SNGR (Photo courtesy Jammin’ Java)
Jammin’ Java launches its Summerfest Outdoor Series of concerts starting with SNRG in a show that supports the American Civil Liberties Union on Friday, June 19.
The performance is by suggested donation, each benefiting a different cause chosen by the artist.
“Some Never Really Get” or SNRG make music as a message of understanding… the understanding that we may never truly understand one another, but that should never deter us from attempting to connect with others that seem different.
Consisting of Aaron “eyespk” and Beau “LASTONE” Canlas, the independent song-writing duo grew up in the DC area, but their cultural identity is rooted across the world in the province of Pampanga. They have resided in the Philippines for a number of years while maintaining their very own radio and television program.
Watch the official music video for “Transitions” by SNRG on YouTube:
Founders and co-directors eyespk and L.A.S.T.O.N.E. expounded upon their artistic prowess from the visual arts into a musical awakening. The “Super Barrio Brothers” ventured across the world in search of “Sound Thought.” In order to achieve the entirety of the vision, they began exploring different forms of art and self-expression… and thus, the coalition of creatives, known as Some Never Really Get, was born.
While at Jammin’ Java, please wear a mask at all times and respect the distance to the people around you!
This show has limited capacity, first come first served, weather permitting.
Friday, June 19
Doors @ 6pm