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Where:SOMO Village Event Center, 1400 Valley House Dr #110, Rohnert Park, California, United States, 94928
Ineffable Live and Second Octave Presents The Poke Bowl featuring Jake Shimabukuro, FIJI, Anuhea, Kanekoa, live at SOMO Village Event Center on Saturday, June 13! Tickets On-Sale NOW! ♦ SHOW INFORMATION ♦ Door Time- 5:00 PM Show Time- TBA All Ages Show- Children 5 years old and younger have free admission to SOMO Concerts when accompanied by a paid adult 18 years or older. ♦ BAND INFORMATION ♦ Jake Shimabukuro Though some still have trouble pronouncing his last name and the instrument he plays, Jake Shimabukuro (she-ma-BOO-koo-row) is recognized as one of the world's most exciting and innovative ukulele (oo-koo-LAY-lay) players and composers. Jake's latest release is Live, his first full-length CD since 2006's best-selling Gently Weeps. After taping dozens of U.S. and overseas performances Jake chose these tracks as representing "the best of the best" of his live playing. Every track reveals a different side of the ukulele: soft and sensitive at times, other times cheery and playful, occasionally dramatic, and, once in a while, hard and aggressive. The 17-song CD, released on April 14, includes 12 Shimabukuro originals (Nine versions of his best-known compositions, plus four brand-new tunes) and five covers (including a jaw-dropping version of J.S. Bach's "Two-Part Invention No. 4 in D Minor"; an amazing interpretation of "Thriller," the Rod Temperton song made famous by Michael Jackson). Of course there's a live version of George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" which might be Jake's best-recorded version yet! More on Jake Shimabukuro at jakeshimabukuro.com Fiji Polynesian recording artist George "Fiji" Veikoso is one of the most original and dynamic entertainers the Pacific Rim has produced who continues to be one of the most influential artists in contemporary Island Reggae music. Since leaving his Fijian island homeland and settling in Hawaii at the age of 14, Fiji's golde
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