The Groove Orient, S.P.O.R.E., The Good Wood Band

The Groove Orient

The Groove Orient (TGO) is a high-powered, no-holds-barred, rock 'n' roll act based out of Orlando, FL. This five member group boasts a musical versatility and originality that many followers describe as 'Florida rock.' TGO has drawn attention from both local and national listeners, as they earned the title of Orlando Weekly's best experimental band of 2014, as well as a feature in Relix Magazine's 40th Anniversary issue.

TGO recently followed up their breakout EP Welcome to the Show, with the much anticipated release of their second EP Generation Y, at the House of Blues Orlando. Along with the House of Blues, TGO has also performed at the Florida Music Festival, Earthday Birthday, the Florida Citrus Bowl and the Suwannee Music Park, with numerous local and national festivals to come.


S.P.O.R.E. (Spontaneous.Progression.Of.Recurring.Energy.) is a high energy 4 piece Livetronica Jam Band out of Jacksonville, FL. S.P.O.R.E. creates and fuzes a unique medley of Rock, Funk, Jazz, Blues, Hip Hop, and Dancy Electronic jams featuring all live instrumentation into a psychedelic composition similar to the styles of acts such as Pink Floyd, STS9, Dumpstaphunk, Lotus, and Papadosio. Since formation in early 2012 S.P.O.R.E. has worked relentlessly to build an outstanding resume and fanbase. In the first year S.P.O.R.E. established a reputation of treating each show just as important as their largest of performances. S.P.O.R.E. has shared stages and bills with regional and national acts such as Willie Nelson, Stephen Marley, The String Cheese Incident, STS9, Primus, Slightly Stoopid, Karl Densons Tiny Universe, Lettuce, Eoto, Blues Traveler, Rusted Root, The Expendables, Particle and many others. S.P.O.R.E. has been featured on some of the nations largest camping and music festivals throughout the Southeast (Suwannee Hulaween, Bear Creek Music & Arts Festival, Blackwater Music Festival, Magnoliafest, Hometeam New Years Rally and more etc.) United States.

After releasing two albums (2012’s Self Titled EP & 2015’s Keeping It Greasy) and 4 years of extensive touring in early 2016 the band took hiatus. On 11.23.17 S.P.O.R.E. returned for a one night reunion show at 1904 Music Hall in Jacksonville, FL with legendary pedal steel player Roosevelt Collier as support for the event.

S.P.O.R.E. has announced plans for 2018 bookings.


The Good Wood Band

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