A look back to Shaky Knees 2022
BabyJake is a formidable and exciting artist to observe in a live setting. The memorable antics and festive gear hooks you in, the music makes you a fan.
The Acid Dad dudes are quite volatile — in a good way. They display their talents rather cool-and-collected for the most part, but will not let you get too comfortable during their small bursts of high energetic musical outbursts. It is almost comes across as playful. From the neck up we have shades and shaggy hairstyles, from the neck down we have four different body languages that can each lead a small melodic charge and own the spotlight for moments at a time.
If her string of recent performances are any indication, the name Ashe may become a much bigger force within the circuit. Do yourself a favor, catch her now if you can, the intimate venue showings may soon be a thing of the past.
Ah yes, Oliver Tree is all about individualism and just doing whatever the hell he wants.
A look back at the Shaky Knees Festival of 2021.
Dressed like a star off of HBO’s ’70s music-circuit series Vinyl, Francis on facade alone can suck fans into his vibe. On the strength of his musical prowess, he convinces you to stay. Pay attention, the man deserves undivided attention.
The energy is intoxicating. Fans ready to party, but not necessarily ready for what is about to hit them. This is what Frankie and The Witch Fingers bring to the concert circuit.
Magdalena Bay has a bright future, destined for bigger venues and crazy exorbitant visual effects.
If you like the sound of maracas and bongos, drums and keyboards, a little guitar shredding, a ton of dancing, lively tunes and livelier crowds, and of course, plenty of booze, then Los Amigos Invisibles may just be the show you did not know you needed to see but definitely want to attend.