Released on the band’s own label, Stoopid Records, Top of the World is the seven-piece band’s seventh studio release. An all-star crew of guest artists gathered to appear on the record, including reggae legends like Don Carlos of Black Uhuru and Barrington Levy, “unofficial 8th member” Karl Denson of Greyboy Allstars; longtime band friend and touring partner G. Love; Fishbone frontman Angelo Moore; ex-Jurassic 5 emcee extraordinaire Chali 2na; Dumpstaphunk‘s Ian Neville; and hit-making singer/songwriter Angela Hunte. It’s the first Slightly Stoopid album to be created at the band’s own recording studio and rehearsal clubhouse, within the warehouse district of Mission Valley (just inland of Ocean Beach.)
Slightly Stoopid’s current line-up consists of Miles Doughty (guitar, bass, vocals) and Kyle McDonald (guitar, bass, vocals), along with Ryan “Rymo” Moran (drums), Oguer “OG” Ocon (congas, percussion, harp, vocals), C-Money (trumpet), Dela (saxophone) and Paul Wolstencroft (keyboards).
The band recently announced a brand new set of fall tour dates, see below for details.
Unity Tour dates with 311
Fall Tour Dates (Just Announced!)
Phish announced their upcoming 2018 Summer Tour.
Organizers have announced the initial lineup for the 2018 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Check out a review, audio and photos from this weekend’s Freaks Ball XVII at Brooklyn Bowl.
Listen to the Jerry Garcia Band’s cover of “Evangeline” by Los Lobos from the soon-to-be-released ‘GarciaLive Volume Ten.’
Pearl Jam has confirmed their first U.S. tour dates of 2018 with the announcement of a pair of The Home Shows.
Watch Bob Weir perform four songs with Green Leaf Rustlers last night at the Sweet Water Music Hall.