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Oct 22 – Rootfire At The Park
Win Tickets to see Sly & Robbie, John Brown’s Body, or The Movement. To enter: reply to this email with a short thoughtful message, including which show you want to attend.
Winners will be picked throughout the next 3 days.… Read More
John Brown’s Body was formed in 1995. In 2005 they released their sixth album, Pressure Points, on Easy Star Records. This was JBB’s debut on Easy Star, a label founded by four childhood friends, who were still riding a massive wave of success from the wildly popular Dub Side Of The Moon LP released in 2003.… Read More
WORDS: “The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night’s sleep.”
E. Joseph Cossman
The black of night gradually brightens, subtly at first, as the line of the nearby ridge and silhouette of the trees can be seen. … Read More
Editors Note: We strive to share stories that come directly from within the scene. This week we have a special feature from David Halvorson, Jr., reflecting on his band Na’an Stop’s most recent recording experience with producer Danny Kalb. The session included an unexpected visit from Hirie, who recorded vocals for her song “Boom Fire” early one morning at the studio.… Read More
WORDS: Huntington Beach, CA, the quintessential west coast beach.
What is your favorite thing about the beach? Sunbathing? Snorkeling? Surfing? Surfers? Skimboarding? Seashells?… Read More
Rootfire is excited to announce that Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad‘s latest single “Gotta Make A Livin” was premiered by Relix yesterday. Starting in 1974 as a handmade newsletter devoted to connecting people who recorded Grateful Dead shows, today Relix, a beacon of grassroots success, brings music news to more than 100,000 fans across the USA.… Read More
In an almost too-freaky way, HIRIE’s album Wandering Soul came out exactly one year to the day that the band launched a Kickstarter Campaign to “record the album of their dreams.” Let that sink in. One year to the day.
At that time, we participated exactly the same way as 369 other folks… by backing the project through the Kickstarter and gifting a little love and support to our friends in the band.… Read More