Sho-Nuf

Sho-Nuf

BandRockHip Hop

As the phoenix rises from the ashes, deep within the urban streets from the southwest, Sho-Nuf has risen too from their humble beginnings. Sho-Nuf has combined the grittiness of rock, with the rawness of hip hop, their shows have crossed many ethnic boundaries.

Biography

As the phoenix rises from the ashes, deep within the urban streets from the southwest, Sho-Nuf has risen too from their humble beginnings. Three core members from the eighties group Krush II who quickly caught the eyes of RCA, Warner, and Immortal records, LTD, Mike Ice and DJ Terrorizzer evolved into a sound that sparks a fire of change.
Sho-Nuf has combined the grittiness of rock, with the rawness of hip hop, their shows have crossed many ethnic boundaries.

“I see our band as a rock band, sure most are black, but our audiences are white, latinos, as well as black,” L.T.D., said. “No one cares about the color. They are there to rock and we provide the means.”

“No matter where we have performed, either here in the United States or abroad, everyone has commented on the impact of our sound,” DJ Terrorizzer says. “Its something new, a mix of both old and new with a twist of our own sound, it is hard to describe.”

The genre may be a hard issue to pin down, but anyone who goes to a show, will see it is pure rock and roll. Sho-Nuf’s command of the stage is evident from their twenty years of playing in front of live audiences. Concert goers actually walk away feeling energized and upbeat. “It’s a workout for sure,” Mike Ice said. “But more important we want our fans and audiences to get a show they won’t forget.”

The three core members of Sho-Nuf has done just about everything within the music business. They formed an internet radio show, Street Grind Entertianment, which has grown to include an international audience. L.T.D. has hosted many big show events for Universal, RCA, Capitol and Death Row Records. He has also hosted events with Mike Epps, and a Super Bowl event. He has traveled throughout the United States, Europe, and Canada.
After taking hip-hop to their maximum boundaries, these three visionaries sought to bring about a change within the music scene. With a fresh mix of rock, reggae, and rap, they have introduced a live band. Preaching about the life from the streets that encompasses every mix of colors and creed, Sho-Nuf is the voice of the people.

Their music is featured on many international internet radio stations, including their own sister production company, Street Grind Entertainment.

No show leaves the audiences second guessing what Sho-Nuf is about, having a good time while rocking out. Gaining fans from throughout the nation with each show, Sho-Nuf has risen to be one of the top most diverse, new sounds ever. Sho-Nuf is more than a show; it’s a living breathing experience awakening the masses

What Others Are Saying About Sho-Nuf

“With heart, energy and catchy tunes Sho-Nuf will win you over.”

Mark Wolfson
Director of Production and Development
Playtone Records

“Deals are made based on relationships; someone has to have a positive connection in that relationship for the process to move forward. Sho-Nuf has the kind of appeal that will make harnessing those relationships a chinch. Sho-Nuf is a unique eclectic mix of vibes.”

Harold Whaley
PD
Urban Network Magazine/Radio

“Sho Nuff!!! You guys are so awesome - it was great meeting you and hanging out at DFest! Sho Nuff rocks rocks rocks - I can’t say it enough!”

Blake Althen
Human Factor

“It was great meeting you guys at Dfest! Rock on!”

Madalyn Sklar
Go Girls Music.com, and Indie Band Coach

“Rock out, you guys are cool cats, and it was a pleasure supporting/hanging out.”

Richard Baca
Denver Post

“I really liked the guys a lot and think that they have a great attitude for this crazy business. Hope all is well in Oklahoma and I’ll talk to you all soon.”

Neil Citron
Grammy Award winning guitarist, Engineer, Producer

BIOS

L.T.D. has been an MC/Host for radio and television for over twenty years. Born in Jackson, Mississippi he later moved to Oklahoma in 1974. He met DJ Terrorizzer and Mike Ice, who are the brothers of DJ T-Nyce. It was around that time he formed Krush II which evolved into Sho-Nuf. L.T.D. has hosted many big show events for Universal, RCA, Capitol and Death Row Records. He has also hosted events with Mike Epps, and a Super Bowl event. He has traveled throughout the United States, Europe, Canada.

Mike Ice grew up in Oklahoma City with his brothers, T-Nyce and DJ Terrorizzer. After forming Krush II with family and friends, he helped evolve Sho-Nuf to what it is today.

Sammy Clark (Ralf Lar'n) have been featured in DRUM Magazine for his role in Sho-Nuf, and recently was a judge for Guitar Center Drum Off 2008. Drum Magazine said in 2004“This young guppy has done his Travis Barker homework!” In 2008 Drum Magazine says "Lar'n does what any good hip-hop-influenced drummer does: lays down a grid for the MC to flow over." and "We have to big-up homeboy for keeping this endangered sub-genre alive." I endorsed great products by Po Boy Drums,Drumnetics Bass Drum Pedals,Po Boy Cymbals, Po Boy Hardware,Kelly Shu,Rocken Wraps, Risen

Discography

The E.P. 2008

Blood On My Hands, 2006

Set List

1 hour to 3 hour show

A Million Things
Relax Your Mind
Gone
What we Do
Tick Tock
Trash can
Sho-Nuf
Reach
Empty
Whats Next
Get A Load of Me
Blood On My Hands
Pressure and Pain
One Mo Hit
Larger Than Life
Things go wrong.