First Listen: The Green – Land of Love

The world continues to suffer from prejudices and injustices. Each and every one of us deserves to be loved, not judged and treated equally. If we could all do our part to put more love into the world, the world would be a better place.  … Read More

Citizen Cope: DC Soul

Clarence Greenwood, aka “Citizen Cope,” is 49. You’re supposed to be done at that age. But he didn’t get any traction until his thirties. And this audience, detached from the hit parade, doesn’t care about age, just music. –Bob Lefsetz

The conversation about booking Rootfire At The Park went something like this…

Q: What about x-artist?… Read More

Kids Rule at Rockstar Row

Building community starts from the ground up. Curating an amazing weekend of live bands provides a main attraction for music festival goers, but it is often the smaller details that really make an event exceptional. Many people identify with festival culture as a lifestyle, but not every festival embraces an emphasis on healthy day-to-day lifestyle as part of its culture.Read More

Sitting Down with Mr. Boombastic

Number one hits, platinum and gold albums, arena tours…few Jamaican artists have achieved the international success known by Shaggy. And as a result, few Jamaican artists have experienced such international recognition. Go around the globe and people know Mr. Boombastic. They know his darling angel, and they definitely know it wasn’t him.Read More

Rootfire At The Park – Hurricane Irma Relief Project

Creating relationships with those who are helping others at the ground level is what Rootfire is all about, and will continue to be about. In an effort to directly contribute to Cocoa, FL after damage done by Hurricane Irma, 100% of ticket proceeds from Rootfire At The Park will be donated to relief efforts.Read More