IziiOuta & Elitastar
Ark Angel OutaNationalz would like to thank the whole Coppersmiths staff in South Boston for a great event on August the 28th in South Boston. Coppersmiths is an amazing new Bar/Restaurant that has an amazing vibe, as it was built inside an old copper factory. The band was invited to the venue to play one of their Summer Concert Series sponsored by Jim Bean. The OutaNationalz along with friends played on their rooftop bar and had a lot of fun. The view was beautiful and the people in the facility were lively and full of positive energy. Ark Angel OutaNationalz will be playing at Coppersmiths again September the 18th, 2016. Come out to Southie and vibe out with the band!!!
On July 24th 2015, the Ark Angel OutaNationalz ventured for the first time out of the state, and what better location to go than a place that has the state motto of “Live free or die”. Located in Peterborough, New Hampshire, this little town welcomes all visitors with open arms. It’s also known internationally for its in depth engagement and community support for the Performing Arts. The liveliness of the town, the energy of the crowd mixed with the melodic sounds of the OutaNationalz, came together seamlessly to set the night on fire.
The night started with the OutaNationalz playing original songs, and covers by many artist including Bob Marley. It wasn’t long before Daniel of Heirloom Seeds joined in to add the smooth sounds of his trumpet. A soulful set performed by Dinquinesh She Ra, and a couple songs by Black Royal Goddess, collectively musically filled the rest of the night with an energy too crisp to cut the air.
The Wreck Room, which is a part of the La Mia Casa Restaurant, is a place everybody should experience. From performers to the local customers, everyone was treated like they were at a big family dinner. The hospitality was like no other! The Wreck Room also holds a weekly reggae show every Wednesday night called, “Waxy Wednesdays”. Thomas Judd, a very talented sound engineer and businessman is the great organizer behind a lot of music shows and venue bookings in the reggae music scene in New England, and the organizer behind this show.
Ark Angel OutaNationalz performed at the 2nd Annual JP Porchfest on July 11th 2015. It was the first time that JP Licks on Centre street participated in the festival as a host, and graciously gave Ark Angel OutaNationalz the opportunity and space to bringreggae musicto the streets and community of Jamaica Plain. Alongside the Ark Angel Band were performances by TaLia, a Pop/Soul/Reggae Artist and Dinquinesh, a Neo-Soul artist who often collaborate with the band and have the unique gift of making their performance an interactive show. After an hour long set, the band ended with an unforgettable performance that had people from ages of 2 years old up 80years old dancing in the streets to the OutaNational Original hit “Everybody Dancing”. It was hard for anybody who walked by to not stop and join in on the fun, but that’s the kind of energy and experience you get when conscious reggae music is being spread through the vibration of love and shared with a community as one.