Silent But Deadly St. Louis Productions » MIDSUMMER MELTDOWN WITH UNIFYAH WITH TASI | 2014-07-26
MIDSUMMER  MELTDOWN  WITH UNIFYAH  WITH  TASI | 2014-07-26

Saturday 26th, July 2014 | 7:00 PM

500 Bagby St., St. Louis, MO 63125

Ticket Price: $10.00

ickets are $10.00 at the Door – 12 and under are free. Gates open at 7pm – Showtime is 8:00pm. at the JB Amphitheater. Bring chairs and blankets – No Coolers – food and drink will be available.

 

We will be making a donation to the BackStoppers

LISTEN TO UNIFYAH HERE

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Biography
Tasi, which translates to “ocean” in drummer Tony Barcinas’ native language Chamorro, formed in December of 2012 when friends, Tony and Jeff Hanewinkel had a dream of creating a band that combines the sounds and vibe of the islands, with the diverse St. Louis music scene. Tasi’s progressive style cannot be categorized as just reggae, because throughout a live set you will hear them smoothly morph style and tone into an eclectic blend of rock, blues, soul and R&B. Front man, Tommy Gayfield and lead guitarist, Zack Reckamp are sure to keep you entertained while Josh Cerar and the rhythm section keep you moving and groovin’. Their self produced EP “Care Free” is now available on ITunes, Amazon and most online retailers.

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Biography

What is UNIFYAH? Unifyah is a St Louis based 9 piece Reggae/Rock/Ska/Dub/HipHop/Funk fusion band, who are proving to be a local power house. With enough raw energy to run a Nuclear Plant, UNIFYAH has exploded onto the scene with their tastefully blended sound, style and energy. Already catching the ears and eyes of some local legends, they’ve been fortunate enough to play Fair St Louis 2013, Taste of St Louis 2013, and 9th St Summerfest! They've also graced the stage with great bands such as The Urge, Fishbone, Toots and the Maytals, The Aggrolites, Murder City Players, Mike Pinto Band, Jon Wayne and the Pain, Tribal Seeds, Seedless, Ballyhoo!, Aaron Kamm and The One Drops, Iration, Tomorrows Bad Seeds, Through the Roots, Synrgy, 77 Jefferson and Badfish-Tribute to Sublime to name a few. 2013 has been great for Unifyah, and with a new full length album in the works, 2014 is promising to be their best year yet! So Keep your ears peeled for more news about this band, good things are in their future!

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