Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals bring the sensual funk. Drenched in his usual charisma, the genre-bending rapper lit The Surf Lodge’s already hot summertime vibes on fire.
Lupe Fiasco brings the paradox: intellectual yet gritty, outspoken yet contemplative, straight edged but famous for albums named Food & Liquor and DROGASLight. Lupe brought the full force of his dualistic on-stage personality to bear at Surf Lodge.
The Lemon Twigs
The Lemon Twigs are a precocious, glam-rocking pair of teenage brothers from Hicksville, NY. Brian and Michael D’Addario combined old school rockstar theatrics with youthful inventiveness on stage at the Surf Lodge.
Bob Moses, the Vancouver-born, Brooklyn-based group responsible for the Grammy winning heater “Tearing Me Up,” brought the summertime mischief to a boil at Surf Lodge once again.
G. Love & Special Sauce
G. Love and Special Sauce is a wide-open, soulful funk band from the City of Brotherly Love. With a decade of shows down east now under their belt, G. Love is now Surf Lodge’s longest running summer act. They made the trip up from Philly once again, then brought the groove to Surf Lodge. What better band for a Summer of Love?
St. Lucia brings the romance. As part of our Summer of Love Series at Surf Lodge, CONVICTS caught up with the band’s very own power couple, Jean Philip-Grobler and Patti Beranek, to get their take on the relationship between love and music.