San Francisco’s Big Blu Soul Revue jams at North Lake Tahoe’s Music on the Beach series
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What: Big Blu Soul Revue
When: Friday, Aug. 18, 6 p.m.
Where: Kings Beach State Recreation Area
San Francisco soul act Big Blu Soul Revue is set to bring the beat to North Shore’s Music on the Beach series on Friday, Aug. 18.
“Their fresh approach brings a wide array of infectious dance grooves to their high-energy live show,” states the band’s online biography.
Big Blu Soul Revue — a band with a passion for the ‘60s and ‘70s — is influenced by legendary artists including Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye and Herbie Hancock (who is additionally playing in the Tahoe Basin this week).
“Our ultimate goal is to connect with our audience, get you to feel the groove that makes you want to dance,” said vocalist Jason Movrich.
“The band’s music is strongly influenced by the classic sounds of Motown, stax, Daptones and Blue Note Records, but with a fresh and original spin,” continues the bio.
Although Big Blu Soul Revue formed in 2012, the group only recently released its debut album (“Tongue & Groovin’”) in September 2016.
“2017 brings additional tour dates throughout the West Coast to support their latest album release,” continues the bio.
Big Blu Soul Revue’s performance begins at 6 p.m. at Kings Beach State Recreation Area on Tahoe’s North Shore. The gig is free to attend.
Learn more about the Music on the Beach series at http://www.facebook.com/musiconthebeachkb.
Additional information about Big Blu Soul Revue is available at http://www.bigblusoulrevue.com, or interact with the band on Facebook (@BigBluSoulRevue).
— Lake Tahoe Action