Spawnbreezie's Rest your Hands tour

Da808 Music & Jazzbones proudly present

Spawnbreezie's Rest your Hands tour

MaryAnne Ito

Sat, April 22, 2017

Doors: 9:30 pm / Show: 10:00 pm (event ends at 1:30 am)

$15.00 - $20.00

Off Sale

This event is 21 and over

For information regarding VIP booth seating please email:       Rachel@Jazzbones.com

Spawnbreezie
Spawnbreezie
Spawnbreezie Bio:
As a young boy, Spawnbreezie grew up listening to his father
make music. Whether rehearsing in the garage or on stage at
performances. Music was just as much an influence to him as
his father was. So much in fact that he learned to play drums
and piano before entering grade school. Curious and excited
about his life’s involvement with music, at 16 years of age he
learned to play the guitar and eventually acquired skills of a
bassist. Spawnbreezie then realized that at a young age,
music was not only a talent but a passion that now became
his life. At age 17, Spawnbreezie made a commitment to his
love and talent to pursue a career of music. With the
combinations of island music, roots reggae, r & b, and hiphop,
Spawnbreezie has crafted a new kind of sound.
Combining the percussions of hip-hop, the skank of reggae
and the vocals of the Island music, he calls it, "Island Hip
Hop". In 2002, Spawnbreezie and his family formed a band
called, "Le Atalua Breeze Band". Being a part of the Breeze
Band, he thought it was only fair to represent them wherever
his music took him. At that time he was going by the stage
name of “Spawn” and was in the making of his solo debut
album. In 2005, Spawn began his solo career and pursued it
with great leaps of faith. In transition of leaving “Le Atalua
Breeze Band” to becoming a solo artist, he took the word
“Breeze” with him in this new journey and introduced
himself as Spawnbreezie.
In 2008, Spawnbreezie released his first solo album called
“Independent Soldiers". In 2009, he released his sophomore
album titled “Welcome to Zion". The sound of Island hip-hop
began to grow, gaining the attention of the people and radio
stations across the South Pacific. It was clear at that point
that Spawnbreezie had an opportunity to voice his music to a
forum of listeners.
He took advantage of the forum and talked about the trials
that he faced as a person and an artist. He expressed his
emotions through his music and wrote about his life
experiences. With the chance to voice his experiences in this
industry, he released his 3rd album "Dear Billy" with the
smash hit “Oh My Goodness” and YouTube hit “Don’t Let Go”
with over 1 million views each. But those are just some of
many fan favorites. This album has allowed Spawnbreezie to
enter into new territories in his career, not only is he opening
up the eyes of music lovers everywhere, but also their ears
and hearts. With upcoming albums he is sure to propel this
not only himself into superstardom but also bring much need
attention to the whole Island reggae genre and positive
music as a whole.
MaryAnne Ito
MaryAnne Ito
Maryanne Ito age 33, Samoan/Japanese from Honolulu Hawaii is a soul singer/songwriter/performer likened to Erykah Badu and Jill Scott. This independent artist combines a soulful-jazz style with R&B and Hip Hop.

She is a 2015 Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner in Hawaii for Best R&B Album as well as a Vodafone Pacific Music Award Winner in New Zealand for the “Peoples Choice” Best International Artist.
Her debut album “Waking Up” reached No.4 in the Official UK Soul Chart after only 6 weeks.

Mother of two, Maryanne writes daily and loves to perform live with a full band or intimate acoustic sets.
She collaborated Jemere Morgan (from Morgan Heritage) on the popular single “How I Feel” to give it a nice reggae edge. Maryanne continues to captivate listeners with her vocal talent, her adept play on words and her raw emotion that has converted first-time listeners into loyal fans.

Her first international tour was in European and hosted by Musiconnex UK where she performed with Hollands premier acid-jazz band Tristan at world class venues such as Jazz Cafe London & Bizz’ Art in Paris, Sugar Factory in Amsterdam and more.
Venue Information:
Jazzbones
2803 6th Avenue
Tacoma, WA, 98406
http://www.jazzbones.com/