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Soja tickets at Brooklyn Bowl - Las Vegas,Las Vegas,NV on 5/19 8:00PM
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Soja tickets at The Observatory,Santa Ana,CA on 5/21 8:00PM
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Details of Soja and the Ticket Luck value
Soja, previously acknowledged as ‘Soldiers of Jah Army,’ was originated in Virginia. If you are a listener of folk music, you must be familiar with this sensational band. Some of their most popular songs include "Everything Changes", "Here I Am (SOJA)", "You Don’t Know Me (Soja)", "True love" etc. Marching up the ladder of success with their fourth album, they are now ready for some touring. If you want your beloved band to perform some of the classiest pieces live, this is the perfect chance for your to book Soja tickets and witness your dream event.
Their album, "Strength to Survive" is a classy blend of zeitgeist-capturing, urgent themes and hot-rod reggae grooves which will intoxicate your senses. The album has swept the audience off its feet peaking consistently at number one on Billboard Reggae Album Chart for sixty-one weeks in a stretch now. The album is embedded with messages and call for unity, to blur the ethnic and cultural boundaries, a revolution and anticipation for the world to act like one family. With reviews such as "Revolutionary Reggae Flows via SOJA" by MTV Iggy, they have definitely proved their mark on the music scene worldwide.
Soja won the Pier Award categories of Music Video of the Year and Artist of the Year in the year 2012 which a great accomplishment, Reggaeville ranked Soja’s latest album, "Strength To Survive" as the Album of the Year. Billboard records that the band is rooted in their concern for their society. They are socially aware and raise question for social and environmental security.
The course of the last few years has placed Soja on a remarkable stature. The group has sold over two hundred thousand albums so far, performed at famous and hefty amphitheaters and theaters in numerous countries across the globe. They are thriving in performance because they are the demand of the twenty-first century music palate. Be a part of their grand tour and experience the musical ecstasy this band has to offer.
One of the leading members of the band recently noted in an interview with the media, "Music is a leader you don't have to vote for and it speaks to the hearts of every human race." The definition stands tall if applied to their own example. This band has been able to connect with its fans from the get-go.
They are unique and their talent speaks louder than words; with more than forty million YouTube views, over two million Facebook fan following, they are ruling the hearts of their fans. They present a different brand of reggae, and fans have tuned themselves perfectly to their beat. This reggae band fusions pop with reggae, operating on weighty lyrics, propel the idea of a world which is short of borders and perimeters.; the world deriving its energy from natural resources like sun and wind. Their commitment to their philosophy and passion has acquired them a huge fan following.
Soja, which comprises of eight members in all has spent the last year and a half gliding through one venue to another, amassing crowds into their fan club. Their admirers seem to multiply with each tour every year. Jacob Hemphill is the lead vocalist and guitarist, Patrick O’Shea plays the keyboard, Bob provides the service of bass and vocals, Ryan Berty plays the drum, Brownell at the percussion, Escoria with the saxophone, Rodriguez plays the trumpet and Trevor Young plays the guitar. The band incorporates various instruments and it is the outstanding synchronization of all the harmonies that brings out the robust folk flavors. Soja’s extensive tour for the year 2013 begins in October, spanning till December so acquaint yourselves with their schedule and grab the Soja tickets.
As far as the media is concerned, Soja has gathered positive reviews from all around the corner. Relix reports it as, "The transcendental appeal of the Washington, D.C.- based SOJA has as much to do with their simply and traditionally constructed reggae tunes as it does with their universally appealing messages of hope and peace…" They promulgate social activism through their art but instead of creating rebels, this band proclaims the message of tolerance and harmony.