Danny Pease and the Regulators, Dutty Winehouse, Sky Swamp Orange

Danny Pease and the Regulators

Dutty Winehouse

Sky Swamp Orange

Fri, June 23, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$7.00

This event is 21 and over

Danny Pease and the Regulators
Danny Pease and the Regulators
Danny Pease and the Regulators (DPR) has been a strong force in New England for a handful of years. Composed of musicians with ranging backgrounds, their style of "Dirty Punk Reggae" continues to morph and take shape, while always staying true to reggae roots and ska rhythms. With their home base in Western Mass, they have steadily been scouring the Northeast and impressing newcomers with high energy and uplifting shows. Even being described as "A veritable army of energetic rockers... DPR blends ska, reggae, rock and hip-hop into a whirlwind of whoop-ass..." - The Valley Advocate
Dutty Winehouse
Dutty Winehouse
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Dutty Winehouse
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Sky Swamp Orange
Sky Swamp Orange
Created from the ashes of previous projects and the hunger for new beginnings, comes a trio ready to take on the world. Sky Swamp Orange consists of Noel Levvis on vocals and production, Ronnie Champagne on guitar and vocals, and John Read on Bass. In 2007 Ronnie and Noel started jamming everyday after school with long time friend Josh "Wolf" Antoine and after years of on again, off again bands/projects and different albums released, the 3 friends reunited to form the band Shaded Grace. Shaded Grace would go on to involve more members and release a few projects. In 2014 the group disbanded for various reasons and Noel went on to release his first solo project, "Grass Roots". While in the process of working on his next solo album, Noel started bringing in Ronnie to help him work on it. The two eventually starting messing around with different sounds and ideas which started to become it's own monster. The two decided that these songs needed their own home rather than just on one of Noel's albums, and thus Sky Swamp Orange was born. While beginning to work on their debut project entitled, "The Closet Bones" they brought in bass player John Read to lay down some recording and help fill in for live shows. John eventually became so heavily involved in the project that he was asked to become a full-time member of the band. With the line-up set and a monster of a project about to be released via Phidelic Entertainment, the 3 musicians are ready to open the flood gates.