Jahman Brahman Returns to The Mad Frog with Akron’s Aliver Hall on 11/1

Jahman Brahman
Jahman Brahman

Photo by Brian Hockensmith

Jahman Brahman and Aliver Hall
Thursday, November 1, 2012
The Mad Frog, 1 East McMillan Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219
9 P.M. 18+, www.themadfrog.net

Everything in creation emits vibrations. These vibrations create a sense of togetherness, or becoming one. Asheville’s, Jahman Brahman, not only grasp this theory, but practice it all across the country. Join this Ohio Grown band as they return  to perform at The Mad Frog on November 1st, 2012.  This event will serve as an after-party for the Big Gigantic show just down the road in Cincinnati.

“Vibe Swapping is what we do all over the country,” said Rowdy Keelor (drummer). “Swapping vibes allows us to expand our own collective band vibe and the more we swap, the closer we get to tapping into the “Universal Vibe.” The more vibes you swap, the more conscious you can become.”

Described as “Shred ‘N Flow,” Jahman Brahman’s unique style and dynamic sound shows their wide breadth of influence, but focuses on rich and fluid progressions of energy. Each member’s musical intuition and influences are not only diverse, but one of a kind. From Classic Rock to Electronica to Punk to Jazz, the band takes elements from many genres to develop new and fresh forms of music. As a result, the band pioneers new sounds as the coalescence of their diverse styles unfold into powerful jams and creative compositions that flow with energy.

For more information about Jahman Brahman, their fall tour schedule and last minute information go to www.jahmanbrahman.com.