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Front Row Pics: Build a Machine, Soul Rebel Project, Stick Figure @ the 27th Annual Bud Light Reggae Festival @ Sugarloaf

If this isn't a good time, I don't know what is!

If this isn’t a good time, I don’t know what is!

 

By Kimberly Marchand

 

If a most excellent party courtesy of an outstanding line-up of Rock, Reggae, Hip Hop, Funk, Riffs, Roots, and Dub bands sounds like the right way to kick off springtime (we didn’t even notice the snow!), then the 27th Annual Bud Light Reggae Festival @ Sugarloaf was nothing less than a dream come true. If you were there in the audience with me, then you know exactly what I mean ~   and if you weren’t able to make it, I hope these photos of three of my favorite bands will give you an idea of how much fun we all had ~ and inspire you to check out the bands’ links, Like their pages, and see what they’ve got coming up this summer and beyond!

 

Stick Figure

Soul Rebel Project

Build A Machine

 

Build A Machine: Mike Serra, vocals and guitar, Thomas McCarthy, vocals and bass, Tyler Saraca, drums (please note that for this performance, the guys’ friend Luke sat in on tables because Tyler was stuck in Cali!)

 

facebook.com/BuildAMachineMusic

buildamachinemusic.com

buildamachine.bandcamp.com

twitter.com/buildamachine

 

Soul Rebel Project: Mike Francis, vocals and rhythm guitar, Jay Harris, lead guitar, Adam Saylor, bass, Geoff Pilkington, drums

 

soulrebelproject.com

facebook.com/soulrebelproject

twitter.com/soulrebelproject

 

Stick Figure:  Scott Woodruff, vocals, guitar and all instruments in the studio, KBong, live keyboards and vocals, Tommy Sulliman, live bass, Kevin Offitzer, live drums

 

facebook.com/stickfiguremusic

twitter.com/StickFigureDub

stickfiguremusic.com

itunes.apple.com/artist/stick-figure/id156507231

 

All the guys are awesome but I have to send a special thanks to Build a Machine…they know why!

 

Build a Machine keeping the party turned up to 11!

Build a Machine keeping the party turned up to 11!

 

Please visit KM Photography to view more photos of bands and festivals that I’ve been lucky enough to shoot!

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