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World Anthem Band headlines concert series in January

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World Anthem Band headlines concert series

The reggae, R & B and soul outfit World Anthem Band will bring its triple-threat sound to entertain audiences every Saturday in January at the National Orange Show Events Center.

The group, which last performed at the venue on Dec. 18, has starred with artists including Ziggy Marley, Claremont’s Ben Harper, the Innocent Criminals, Lenny Kravitz and Sugar Ray, among others.

“We saw how people reacted to them,” said Alton Garrett, the producer of the show and managing partner of Garrett Management Group. “We thought it was something we needed them to try to do every week.”

There is a possibility the performances will continue at the venue through March and April, Garrett said.

“They’re a great group of young people, a great group of band members. All of the pieces fit together,” he said.


Where: Martin A. Matich Sports Center Amphitheater, Gate 10, National Orange Show Events Center, 930 S. Arrowhead Ave., San Bernardino

When: 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday

Cost: $15 or two tickets for $25 at the door

Information: National Orange Show Lobby, 689 S. E. St., San Bernardino; Groove Time Music Brokers, 643 W. Base Line St., San Bernardino;

The Babies to perform at Rhino Records Jan. 12

The Babies will perform at Rhino Records at 7 p.m. Jan. 12. The group will also perform at 4 p.m. on the same day for the Claremont Colleges radio station 88.7 KSPC.
The Brooklyn based lo-fi band features bassist Kevin Morby of Woods and lead singer Cassie Ramone of Vivian Girls. The Babies have a new record due Feb. 15.
The band’s website is at
Rhino Records is at 235 Yale Ave.
For more information, contact 909-626-7774 or