Sierra-at-Tahoe to host San Diego’s Fish Out of Water |

Sierra-at-Tahoe to host San Diego’s Fish Out of Water

Fish Out of Water plays Sierra-at-Tahoe this weekend.
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If you go

What: Fish Out of Water

When: 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, March 26-27

Where: Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort

Tickets: Free


Mellow acoustic music, as well as rock, funk, reggae and hip-hop come to Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort this weekend.

San Diego’s Fish Out of Water plays free shows at the ski resort Saturday and Sunday. The group is influenced by acts like Jack Johnson, Sublime and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

“Founding members and cousins, Brandon and Kyle Moon, started the group in 2000, consistently sharing duties on bass and electric guitar as well as vocals,” according to their press kit. “On drums is Michael Turco, an established touring/session percussionist hailing from L.A. Together, they have completed multiple tours across the U.S., including the Hawaiian Islands, as well as Australia. Highlights include: playing on top of a water tower during Fantasy Fest in Key West where front-man Kyle Moon jumped off the roof during his guitar solo; and hosting shows for sold out crowds on the Sunshine and Gold Coasts of Australia.”

The band released four albums during its career and is working on a fifth.

“Socially conscience, F.O.W. strives to use their music to its fullest potential, raising funds and donating their talent in support of such causes as hurricane relief, the Gulf oil disaster, breast cancer and foster care,” according to the press kit. “They hope their actions will one day inspire the rest of the world to give what you can with what you have. Fish Out of Water commands the senses, moves the masses, and leaves you contemplating love, life and everything in between.”

Sierra-at-Tahoe is located at 1111 Sierra-at-Tahoe Road in Twin Bridges.

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— Lake Tahoe Action

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