Matthew Human and Mad Hallelujah
July 19, 9 pm at Watson’s Vets Club
406 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
Mount Shasta, CA – Veteran underground country/roots troubadour and activist Matthew Human, and upstart international folk/rock/psychedelic jam band Mad Hallelujah are teaming up for a full-power local show.
This event benefits the Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center, a local grassroots nonprofit, in its vital work to preserve and protect Mount Shasta’s unique and pristine environment. Admission will be available at the door, with a $5 cover.
ABOUT MATTHEW HUMAN AND THE HUMAN REVOLUTION:
Matthew Human makes music for the simple life and what’s really important: clean food and water, food shelter, love and community. His music could be listed somewhere between The Eagles, Kenny Chesney, and the Grateful Dead. A beloved veteran of the West Coast underground music scene, Human has over fifteen years of live performances and nine studio albums under his belt. He is fresh off a tour in Costa Rica, where he also practices permaculture and leads workshops.
ABOUT MAD HALLELUJAH:
Mad Hallelujah is a band of funky mystics who have been touring the globe for over four years, sharing their all-original music at numerous festivals & venues across three continents.
Innovatively weaving together elements of folk, rock, psychedelic jam, funk, bluegrass, and tribal music into their own unique sound, Mad Hallelujah features big three-part harmonies, infectious hooks and grooves, soaring instrumental jams, and seamless genre transitions.
Always engaging, they offer audiences a hearty invitation to sing along and dance like mad. The group was originally formed as a collective of busking troubadours in New Zealand in 2015 as “Mad Hallelujah Tribe.” They have gone on to record four albums, headline festival stages, and embark on multiple tours in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the US, earning a dedicated following along the way and a reputation as ecstatic dance-floor igniters, crafters of deep musical journeys, and crowd favorites at festivals, music clubs, and intimate venues alike.