Savi Fernandez Band
Cope, Michael Delahoz
54 North Orange Ave
Orlando, FL, 32801
This event is 18 and over
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Savi Fernandez Band
Since 2005, the Savi Fernandez Band from Orlando, FL has been regularly touring and sharing stages with bands like Ziggy Marley, Steel Pulse, Dumpstaphunk and many other national acts. Recently and the past couple of years the band has also taken their music to international waters like Costa Rica at Best Festival, Barbados and also tours in the Virgin Islands about once to twice a year. Their album "Sweet Butterfly" was recorded in 2012 at SoundLounge Studios and released their 2nd record "From My Heart" April 28th 2015 , launching off with an international CD Release Tour to the British and US Virgin Islands along with a South East Tour in the states.
Festivals Played: Best Fest (Uvita, Costa Rica), Hulaween (Suwannee Music Park), Bear Creek Music Festival (Suwannee Music Park), Aura Music Festival (Suwannee Music Park), Purple Hatters Ball(Suwannee Music Park), Orange Blossom Jamboree ( Brooksville, FL), Camp Barefoot Festival (West Virginia), Zen Awakening Festival ( Orlando, FL), Florida Music Festival, Home Team Rally ( Lakeland, FL ), Gov Fest, Downtown River Jam (Tampa, FL) , Bond Fire Festival, Big and Hearty Fest ( Gainesville, FL) Jahlando, Jambando, Camp Jam, La Viance, Yabro Music Festival, and many more!
Bands Shared Stage: Ziggy Marley, Steel Pulse, Dumpstaphunk, SOJA, Big Gigantic, Easy Star All-Stars, Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad, Toubab Krewe, Katchafire, Railroad Earth, Groundation, Eek a Mouse, Mighty Diamonds, Beautiful Girls, Pato Banton, Passafire, RubbleBucket, The Heavy Pets and many more
International Tours: Costa Rica, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands
Cope started as a family band with two brothers and a cousin out of Akron, Ohio. More than a decade later the Stadelman brothers, along with multi- instrumentalist Juanjamon and drummer Michael Garrie, have evolved into a family full of friends, fans, dancers and music-heads across the U.S. This circle of family is united together by fun loving good times, some serious psychedelic southern-fried funk, rockin’ jazz-reggae and electro-grass music.
Making their way onto festival stages and into prime headlining and opening slots, Cope has been mixing their infectious originals with relentless jams and crafty covers to create hair-raising eargasms for the masses. Influenced by such definitive artists as The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Bob Marley, Tool, David Grisman and George Clinton & P funk, their elaborate arrangements set up frequent blistering guitar and amazing saxophone solos by Dennis Stadelman and Juan "Juanjamon" Montero. Kenny Stadelman defines the band's sound with a smooth and funky groovin bass style that keeps the crowd hopping and dancing. Michael Garrie, who just recently joined the band back in October 2013, with his power drumming style, driving beats and connection to the Tampa/St. Pete music family scene, made Mike a perfect fit. Every member contributes vocally to help create soaring four-part harmonies, with the Stadelmans predominately splitting lead vocal duties.
Gaining notoriety as the "Undisputed Jam Kings of Tampa Bay" (Mark Warren - Skipper's Smokehouse Talent Agency) and with the release of their latest CD titled "See", Cope has been spreading and reaching outward from the far south with the goal to perform with as many bands and fans in an attempt to reach musical nirvana and promote the fellowship of musicians and music enthusiasts everywhere.
Michael Delahoz is a young and upcoming singer songwriter, with HUGE aspirations. His style is mellow, and original. This site is deticated to getting his music out to as many ears as possible, and covering the globe with positive music.
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