Tropical rock (or trop rock) is a genre of popular music that incorporates elements and influences of rock and roll, reggae, country music, caribbean, Calypso music and zydeco, with themes and musical compositions inspired by an island style.
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Date: Sunday, May 24th 2015 (7:00 – 7:45pm at The Original Stage)Line Up: FisbhoneVenue: California Roots Music and Arts Festival. Monterey County Fairgrounds. Monterey, CA Live: Fishbone @ Cali-Roots (5-24-15) Fishbone performed near the end of the last day of day 3 at California Roots Music and Arts Festival. Fans of all ages and backRead More
Cali-Roots 2015 Recap: The 6th Annual California Roots Festival has come and gone leaving us with memories shared with friends, family and strangers around the sound-track of some great music. Jeff Monser and Dan Sheehan have worked hard over the years to build this festival up into a movement that fans can call home whenRead More
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band perform last night at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston, TX. It was the first large venue show for the 2015 Workin’ n’ Playin’ Tour. The set list from the show is now available. Buffett and the band played 28 songs including “Ragtop Day”, “The Great FillingRead More
Date: Sunday, May 24th 2015 (12:00 – 1:00pm in The Bowl)Line Up: Fortunate YouthVenue: California Roots Music and Arts Festival. Monterey County Fairgrounds. Monterey, CA Live: Fortunate Youth @ Cali-Roots (5-24-15) Opening up Cali Roots’ Bowl Stage on the final day of the festival was the six-piece reggae band Fortunate Youth. Starting in fine fashion,Read More
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band perform tonight at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in Houston, TX for the 2015 Workin’ n’ Playin’ Tour. LISTEN to the show on Radio Margaritaville / SiriusXM 24 / Tunein.com. WATCH the show online on Margaritaville TV! This show is scheduled to start at 9:00p ET. Follow alongRead More
Wakarusa Festival will kick off it’s 12th year and The Pier is excited to join Wakarusa as we’re hosting a contest to give away a pair of 2 GA tickets in addition to Meet Greet, and FREE merchandise courtesy of Dirty Heads, Waka The Pier. PLUS, the winner will have side-stage viewing for Dirty HeadsRead More