Natural Vibrations (Natty Vibes)

VINYL MUSIC HALL PRESENTS

Natural Vibrations (Natty Vibes)

Sol Tribe, HERITAGE

Tue, March 26, 2013

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

Vinyl Music Hall

Pensacola, FL

$10.00

This event is all ages

* General Admission * Standing Room Only- Any Available Seating 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 *

Natural Vibrations (Natty Vibes)
Natural Vibrations (Natty Vibes)
Natural Vibrations (sometimes affectionately called "Natty Vibes"), is the Pacific's premiere reggae band. And they just released their long-awaited and highly anticipated 6th full-length album, titled Got This Music. The project, their first full-length release in five years, is produced by Imua Garza and Brett Ortone, the same production team responsible for blockbuster hit titles by Rebel Souljahz and Kolohe Kai.

A veteran of the Pacific reggae scene for over 15 years, Natural Vibrations has been repeatedly praised by critics for their straight- ahead, no-holds-barred pop/rock/reggae musical style and their dynamic and energetic live concert performances. With its winning combination of the classic Natural Vibrations sound and an edgy, modern production style, Got This Music solidifies Natural Vibrations place at the top of the reggae ladder.

Being Hawaii's top party and dance band, it is only appropriate that the new Natty Vibes album lead off with the hot track "Party & Dance", a hard-driving song about the joys of just letting go in the clubs after a long week of working, complete with blistering lead guitar solos throughout. It is followed by the title track, "Got This Music", a catchy reggae song sung by bass player Jehua Evans with its message of the positive healing power of music.

Lead singer Peni Pua'auli's daughter, Quela Pua'auli–Puahi, is featured on a duet with her father on the song "Don't Worry", a solid mainstream reggae song in the classic Natural Vibrations vein, that is already garnering significant airplay on many top island music stations.

Guitarist Wayne Enos' song compositions include the longing "Anxiously Waiting", a medium-tempo track about anticipating a pleasurable relationship; and the tracks "Can't Stop", and "The Vibes", both featuring guest 2Boi on the mic.

Papa T from B.E.T. is featured on two of Peni's tracks, the upbeat "Are You Ready?" and the pro-ganja dancehall track "Sensi Nation".

One of the song highlights of the Got This Music album is "Sound So Easy" featuring a blazing sax solo from Simplisity's Andy Sexton, one of Natural Vibrations early influences.
Sol Tribe
Sol Tribe
Based in San Antonio, Sol Tribe creates a fusion of Reggae and World music blending a heavy drum and bass driven sound with melodic keyboards, conga, and guitar infused with rich vocal textures.

The experienced musicians of Sol Tribe draw on spiritual and musical themes from the Caribbean, South America and other continents to give their songs a steady and percussive feel, while the lyrics of lead vocalist Anthony Berdecio lend an urban, street-smart element.
HERITAGE
HERITAGE
A Reggae feel, an Island Rock vibe, Funk and R&B... mix them together and you get Heritage. A bunch of guys just doing what they love - making music and having fun! When their cultural backgrounds and individual flavors fuse together, it just flows... creating a significant sound that can only be known as HERITAGE.
Venue Information:
Vinyl Music Hall
2 S. Palafox St.
Pensacola, FL, 35202
http://vinylmusichall.com/