Lion House Presents
BLUE KING BROWN
The mighty Blue King Brown returns to the stage!
Australia's premier live urban roots & reggae powerhouse of socially conscious grooves and sounds is lead by the multi talented, relentless energy of Nattali Rize. Powerful vocal & lyrical delivery's meet a roots, rock & afro groove mash-up built on an irrepressible percussive foundation.
Their power packed live show is second to none & now world renowned, they've played across the planet, through Europe, UK, Canada, USA, & Japan rocking crowds from Tokyo to Texas and everywhere in between and have shared stages and with the likes of SANTANA, Damian Marley, Julian Marley, Spearhead, John Butler & Lauryn Hill to name a few. An Australian festival favourite, International tours have also included appearances at Glastonbury (UK), Montreal Jazz Fest (CAN), Summersonic (Japan), Reggae on the River (USA) & Ostroda Reggae Festival (POLAND), Gurten Festival (Switzerland) to name a few.
"After spending most of the year in studio mode and off the road, we are proud to be bringing our new album, BORN FREE, to the world, and returning to the stage with the full force live show." - Nattali Rize
The production team on the new album includes Notis (Kingston, Jamaica), Mista Savona (Australia), Styalz Fuego (2012 Aria Producer of the Year), Chris Macro (New Zealand, Macro Dubplates, Scribe / Katchafire) and Multi Grammy Award mix engineer James 'Bonzai' Caruso (Damian Marley / Stephen Marley, Gwen Stefani and many more) Always breaking new sonic ground, the new album features a host of varied global collaborations.
Do not miss these rare opportunities to see this band before they head back overseas as their global mission continues.
"Nattali is a bright light in the world with a vision that extends beyond the stage and together with the rest of the band raise the roof off every show they play. I love em!!!" - Michael Franti (Spearhead)
"They are the voice of the street and the band of the future!" - Carlos Santana
"...One of the nation's most refreshing voices." - Rolling Stone