Brewing Station Events Calendar
Please note all OBX live music shows, dates, times and prices are subject to change like the weather here on the Outer Banks.
ALL live events that start after 9pm are 21+ ONLY.
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G. Love and The Ries Brothers
July 17, 2018 @ 10:00 pm - 2:00 am$30
We have a few tickets we are willing to let go until this afternoon. Purchase them here to ensure you can get in later!
Presented By: Ravra Productions
You won’t want to miss G. Love live on the big stage at the Outer Banks Brewing Station! One of the biggest names to land on the Outer Banks this summer, G. Love is sure to bring the party with his unique sound blending laid-back blues, alternative, hip-hop and classic R&B honed over the past 25 years. Along with G. Love, special guests The Ries Brothers will be opening the show! his rock duo from Tampa Bay, FL, blend rock, blues, funk, and reggae into a soulful-sophisticated sound!
Purchase your tickets below. Limited quantities are available for this rare local appearance; don’t miss out!
G. Love – “Booty Call”
Biography of G. Love
Dutton, the son of a banking lawyer, was born in the Society Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia, and began playing guitar at age eight. He wrote his first song by the time he was in the ninth grade and began playing harmonica in a wire rack. Dutton credits Bob Dylan and John Hammond Jr., as well as the then-contemporary "old school" hip-hop sounds of Run-DMC, the Beastie Boys, and Philadelphia's own Schoolly D, as influences.
Dutton, who attended high school at the private Germantown Friends School, began playing solo on the streets of Philadelphia. After one year at Skidmore College, Dutton dropped out and relocated to Boston, working as a fundraiser for Peace Action and playing wherever and whenever he could. One of his few indoor gigs at this time was a Boston bar called The Tam O'Shanter, where he met drummer Jeffrey "The Houseman" Clemens in January 1993. Dutton and Clemens began working as a duo, they were joined a few months later by bassist Jim "Jimi Jazz" Prescott and became the house band on Mondays at The Plough and Stars in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The "G" stands for Garrett as said in many radio interviews. He said in an interview that the "Love" was just there because it sounded right.
G. Love featured Jack Johnson on his 1999 album Philadelphonic playing an early version of Jack Johnson's "Rodeo Clowns" when Jack was an unknown artist. Jack later featured the song on his 2003 album On and On.
Garrett dated Tristan Prettyman and wrote the song "Beautiful" with her while they were dating.
Known for his live shows, he is often seen touring with Jack Johnson. As a producer, Johnson signed G. Love to his record label Brushfire Records. He has made appearances on the records of artists such as Slightly Stoopid and Donavon Frankenreiter. And also recently went on tour with Dave Matthews.
In 2009, he collaborated with Zap Mama on their album ReCreation, singing on the single "Drifting."
In 2010, G. Love joined forces with The Avett Brothers who produced and are featured on his album "Fixin' to Die". The album was released under the Brushfire label on February 22, 2011. This album showcased G. Love's love of back road blues.
Please note all Outer Banks live music shows, dates, times and prices are subject to change like the weather here on the OBX.
ALL shows and events that start after 9pm are 21+ ONLY.
This is a North Carolina ALE law and there are no exceptions.
Per the NC ALE, we only accept the following forms of ID: A valid US driver's license, US military ID, a state of NC identification card, or a valid passport. We cannot accept out of state ID cards.