Thursday, April 12, 2018
Free outdoor concert series featuring Ben Fagan and the Holy City Hooligans in the parking lot of the Tin Roof & Music Farm, 1022 Senate Street from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Ben Fagan and Quentin Ravenel take hip hop beats mixed under funky feel good reggae flows and give you something fresh. It’s not just entertainment, it’s “music with a message.” Ben is arguably the most soulful white boy you’ll come across and Q is the straight up most entertaining drummer you’ll ever lays eyes upon! Ben is a writer whose songs can lift you and make you dance or send you on an introspective journey. Whatever the mood, poignant lyrics and visceral melodies wiggle under your skin to reach body and soul. From early on, Fagan’s been a wordy guy. Freshman year, he spit enough words to win an “MTV Campus Invasion Freestyle Contest.” Senior year, with Phi Beta Kappa locked down, and fronting his rock band on school nights, Fagan made his mark on the college scene.
These days, Ben and Quentin split their time gigging on both East and West coasts as well as touring throughout the Hooligans’ second home, Costa Rica. Growing crowds of new and existing fans are shaking to the funky chops, swaying to the soulful grooves, and bouncing to the hip-hop beats. Street-smart and irrepressible, the Hooligans are charming followers from the L.A. beaches to Hilton Head Island, with no plans to slow down anytime soon.