Archive for the ‘Slightly Stoopid’ Category
What’s not to love about enjoying two days alongside some of the best-of-the-best artists within the reggae community in addition to soaking up the Florida sun? 2017 is shaping up to be a year to remember from a music festival perspective, as ‘Reggae Rise Up’ will be returning to St. Petersburg, FL – and its bringing another incredible lineup. (more…)
A passport, flight to Costa Rica, and transportation from the airport -– it’s all that stands in the way from an unforgettable music festival experience to welcome Spring 2017. The seventh installment of “Jungle Jam” will be held March 10-12 in Jaco, Costa Rica for three days of chart-topping reggae-rock bands, sunscreen (or sunburn) and copious amounts of good vibes. (more…)
This is the first track off of Raised Fist Records by C-Money (John Brown’s Body/Slightly Stoopid) which features a remix of R. Kelly’s “Your Body is Calling” & Manu Chao “Cumbia.” The track is called “Calling Me” and it was recorded and Mixed at legendary Skip Saylor Studios.
Here’s what C-Money had to say regarding the track: “”When I was in Slightly Stoopid and lived in Ocean Beach, I would walk everywhere. One day walking back from Miles house I had R Kelly’s ‘Your Body is Calling Me’ on a playlist right before Manu Chao’s ‘Mentira.’ I love both those songs so I was repeating them and they had similar tempos so I started singing one over the other. I had a solo show coming up at Winston’s and decided to add it to the set. It was a perfect sexy reggae jam to drop! People loved the beat and the multi-lingual aspect so I kept it in the set. That was 6 years ago! Jeff Pliskin suggested we record it as the premier release on his new record label Raised Fist Records. I was already in the studio working on new songs so we finished the recording in 4 days. This song has become a staple of our live set and one that gets people dancing every time!” Stay tuned for a follow up on the creation of Jeff Pliskin’s Raised Fist Records. Enjoy the song & video…
Founding UB40 members, vocalist Ali Campbell, second vocalist Astro and keyboardist Mickey Virtue, have come together to release an Unplugged record that will be a double disc release with the other disc being a catalog of their greatest hits dating back to the group’s 1979, Birmingham, UK inception. (more…)
Slightly Stoopid announced a West Coast Fall Tour that will see the group accompanied by Fortunate Youth and reunited with Sublime’s Miguel Happoldt with his band Perro Bravo. (more…)
Featuring a guest appearance by Kyle McDonald of Slightly Stoopid, here is a new song by The Grouch & Eligh called “People of the Sun”. The video was Directed by Matt Hobbs for Vital Films with additional filming provided by Jeff Pliskin of Raised Fist Propaganda. You can catch The Grouch & Elight with Zion I on tour with Slightly Stoopid — View the dates HERE! Enjoy the song & video…
On April 19th, 2005, Slightly Stoopid released their fourth studio album, Closer To The Sun. The album included a whopping 20 tracks, and for the first time ever, the album will be available for Vinyl pleasure starting June 3rd, 2016. (more…)
Your favorite four-night fiesta, Closer to the Sun, announces its anticipated return to Puerto Morelos, Mexico! Hosted by Slightly Stoopid, the guys have invited some of the hottest reggae bands to accompany them on the Closer to the Sun beach stage. (more…)
Slightly Stoopid returned to TRI Studios on April 21st performing 30 songs with guest appearances by Chali2na, Marlon Asher, Bob Weir, Don Carlos, and Angelo Moore of Fishbone. To recognize the passing of Prince, Slightly Stoopid closed out the live performance webcast with a cover of “Purple Rain” with Angelo Moore on lead vocals. The cover was sensational as it was unplanned considering the news was announced earlier that afternoon of Prince’s passing. You can read more about Stoopid’s return to TRI Studios from our publish ahead of the webcast by clicking HERE!
Enjoy the performance below and stay tuned for more videos from this set.
On April 21st, 2016, Slightly Stoopid returns to TRI Studios for a live performance and webcast joined by Karl Denson, Angelo Moore of Fishbone, Marlon Asher and Roger Rivas of The Aggrolites. The group last visited the studio for a live performance back in 2011. (more…)
On Sale now, tickets for the summer tour you won’t want to miss! Slightly Stoopid presents, Return of the Red Eye Summer Tour. Hosting their 9th annual coast-to-coast summer tour Slightly Stoopid is joined by SOJA, Zion I, The Grouch & Eligh, and Fortunate Youth. (more…)