A flagship band in the American reggae music genre will be broadcasting a live performance on April 21, 2016.
Slightly Stoopid is the ultimate grassroots, independent musical success story of the 21st century. Beginning their career in San Diego, California in 1995, Slightly Stoopid has built a brand with their music that is recognizable with reggae, rock, punk, hip-hop fusion in today’s music industry. It is rarity that a crowd does not reach capacity all Slightly Stoopid concerts all throughout the United States and beyond.
Now, for all those fans that have been unable to attend a live Slightly Stoopid performance, the band will be streaming an upcoming performance live and direct for music lovers worldwide. On April 21st, Slightly Stoopid will be performing at the Tamalpais Research Institute or TRI Studios of Bob Weir (Grateful Dead).
This is not the first time Slightly Stoopid has performed a set in a similar fashion. In fact, on September 13, 2011, Slightly Stoopid made their debut live streaming performance at the San Rafael, California recording studios. Slightly Stoopid even released the DVD/CD box set of their 34-song show under the title of Slightly Stoopid Live at Roberto’s.
Now, for this year’s rendition, Slightly Stoopid will be returning to TRI Studios to jam with Bob Weir and friends for Live At Roberto’s TRI Studios Episode 2. The performance and free live webcast will begin at 7:00pm PST on April 21st. Viewers can watch on Qello Concerts via AppleTV, Roku, Chromecast, all iOS and Android devices, and the web at Qello.com.
Special guest performers joining Slightly Stoopid will include Karl Denson, Don Carlos, Chali 2na, Angelo Moore of Fishbone, Roger Rivas, Marlon Asher, and the aforementioned Bob Weir. The live webcast will be hosted by Peter Dante, known for his acting roles in many comedic movies with Adam Sandler.
This live webcast will be a preview for Slightly Stoopid’s upcoming summer tour, dubbed the Return of the Red Eye Tour, which features special guests SOJA, Fortunate Youth, Zion I, and The Grouch and Eligh.
For more information on Slightly Stoopid, follow the links below.
Video: Slightly Stoopid – “Don’t Stop”