always a shadow underlying good reggae, an acknowledgment of darkness that makes the music’s seeming sunny disposition necessary. It’s hard to articulate exactly what it is in songs such as “Rock Up the Dance Hall” and “Tenderness” that seems to touch that strand of darkness, but you can hear it when you listen. It’s great stuff, and rises above the many, many reggae pretenders in the area. There’s something about these songs that feels like they’re consciously turning their face to the sun. "” Victor D. Infante - Worcester Telegram and Gazette ”