Warsaw Poland Bros. reunite Aug. 29 at Belly Up Tavern

Brothers Chris and Aaron Poland will reunite to join their heroes, The English Beat, onstage live at the Belly Up Saturday, Aug. 29, at 9 p.m. in Solana Beach.
Brothers Chris and Aaron Poland will reunite to join their heroes, The English Beat, onstage live at the Belly Up Saturday, Aug. 29, at 9 p.m. in Solana Beach.

Warsaw Poland Bros: Together again!

Brothers Chris and Aaron Poland reunite to join their heroes, The English Beat, onstage live at the Belly Up at 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, in Solana Beach.

For the first time in more than two years, Chris Poland will join Aaron Poland live onstage, which means concertgoers can expect a high-energy dance-hall medley of original ska-punk-reggae-rock-freestyle, songs from their upcoming release, and old favorites such as “Love Is Stronger Than Pride.”

The Poland brothers feature unusual instrumentation such as the conch, revel in on- stage guitar antics, and often engage the crowd in contests to win merch.

“The English Beat really influenced our sound and how we grew as a band,” said Aaron Poland, lead man to Warsaw. The Warsaw Poland Bros. have more than 12 full albums to date, and their latest, “First to Fight,” sold more than 6,000 copies, no small feat considering their entirely D.I.Y. and independent nature. Their latest work with the California Celts has produced a Grammy nomination for their sophomore release, “Take Me Away.”

To get a taste of the Warsaw Poland Bros., visit their Reverbnation page at reverbnation.com/warsawpolandbros. The show is a 21-and-up event; tickets are: $20 advanced, $22 day of show, and $35 reserved seating. Buy them at bellyup.com.


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