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The Familyhood Nextperience meet Dub Scientist Inna 360 Dome

  • Wisdome.LA 1147 Palmetto Street Los Angeles, CA, 90013 United States (map)

Legendary Fishbone bassist Norwood Fisher & producer Kentyah Fraser bring The Familyhood Nextperience to LA's newest reggae hit at the dome.


Fishbone & Norwood Fisher
Present:

The Familyhood Nextperience
meets
Dub Scientist

"A Dub At The Dome Psychedelic Soundclash Nextravaganja"

Featuring:
Killah Priest
(from the Wu Tang Clan)

Shinehead

Black Shakespeare

Joi Gilliam
(from the OutKast/ Organized Noize/Goodie Mob)

Rocky Dawuni
(http://rockydawuni.com/)

And special guests:
Ras Sparticus
Hawaiian Lyon
Lion Child

The Familyhood Nextperience inhabit the the zone where live improvisational (and adamantly tripp'd out) funktified dub meets the most advanced VR modeling in the known universe!!! " Ad
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The Familyhood Nextperience:
Norwood Fisher (Fishbone)- bass
Fish Fisher (Fishbone) - drums
Chris Dowd (Fishbone) - trombone
John Bigham (Fishbone) - guitar
Chris Brennen - guitar
Roger Rivas (Long Beach Dub All Stars) - organ Todd Simon - trumpet
Lila Hood -violin
Scott Page (Pink Floyd) - sax

The brainchild of legendary Fishbone bassist Norwood Fischer, and producer Kentyah Fraser, The The Familyhood Nextperience is LA's newest reggae happening in one of the most progressive venues in Southern California: Wisdome LA. Launching Feb 23rd, 2019, TFN will feature a rotating lineup, anchored by Norwood's legendary low end. This month’s event will feature most of the members of Fishbone, members of Pink Floyd's touring band and Long Beach Dub All Stars as well as legendary dancehall vocalist Shinehead and visionary Wu Tang Clan MC Killah Priest!!! Grammy nominated singer Rocky Dawuni will also being joining the sonic voyage!! All of this will go down within a 360 VR effect dome!!! To top it off, our maiden dub voyage will feature live mixing by Studio One legend Dub Scientist!!!


A portion of the proceeds from the event will go towards supporting Playing For Change Foundation. PFCF provides free music education to children in 11 countries around the world via it's 15 music schools. For more information about Playing For Change Foundation, and to donate and/or support directly, please visit: www.playingforchange.org