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|Aug 7||Aloe Blacc||Grand Arena Cape Town, ZAF||Find Tickets|
|Aug 13||Get On Up - A James Brown Celebration featuring Christian McBride, Bettye LaVette, Aloe Blacc, The Los Angeles Philharmonic and more||Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, California||Find Tickets|
|Aug 29||Aloe Blacc||Palau de la Música Catalana Barcelona, ESP||Find Tickets|
|Sep 28||Aloe Blacc||The Majestic Theatre Dallas, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Oct 18||Soulfest||Victoria Park Goulburn, AUS||Find Tickets|
|Oct 19||Aloe Blacc - Soulfest 2014||Yarra Park Melbourne, AUS||Find Tickets|
|Oct 21||Aloe Blacc||Auckland Town Hall Auckland, NZL||Find Tickets|
|Oct 25||Soulfest||Brisbane Riverstage Brisbane, AUS||Find Tickets|
So Cal native Aloe Blacc began his recording career as an MC back in 1995, when he joined up with hip-hop producer Exile to form the mainstay indie rap group, Emanon. A few years later, Aloe would stow away on a Lootpack European tour and become fast friends with Oh No a relationship which led to many fruitful collaborations as a solo artist.
These days, Aloe Blacc has evolved into a true Renaissance man. Recordings like his Latin cover of John Legends Ordinary People prove that not only can this multi-instrumentalist produce, rap and sing but he can flip it in Spanish, too. With an amazingly broad set of influences ranging widely from the acoustic guitar stylings of folk artist Cat Stevens, to the soul-stirring sounds of the Negro Spirituals, Aloe prides himself on the spectrum of his musical roots. His sound often forays into the digital R&B realm, but always grooves with a tinge of Latin and the pulse of hip-hop.
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