High Dive Concerts—Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Sublime Tribute, Curren$y, Expendables and More (January 13–28) (January 13–28)
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In a Nutshell
January concert slate includes Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with Flat Land, Marco Benevento, a Sublime tribute band, Curren$y, and more
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Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with Flat Land: $15 for one general-admission ticket on Wednesday, January 13, at 9 p.m. (up to $22.44 value)
Marco Benevento Featuring Dave from Ween on Bass: $8 for one general-admission ticket on Thursday, January 14, at 10 p.m. (up to $16.74 value)
Badfish, A Tribute to Sublime: $13 for one general-admission ticket on Tuesday, January 19, at 8:30 p.m. (up to $20.34 value)
Chasing Safety: $8 for one general-admission ticket on Wednesday, January 20, at 7:30 p.m. (up to $13.65 value)
The Expendables, Winter Blackout 2016 w/ Zach Deputy & The Hip Abduction: $15 for one general-admission ticket on Wednesday, January 27, at 9 p.m. (up to $22.40 value)
Curren$y: $18 for one general-admission ticket on Thursday, January 28, at 8:30 p.m. (up to $28.33 value)
About the Artists
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with Flat Land: Leading a group regularly performing over 150 shows annually, Denson is a renowned saxophonist and songwriter who first gained national attention as a member of Lenny Kravitz’s Let Love Rule-era group. He has recorded with Slightly Stooped and is currently a member of The Rolling Stones touring band.
Marco Benevento Featuring Dave Dreiwitz from Ween on bass: Marco’s band features well known musicians including Andy Borger on drums, who has toured with Norah Jones and Tom Waits.
Badfish, A Tribute to Sublime: Badfish pays tribute to the spirit of Sublime and encompasses the sense of place and purpose associated with Sublime’s music. Sun Dried Vibes breathes their high-energy into the reggae/rock genre with positive messages and sing-along melodies.
Chasing Safety: Formerly known as Us, From Outside, Chasing Safety’s Debut album “Season Of The Dead” is now out via Outerloop Records.
The Expendables, Winter Blackout 2016 w/ Zach Deputy & The Hip Abduction: The Expendables have been playing their own version of reggae rock for over 18 years, with unique solos and danceable grooves. Zach Deputy joins the performance as a soulful rhythm and blues singer and songwriter, similar to that of Al Green, Taj Mahal, and Stevie Wonder. The Hip Abductions combines reggae, rock, and African traditions to create a unique sound. African stringed instruments, reggae-inspired bass lines, and afro-beat percussion are melded together for high-energy performances that have gained statewide followings.
Curren$y: Originally singed to C-Murder’s Tru Records in 2001, then on Master P’s New No Limit Records on 2002, and also on Cash Money Records from 2004–2007. In 2009 his efforts gained recognition when he graced the cover of XXL’s “Top 10 Freshmen” issue amongst other artists such as B.O.B., Kid Cudi, and Wale. He is currently preparing to release his fifth and sixth studio albums, “Muscle Car Chronicles” and Pilot Talk III.”