Marching Orders Tour
The Green, Leilani Wolfgramm
VIP Meet & Greet Package
• 1 GA Ticket
• Meet & Greet + Photo w/ The Green
• 1 Exclusive Signed Vinyl 12"
• 1 The Green Tote Bag
• 1 The Green Tour Poster
• 1 Commemorative VIP Laminate
The Green formed on O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, in 2009. The group began as a vehicle for six different members of Hawai‘i’s tight-knit music scene to record a few songs and have a bit of fun along the way. Their self-titled debut album, released in 2010, earned both critical and commercial acclaim, and was awarded iTunes Best Reggae Album of the Year.
Afterwards, the band jumped on a plane to the mainland and started a heavy touring cycle. On the strength of their debut album, The Green struck a record deal with ground-breaking independent reggae label Easy Star Records to record their sophomore album, Ways & Means. Ways & Means hit #1 on the iTunes and Billboard Reggae charts and the band embarked on more intense touring; supporting acts like Rebelution, Iration, SOJA and Damian Marley. They also played at acclaimed festivals including Vans Warped Tour, Wakarusa, Sierra Nevada World Music Festival and California Roots Festival.
The Green hit all the right notes with their first two albums, but the band members are still coming to grips with the personal toll of success. Bands from the mainland may be used to touring from state to state, but that’s no small step for a group from a small island in the South Pacific. “While I face a dozen spotlights, you’re crying at home,” goes “Something About It,” one of the lead singles from Hawai‘i ’13. “Sit by the phone. You think I’m alone, wishing I could be there. But the music’s got me traveling on.”
The Green struck the reggae community hard with their debut in 2010. Their sophomore LP Ways & Means solidified their status as a force in reggae music. With Hawai‘i ’13, the band aims higher. The album collects 13 stellar tracks by a group with an insatiable urge to push their music onto the global stage. Some songs punch and some songs sway, but ultimately they all blend to form a new shade of Green.
Leilani Wolfgramm is an American Tongan singer songwriter from Orlando Fl. she got her start performing at Sea World Polynesian luau dinner show at age 7. She started singing at age 9 after her mom gave her a Patsy Cline record. Started writing at 13 after her uncle gave her a Pau Simone record and picked up a guitar at age 14 after her brother gave her a No doubt record. She joined her brothers reggae band in 2012, went solo 2014 and was signed to Raleigh Publishing 2016. Her style is lyrically driven accompanied by island rhythms and moody vocals. Leilani has played with Ziggy Marley Sublime with Rome Incubus Dirty Heads Soja Common Kings and more.. her influences include Bob Marley Bob Dylan and Lauryn Hill.
"I choose reggae because Bob Marley showed me a song can change the world i choose folk because Bob Dylan showed me a song can change your mind and i choose r&b because Lauryn Hill showed me a song can change your heart and a girl can be better than the boys."