Sweet Earth
Sweet Earth Sweet Earth has taken uniquely refreshing direction out the flood of "Jam/Jamtronica" bands on the scene today. By eliminating the restrictions of words and language from the music, the listener gets a deeply personal and resonating experience, because they are allowed to interpret the music strictly on how the sounds and vibrations make them feel, instead of relying on specific lyrical content.

The sound is a blend Intricate Mathematic Rock, Grooving Pocket Funk, Bumping House/Dance Beats, Soaring Melodies and Atmospheric Ambience.

Sweet Earth is based in Los Angeles, CA, but our roots stretch all the way back to the East Coast. In addition to being #1 on Pittsburgh, PA's Jam Charts for over a year straight, Sweet Earth has toured across the East, MidAtlantic and MidWest including: North Carolina, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, Maryland.

Previous Music Festivals include:
*Flood City Music Festival in Johnstown, PA 2011
*Rootwire Music Festival in Logan, Ohio 2011 (MainStage)
*SummerDance IV with Lotus and Big Gigantic in Garrettsville, Ohio 2011 (MainStage)
*SteelJam Music Festival with Umphrey's McGee in Bethlehem, PA 2011 (MainStage)
*Late-Night Performance at The Werk Out Music Festival in Bellefontaine, OH 2011
*The Utica Music Fest in Utica, New York 2011
*The Recipe Family Cookout in Terra Alta, WV 2011
*JibberJazz Presents: Some Kind of Jam 7 in Schuykill Haven, PA 2012 (MainStage)
*Karma Music Fest in Morehead, KY 2012 (MainStage)

The band is always writing new material and pushing their musical boundaries, learning and incorporating new instruments and technology in every new song.

Utilizing their refined skills as Multi-Instrumentalists, the band members can be found switching places and Instruments during fully improvised sessions, and in between songs. The band seems to transform on stage throughout the course of a show, and it will likely look completely different at the end than it did in the beginning, making every performance a completely unique musical experiment unto itself.