The Garage is the place in Rapid City to see some of the nation's most groundbreaking, celebrated musicians in one of the most intimate, unique and historical spaces in western South Dakota.
Friday, October 19 at 7pm
Rahzel and Jackopierce Live
Grammy Award-winning Rahzel Brown is a beatboxer and vocal percussionist and a member emeritus of The Roots. He is considered one of the founders of beatboxing as we know it today; he's been beatboxing since the early 1980's and performing since 1985. He has left audiences across 40 countries and 350 cities stunned and hungry for more.
With a limited number of concerts in much-larger venues this fall, this is Jackopierce’s first-ever appearance in the Black Hills. They are known for being one of the hardest-touring bands of the 1990s, touring three continents, nine countries, and 44 states. They've performed alongside artists like Dave Matthews Band, No Doubt, Counting Crows, and Matchbox 20.
Sequoia Crosswhite will be playing from the moment the doors open. Sequoia brings a blend of six string hip hop mixed with jazz/blues/funk and rock threaded together with his silky voice and Lakota flutes are guaranteed to be soothing to your ears and smooth vibration for your feet.