Come on up to Rojo Beach Bar this coming Wednesday (June 12th) for a free concert by The Garifuna Collective!!! Don't miss this rare opportunity to see them perform on the beach in a casual setting. They've graciously offered to perform two sets as they prepare/rehearse for their upcoming N. American tour. Showtime at 7:00pm. Meet and greet with the band at 6:00. Tasty cocktails by Fin and Dan all night long!!! See you then!!!
Danny Michel and The Garifuna Collective Prepare for Tour, Perform at Rojo Lounge
It was their first performance before heading to the United States of America and Canada to kick off their tour together; Danny Michel and Belizeís Garifuna Collective performed a free concert at Rojo Lounge, Azul Resort on Wednesday, June 12, 2013. The evening was a magical one filled with the unique blending of Danny Michelís rock ní roll influences with that of the Afro-Amerindian Garifuna Collective sounds.
It was a once in a life time event at Rojo Lounge as the Garifuna Collective performed sets as themselves and along with Danny with new music from his album titled ďBlackbirds are Dancing Over MeĒ. Their performance was nothing short of spectacular as you can see that both artists have developed new musical styles and working together surely was one of the best decisions they have ever made.
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On Wednesday June 12th, many came out to hear the musical selections of The Garifuna Collective who performed live at Rojo Beach Bar just a few miles north of San Pedro Town. It was a great opportunity to witness the bandís final show in the country before they set off on their international tour through the United States of America and Canada from June 20th-August 10th. As time drew nearer and the band was just about ready to play, guests were invited closer to be a part of the inspiring musical experience. The cultural Paranda rhythms of the Garifuna Collective were perfectly blended with Canadian Danny Michelís soulful indie sounds. The band played started off with songs such as Just the way I am, Love until you break your heart and a few more selections which were done in collaboration with Michel, then they were followed this by a jam session of classic Garifuna songs such as Pomona and Watina that certainly got the crowd moving. Between intermissions, band members greeted guests and new- found fans of their music.
Click here to read the rest of the article and see more photos in the San Pedro Sun