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Slightly Stoopid’s 28-date “How I Spent My Summer Vacation 2019” tour also features Matisyahu, Tribal Seeds and HIRIE.
Young, talented and ambitious define HIRIE as an individual and as an artist. Stirring up island-inspired vibes with sounds of roots, reggae and pop while also applying her smooth, sweet and naturally pop-sounding voice to blend it all together. HIRIE will undoubtedly be a driving force in new-age music.
Born in the Philippines, raised in Italy and living the biggest and most influential portion of her life in Hawaii, HIRIE considers herself an island girl at heart. The experiences she’s had living on Oahu have taken her on a musical journey worth listening to by all who appreciate her genuine take on love and life.
2013 is the year HIRIE enters the music industry. With sheer determination she aims to deliver music that entertains both reggae and pop lovers alike. Charm, passion for people, positive and uplifting messages, and memorable hooks and melodies are offered for all in her upcoming, self-titled album: HIRIE.
“HIRIE is a lifestyle I want people to love and become accustomed to. The island-way of living is contagious; healing the mind, body and spirit. The same goes for its music. When people hear my songs, I want them to feel disconnected from their troubles. Music that brings you to a positive place: that’s reggae. Music that lifts you to higher space: that’s HIRIE”. -HIRIE
Lettuce’s fourth annual Rage Rocks concert at Red Rocks featured a tribute to the Jerry Garcia Band and a second set that started with the help of the Skyline Drumline.
Guns N’ Roses announced additional concerts on the fall leg of their Not In This Lifetime Tour 2019.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke announced a solo North American tour with Nigel Godrich and Tarik Barri.
Phish tour continued at Bonnaroo on Sunday night. Check out the setlist, a recap and the The Skinny.
Dead & Company wrapped a two-night stand at Wrigley Field in Chicago with a second set featuring “Spanish Jam” and more.