((( Tonight ))) Templo / Halem Albright / Satsuma / Professor John @ Hard Rock Cafe

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((( Tonight ))) Templo / Halem Albright / Satsuma / Professor John @ Hard Rock Cafe

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Tickets: http://bit.ly/1IuuHmf Locus Promotions Presents: Templo (Denver, Colorado) Liam Shea, aka Templo, strives to blend atmospheric soundscapes with head bobbing beats. Born and raised in Denver, Templo's interest in music began at the age of 11 behind a drum kit. This sparked an exploration into all types of instruments and music. On his tracks you will hear all original riffs and drum beats, incorporating a variety of instruments and styles. Templo has one foot in the future with influences including Tipper, Random Rab, and Emancipator. While at the same time paying heed to the classics, attempting to emulate the sounds of J Dilla, Eek-A-Mouse, and Gorillaz. Templo's eclectic tastes comes through in his music as he aims to blend downtempo trip-hop, funk and dub elements, with deep melodic bass. Ultimately, Templo aims to inspire creation and imagination in the music community and beyond Halem Albright "The Halem Albright Band" was formed, consisting of Halem Albright on vocals/lead guitar, well known Atlanta keyboardist Spencer Pope, bassist Dustin Fennell, and Nathan Bartlett on drums with John McCoy on percussion/vocals(both previous bandmates with Halem in "The Green Light Council). Throughout his music career, Halem has shared bills with established music veterans such as Col. Bruce Hampton, Leftover Salmon and The Disco Biscuits(among many others). With a first solo album this strong and appealing and a jaw dropping live show supported by some of Atlanta's best musicians, Halem is sure to look forward to a long and successful music career. Satsuma Hailing from Athens GA, Satsuma brings an eclectic sound that combines a strong songwriting focus with an improvisational twist. The band’s formation in early 2014 brought together the minds of guitarists Jimmy Hadaway and DJ Rees, bassist Evan Williamson, and drummer Bob Constable to play music that is inspired by the fusion of jazz, funk, folk, progressive rock. Satsuma has performed in a variety of venues both in and outside of Athens, including the Green Room, New Earth Music Hall, and The Hummingbird, among others. Satsuma continues to bring a fresh perspective through their distinct live sound and songwriting abilities. Professor John Bassist/Producer Professor John has a very unique sound coming out of Atlanta, GA. The combination of electronic instrumentation, real instrumentation and live bass guitar really sets Professor John apart from other live musical performances. John’s electric bass guitar performance has been compared to the playing of Victor Wooten, Marcus Miller, and Stanley Clarke, yet John’s background in hip-hop and R&B production makes for a one of a kind performance. Professor John was chosen as one of Atlanta’s Top 3 RAW Artists of the Year in 2013

By: Locus Promotions

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