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Kash'd Out with Dale and the Zdubs

Kash'd Out with Dale and the Zdubs

Saturday, November 9, 2024
8:00 pm
Soundcheck Studios
Pembroke, MA
$20 to $25

Kash'd Out with Dale and the Zdubs

  • $20 Presale / $25 Day of Show
  • All Tickets General Admission
  • Doors 7pm, Music 8pm
  • 21+ Event
  • No Refunds

About Kash'd Out

Florida based Reggae/Rock band Kash’d Out have been hustlin’ hard since the beginning. After founders Greg Shields (lead vocals) and Jackson Hauserman (guitar) met in a studio session, it wasn’t long before Kash’d Out’s clever lyrics and tasteful guitar riffs were complimented by the unique bass lines of Joey Brohawn, and rhythmic precision of drummer Marshall Hearne.

Kash’d Out quickly caught the attention of Hawaiian favorites Pepper, who signed the band to their label LAW Records and released “The Hookup” – Kash’d Out’s first full-length album. Prior to its release, KO hit the road with Pepper and Less Than Jake, which helped the album climb the Billboard Reggae Charts. Since then, Kash’d Out has been no stranger to the open road. Storming the nation with an abundance of full U.S. tours under their belt, KO has supported genre heavyweights such as Collie Buddz, The Expendables, Iration and headlined multiple US tours of their own. The band’s drive and passion has landed them in the line up of Reggae’s most esteemed festivals such as Reggae Rise Up Florida/Utah/Maryland, California Roots, Dry Diggings and One Love.

Kash’d Out’s most recent album, “Butter” displays their diversity and mission into their own music path. The band has remained steadfast to originality, yet continues to evolve, revealing different sides to their sound.

Kash’d Out is excited to continue touring the country with a high-energy show and a genuine love for sharing the music they’ve made with anyone and everyone! Catch them in a town near you by visiting

About Dale and the ZDubs

From prison to pandemic, Dale and the ZDubs aka “Snail and the Zebras” are back in full force. Inspired by Dale’s 2017 to 2020 incarceration for a non-violent drug crime, DZD’s most recent full length, “Off The Rip,” dropped in mid 2023. Blending groovy reggae influences with a hard hitting rock style, DZD is here to tell raw, ridiculous, and vulnerable stories while thrilling audiences across the country. As Snail describes the genre-bending quartet, “We are storytellers. And when we tell these stories, there are no click tracks, no vocal processing, and no backing tracks. WE PLAY LIVE!”

After the 3 year hiatus, DZD went to work putting instrumentation and melody behind the lyrics Dale wrote on the inside. Dale also hit up some old friends to be part of the comeback. The result is the current stream of dope-ass singles including “This Time” feat. The Elovaters, “Pathological” feat. Bumpin Uglies, and of course, “Her Melody” feat. HIRIE. In addition, ska-punk-fan-favorite, “Neighbors,” featuring BALLYHOO! was also finally released on the new 12-song LP, “Off The Rip.”

In early 2024 a seismic lineup shift occurred. A new DZD formed, combining some of the original cast of the ZDubs with some new and prolific musicians. Among those players is Tyler “T. Nasty” Vickery (bass and vocals), formerly of Sun-Dried Vibes, and Nekoro “Neko” Williams (bass and vocals), formerly of People’s Blues of Richmond. These two additions, along with OG DZD member and Berklee grad, Pat “Sheen” Shine on lead guitar, have invigorated DZD’s classic sound with renewed energy and spirit. The lineup: a “Snail,” a “Sheen,” a “T. Nasty”, and a “Neko” has manifested a “sauce” (as Mellodose says) on top of the live show that may possibly be too spicy for some.

DZD’s obsession with performing live keeps the wheels on the tour van turning continuously across the country. DZD has recently shared the stage with the likes of Sublime with Rome, Passafire, Andy Frasco, Bumpin Uglies, Little Stranger, Kash’d Out, Long Beach Dub Allstars, and Artikal Sound System. High-energy live shows feature multi-part vocal harmonies, along with thick guitar driven melodies. Sometimes Snail and the Zebras get a little fucken crazy on stage too.