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Of Good Nature

Crane + Elusive Groove

April 19

8pm Doors //

9pm Show


Advance: $7 / Day Of $10

Of Good Nature

Reggae//Rock//Funk – Charlotte, NC

Video: “Papa Kohlly” Live at The Visulite Theatre”

Of Good Nature is not meant to be a phrase that describes us as a band. Of Good Nature defines a movement; the community of people and their ability to come together and celebrate the benefits of human nature. OGN is so lucky to be a part of this growing group that continues to expand. Expanding only from the progressive support coming from our awesome people. Over the years, Of Good Nature has gained thousands of friends and fans, played with many talented musicians, and we are beyond blessed to call each and every one family. We thank you that creating and narrowing the perfect fit to our description of human capability.
“The lyrical intent behind Life Worth Livin is to spread the idea that structural leaders, whether it’s a direct relation, the government itself, or society as a whole, aren’t always looking out for its population. Since youth, many people are indoctrinated with this feeling of protection and safety‚Ķa kind of warm American calmness; but as I became a little more mentally active and aware, I became more and more disappointed with my surrounding leadership. Taking a stance for yourself, your rights is something powerful. I just hope that this song can get people thinking of what is limiting their life and change it for the better.” -Cameron Brown

Soul//Rock//Reggae – Atlanta, GA
Video: “Kristine” Sugar Shack Session

Best described as crossover music, Crane has a sound that is all his own. Musical influences range across the board, but most prevalent in his current writing would be Soul, Reggae, R&B, and Pop. Hypothetically, you might find him on tour with Ben Harper, G Love, The Dirty Heads, Citizen Cope, or Allen Stone.

With an average of 250 performances per year, including 5,000-attendee festivals, cruise ships, dive bars, and wing joints, Crane’s motivation in 2016 has been a business-minded focus on “not keeping the band a secret anymore.”

Since the release of the “I Love Women” EP in September of 2014, Crane has toured non-stop. In the midst of a rigorous live performance regime, he’s managed to find himself with a new management team, new content, new material, and writing with even more Grammy Award winners and International-touring artists. We look forward to releasing all of the new music that has been developed since the “I Love Women” EP.


Elusive Groove is a hard-hitting three-piece reggae/rock band from Winston-Salem, NC. With Sam Hearn on guitar, Brett Bolejack on bass, and Kwafi Mafalinco of Chophouse Studios on drums, Elusive Groove has solidified itself with a dynamic mix of musical talent. Thanks to an eclectic view of musical fusion, the trio has created a sound like nothing else. Combining surf-roots vibes thanks to unique bass lines, heavy vocals and Kwafi’s unbridled percussion, Elusive Groove is able to separate itself from other rising reggae acts through its lyrics, stage presence, and overall sound. Debut album “EASY REBEL” coming April 2017.


On Sale Date : March 15 2017

12:00 pm

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