Play in the Black Box: Sounds from Berklee College of MusicTubby Love

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Wednesday / March 24, 2010 / 6:30 p.m.
Mosesian Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal Street
United States
Tubby Love

Play in the Black Box is the first series at the Arsenal Center for the Arts featuring Berklee students—an intimate and personal experience for every concertgoer. Tubby Love will be performing music tonight from new album Tubby Love and Graymation.

It's not the size of the band, its the size of the Love. Here to spread the message of purely positive vibrations, Tubby Love is a heady force of futuristic reggae fusion. With songs like "Constant Motion" and "No One's in Control," the message of the music is a clear ear-opening experience for the awakening of the masses. The five-piece Boston-based band has shared the stage with up-and-coming reggae greats such as Passafire and Blue King Brown, and continues to progress into the future-roots music scene. Outwardly expressing their love for experimental music, Tubby Love is on the steady path of creating what some are calling a reggae/soul revolution.

$12, $8 with Student ID