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Oigo -Feel Good Folk Dub

Saturday, April 21 2018 - 6:00 pm

"OIGO is politely irreverent music, curated by Suenalo's Adrian Gonzalez. Familiar songs presented in a slightly unfamiliar way, interspersed with pleasantly agreeable original tunes. Feel Good Folk Dub."

Frontline

Sunday, April 22 2018 - 6:00 pm

From Motown to Pop and everything in between!

Jay Valor- Brings a Lil' bit of Country

Friday, April 27 2018 - 6:00 pm

Jay Valor is a breath of fresh air in a musical climate lacking substance. Jay Valor and his band have given South Florida music a run for it's money providing quality songs filled with passion and immense attention to detail. From bars to bayous Jay Valor's songs have touched a variety of music lovers in Florida and beyond.
After 4 years of persistance and commitment, Jay Valor released his first EP titled Born to Run.
Featuring their single "Make Up Your Mind," Valor's lyrics bring an emotional narrative that is far removed from flatbeds and beer.
Bringing a lil' bit of Country to Monty's

Brothers of Others

Saturday, April 28 2018 - 6:00 pm

Brothers of Others stand on the shoulders of rock & roll legends and leap right off. They capture the essence of favorite classics while painting with their own musical color, walking the line between maintaining and transforming; playing something familiar yet fresh and new. At the beginning of 2014, Brothers of Others settled on a band name and began to perform all over South Florida, including regular shows at the famous Lorelei Cabana in The Keys, Liquor Lounge in South Beach, Copper Blues in West Palm Beach, Hard Rock Café Hollywood, Bardot in Miami and various private shows. For the past few years, the band has continued to entertain South Beach audiences at The Ritz Carlton The Loews hotel. Currently, the band is recording their first full-length album and cultivating an ever-growing fan base.

JUke

Sunday, April 29 2018 - 6:00 pm

Hailing from Miami, JUke is a new breed of Post-blues and the brainchild of singer/songwriter/harmonica whiz, Eric Garcia, who was dissatisfied with most dated, non-threatening traditional blues. Eric felt the need to bring the angst and power back into the type of music that seemed to lose some of it's relevance and impact.
JUke's songwriting is one of the things that separate them from the pack. The subject matter and lyrical content has long been hailed by their fans and only adds to their legend. Couple that with their performance and musicianship, and you have a band you can learn to love.