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Midnight Sun Massive / Press

“What an amazing night for Midnight Sun Massive, they had a phenomenal turnout for their CD Release Party at Murphy Irish Pub, which was an all ages event. I arrived around 8:30 pm and could hear Midnight Sun Massive from the streets. As I walked up the sidewalk into the bar/restaurant area, I noticed immediately the place was packed! I was so excited, and I could feel the “love” in the air that night. I looked around and no one was sitting while the band was playing. YES THEY ARE THAT GOOD!!! Actually no one sat down the whole night, Midnight Sun Massive had the crowd on their feet the whole time.”

“Midnight Sun Massive got the crowd warmed up with tracks ranging from roots reggae, dancehall, to all out African sounding dance jams with full on percussion including timbales, congas and even agogo. Sugar Boom was just one of the infectious rhythms that got everyone in the place moving.”

““I’ve been managing Murphy’s Irish Pub for quite a few years now, and have seen my fair share of bands. Midnight Sun Massive stands out for many reasons. Not only do they always bring a crowd(which often times doubles once people hear what Midnight Sun Massive has to offer), and conduct themselves in a very professional manner, but they play to the establishment’s needs. Encouraging dancing and singing when appropriate and playing music that appeals to all ages. I would recommend Midnight Sun Massive to anyone, at any time, for any reason.” ”

"I love the music! Would that be on a cruise ship? It would be, I bet it would be fun!"

Ron Owens & Brad Kava - KGO RADIO 810 - The Best Music You've Never Heard 2009

“The message is one of peace, love, healing and freedom from oppression, all floating on a seductive, pulsating beat; an invitation to join them, to live inside their music... a highly-seasoned pastiche of blues, rock, Caribbean, Soca, reggae and calypso.”

Robert Feuer - Russian River Monthly