Southern California’s Skunkdub to play two shows at Cabo Wabo Cantina
If you go
When: 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, May 23-24
Where: Cabo Wabo Cantina
Good vibes from Southern California will fill Harveys Cabo Wabo Cantina for two nights this week.
Skunkdub plays Monday and Tuesday, May 23-24, at the Stateline bar and restaurant.
“Like many artists on the musical journey, Skunkdub has a history full of bands and projects (Inhale, Secret Trees, Natural Heights, StrangerBand) that have helped pave the way to the road he walks today,” according to his online biography. “The creative processes, the influence from a variety of music genres (rock, soul, reggae, hip hop, funk, R&B, blues, ska) and the culture clash of various SoCal lifestyles. All of it, the intoxicating relationships, the everyday struggles with a nine to five, corrupt government systems and officials, failing educational school systems, and media-infused propaganda blasting from the radios and televisions sets. All of life’s ups and downs, have helped pave the way to his life long continuous musical journey.”
Skunkdub released his debut full-length album, “Royale with Cheese,” in September and has played hundreds of shows, some as far away as the East Coast, over the past two years.
Learn more about the band at http://www.skunkdub.com or on Facebook.
“The High Fyah Tour 2014, covered 70 cities, 14 states and over 42,000 miles,” according to the bio.
Cabo Wabo Cantina is located downstairs at Harveys Lake Tahoe at the corner of U.S. Highway 50 and Stateline Avenue in Stateline.
More information is available at http://www.caesars.com/harveys-tahoe.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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