Listen Hear: BLP’s Rockout With Your Cookout and Jam Cruise 10 Announcements!

Brotherly Love Productions is hosting a slew of May shows, most interestingly a series of Sunday night parties at Delray’s Hurricane Bar and Lounge they call Rockout With Your Cookout. These events are free to attend and include a free cookout from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. for bar patrons.

The artist featured will change each week. On May 8, Orlando’s reggae-funk mix, Savi Fernandez Band, will take the stage. May 15 will feature the music of Nick Noyes and Friends. May 29 features Jacksonville’s Saltwater Grass.

There’s no reason not to attend at least one of these parties. I mean, free jams and free food? Really? It doesn’t get much better than that.

In other news, the 10th Jam Cruise was announced today. The MSC Poesia sails from January 9 to 14 with stops in Labadee, Haiti and Falmouth, Jamaica. Among the myriad of stellar performers set to perform include Umphrey’s McGee, Soulive, members of Dumpstaphunk, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, EOTO, Galactic, Railroad Earth and a final performance by The New Deal. There are way too many more outstanding acts to keep listing here. For the complete lineup for Jam Cruise 10, click here.

Cabins go on sale at noon on May 24.

Pre-Cruise parties will be hosted at Revolution Live featuring Umphrey’s McGee and Toubab Krewe on January 7 and Umphrey’s McGee and The New Mastersounds on January 8.

And there’s more. More like third-wave ska legends Reel Big Fish and Streetlight Manifesto at Revolution Live and reggae superstar Matisyahu at the Fillmore Miami Beach in August. For more information on those shows, click here.

Keep checking in for more live music updates as they come in!

-Chris Lazaga

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About clazaga5

I am a music writer. I graduated from FIU's School of Journalism and Mass Communications in April, 2011. I've always had a passion for music. Since high school, I've been involved in a few bands and written a good number of original songs. I loved going to shows and seeing live music. So when the notion struck me to combine the two, it seemed only logical that I write about live music when and wherever I find it. This blog is what came of that notion.
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