When:
March 9, 2019 @ 9:00 pm – March 10, 2019 @ 12:00 am
2019-03-09T21:00:00-08:00
2019-03-10T00:00:00-08:00
Where:
The Talent Club
114 Talent Ave
Talent, OR 97540
USA
Cost:
$10.00
Contact:
The Talent Club
(541) 535-2721

Fish Out of Water Live at The Talent Club

Saturday, March 9th, 2019
Doors open at 8pm, show begins at 9pm.

$10 cover at the door

www.fishoutofwaterhq.com

Fish Out of Water plays live at the Talent Clun Saturday March 9, 2019

Rock, funk, reggae, and hip-hop.

This is exactly what bathrobe toting, funk thumping, international act Fish Out of Water (F.O.W.) from San Diego, CA brings you.  Over the past fifteen years, they have developed an exceptionally entertaining, all original live show by combining these musical styles into one formula known as RoPhunk RaeHop. This high-energy act brings a positive message, captivating the audience with their music.

Through hard work, hard times, and long drives, Fish Out of Water didn’t burst onto the live music scene in the U.S. and Australia, they grinded until they couldn’t be denied.  Touring full time for more than a decade has not only separated F.O.W. from other acts, but has created a well-oiled rock, funk, reggae, and hip-hop machine.  The patience of founding members Brandon and Kyle Moon has finally come to fruition this past year.  Their 5th and most sonically sophisticated album Married to the Music has hit the road with them along with their latest single Stacking Stems.  The buzz on this album has been growing in the music community and is being submitted to the Grammy’s for “Best Album by a New Artist”.  Their hit single on the album Chicken & Blunts was in the top 100 downloaded singles on iTunes for over 3 weeks and features MC J-Sneez from Myrtle Beach, SC.

Growing up together as cousins born one month apart, Kyle and Brandon started the band in San Luis Obispo, CA and later moved to Southern California to pursue a larger demographic.  Playing all original rock, funk, reggae, and hip-hop, they coined the phrase RoPhunk RaeHop (pronounced “row-funk-ray-hop”) and stands for rock, funk, reggae, hip-hop.  The two switch between bass and guitar (circa Slightly Stoopid) and share duties on vocals.  They began to do monster tours coast to coast and eventually, through their touring in the Hawaiian Islands, they landed in Sydney, Australia Oct. 2014 with over 40 shows in two months up and down the east coast.  They will kick off the New Year with another U.S. National Tour followed by their 5th trip to the Land Down Under in April 2019.

The group has performed well over 3,000 shows since 2000 and shared the stage with The Wailers, Fishbone, G-Love, Groundation, and many more.  They have been on the bill for 3 Falls Festival, Earthdance, Whole Earth Festival, SLO’s Concert in the Plaza, and Panama City Beach’s Summer Concert Series.

Their discography consists of five all original albums including their first full-length acoustic album Heart the Hand.  Providing the most diverse show on the planet, Fish Out of Water continues to keep people guessing and more importantly, keep people dancing.  The rock takes you back to a day where musicians did really rock and the hip-hop is a conscious flow over a rhythmic hip dropping beat.  The reggae has a heavy ska influence but can also be a “one drop” smoke anthem.  And the funk?  Well the funk is the best part about F.O.W.  Both cousins play a mean slap bass and current drummer Ryan Blodgett is a groove player from Nashville, TN with a knack for finding tasty chops on all of the material the Moons compose.

Always giving back to the community, the Fish are involved with the Wesley Burnham Foundation helping to hand out ukuleles to underprivileged youth throughout their travels.  Proving their mantra Pump the Funk and Increase the Peace (P.F.I.P.) isn’t just talk, the group has given away over 35 ukuleles in the past six months.

 

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