BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — For week five the Live Stream Vaccine: The Entertainment Cure, the Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater stage was taken over by local Reggae Band The Capsouls and Ska singer Chris Murray.
The Capsouls is a band from Bakersfield that dedicates themselves in the authentic soulful Reggae sound of the 60s-70s, influenced by the productions of Lee Perryand Leslie Kong.
Chris Murray began his career in 1987 with Canadian ska group King Apparatus, later relocating to Los Angeles, pioneering a solo acoustic approach and collaborating artists, including The Skatalites, The Specials, The Slackers and many more.
The Live Stream Vaccine: The Entertainment Cure is sponsored by Visit Bakersfield, and brought to you by 23ABC and the Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater.
You can help support the artists through tips for the bands. This can be done the following ways:
Tips for the Artists:
If you're looking for more entertainment, you can catch any of our past concerts, including last week's performance by La Marcha and Rod P & Nu standard! You can also catch up on all our stream services, including Amazon Fire Stick, Roku TV and Apple TV. To find out how to do so, click here.
The Live Stream Vaccine is streamed on Facebook every Friday night at 7 p.m., as well as here and our 23ABC Mobile App. Check out who's playing next week and the entire lineup right here.