Moe's Alley welcomes back Soulwise for a big night of reggae, rock and rhythm! Gary Dread, drummer of the Movement, and producer Rick Haze are supporting Soulwise on this show with locals Hijinx opening!
$10 / $15
**Note: Until further notice, we will require proof of vaccination OR a negative test within 72 hours of the show for entry. Per County mandates, masks are required when indoors at Moe's Alley while you're not eating or drinking.
Due to the massive shortage of COVID-19 test, Lightspeed Testing is currently unable to administer tests during this show. Please check their website for updates should supply arrive. https://lightspeedtests.com/category/events/
Acceptable forms of proof:
• Vaccination Record Card
• CA State QR Code: myvaccinerecord.cdph.ca.gov
• Picture of vaccination card that matches ID
• Negative test confirmation from an authorized testing facility that matches ID.
Cousins Sean (Vocals/Guitar) and Kevin Eichhorn (Vocals/Keys) began jamming in local garages at age 10. Music was deeply rooted in their family and they began to compose their own original music at an early age. Years later, while both training for professional baseball Kevin and good friend Adrian Jerome DeMar (Bass) would reconnect and the band began solidifying a path of music! The group fuses together steady and mesmerizing reggae grooves alongside flares of heavy rock and shredding lead guitar. Soulwise features a deep rhythm section of bass, drums, keys, guitar and horns. Lyrically, the songs of Soulwise are born from life experiences, inspirations, and good times that provide listeners with a dynamic mood.
In 2015, the group released their first EP "Talkin' Bout Love" that debuted at #12 on iTunes reggae releases and began playing live shows. Their first full length album "Good Day" debuted at #3 on iTunes reggae charts in December 2017. They have played in numerous festivals; Santa Cruz Music Festival, Capitola Art and Wine, CruzFest, Ink at the Bay, Redwood Mountain Faire, as well as played up and down the California coast. They have also supported Jamaican greats Don Carlos, Warrior King, Jo Mersa Marley, Third World and have shared the stage with Hirie, Anuhea, Jordan T, For Peace Band, Thrive, Josh Heinrichs, Skillinjah and local legends The Expendables.
Gary Dread and Rick Haze
Gary Dread, known as the drummer for The Movement (On Tour Now), created the album “Rockaz” with producer Rick Haze. The album featured C-Los from Sublime, Perfect Giddimani, Gonzo from Tribal Seeds, Inna Vision and more. Their follows and Spotify numbers have tripled since its release and the group is on track to finish the next saga, “Rockaz 2" slated for early next year. Now we are set to go on the first “Rockaz” Tour for 2022! Bless, Love and Respect.