Sunday, December 10, 2017 - 7:00 PM
In news that will make his loyal fans and followers clap their hands with glee, acclaimed artist Nahko of Medicine for the People has announced the much-anticipated release of his first solo album, “My Name Is Bear,” as well as a four-show run in throughout Hawaii in December.
Spanning his formative years as an awakening artist travelling through the wild landscapes of Alaska, Hawaii, and Louisiana, “My Name Is Bear” is a collection of deeply personal songs that tell the tales of Nahko’s awakening as an artist and his most revealing work yet.
“I found my mother when I was 21 years old. The songs on this record are a collection of stories before that time, written between the ages of 18 to 21. They are ripe with the coming of age, first love, psychedelic revelations, youthful recklessness, and lucid dreaming.”
While the big sound of Medicine for the People’s six-piece band has been making waves with sell-out shows around the world, that has been put on the back-burner to make way for a lighter, more summer-soaked feeling, and a deliberate choice that shows yet another facet of Nahko's artistry and storytelling.
Tickets: $30/advance; $35/day-of-show (plus applicable fees)
Tickets on sale Friday, September 8
|Sunday December 10||7:00 PM||Buy Tickets|