After eight years of touring the globe, Los Angeles-based band, The Aggrolites are headed out on the second leg of their Spring Tour in support of their new live album. The tour will start in Santa Cruz, CA on April 26th, making stops in: San Francisco, Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, Washington D.C., New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis and ending in Denver on May 24th. Supporting will be Old Man Markley and Brothers of Brazil.
The Aggrolites have also revealed their first live album, Unleashed Live Vol. 1. With five previous studio releases under their belt, including most recent, Rugged Road; the next move for the band was a compilation of their favorite songs recorded live from recent shows at The Belly Up in Solana Beach, CA and The Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Unleashed Live Vol. 1 features songs from all four previous studio releases plus a version of The Beatles “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Banana” by Roy Ellis. Released in conjunction with the live album are a series of videos, accessible to view on The Aggrolites youtube channel. The album is available online worldwide and in select retail outlets nationwide.
The Aggrolites are more than a band; they are a movement unto themselves carrying a banner created with their own hands. This banner reads "Dirty Reggae" and represents their signature fusion of reggae, soul, grit and determination. For eight years they have rolled from city to city, across the pond and up main street USA. They rally the kids, the parents, the students, the cops, the bosses and the drifters. For more information, please visit their official websitehttp://www.aggroreggae.com/