Souleye, a Colorado based MC, believes that music is a true healing art. Souleye chooses to perform all his shows freestyle, completely improvisational, because he believes that it allows the audience to be present and involved in the creation and collective energy of the music. Each performance is genuine and can never be replicated much like life.
Not afraid to break the paradigm Souleye has been bridging gaps and crossing paths between multiple musical genres from Hip hop, Drum and Bass, Electronic, Blue Grass and Funk.
His ability to freestyle gives him the opportunity to sit in with any band or Dj bringing the vibe of sincere energy and love to each performance. Souleye is constantly touring and is currently collaborating with artists such as Zilla, Bassnectar, Michael Franti, The String Cheese Incident, The Glitch Mob, On The One, Pangea, Everyone Orchestra and a wide variety of other Bands and Dj’s. Whether hearing one of his albums, or witnessing his energetic freestyle, the Souleye experience is definitely a journey of both sound and spirit.
JamBase will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a special show featuring The Camp Harry All-Stars, Big Light and Ron Artis II & The Truth at San Francisco’s The Chapel.
Young guitar prodigy Taz Niederauer was joined by P-Funk’s Eric McFadden and Dead & Co.’s Oteil Burbridge on Monday night.
The Flaming Lips will hit the road with The Claypool Lennon Delirium and Particle Kid for a 12-show summer tour.
Phish will soon release an official recording of their November 11, 1998 show at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan via LivePhish.
Episode 35 of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features a double dose of “Tour Stories” segments after “The Rundown.” Zach Gill tells tales of a wild “BBQ” at an ALO show, meeting the president and jamming with Eddie Vedder, while Son Volt’s Jay Farrar recalls a pair of weird incidents during his time on the road.