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|Apr 19||Rebelution With Common Kings||U.S. Cellular Stage at The Bijou Theatre Knoxville, Tennessee||Find Tickets|
|Apr 20||Rebelution, Cypress Hill, Juicy J, Tribal Seeds, Nipsey Hussle, Ty Dolla $ign, A-1, Stick Figure||Pozo Saloon Santa Margarita, California||Find Tickets|
|May 3||Sunfest - Saturday||Downtown West Palm Beach West Palm Beach, Florida||Find Tickets|
|May 24||California Roots Festival - Saturday||Monterey Fairgrounds Monterey, California||Find Tickets|
|Jun 11||Rebelution||The Gramercy Theatre (The Blender Theatre) New York, New York||Find Tickets|
|Jun 12||REBELUTION Count Me In Summer Tour With Iration, The Green and Stick Figure||House of Blues - Boston Boston, Massachusetts||Find Tickets|
|Jun 13||REBELUTION Count Me In Summer Tour Iration, The Green and Stick Figure||The Stone Pony Asbury Park, New Jersey||Find Tickets|
|Jun 14||Rebelution with Iration and The Green||Festival Pier Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Jun 15||Rebelution with Iration and The Green||Pier Six Concert Pavilion Baltimore, Maryland||Find Tickets|
|Jun 18||Rebelution||Snagajob Pavillion Glen Allen, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Jun 19||Rebelution with special guests Iration, The Green & Stick Figure||House Of Blues - Myrtle Beach North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Jun 20||Rebelution with Iration and The Green||The Fillmore Charlotte Charlotte, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Jun 21||Rebelution with Iration and The Green||nTelos Wireless Pavilion Portsmouth, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Jun 25||Rebelution||Jannus Live Saint Petersburg, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Jun 26||Rebelution||Jannus Live Saint Petersburg, Florida||Find Tickets|
Rebelution is one of the latest reggae bands to emerge from the burgeoning California reggae scene. Rebelution has their reggae roots in the fertile ground of Isla Vista, a Santa Barbara community in California, and initially made a name for themselves playing local shows. These laid-back, relaxed concert dates that shaped not only their future music, but also their hugely successful tour dates. The band's popularity is due in part to the velvet smooth vocal stylings of lead singer Eric Rachmany and simple yet melodic reggae riffs. Recently, Rebelution spread the seeds of their homegrown reggae at tour dates on the 2011 Winter Greens Tour. Now fans can look forward to tour dates on the 2011 Seedless Summer Tour with Slightly Stoopid.
Rebelution began as a college band between friends Eric Rachmany (lead singer/guitar), Matt Valesquez (vocals/guitar), Rory Carey (keyboard), Wesly Finney (drums), and Marley Williams (bass). The band played local concert dates and their slight popularity prompted the group to produce a self-titled EP in 2006. With both their album and shows becoming popular in a town known for its love of music, Rebelution found the perfect company to release its first full-length album: Controlled Substance Sound Labs.
Rebelution's album, Courage to Grow, released in June of 2007 to great success, with the single "Safe and Sound" playing on radio stations from San Francisco to San Diego. Commercial success continued when the album reached #4 on Billboard's Top Reggae Albums, launching Rebelution into the public eye. Unfortunately, guitarist Matt Velasquez left shortly after the album's release, leaving the band short a guitar and a set of pipes. Instead of replacing Velasquez, Rebelution continued to record albums and play tour dates as a four-piece band.
However, Velasquez's departure didn't hinder Rebelution, as the reggae group founded their own record label - 87 Music - to release their follow-up album. Bright Side of Life was released in August 2009 and earned even more success than the previous album, this time reaching the #1 spot on Billboard's Top Reggae Albums. The album also took the #1 reggae spot on iTunes, placing #3 in overall top albums in the United States.
The success of the album sent Rebelution on a number of concert dates in 2010, including the Harmony Festival in Santa Rosa, CA with label mates The Expendables and Slightly Stoopid. Even after recently releasing their Remix EP, Rebelution is continuing to perform a number of 2011 tour dates. Rebelution is starting summer off right with a number of scheduled tour dates for 2011 music festivals in the states, including: The Wakarusa Music Festival, CrossroadsKC, the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival, the Dave Matthews Band Caravan Festival, and the High Sierra World Music Festival. After a concert dates at the All Good Music Festival, Rebelution is heading out on 2011 tour dates on the Seedless Summer Tour with Slightly Stoopid and Shwayze & Cisco Adler. The first concert date is on July 21 in Missoula, Montana and end on August 27 in Chicago, which will subsequently end Rebelution's scheduled tour dates in 2011. With such a busy year, fans can't expect Rebelution to schedule many more tour dates in 2011, so they take the opportunity to these darlings of the reggae scene.
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