World-music-influenced rockers behind the hit "Send Me On My Way" tag-team the evening with Bob Marley's legendary backing band
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$17 for one G-Pass to see Rusted Root and The Wailers (up to a $33.85 value)
Rusted Root performing "Send Me On My Way"
* 1992: the year Rusted Roots began amassing their devoted fan base
* Their sound: driving rock mixed with world-music influences, boisterous vocals, and loads of percussion
* The live experience: like pogo dancing in a sweat lodge
* Where you've heard their signature hit, "Send Me On My Way": in movies such as Ice Age and Matilda, the TV shows Chuck and New Girl, Enterprise Rent-A-Car commercials
* Where else you've heard the song: endless movie trailers and real-life situations that involve epiphanies accompanied by penny whistle solos
* What's new: the band's 2012 album, The Movement
* How The Movement came together: through a grassroots, fan-funded campaign
**The Wailers – Jammin' (Live 2012)**
Since its 1969 formation as the band that launched Bob Marley to fame, The Wailers have crisscrossed the globe with the horn-fed, bass-fueled reggae sounds that spin from 250 million albums sold. Founding bassist Aston "Family Man" Barrett anchors the band with rhythms that roll beneath signature tracks such as "Lively Up Yourself." Lead singer Koolant, who joined The Wailers after they spotted him in the film Made in Jamaica, lends a deep, smooth edge to the familiar Marley lyrics, including the subtle legal defense of "reflexes got the better of me" in the outlaw hit "I Shot the Sheriff." Koolant has also worked some new tracks into The Wailers' time-tested repertoire: an appeal to humanity's generosity, "A Step for Mankind," was written to benefit the UN's World Food Program.