Bring your digital recorders to the show as The Dropa Stone's live concerts promise to deliver on technique and performance.
Orlando, FL; New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Fresh off of a studio album release and 2012 tour, The Dropa Stone is gearing up for their anticipated return to the House of Blues. The band has been waiting to unveil new music for this show, which they plan to take into the studio this spring with producer Justin Beckler for a new album. The group last performed at House of Blues to a capacity crowd last March, celebrating the release of "Starry Messenger."
The band has also released a short film titled "Riding the Musical Wave," which captures the essence of the band by providing insight into what motivates and drives their music, live shows and philosophy. The promo video was produced by Jay Snyder of Jay Brian Productions, who followed the band around with his camera during several shows of the tour. Live footage and interviews included were shot from performances at Hard Rock Live, Dunedin Brewery, The Social, Preservation Pub and House of Blues.
Consisting of Jon Meyers (Vocals/Guitar), Justin Henry (Lead Guitar), Joe Lederman (Drums) and Will Richey (Bass), The Dropa Stone is known for their powerful live performances and progressive leaning original music which showcases their distinctive brand of psychedelic rock with funk, blues and reggae. They display an uncanny ability to meld together contagious melodies, textured grooves, catchy vocals and jam based instrumentation.
The past year was a busy one for The Dropa Stone. Besides releasing a new album and concerts stretching from Florida to Tennessee, the band announced a new sponsorship with popular Vegan alternative food brands, Tofurky and Turtle Island Foods. This first of its kind partnership was ignited by the band's Vegetarian lifestyle on the road.
"Tofurky is excited to announce our first ever sponsorship of a plant powered band, The Dropa Stone." We are happy to provide them with delicious Tofurky products to keep them fueled on the road," said head of marketing, Lisa Shapiro.
Fans can catch The Dropa Stone live at the House of Blues this coming Friday, February 22nd. Doors open at 7 PM and the band hits the stage at 8:30 PM. Expect the band to pull out many surprises for this one.
“Bring your digital recorders to the show as The Dropa Stone's live concerts promise to deliver on technique and performance," says Trace Thomas of Masterlab and KDS Studios. “Look for an impress showing at venues and festivals nationwide in 2013."
Digital download and purchase of "Starry Messenger" can be found on iTunes, the group's Bandcamp page and other digital media outlets. "Riding the Musical Wave" can be viewed for free on the group's YouTube channel.
Fans can enter the world of The Dropa Stone by visiting their official web site and social media links below.