Formed in Okaloosa County, Florida, HERITAGE broke into the Island/rock/reggae scene in 2009 with their debut album, Natural High. This album mixes several different backgrounds including Southern Californian Tony Verecchia’s easily digested vocals and the fluidity of Native Hawaiian Damien Kealoha’s vibrant ukulele sound to produce an effort bursting at the seams. With standout tracks like “Broken Pieces,” already certified platinum in their family households and local friends. Heritage can count on an abundance of future success!
In 2007, three guys in a North Florida backyard with a ukulele and a set of bongos, played just for fun at bbqs and open houses with family and friends. Before they knew it, they were performing at local bars and events in Northwest Florida. With the addition of Hunter Dawson, a guitarist with a rock/alternative style, hip-hop drummer, RJ Hernandez, reggae-influenced bassist, Matt Moore, latin/pop percussionist, Dave Posey, and the smooth soulful vocals of Eric Yra, they bring both a flavor and appeal to the masses. They eventually started recording their original masterpieces, producing an authentic sound, which is now HERITAGE. Today, HERITAGE is sharing their passion and love for music on the Gulf Coast. Heritage is gaining ground quickly throughout the US and continues to share good vibes and positivity.
Although HERITAGE is comprised of seven very different ethnic backgrounds and personalities, the synergy between them is extraordinary and comes together on stage, creating a dynamic visual/musical experience. They cited influences like Bob Marley, Incubus, 311, Sublime, Ben Harper, Michael Jackson and even the Cure. Best of all they created their original music which is contagious to all who watch them perform. Their fans would say that their music would be considered as eclectic island rock, giving HERITAGE widespread appeal and bridging the gap between an array of musical influences.
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