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Yogoman Burning Band

September 29, 2023 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

$2 – $100.00

Band Leader/Conductor/Songwriter Jordan Rain/YOGOMAN is a world-class drummer and highly dynamic singer who leads his band from the drum kit. Rain formed YOGOMAN Burning Band in 2005 to bring musical sunshine to his often rainy Pacific Northwest region by way of his original mix of Jamaican and New Orleans Dance Riddims. YOGOMAN Burning Band engages and compels audiences to get up and dance with shout-outs, sing a long, and call and response lyrics, bringing to mind artists such as Toots & The Maytals, Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Bob Marley, James Brown, and the Meters. YOGOMAN’s music removes the barriers between the audience, entertainers, and the industry, making it a community party.

Aiming to connect with people of all ages and backgrounds through vibrant dance music, Rain is building off the rhythmic foundation of his favorite music from around the globe coupled with his innate sense of harmony. From beats to melodies to lyrics, Rain communicates primarily with energy and intuition along with his voice and cues from the drum set to the YOGOMAN Burning Band players and audience simultaneously, making each performance a new experience.

YOGOMAN Burning Band travels widely to play festivals, private parties, weddings, and anywhere a celebration is needed. YOGOMAN Burning Band is internationally recognized for a ridiculously fun and top-quality musical experience. Rain’s aim is to travel to as many places as he can with YOGOMAN Burning Band, spreading as much love and community through music as possible in his life, with his family and friends.

YOGOMAN Burning Band has been voted and awarded the following:

* BEST BAND/MUSICIAN by Cascadia Weekly Magazine

* BEST BOOTY SHAKIN’ MUSIC by What’s Up Music Magazine

* BEST UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL by What’s Up Music Magazine

* BEST SELLING LOCAL ALBUM at Everyday Music (Bellingham)

* LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD by What’s Up Music Magazine

* WINNER OF LAST BAND STANDING CONTEST by KISM 92.9FM

YOGOMAN Burning Man has opened for the world-famous Skatalites in Seattle and Los Angeles and recently completed a tour with Jamaican reggae legend and pioneer Winston “Flames” Jarrett of Alton Ellis and the Flames.

YOGOMAN Burning Band has also shared the stage with other Jamaican Music legends including Toots & The Maytals, Third World, Clinton Fearon (of the Gladiators), and Pato Banton, while also co-billing with contemporary star groups such as Iron & Wine, Lost Bayou Ramblers, ORGONE, Dengue Fever, Cave Singers, Camper Van Beethoven, RJD2, and collaborating live on stage with Pato Banton, Winstrong, SambAmore, Lucky Brown, the Polyrhythmics, Junior Reid (Black Uhuru), Blue Scholars and Earles Of Newtown.

With multiple appearances at Nevada’s Burning Man festival to repeat performances at Reggae on the River in Humboldt County, to amazing gigs at Victoria BC’s Skafest and down in New Orleans, Rain is continuing to work toward his dream of traveling to as many places as he can with YOGOMAN Burning Band, spreading love and community through music with his family and friends.

Details

Date:
September 29, 2023
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$2 – $100.00
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.theseasonsyakima.com/events/the-seasons-presents/yogoman-burning-band

Venue

The Seasons Performance Hall
101 N Naches Avenue
Yakima, WA 98901 United States
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Phone
509-453-1888
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