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Tree_Danko
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linktr.ee/TreeDanko - Tree is the Banjo Player from Big Island, Hawai'i innovating new styles of psychedelic banjo-rock born again from the depths of deep jungle and deep space voyages. The Puna Street Mission has been founded on the principle that no matter your social, economic or mental health status, you should never be refused the right to express yourself with music. Freedom of speech is paramount. Art is culture. The right to gather for peaceful social events in the name of community, love & music - creates a harmony. To gather socially on the streets in our local towns without being harassed and controlled by businesses and police, or sapped by the methed out streets around us. We have our own security force, we watch out for each other. No one gets cracks anymore. Ganesha is the remover of obstacles and 13 is lonely. Lomi Lomi is still sitting broken down in my abandon house. That's when I found my friends in the FreeBoxxx, looking for left socks and diva cups again.....
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Kalapana, HI, USA
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linktr.ee/TreeDanko - Tree is the Banjo Player from Big Island, Hawai'i innovating new styles of psychedelic banjo-rock born again from the depths of deep jungle and deep space voyages. The Puna Street Mission has been founded on the principle that no matter your social, economic or mental health status, you should never be refused the right to express yourself with music. Freedom of speech is paramount. Art is culture. The right to gather for peaceful social events in the name of community, love & music - creates a harmony. To gather socially on the streets in our local towns without being harassed and controlled by businesses and police, or sapped by the methed out streets around us. We have our own security force, we watch out for each other. No one gets cracks anymore. Ganesha is the remover of obstacles and 13 is lonely. Lomi Lomi is still sitting broken down in my abandon house. That's when I found my friends in the FreeBoxxx, looking for left socks and diva cups again.....
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The American Spirit Blues
Presented by SPLIFF NATION & HAPPYFISH RECORDS for SLAPS FAM... it's 'The American Spirit Blues' by Tree Danko - all-new poly psy banjo rock from the Kingdom of Hawai'i. Leave some comments, fire and bless your moments. Add me on Spotify & all those socials - IG @tree.farmer - LinkTree @ linktr.ee/treedanko for much more content.more
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Phat Freddy's Drop
'We're the biggest thing around but we're so tiny!' 'Phat Freddy's Drop' by Tree Danko, a HappyFish Records Production This is all-new Poly-Psy Banjo Rock music from the Kingdom of Hawai'i featuring electric banjo, drum & bass. This track is in the process of being finished and will be available on Spotify in early June. Throw me a follow and I will follow back. Please leave fire, comments & feedback, we here at HappyFish Records would appreciate it! Tree Danko - Banjos, Vocals, Lyrics, Music, Drums Mixing & Mastering Scruffy Ilo Jones - Bass Have a good Sunday Funday.more
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Big Rock Candy Mountain
Where they hung the jerk that invented work! Happy Bicycle Day! Drop some acid, get naked, hop on your bike and listen to this new release by Tree Danko from HappyFish Records and Studio 3! Originally recorded in Milwaukee Wisconsin in 2012, this vintage track has been reworked and recovered from the deep-cut archives. Tree Danko on Banjo, Vocals and Jaw Harp Matt Weincek on Guitar Farahj (RIP) on high vibes. This recording is special to me personally due to the fact that Farahj can be heard encouraging Matt and I to play our best take of this famous country song. Our friend passed away just 2 days later due to heroin overdose. At the end of the song he is heard laughing happily, and that is how I remember him. Harry McClintock claims to have written this song in 1895 but this is widely disputed. Many believe this song, or aspects thereof have existed for much longer. Leave me some love, comments, fire and all that jazz!!! New release 'The American Spirit Blues' drops April 23rd. Pre-Save and all the links available at linktr.ee/treedankomore
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