Inna Vision

Scout Bar presents

Inna Vision

Satadaze, Stinky Gringos, Shaka, The High Mile

Sat, May 26, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

Scout Bar

Houston, TX

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

Inna Vision
Inna Vision
Roots, reggae movement "Inna Vision" is known as Maui Hawaii's first original roots, reggae band. With hit songs "Inspiration," "Postitive Ions," "Princess Smile," "Irie Insulation," the Hawaii based reggae group has impacted global iTunes charts and is setting pace on todays "band to the fan" music scene. Inna Vision has recorded and released several albums under their independent label "Cultural Vision Maui" that have all been distributed internationally. Making history as the first Maui band to tour North America nation wide, performing in 50 cities in 60 days. IV is known for their strong social media presence with "day to day" tour videos, instagram feeds, thousands of youtube subscribers with some videos reaching over 150,000 views.
Satadaze
Satadaze
SataDaze is a group from Houston, Texas right between the City Lights and the Gulf Coast Beach Vibes. Singer / Song Writer Trevor (the Tree) Tapani, Larry the Lyricist and Rhythm Guitarist Ivan (Dobbs) Davila have been playing music around a campfire with aDeezy (Adrian Delagarza) on Drums since their early 20s. When the group added the heavy hitting Bass lines from Daneezy Delagarza and the psychedelic lead guitar from Moises Alens they took off with new ranges of sounds that hit with waves of Rock, Reggae and Hip-Hop all in one Scratched up mix with DJ Cyde on turntables.
Stinky Gringos
Stinky Gringos
Stinky Gringos is a new wave in feel good music. A rocking blend of reggae, ska, dub, & punk will catch your ear and make you wanna move. From the catchy Trombone melodies to the mix of reggae and punk beats, their brand of reggae music is something you gotta see & hear.

Formed in 2016, Stinky Gringos has been on a fast track to making this band into a heavy hitter in the scene. Putting together 3 successful tours on their own in 2017 has seasoned them well and have given them a taste of what they have grown to love. Putting smiles on faces and shows getting bigger and bigger has given the boys more than enough inspiration to go even BIGGER! Recording their first full length album will be a big step forward with many hits that have proven crowd favorites while all over the southwest part of the United States.

Once you’ve seen Stinky Gringos live, you cant help but want more. The boys are ready to bring the fire and have lots of original works and many groovy jams that always get a crowd movin and on their feet. As one of the boys favorite artists, Sublime, said in their song “Guava Jelly” “This train is bound for glory.”
The High Mile
The High Mile
The High Mile is a reggae-style band with it's own twist hailing from Pasadena, Tx. What started out as a two-person project became the four-person quartet they are today. The band formed in April of 2014 with the first two members David Gio Soto (Lead Vocals and Guitar) and Randy Mendoza (Vocals and Bass) who met in a music theory class at San Jacinto Community College. They jammed until they came across a friend, Athie Torres, who originally was asked to play drums but ended signing up as a guitar player. After going through a drummer the band had Cameron Heald sign on to play drums. They are currently on track to record an EP coming soon
Venue Information:
Scout Bar
18307 Egret Bay Blvd
Houston, TX, 77058
http://scoutbar.com/2012/