Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew, Darryl Morris Band

Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew

Darryl Morris Band

Friday, March 1

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$12.00

This event is 21 and over

  • Darryl Morris Band - 8:15
  • Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew - 9:00

Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew
Oriri & The Soulhouse Crew
Oriri was born in Nigeria. He got his start in music as a keyboard player for his fathers afro highlife band. He spent many years composing and recording original music with his fathers Ulele Power Sound group and always wanted to do the same with other musicians.

The Soulhouse Crew was formed in early 2018 in Culver City, California and is made up of musicians with diverse international roots.
Oriri (Guitar, Vocals) as already stated was born in Benin City, Nigeria in West Africa. Natsumi (keys) is a Japanese classical trained pianist. Nick (Bass) is a first generation Argentine American with a music degree from Cal State LA. Andre (Drums) is a multi-instrumentalist from Minneapolis and Adam (Guitar) is California native with strong roots in Mexico. This chance union of diverse musician makes the groups message of love and human connection strong as evident in their songs “Color Blind” and “Benin to Memphis”.
Oriri and The Soulhouse Crew will be playing a blend of Afro Rock, Soul and Ska music with influence from Fela Kuti, Bob Marley and all the millions of sounds they have come across in the world. “We look forward to sharing a fun time with you filled with relatable song themes and soulful reflective melodies to go with it”
For more info on Oriri’s local gigs and to purchase tickets, check out Oriri’s Instagram @oririmusic.
Darryl Morris Band
Darryl Morris Band
Darryl Morris is a gifted minstrel who offers a blend of acoustic music that is introspective and reflective of life's deeper meanings and mysteries. He strives to offer everything one would crave in a songwriter - passion, originality, and important message that encourage listeners to know themselves a little better.
A transcendent singer-songwriter, Darryl has been influenced by those who have a message. The primary and spiritual sources of his music come from such activists as Dr. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Angela Davis. He has also been musically influenced by the brilliance and the melodic imagery of Jimmy Hendrix and Freddie Mercury of Queen, and the lyrical perseverance of James Taylor, Tracy Chapman, Bernie Taupin, and John Waite.
Darryl has been welcomed and received as a solo acoustic artist in various venues and some of the finest Colleges and Universities throughout the country. Darryl would like to have the opportunity to perform music that can be experienced by all people of the world regardless of age, sex, color and/or ethnic origins. His main goal is to make a positive impact on an individual's consciousness by creating music to be enjoyed and remembered.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/