Iration hails from Hawaii, via California. The group is made up of members Joseph Dickens (drums), Joseph King (Engineer), Cayson Peterson (Keyboard/Synth), Micah Pueschel (Guitar/Vox) and Adam Taylor (Bass). They have released two full-length albums – Time Bomb (2010) and No Time for Rest (2007) – as well as three EP’s – New Roots (2006), Sample This EP (2008) and Fresh Grounds (2011).
On July 2, they released their newest album, Automatic, on their own label, and it’s currently in the top 5 of Billboard’s Reggae chart.
Tickets are $17 for general admission floor, and $25 for balcony. They can be purchased online at Ticketfly. The Beacham is located at 46 N. Orange Ave in downtown Orlando.
To get you in the mood for the show, here is a video for the title track “Automatic,” featuring personal footage shot by the band while on the road:
In recent years, most people have come to know Ice Cube as an actor. But he was first a definitive voice in the history of rap music.
A founding member of N.W.A., he wrote some of the group’s most popular songs, like “Straight Outta Compton” and “Fu*k Tha Police.” He then went on to a successful solo career, selling more than 10 million albums.
And it’s that Ice Cube that will be performing at The Beacham in downtown Orlando on June 5.
Tickets to see this music legend are $25 general admission and $35 for balcony (standing), in advance. Table seating is additional.
A lot of great music coming to Orlando in December. Here are our picks for the ones you should check out:
December 01 – Everclear with Eve 6 – The Social Both Everclear and Eve 6 hit the charts in the late 90s and early 2000s. The former with songs like “Santa Monica” and “I Will Buy You a New Life.” The latter with songs like “Inside Out” and “Here’s to the Night.” Tickets: $20 – $35
December 01 – Fuel with Filter and Lit – House of Blues Fans of late 90s alt-rock will enjoy these three bands, all which had hits on the charts during that decade. Fuel hit the charts several times, most notably with “Hemorrhage (In My Hands).” Filter rocked the charts with “Hey Man, Nice Shot,” and Lit also had several hits including “My Own Worst Enemy.” Tickets: $23
December 02 – Richard Marx – Plaza Live In the late 80s and early 90s, Richard Marx was king of the pop power ballad. He has had 13 of his songs hit #1 on the charts and he’s sure to play all of them and more during this show. Tickets: $39.50
December 04 – Metalocalypse: Dethklok – House of Blues Another of the WJRR “Blizzard of Rock Series,” this show features the fictional band from the Cartoon Network animated series. Think of this as Spinal Tap for the death metal crowd. Tickets: $38.50
A lot of great music coming to Orlando in September. Here are our picks for the ones you should check out:
September 2 – Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias – Amway Center Two of the biggest names in Latin pop are hitting the road together and the tour brings them to Orlando this month. Get your dance shoes on for this show. Tickets: $27.50-$147
September 2 – K92 All-Star Acoustic Jam – Hard Rock Live Country artists like Sara Evans, Uncle Kracker, Lonestar, and Thompson Square, will take the stage in a concert to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. Tickets: $39-$65
September 2 – Pepper with The Supervillains – House of Blues This American reggae band has toured with the likes of 311 and The Wailers, and this year they were one of the Warped Tour headliners. Orlando’s The Supervillains opens the show. Tickets: $27.50
September 6 – (hed)PE – The Social (hed)PE have mixed socio-political lyrics with hardcore rock music into hits for over a decade. This all-ages show is sure to turn the venue into a mosh pit down front. Tickets: $20
September 7 – Owl City – The Beacham Owl City, also known to friends and family as Adam Young, ruled the airwaves four years ago with the song “Fireflies.” If you want a concert full of feel good pop tunes, this is it. Tickets: $22-$32