Little Pebbles, the group Henry Stone discovered and signed at a smoky bar in Marrakesh, will perform live on 91.3FM in Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2015.
The showcase will consist of an interview and intimate performance on Michael Stock’s long running Folk and Acoustic Music Show on Sunday, December 6th.
Little Pebbles consists of studio extraordinaires Rhyse and K’Lib, who met on an Ayurvedic retreat in India then traveled the sands of North Africa before settling on a musical residency in Morocco.
Henry Stone heard them while on vacation, signed them to a recording contract, flew them to Little Haiti, put them in the studio with the great producer and engineer Aaron Fishbein, and the rest is history. Their debut LP is near completion and they are currently promoting dual lead singles “Worthless and Weak,” and “Nobody Cares.”
Little Pebble’s percussionist and belly dancer Honey will try to make her way from an exclusive studio run with a major pop star in Los Angeles for the show. We can’t say who she is working with, but her hips don’t lie.
The group’s dark and moody sound will fill the South Florida airwaves with the resonant force of deep grooves, Coldplay-esque lyrics, and the musical force of the soul of Henry Stone.
Listeners will be amazed by the group’s dynamic charisma, instrumental chops, and magnetic personas. So be sure to tune in, you won’t want to miss out on this incredible performance.
Listen live on the radio at 91.3 on your FM dial, or stream the show on wlrn.org.
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