Halloween Night Dance Party Features Milele Roots And Soul Mechanic

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Local reggae group Milele Roots will be joined by up and coming Soul Mechanic for a Halloween dance party Halloween night at Rhythm and Brews. This will be the first time these two acts have joined forces, and fans can expect to hear some of their favorite Halloween jams in addition to original music by both groups. 

Milele Roots is a 9-piece reggae band hailing from Chattanooga, that just recently celebrated their 16th year playing music together. Over the years they have shared the stage with The Wailers, Medeski Martin and Wood, G Love & Special Sauce, and the North Mississippi All-Stars.  

Known for their bass-heavy sound, Soul Mechanic will offer its repertoire of funk mixed with fresh tracks and a dance-friendly ambiance.   Their influences include Widespread Panic, 311, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Guests can come in costume expect to dance all night. There will be male and female costume contests. 

Doors open at 9 p.m. and there is a $7 cover. 



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