Howâ€™d The Show Go? â€¨By: sandieganliz
The 4/20 show took place at Club Kingston, which happens every Wednesday night in Ocean Beach at Winstonâ€™s. Dub Lounge International, Tommy Dubs, and Maka & I Sight Band took to the stage, and entertained a nice crowd.
I didnâ€™t catch Maka & I Sight Band, but I have caught them getting down before, and I recall enjoying their roots-reggae. Also, I recall them acknowledging their 10 year relationship with Club Kingstonâ€™s host DJ Carlos Culture.
[Maka is a San Diego native who has been performing in reggae bands throughout Hawaii and California for over 25 years. NUG caught his show earlier the same day at the 4/20 Cheba Hut Event and were stoked on the positive, mellow vibe he brought to the event.]
Tommy Dubs was next and played some progressive-sounding reggae. They had a nice long set, and entertained the crowd well with their music. Dub Lounge International from Seattle finished the night, and played some easy-going reggae. I state â€œeasy-goingâ€ because there was definitely a romantic touch and nice, easy instrumentals. They also played some rocksteady reggae. Overall, they made the night feel irie with their music and story.