Common Kings Announces Fall Tour Renamed to “Road to Maui Tour” Plus Julian Marley and Sammy Johnson to Join for Select Dates
Good Vibez Presents, festival promoters of the Holo Holo Music Festival, have just announced a free livestream of the upcoming California edition of the island music-centric gathering at Wheatland, California’s Toyota Amphitheatre on September 9th and 10th. While broadcasting their love for performers and musicians is usually the motive behind livestreaming their festivals, Good Vibez is taking this opportunity to shine a spotlight on two Hawai’i-based nonprofits that are serving the community of Maui.
Captivating fans with their seductive island rhythms and pop-infused choruses, Common Kings have added to their studio repertoire with a new full-length offering– ‘CELEBRATION’ is out today, Friday, August 25th, 2023. In support of the new record, Common Kings will embark on a massive fall tour, which kicks off September 1st in their home state of California.
The release of this highly anticipated album – a follow-up to 2017’s GRAMMY-nominated ‘Lost in Paradise’ – is out now via Island Empire/Mensch House Records.
Common Kings have announced their highly anticipated sophomore album ‘CELEBRATION’ – a follow-up to 2017’s GRAMMY-nominated ‘Lost in Paradise’ – due out August 25, 2023 via Island Empire/Mensch House Records. The record is expected to captivate fans, with the Kings’ seductive island rhythms and pop-infused choruses making the album instantly contagious. Alongside the announcement, they’ve shared the title track for the album “Celebration (One Shot)."
The 4th Annual San Diego Bayfest will be taking place on Saturday, July 8th, 2023 at the scenic Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego. With doors opening at 12pm, fans will be met with high energy musical performances accompanied by local food vendors, as well as bartenders pouring an assortment of craft beers & cocktails.
GRAMMY-nominated band Common Kings have released their brand new single "Raggamuffin" via tastemaker label Mensch House Records. The song's instantly contagious chorus of “Be the one that she needs raggamuffin, be the air that she breathe…” adds some breezy roots reggae riddims to Common Kings addictive sound.
As the sun rose over Monterey, the final day of the festival we had all waited the last three years for felt bittersweet. The anticipation was more than lived up to as the artists we have all come to know and love played with the crowd of 10,000 singing every lyric to every song behind them. Day four was packed with reggae legends and royalty both new and old as the last day of the longest Cali Roots to date sent Monterey home in style.
Island bred, Southern California based reggae sensation Common Kings has spent over a decade becoming one of the most decorated bands in the genre. Behind one of the cleanest voices in reggae, Jr King, the powerful percussion of Big Rome, the colorful antics of Mata, and the leadership of Uncle Lui, the band has risen to a status enviable by any musician, selling out some of the biggest stages in music with regularity.