Positive Rising, The NorthShore Band and Foreign Talks play Cultura Event Center April 8

April 8, 2017 @ 9:00 pm
Cultura Event Center
5602 S Washington St
Tacoma, WA 98409
$8 Adv. $4 price increase day of show

Positive Rising Flyer


Positive Rising

Positive Rising is a Seattle based Reggae band who’s members have been rooted in the Reggae community for over 10 years.They formed in the summer of 2011 and they strive to bring a positive message put to catchy hooks and dancable grooves. They haved shared the stage with such acts as Natural Vibrations, Easy Star All Stars, Josh Heinrichs & Skillinjah, Kyle & C-Money of Slightly Stoopid, Tomorrows Bad Seeds and Josh Fischel as well as other local acts such as Valley Green, The Highlife Band,The Approach and Tribal Order just to name a few.

The Northshore Band

The NorthShore Band was created by Landon Jackson. A mix between reggae, rock dub jazz funk fusion with a Stick Figure & Pink Floyd groove influence.

Foreign Talks

Foreign Talks are an Indie/Alternative/Folk/Reggae band from Vancouver, WA (just north of Portland, OR). The band is composed of brothers Madison Fischer (lead vocals, percussion) and Marcus Fischer (lead vocals, guitar, bass), Tanner Steinmetz (guitar, bass, backing vocals), and Kevin Downes (guitar, backing vocals, percussion.)
Formed in 2011, the members met in high school and began jamming at a local music store. They wrote their first song within minutes of playing together and the music never stopped pouring out of them. They signed with independent Portland, OR label Expunged Records in (month) of 2012 and recorded their first self-titled album with them. They are known for their surprisingly mature musical style, youthfully energetic live performances, jazz and folk influenced guitar riffs, fast-paced lyricism and hooky four part harmonies. Being only 16 years of age, Madison Fischer captivates audiences with his unique and powerful, angel-like vocals; a complimenting contrast with his older brother’s speedy hip-hop influenced lyricism and deep vocal abilities reminiscent of swing era artists of the 40’s and 50’s.
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