ekoostik hookah with special guest John Mullins Band at 20th Century Theater on Fri. Feb. 10th

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ekoostik hookah with the John Mullins Band
20th Century Theater, 3021 Madison Rd., Cinti., OH  513-731-8000
Date: Fri. Feb. 10th
Time: Doors 8pm/ Show 9pm
Tickets: $13 advance/ $16 dos. Tickets available at 20th Century or www.frontgatetickets.com
All Ages.
After many years of performing in Cincinnati, this will be ekoostik hookah’s first appearance at 20th Century Theater. The band is very excited to be playing one of Cincinnati’s premier music venues. This is a special show having John Mullins Band opening. John is the former lead singer and founding member of Ekoostik Hookah.

One of the most original and energetic acts around today, ekoostik hookah is the nucleus of a family drawn to its lucid, improvisational treatment of psychedelic rock ’n’ roll, blues, funk, jazz and bluegrass layered with rich harmonies. Born early in 1991 in a smoky basement bar, the band has been continually evolving, cultivating a sound that has perked the ears of contemporaries and attracted fans who travel miles to hear them play.

ekoostik hookah has played in more than 30 states at venues including New York’s Wetlands Preserve, Chicago’s House of Blues, Cleveland’s Nautica Stage, Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse, Boulder’s Fox Theater, Columbus’ Promowest Pavilion, Cleveland’s House of Blues, LA’s Whiskey a Go-Go and San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall. In 1997 hookah was invited to play at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. ekoostik hookah played its first international shows in June 1999 in Negril, Jamaica. Since then the band has traveled back to Jamaica (in 2002), to the Netherlands in 2003 and back to Jamaica in 2006, bringing their fans along each time.

Though intense live energy fuels this band, hookah fans have snatched up more than 100,000 copies of its eight releases: Under Full Sail (1991), Dubbahbuddah (1994), an untitled, two-disc live set (1996), Where the Fields Grow Green (1998), Hookahville Spring ’98 (1998), Sharp in the Flats (1999), Seahorse (2001) and Ohio Grown (2002).