Reggae Sundays: Elementree Livity Project

Sunday
31
Jul

Positive Vibes Reggae

  • Venue:Supper Club
  • Showtime:4:00 pm
  • Doors open:3:30 pm
  • All Ages, Free Admission
  • Free Entry

Free Live Reggae Happy Hour

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The region’s top reggae artists are spending their Sundays this summer at the Music Box! We’re serving up fabulous and FREE roots reggae, along with food and beer specials on Sunday afternoons this summer. Catch some rays and some reggae while it’s hot. 
 

 

Elementree Livity Project Bio
Elementree Livity Project has created a recipe for success based on one goal. That goal is simple; to bring the message of Livity to the masses by spreading positive vibes; a message of peace, harmony, & acceptance for all people. It is a message of love & understanding for all.

Elementree Livity Project’s first major release High Def set sail in October of 2019. A full-length, accurate representation of the bands sonic spectrum. The versatility of the album spans from Classic Roots Reggae inspired “You’re Not Ready” featuring Rankin Joe all the way to the rock-heavy and reggae tinged “Rising.” Hip hop vibes peek their way into the album in the haunting “I’m Tryin” featuring Jesse Lee of top New York reggae band Oogee Wawa and the soaring vocals on the single “I Wanna Be Loved” bring the marketable sound of the band to the forefront.

Elementree Livity Project brings a fresh perspective on the Rock/Reggae sound while holding onto an authenticity that is often missed in the genre. You can hear the inspirations of classic reggae artists such as Steel Pulse, Barrington Levy and Black Uhuru blended with the newer influences of Singjay dancehall and reggae. With the firm Jamaican reggae roots sound and influence, Elementree Livity Project is able to fit like a glove in the new and upcoming US Reggae Rock scene along with artists such as Rebelution, Slightly Stooped, Stick Figure and many more…

Since taking the stage by storm in 2013, ELP has carved out a space all their own with their whirlwind grooves, electric leads, and thundering bass lines. Already, they have shared the stage with artists like Shaggy, The Wailers, MAGIC!, Fortunate Youth, New Kingston, and The Revivalists to name just a few. After every storm, the sun will shine and the future of ELP is looking bright!

 

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