Reggae Tuesdays Feat. Denver Reggae Social Club (feat. members of John Brown’s Body, Odesza, The Motet, Pimps of Joytime, Dopapod, Euforquestra, Dubskin) w/ Gracie Bassie (PATIO) and Wadada (Patio and Inside)

Reggae Tuesdays Feat. Denver Reggae Social Club (feat. members of John Brown’s Body, Odesza, The Motet, Pimps of Joytime, Dopapod, Euforquestra, Dubskin) w/ Gracie Bassie (PATIO) and Wadada (Patio and Inside)

Tue, June 5, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:15 pm

$15 Day Of Show

This event is 16 and over

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Jamaican Food!

Our in-house restaurant, Pass The Peas, will be serving a Jamaican BQQ themed menu!

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Denver Reggae Social Club
Denver Reggae Social Club
The Denver Reggae Social Club is dedicated to the celebration of reggae music through the preservation of its roots. Focusing on deep cuts both classic and modern, the group pays homage to the innovators that paved the way for Jamaican music around the world as well as the development of the music in the Caribbean, England and the United States. The Denver Reggae Social Club is a living sound archive with awareness and respect to reggae traditions and is faithful to the performance of the music.
Gracie Bassie
Gracie Bassie
Getting her start in her hometown of Durango, Colorado, Gracie Bassie has long been moved by the reggae culture and music by surrounding herself with inspiring influences that have helped her to become the confident yet humble musician/artist she is today. In 2008, Gracie bought her first bass guitar and was taught how to play her bass like a real "rootswoman" with guidance of Jamaican producer Lincoln Jarrett. From there she formed A-DUB-ROCK Band, opening up for acts such as The Mighty Diamonds and Sister Carol. Soon after she was performing at Reggae on the River with Marlon Asher and recieved a call from musical idol Anthony B, asking her to join his band in Kingston, Jamaica whom she toured with until later residing in Kingston and playing with Earl "Chinna" Smith's "Inna di Yaad" band, backing Max Romeo and his children, alongside Leroy "Horsemouth" drummer from the famous Jamaican movie "Rockers" and many other talented musicians and artistes. As much as she loved to play bass, she loved even more to sing while playing bass, landing her gigs in Kingston and beyond. These experiences have helped her to cultivate a talent that is an undeniable and powerful force which cannot be ignored. Gracie's sound is a perfectly-blended mix consisting of classic old school dub tributes and her own original soon-to-be released songs with a few surprises thrown in for your listening pleasure.
DJ WADADA
DJ WADADA
Bringing you positive vibrations that move the body and the mind. Specializing in "conscious dubstep" with nuff respect to dub, roots, and all things bass-
Venue Information:
Cervantes' Other Side
2637 Welton St.,
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.cervantesmasterpiece.com/