Winstons

B-Side Players x2 Nights!

$12 21+ The B-Side Players are a 9-piece band part of a new movement in popular music. A band that honors the international cross-pollination that has always made music the universal language. They use any beat that catches their ear, regardless of geography or genre, to create a compelling, horn...
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Inna Vision w/ Skank Roots Project

Reggae/Dancehall artist “Inna Vision” has played more than 100 cities across America with friends Tribal Seeds, Fortunate Youth, New Kingston, Bambu Station and The Steppas. Inna Vision has shared stages with Damian Marley, SOJA, Rebelution, Collie Buddz, UB40 and wrapped up a wild 2015 supporting...
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Bob Radio presents: The Expanders pics

Thanks so much to all the family who came out to see The Expanders with Arise Roots, Dubbest and Giger Roots(plus special suprise from Hirie!)
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BOB Radio Presents: The Expanders 2 Nights!!!

Night 1 with: Arise Roots Night 2 with: Ginger Roots, Dubbest Tickets: $12 21+ Don't miss our brothers from LA, The Expanders come to Winstons in Ocean beach for two nights!!!! Win your Tix from Bob Radio! For the BOB Radio Reggae Concerts online contest, listeners can enter anytime by clicking the...
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Jordan T: unplugged

Coming hot off of a world tour as a special guest lead guitarist/vocalist, Jordan T finished off about 5 months of Global touring with the New Zealand band, Katchafire. Headlining his own #BridgesTour2015 of the west coast later in 2015, he's had the chance to spread the message of Aloha and Island...
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Club Kingston: Gonzo

Gonzo of Tribal Seeds returns to a hometown crowd to play Club Kingston at Winstons in OB Wednesday January 11th! Gonzo will be joined by Dubbest and the night, as always, will be hosted by our own DJ Carlos Culture. Free show and drink specials gallore 21+
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Bob Interview: Tim of Psydecar

DJ Carlos Culture sits down in studio with veteran of the San Diego reggae scene and good friend Tim of Psydecar. They talk reggae in LA and SD in the 90's and the explosion that it is today, and argue militancy vs peace & love when it comes to Bob Marley
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