Inna Vision & Gonzo

Saturday August 12th, join us for a night of Reggae at Austin’s Good Vibes Club; Flamingo Cantina!
$20 at door or get $15 Advance Tickets at:
International Reggae Band Inna Vision continues to represent Hawaiian Reggae on a global stage with melodic rhythm, lyrical consciousness, versatile cadence and infectious energy. Up rooted from the tiny island Maui, Inna Vision has toured the U.S. consistently since 2008 performing in over 70 cities and also bridging the gap between Europe, Jamaica and Tahiti.
2018-2019 proved massive with the release of 3 Full length albums including greatest hits compilation “Best Yet” celebrating 10 years of Inna Vision music. The hard hitting album “Link Up” climbed charts quickly and got nominated as “Reggae album of the year” finalist by Hawaii´s Na Hoku Hanohano awards. Following release and U.S. headline tour Inna Vision made Europe debut performing with Tribal Seeds in London, Amsterdam, France and stops on legendary festivals such as Summerjam (Germany) and Montreax Jazz Festival (Switzerland).
Inna Vision formed in 2005 as a 6 piece band with debut album Music on my Mind released in 2008. Shortly after release original singers left the group to pursue solo careers. Inna Vision quickly re-branded led by founder and bassist “Koa Lopes.” Since re-brand Inna Vision took full speed releasing 5 albums, numerous singles and appears on songs with Million Stylez, Josh Heinrichs, Hirie, Gonzo, The Steppas, New Kingston, Redmelo and much more. Inna Vision has grown to having band members from California, Florida, New York, Boston and original musicians that still perform at home in Hawaii.
Inna Visions passion and persistence led to performances on California Roots Festival, Reggae on the River, One Love Fest, Reggae Rise Up and Hawaii´s Majah Rayjah. “The Vision” has also shared stages with J Boog, Common Kings, Ky-Mani Marley, Collie Buddz, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Steel Pulse, Alborosie, Gentleman, SOJA and much more.
Inna Vision music represents, equality, manifestation, inspiration and most importantly love over all.
Known for his suave lyrical delivery expressing his love for music and good ganja, Gonzo´s musical roots run deep into his childhood. Inspired by his father to become a musician, Gonzo grew up listening to Motown, Classic Rock, Oldies, Salsa, R&B and Soul, and notes of each can be detected throughout his albums. At the age of fifteen, he began playing guitar and soon linked up with high school friends to form his first band, now widely known as Fortunate Youth.
In 2011, Fortunate Youth released their debut album, Irie State of Mind, with Gonzo as the lead guitarist and one of two lead vocalists. After two national tours, Gonzo parted ways with Fortunate Youth to embark on his solo career. The newly independent artist wasted no time making a name for himself and in December 2012, he delivered his first full-length album, Rocksteady, to the masses.
With Beyond I Sight as his backing band, Gonzo hit the road to promote his debut solo effort. Soon after, San Diego´s Tribal Seeds recruited him to be their lead guitarist and back up vocalist. After several nationwide tours with Tribal Seeds, shows up and down the west coast with Beyond I Sight, and a solo set at the 2014 California Roots Music and Arts Festival, Gonzo released his second full-length album as an independent artist.
His sophomore album, Red, was released in June 2014, and hit #6 on the Billboard reggae charts. He recently premiered the music video for “Runnin´” off this album. Both Red and Rocksteady were produced at Imperial Sound Recording Studio by fellow roots musician E.N Young. Released under E.N´s Roots Musician Records label, both albums reached #1 in the iTunes reggae category and continue to display Gonzo´s talent as an independent artist.
Gonzo´s solo act made its nationwide debut on the 2014 Representing Tour. With an endless supply of energy, he opened each night with a solo set backed by Beyond I Sight and finished by showcasing his top-level guitar skills with Tribal Seeds.
Gonzo continues to tour around the nation with Tribal Seeds, while simultaneously pursuing opportunities to showcase his solo talent. Make sure to catch Gonzo in a city near you!

For over 22 years, the Flamingo Cantina has been known as the people’s favorite venue in Austin, Texas to see what we call “good vibes music” – live reggae, ska, latin and worldbeat music, as well as rock, hip hop, alternative and more.