Hirie

Vinyl Music Hall Presents

Hirie

Resinated, Tribe Zion

Tue, July 18, 2017

7:00 pm

Vinyl Music Hall

Pensacola, FL

$10.00 - $13.00

This event is all ages

General Admission * Standing Room Only- If Any Seating Is Available, It Will Be On A Strictly First Come-First Serve Basis * All Ages * Additional $5 Cash Surcharge At The Door For Under 21 * Attendees Under 16 Must Be Accompanied By A Ticketed, Adult Guardian * Posted Times Are Door Times- Events Generally Begin 30-60 Minutes After Doors Open

Hirie
Hirie
Imagine a roots-reggae sound accompanied by a soulful, yet pop-like voice with the ability to match an acoustic setting while also being capable of freestyling to a skanking rhythm and you are left with... HIRIE. Led by HIRIE on vocals, the female-fronted band stormed onto the reggae music scene in 2013 with the release of their first single, "Sensi Boy." HIRIE's debut self-titled album was released on September 3rd iTunes Reggae Chart in its first day. Nominated for San Diego's best World Music Award, the band has enjoyed further success as the music video for the popular, "Sensi Boy," has reached over 300,000+ views on YouTube. That same single, along with a few other tracks, have received constant airplay on all major Hawaiian Islands, as well as local and college stations around the United States, Guam, New Zealand, Tahiti and more.

The immediate success of the band's first full-length album created a label for HIRIE as reggae's newest female sensation on the rise. As a result, the 7-piece band received an invitation to join two of California's hottest reggae acts on the road for the "Tribal Youth Fall Tour 2013." Upon completion of their first nationwide tour, demands for a strong and dedicated female-fronted band continued as HIRIE was sought out to provide entertainment at some of the most popular venues and festivals around the United States. Most recently, the band took stage in front of an estimated 2,500 fans to kick off day three of the 5th and Arts festival.

HIRIE's live set provides those in attendance with a performance that guarantees to please and leaves the fans wanting more. With the exception of an acoustic song or two, HIRIE can be seen on stage feeding off the energy of the band and the crowd, as she spends a majority of her time dancing across any platform while she sings. From a core rhythm section with drums, keys and bass, to a highly energetic horn section, HIRIE has quickly mastered a formula to gain new fans with each opportunity they are given on stage, regardless of the crowd's musical preference. The band's appreciation for her tone and body language, carries over beautifully as their synchronized dancing and contagious melodic lines provide the perfect platform for HIRIE's voice to shine.

Following their tour with Tribal Seeds, HIRIE has secured a strong fan base along the west coast while sharing the stage with headlining acts such as Fortunate Youth, Matisyahu, The Dirty Heads, J Boog, Stick Figure, and more recently, The Green. The band has also been blessed with the opportunities to provide direct support for reggae legends such as Steel Pulse, Sly & Robbie, The Wailing Souls and Pato Banton. Additionally, HIRIE has ventured out of the reggae genre to do shows with mainstream artists like Shwayze and Cisco Adler.

With another nationwide tour confirmed for Fall of 2014, HIRIE will once again take their rising talent across the U.S. for 34 shows in hopes of exposing their one-of-a-kind sound to thousands of potentially new fans. While currently writing their second album, HIRIE has managed to grab the attention of producers in both reggae and mainstream music alike. During the month of June, the band plans to record a demo CD of their most successful singles to date and pitch the compilation to indie and other major labels for a chance to help fund another sensational album that will surely take its carriers to the next level.

In a genre dominated by male voices, the rise of HIRIE came as a breath of fresh air just as the reggae scene had begun to emerge from the underground and into the mainstream. With so many accomplishments in such a short time, it's hard to believe the band has only been together for a year. HIRIE's ability to flawlessly mix multiple styles of music into a reggae-pop song rooted with conscious lyrics makes for the perfect starting point to help reggae music deliver its' message to the world.
Resinated
Resinated
Resinated released "Hand's off" EP in December 2012. Recorded at Sound Lounge Studio with Producer Greg Shields and engineer Mike Stebe. Mastered by Mike Stebe.
Resinated's first album "Be yourself" released in June 2012 at Audio Impact of Clearwater FL w/ Engineer Andy Wombach and producer Kenny Mullins.
Currently, very busy, Resinated is about to release a brand new album entitled 'Smoke Signals' on Right coast records in February 2015! (Artist:Ballyhoo!)
Resinated has made a name for themselves in the FL, GA, SC, NC and continue up the coast.
Consistently booked in different areas each night, this band pushes for a high energy performance and grabs attention across the room with the smooth musicianship and talent that they bring to the table.
Sharing stages with many bands including Collie Buddz, Slightly Stoopid, Steel Pulse, The Expendables, Ballyhoo!, Iration, The movement, Passafire, Maxi Priests, Pepper, Stephen Marley and have played Blackwater Music Fest, Chillin music fest and a ton more local and national concerts/festivals!
Tribe Zion
Tribe Zion
Tribe Zion delivers a high energy mix of Rock, Hip Hop, Reggae, Funk, & Blues, & is currently touring throughout the Southeast in support of their new E.P. Release “Gonna Be Alright” while getting ready to produce their second EP in the near future. Tribe Zion plays their many solid original's while still bringing some tried & true covers in all genre's to their shows as well depending on the Venue. Originally formed in Boulder, Colorado in 2005, the band moved to California, then Louisiana, & is now based in Pensacola, FL. Tribe Zion has opened for many national acts including The Dirty Heads, Fayuca, JR. Toots, Black Uhuru, The Itals, and Mystic Roots. The band has well over 100 years of combined experience in the music Industry, has developed a large following by playing locally, & is now gaining National attention.

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Venue Information:
Vinyl Music Hall
2 S. Palafox St.
Pensacola, FL, 35202
http://vinylmusichall.com/