This will be the "After party" for the Annual Boston Tattoo Convention,held at King's Bowling Alley in Boston (directly across the street from the convention center). Usually a very casual, phenomenal event filled with artists from the convention,musicians,friends,tattoo collectors/models alike! Great food and drink to be had,laughs and don't forget soothing sounds of music from some amazing local musicians! Come and don't be disappointed!Save
Sounds Like: The Skatalites - Jamaican Reggae, Pressure Cooker, Sam Cooke, Bad Manners, The (English) Beat
Label: Spitshine Records
Manager: Kathryn Rocksteady, Hostile Rocksteady Productions
Bio: Riki Rocksteady was born In Hartford,CT. in 1980. Like a true New Englander,Riki lived all over the East Coast throughout his youth from Connecticut to Maine & Boston to Miami. He now resides in Boston,MA where he still performs. A hard worker,a dedicated skinhead and an even tougher man with a r...See Full Bio
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“BIM SKALA BIM/ SUPERSKA/ RIKI ROCKSTEADY (with TOMMY LEONARD) Blues & Rock Cruise, Boston MA 8/17/13 During the summer, these cruises are a great way to spend a couple of hours: cruising around Boston Harbor on a beautiful night, passing by the U.S.S Constitution, the end of a Logan Airport runway with planes continuously taking off and landing only a few hundred feet over your head, and motoring past a ton of fishing boats, nautical homes and other, larger ocean touring vessels. Opening up this afternoon’s three hour gig is Riki Rocksteady and Tommy Leonard. Appearing as a duo, without their usual band, their beautiful harmonies are what I first notice. These cats sing like they’re brothers: very instinctually and very enjoyable. I really dig their covers of Bob Marley’s “Put It On Me” and Jackie Wilson’s “Chain Gang.” It’s good stripped-down acoustic guitar ska and reggae with very good harmonies. And the crowd loves them.”