Kush County, Swells (Katchafire)
717 S. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ, 85004
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:30 PM
This event is 21 and over
Leilani Wolfgramm is an American Tongan singer-songwriter from Orlando, FL. She got her start performing at Sea World Polynesian Luau at age 7. She started singing at age 9 after her mother gave her a Patsy Cline record, began writing at 13 after her uncle gave her a Paul Simon record, and picked up a guitar at 14 after her brother gave her a No Doubt record. Leilani joined her brother's reggae band, Hor!zen, in 2012 and went solo in 2014. She was signed to Raleigh Publishing in 2016. Her writing style is lyrically driven, accompanied by island rhythms and moody vocals. Leilani has played with Ziggy Marley, Sublime with Rome, Incubus, Dirty Heads, Soja, Common Kings, Tribal Seeds, The Green, and more.
Her musical genre is reggae, hip hop, r&b, folk and her influences include Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, and Lauryn Hill
"I choose reggae because Bob Marley showed me a song can change the world. I choose Folk because Bob Dylan showed me a song can change your mind. I choose R&B because Lauryn Hill showed me a song can change your heart..and a girl can be better than the guys." - Leilani Wolfgramm
Kush County Music is a collaboration of Arizona & Hawaii Musicians coming together to create Music that elevates the groove. Combining the sounds of Hawaiian melodies, Rootsy bass & drums with 3 part harmonies and a Female lead that sets KCM apart from others, making them Arizona's premire Island Reggae Band. KCM has opened for such bands as Katchafire, Steel Pulse, The Green, Fiji, Pato Banton, Natural Vibrations, Common Kings, Fortunate Youth & Anuhea, just to name a few. KCM is now working on there first self titled album soon to be released. You can catch KCM performing Live regularly in Arizona and California.
$12.00 - $15.00
Tickets Available at the Door