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FANs..... today i'm thinkin about a blog. if i did one i'd do a little review of Sage-Boyz from Hawaii. the a.m. caffeine artist at Cafe Flore, often the first person i talk to in the morning, slipped me a copy of their cd. turns out he's on lead ukulele. never heard a uke played like a mandolin? now's yer chance. they play fluid but not gooey ukulele-driven reggae-tinted sweet-tempered beach music. if their vibe doesn't ease yer worried mind, you've been poisoned by city living and should move to the ocean immediately. looks like they've got a loyal loving following requesting favorite tunes and belly kisses on a regular basis & are gathering steam at all over marin at low-key fests in pt reyes and fairfax, havens for high-end relaxed living. - Emily - Emma reviews


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When Josh Schiaretti, Dave Polo, Ben Pfeiffer and Dana Miller are on stage, they want to see people dancing. When their lyrics, harmony and bass synchronize, people of all ages catch on. Everyone wants to dance, and that's exactly why Sage the Band does what they do so well.
Their connection to the instrument has always been strong. As kids they rarely left home without it: taking it to school, strapping it to their backpacks, playing it at home, on the beach, on the road, anywhere. What started as a promise between brothers has turned into something big. When they agreed to move from the islands to the mainland, they brought their music, passion and experience to the world. After five years, a self-produced album, a follow up album on the way, and hundreds of local shows, Sage has come into their own. They've worked hard to refine their soft, sweet island sound into the bass-thumping, head-bobbing, funky Ukulele rock-party it is today.