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Stick Figure’s Livin’ It Fall Tour 2014

While currently on the road touring the nation for the Count Me In Tour, the Massachusetts born reggae-dub artist turned Cali-native known as Stick Figure has shown no signs of slowing down in the months to come.
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On Tuesday, August 5th, Stick Figure released a brand new version of the classic, “Livin’ It.” Originally found in the 2009 full-length, Smoke Stack, the single’s newest rendition has been shortened by almost 2 minutes and hosts an all-new revamped sound.

Just recently while on the California leg of the Count Me In Tour with reggae heavy-hitters Rebelution, Iration, and The Green, Scott Woodruff and company have announced plans for their own headlining tour to come in the fall. The tour will be dubbed the Livin’ It Fall Tour 2014 and will feature direct support from fellow California-based reggae artists, Hirie and Pacific Dub. Beginning on September 2nd, the tour kicks off in Flagstaff, Arizona, before heading as far east as New York and Florida and coming back to the West coast to conclude the 34-date tour at a world famous theater in Los Angeles known as The Roxy.

[Related: Stick Figure’s Smokin Love w/Collie Buddz]

Stick Figure continues to move forward as they are still rolling off the success of the feel-good summer hit, “Smokin’ Love,” featuring Collie Buddz. The live band’s keyboardist, K Bong, also dropped his debut full-length album, Hopes and Dreams, earlier this summer. Kevin Offitzer, Stick Figure’s performing drummer, has also been offering drum lessons while on the road to keep busy.

You can check all the dates for the Livin’ It Fall Tour 2014 as well as take a listen and download the re-released version of “Livin’ It” below!

Stick figure Tour Dates


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Article By: David Garcia


Listen: Stick Figure – Livin’ It (Radio Edit)


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