What is Live 'n' Kickin' Orlando?

This a a weekly hour show on  YouTube every Thursday from 7-8 PM to people that join the mailing list below. Live 'n' Kickin showcases Central Florida musical talent that is an alternative to standard rock. Generally no electric guitars, keyboards, limited or no drums.  Songs can range from original to very  famous rock, folk, country and bluegrass tunes, all done a little differently.  Done in front of a live audience.  

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Run Raquel     March 5

Run Raquel is an energetic four-piece rock band from Orlando, Florida. Led by powerhouse vocalist, Marilyn Friedland, Run Raquel brings fresh new grooves with a feel-good music to audiences. Come along for the journey!

Trees of Life    March 5

 Band Members:

Smoof - Vocal/Guitar 
Tim - Guitar 
Dave - Bass 
Skylar - Drums/Vocal 
Djembe Marc - Percussion/Vocal 

An Orlando-based band playing reggae/Rock/jam tunes. Dedicated to love, music, positive energy, good times, and entertaining our fans. The Trees of Life represents the connection between all of us as people on this earth. Humans. One race. One family. One goal. We are all connected in the Tree of Life

Influences: 

From Dispatch, Sublime, Slightly Stoopid, State Radio, Citizen Cope, Pepper, Peter Tosh, James Brown, The Roots, Sly and The Family Stone, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Fugees. To be honest, we gain inspiration all around us.

Run Raquel/Trees of Life

Gold Tone Presents Live 'n' Kickin' Orlando live on YouTube

Hard to Port/Marc E. Smooth

Gold Tone Presents Live 'n' Kickin' Orlando live on YouTube

Mud Rooster February 27

"Despite their solid reputations as some of Central Florida's most accomplished musicians, DeQuasie, Young and Villar aren't afraid to inject decidedly unpolished swampiness into many of their renditions. It makes for exciting listening, whether they're channeling the wildness of Hound-Dog Taylor or churning out a sleek cover of Steely Dan's "Pretzel Logic." 

— The Beachside Resident  

“You guys are Flabberrin Great, man” 

— Drunken man in Cocoa Beach Establishment, Mud Rooster Herald  

"...ladies and gentlemen, meet Mud Rooster... the brainchild of guitarist/vocalist, Dave DeQuasie..Together with his bandmates, Jim Young on bass and (Jorge Villar) on drums,...Their moniker comes from the streak of mud often tailing bikers.." 

— T.I.Fraser, Orlando Weekly