Beebs and Her Money Makers

Foundation Presents

Beebs and Her Money Makers

Resinated, Tropidelic, Bothering Dennis

Sat · March 18, 2017

7:00 pm

The Social

$15.00 - $18.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 18 and over

All patrons must have a valid form of identification present, regardless of age, at the time of entry for all 18+ and 21+ shows and events.

No backpacks, large bags or large purses allowed. Maximum Size 4.5″ x 6.5"

No professional audio/visual or any digital recording equipment will be allowed into the venue, without prior permission and arrangements. You must be on the artist photo pass list in order to enter with cameras with detachable lenses.

Beebs and Her Money Makers
Beebs and Her Money Makers
With the kazoo wielding songstress Beebs as their fearless leader, BaHMM is taking audiences by surprise with their high energy performances, and a refreshing never before heard blend of psychedelic rock, funk, blues, and hip-hop. Beebs and Her Money Makers origins date back to the Summer of 1969, where the band first met at an underground pool hall for " super heroes " in Upstate New York. They ...spent their first few months together traveling throughout the countryside, dropping acid, smoking grass, fighting crime and perfecting their musical stylings. When the 60's came to an end, and the hippie freak movement met it's demise, BAHMM decided to sign up for a top secret governmental experiment involving cryogenic freezing.

FLASH FORWARD TO JANUARY 1st 2010….

40 years later Beebs and Her Money Makers are released from their dormant state and unleashed upon the world yet again. It's been said that watching a BaHMM show is like a blast from the past mixed with a refreshing state, including the weed brownies. So come stoned, or come sober, or don't come at all, but watch out for these guys and gals as they will be coming to a city near you, very soon…
Resinated
Resinated
Resinated is a band from St. Petersburg, Fl. The quartet is a 4 piece pop act w/ reggae and funk influences. The guys known each other for over 10 years. They grew up on the beaches from Madeira to IRB. Kenny Mullins is a singer-songwriter from Madeira Beach, Florida and pursued Resinated as an acoustic act until reuniting w/ high school music friends and skim boarders, John Gray (Bass/Vocals) and Josh Hasak (Percussion). Singer-songwriter and high school friend, Jeff Applefield(Keys/Vocals) joined on keys and back-up vocals.

St. Pete has become a home for Resinated and they have gained radio, festival and social media exposure, building a large fanbase of "Resinators".
Resinated visits a group of genres including pop, soul, funk, reggae, alternative and jam.

Resinated's first album "Be Yourself" (unreleased) recorded in June 2011 at Audio Impact of Clearwater, Fl w/ engineer Andy Wombach and producer Kenny Mullins.

Resinated released "Hand's off" EP in December 2012. Recorded at Sound Lounge Studios in Orlando, Fl with producer Kenny Mullins, Greg Shields and engineer/producer Mike Stebe. Mastered by Mike Stebe.

Resinated released "Smoke Signals" LP on Right Coast Records owned by Howi Spangler of Ballyhoo! in February 2015. Recorded at Sound Lounge Studios in Orlando, Fl with producer Kenny Mullins, Greg Shields and engineer/producer Mike Stebe. Mastered by Mike Stebe.

Resinated has put their stamp on the East and West coast markets over the past 3 years. Have toured w/ Ballyhoo!, Collie Buddz, The Wailers and a lot of similar acts in the reggae/rock/roots genre.

Sharing stages with many bands including Collie Buddz, Slightly Stoopid, Tribals Seeds, Steel Pulse, The Expendables, Ballyhoo!, Stick Figure, Iration, The Movement, Passafire, Maxi Priests, Pepper, Stephen Marley, Eve 6, Everclear, Erykah Badu, Taleb Kweli, OAR, and have played Blackwater Music Fest, Chillin Music Fest, Gasparilla Music Festival, Reggae Rise Up, and a ton more local and national concerts/festivals and always adding new ones to the roster.
Tropidelic
Tropidelic
Tropidelic formed in 2007 along the banks of the Cuyahoga River in the murky town of Kent, Ohio. Fusing energetic reggae, hip-hop and funk, the group built a local following distributing over 5000 free copies of their first EP, "Rebirth of The Dope" on campuses and street corners throughout the region. In 2010, the group relocated to Cleveland and bolstered themselves as an area favorite through consistent performances at venues like House Of Blues, Mr. Smalls and Nelson Ledges Quarry Park, supporting acts like 311, Sublime w/Rome, Slightly Stoopid, Pepper, The Wailers, The Dirty Heads, Soja & many more. Their 2010 release, "Erie Vibes & Irie Tides" received airplay
on many area radio stations including CBS-owned 92.3 FM. In 2011, Tropidelic was chosen from a large national pool to perform at Bamboozle in East Rutherford, NJ which boasts an annual draw of 50,000+ attendees. Their first full length album, "All Heads Unite" was released in November 2012. The roughneck Rust Belt reggae riders, along with their Tropidelic Family, continue to bring their Midwest party sound to festivals and venues throughout the region.
Bothering Dennis
Bothering Dennis
We started playing together in the summer of 2012. Shortly after winning our high-school's Battle of the Bands we began playing at open mic nights and bars around town. We've been gigging since then and we've gradually started to work our way up the ladder of the scene here in central Florida. We've been fortunate enough to have the support of our school, our friends, and our families and have earned great opportunities such as playing at The Big O Festival (2014) and the 2015 Florida Music Festival. By selling shirts out of a guitar case and performing every chance we get we were able to save enough money to record our very own album consisting of 10 original songs. Due to our varying but compatible musical influences our covers range from the Arctic Monkeys to Chuck Berry. We love playing together and we never take ourselves too seriously which allows us to be just as comfortable on stage as we are in the garage.
Venue Information:
The Social
54 North Orange Ave
Orlando, FL, 32801
http://www.thesocial.org/