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Reggae Night features the Stone Senses

A reggae band steps out into the light from under a San Diego pier to travel to Tahoe this week. The Stone Senses are featured at Saturday's Reggae Night in the Blu Nightclub.
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Roots. Rock. Reggae.

And did we mention rock? The Stone Senses will remind you Saturday, March 19, on Reggae Night, a biweekly party in the Blu Nightclub at MontBleu.

The six-piece band from Carlsbad coalesced in 2004 and plays feel-good rock rooted in reggae beats. It has played more than 500 shows and has three full-length albums, “Harder Than the Rest,” “Live it Up” and “Exception to the Rule,” which was released today and is packaged in Ben Franklin meets “Pirates of the Caribbean” artwork.



It has played on the same bills as John Brown’s Body, Pato Banton, and the Wailers.

Tickets are $10, and the doors open at 10 p.m. Beers are $2 and well drinks $4.



The Stone Senses also play Friday, March 18, at Mongo’s Saloon in Grover Beach.

Next week: Trevor Hall.


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