Quarantine times—local musicians make do
MARCH 26, 2020
What do you do when your income stream comes to a grinding halt, but you have all kinds of time on your hands? Well, if you're a musician, you do what musicians do all the time—proverbial woodshedding, which in the case of New Times Music Award winner Dante Marsh and The Vibe Setters was already in the works. They've been preparing their video entry for NPR's 2020 Tiny Desk Concert, which you can view on YouTube.
The Vibe Setters open for the world famous reggae band The Wailers
May 2nd, 2020
The Wailers, on tour, come to San Luis Obispo at SLO Brew Rock. May 2nd, The Vibe Setters will be opening the night. For more information click the button.
The Vibe Setters Radio Interview on Krush 92.5 fm
February 12, 2020
The Vibe Setters interviewed on the radio for the first time as a new band. Talking about how the band came together and the latest gigs and projects coming up. Check it out.
About The Band
Soul singer Dante Marsh won the best R&B category in The New Times Music Awards in 2019. He put together a band to perform with and they won the best performance award that night at the awards show. While performing, the atmosphere and experience was so electric. The crowd responded in a way that was unexplainable. Winning the best performance award struck up a conversation. Conversation topic, Vibe, Said by many that night, "no one else was able to set the vibe like that."
The Vibe Setters were born.
The Vibe Setters are a soulful funk band with heavy grooves and colorful melodies. The band consists of 5 members. Dante Marsh - lead singer, Drake Freeman - bassist, Jon Millsap - lead guitarist, Tim Costa - percussionist, and Gerald Purify - drummer.
Soon to be recording their 1st studio album, the future looks very bright for The Vibe Setters.