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Celebrated Los Angeles culture-mashers and multiple Grammy Award winners, Ozomatli, are venturing into a new realm of creativity with the upcoming release of their enchanting children’s book, "Moose on the Loose." Inspired by their hit children’s song from their family-friendly album, Ozomatli presents Ozokidz, this book brings the magic of Ozokidz’ music alive, page after captivating page. Available for pre-order now, in stores on September 19, 2023.
 

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Brew Ha Ha Productions has announced that 100% of profits from their upcoming Left Coast Luau event will be given to Maui Strong Fund / Hawaii Community Foundation to help those affected by the tragic wildfires in Maui this month.

Brew Ha Ha Productions’ President Cameron Collins released the following statement:

Boulder, Colorado's historic Chautauqua Auditorium, originally erected in 1898, has been a beacon of American culture, hosting a spectrum of performances from lectures to music. Its 125th anniversary, marked on July 8th, 2023, offered a vibrant collage of celebration elements, including gastronomy, local craft, microbrews, and of course, music.

On July 7th & 8th The LAWN at Surf Hotel will welcome the iconic artists Ozomatli and Stephen Marley for their debut performance in Buena Vista, Colorado. This celebration of Reggae and Roots music will also feature DJ Matt Cassidy and Rasta Stevie on Friday, with Arise Roots opening for Stephen Marley on Saturday.

In collaboration with non-profit art studio Soundwaves Art Foundation, a number of Blue Élan Records artists have joined together to sell limited-edition, autographed artworks made from the soundwaves of their songs.  The artworks, created by artist and founder of Soundwaves Art Foundation Tim Wakefield, will be sold to raise funds for Sweet Relief Musicians Fund which provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians and music industry workers who are faced with physical or mental health issues, disabilit

The journey of Los Lobos began in 1973, 50 years ago this year, when David Hidalgo (vocals, guitar, and pretty much anything with strings), Louie Perez (drums, vocals, guitar), Cesar Rosas (vocals, guitar), and Conrad Lozano (bass, vocals, guitarrón) earned their stripes playing revved-up versions of Mexican folk music in restaurants and at parties. The band evolved in the 1980s as it tapped into L.A.’s burgeoning punk and college rock scenes. They were soon sharing bills with bands like the Circle Jerks, Public Image Ltd.

Three-time Grammy Award winning Los Angeles-based band, OZOMATLI, announce exciting spring and summer tour dates including a weekly residency at Venice West in Venice, CA every Thursday throughout April. The funk, salsa, jazz, reggae and hip-hop influenced band recently celebrated their 25th Anniversary by releasing their ninth studio album, Marching On, to much fan and critical praise.

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Three-time Grammy Award winning Los Angeles-based band, OZOMATLI, release ~ Marching On ~ their first studio album since the critically acclaimed, 2017 reggae twisted Non-Stop: Mexico to Jamaica.  This new album also marks their debut with new label, Blue Élan Records.

Listen to Marching On now

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One year after performing for Verse’s grand reopening, Ozomatli returns for an artist residency featuring live performances, guest appearances and a carefully crafted menu by Ozomatli & Chef Oscar. Friends since High School, owner Manny Marroquin, and Ozomatli begin a new chapter together exploring a live musical and culinary collaboration. Curated signature cocktails and planned “Ozo’fied” dishes will tantalize all the senses for those fortunate diners in attendance at each residency event.

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The three-time Grammy Award winning band, OZOMATLI, continue to release more new music from their forthcoming album Marching On.  New single, “Una Mas,” is available today on all digital services. Also announced today, an intimate special conversation and performance at the Grammy Museum on July 14th. Tickets are on sale, more info here.

Listen to “Una Mas” now

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