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Larisa Stow and Shakti Tribe

Edgy, mantra-infused rock.

When: Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012, 7 p.m.

Where: Yoga Soup, 28 Parker Wy., Santa Barbara

Cost: $20 - $25

Age limit: All ages

Categories: Music (other)

Description:

Come celebrate and anchor in what truly matters as we move forward into the auspicious year 2012! Larisa Stow and Shakti Tribe are here to wake, shake, and create a vibration-raising revolution with their edgy blend of mantra-infused rock. Fronted by Los Angeles Music Award’s “Singer/Songwriter of the Year” Larisa Stow, their music is an East meets West fusion of English and Sanskrit. Hitting the road in two SUVs packed with people, gear, and merch for 80-100 shows a year, these road warriors are committed to creating community wherever they go. Larisa’s captivating style and stellar vocals combined with her band’s impeccable musicianship have earned them main stage slots at numerous festivals in the U.S. and abroad including Earthdance and Bali Spirit Festival, opening act spots for well-known artists, and appearances with spiritual leaders including Deepak Chopra. Reaching In, co-produced by Larisa and Grammy Award-winner Rick Hahn (Celine Dion), was released in 2007 by Oreade Music and received widespread airplay on XM, Sirius Satellite and Dish Network as well as college and internet radio. Their upcoming self-produced release Rock On Sat Nam! mixes empowered rap, rock, pop, Sanskrit and slamming beats. “Sat Nam” translated means “Truth is My Identity” and audiences always join in to sing this rock anthem with Larisa. Taking to heart Gandhi’s philosophy “Be the Change You Wish to See in the World,” Larisa Stow and Shakti Tribe also give special concerts in prisons, jails, juvenile detention facilities and recovery centers where they share tools of transformation including yoga, mantra, and meditation to affect positive change, inspire personal responsibility and create peace.
$20 advance - $25 at door.

Phone: 805-965-8811

Event posted Jan. 13, 2012
Last updated Jan. 13, 2012

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