Cas Haley: Flamingo Cantina
Cas Haley, Chase Makai Saturday, May 25
Doors: 9:00 PM COVER: $15 TIX HERE Texas native, Cas Haley is a soulful contemporary artist who has captured the heart of America through his upbeat Motown reminiscent melodic lyrics and rhythmic guitar-riffs, which are infused with a groovy surf-roots signature sound that only Cas Haley can provide. With over 50 million YouTube views in total and more than two million SoundCloud followers, the Billboard charting artist has engraved his name as a mainstay industry artist. His music conveys messages of Hope, Love and Unity. The married father of two delivers nothing less than impactful social goodness and pounds full of positivity in each and every song.
Cas’s music and infectious personality has attracted harmonious collaborations & tours with the likes of UB40, Josh Heinrichs,Al Green, Sheryl Crow, Allen Stone, SOJA, Ziggy Marley, Blues Traveler, Something Corporate, The Rocket Summer, The Green, G.Love, Easy Star All-Stars, Seth Walker, Trevor Hall, Anuhea and Nahko and Medicine For The People, among many others. He has also performed at renowned music festivals all over the world including Hangout Music Festival, California Roots Music and Arts Festival, Reggae on the River, and Mighty Sounds in the Czech Republic.Sunday, May 26th *SKA/PUNK* (TOURING SHOW)
Los Kung Fu Monkeys, The Inverters,
Kung Fu Monkeys
Doors: 9:00 PM / COVER: $10 TIX HERE Los Kung Fu Monkeys are a ska punk band based out of Canada, U.S and Mexico. Formed in 1997 joined their talents and forces to start Los Kung Fu Monkeys. That same year the band recorded their first three-song demo which included songs like “Consecuencias” based on the excess of uncontrollable youth, costing them 10 dollars to record each song, and opening the doorway to being one of the top local and regional bands with such a loyal following that it caught the eye of Los Angeles-based now defunct label ONE SHOT RECORDS, who released their first album Rebuilding the World recorded in Love Juice labs in Riverside, California, U.S.A. in 2000. With the release of Rebuilding the World in 2001, they were brought to the attention of an international audience that it became the precursor and the beginning of what would be the path to endless touring throughout the world, starting their first with Union 13 (Epitaph Records) all over Mexico in 2001 with a sold out concert in Mexico City for more than 2000 people.