Reid came to Rootfire by way of New Zealand, where he lived and worked with The Black Seeds worldwide team from 2011-2012. Before that he was the drummer of a folk-rock group called 2Me out of Sacramento, California. Today he manages some of our favorite bands and oversees all operations of Rootfire.
The Black Seeds have just released their “first single in ages,” says frontman Barnaby Weir.
Over the last few years, Sugarshack Sessions and Rootfire have formed a deep bond. In the beginning, the conversations revolved around getting our bands down to the Sugarshack itself (Bonita Springs, FL), and the results were always such a treat.… Read… Read More
When word first came out that Amp Live and Eric Rachmany (Rebelution) were teaming up for a new project, the excitement was full throttle. With a massive back catalog of their own works, we could only guess what this new project would sound like, and… Read More
Levitate Music and Arts Festival celebrates its fifth year in Marshfield, MA, July 8-9, featuring Rootfire Cooperative artists Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, and Satsang, along with Dispatch, Ziggy Marley, Umphrey’s McGee, Lake Street Dive, Stick Figure, Landon McNamara, and more…
Rootfire is giving… Read More
I first met Iya Terra in Portland, Oregon, on April 21, 2016.
They were opening for The Movement on the first night of a west coast run together, and their van pulled up to The Goodfoot a few minutes early. Always a good sign.… Read More
Giving Tuesday broke records this year for the number of people who supported nonprofits and made donations to their favorite causes. News outlets speculated that the generosity was in response to the election results, suggesting that many people gave to organizations close to their community, as a… Read More