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Tubby Love Playing This Thurs As Part of "Fashion Night Out"!

Enjoy a free performance by Berklee musician Tubby Love, Thurs, at 8 p.m. when Newbury Street closes to traffic for first time in 15 years.

It's not the size of the man, it's the size of the love. Ranging from acoustic soul to futuristic reggae fusion, Tubby Love delivers a diverse message of truth and love.

A recent graduate of Berklee College of Music, Tubby Love is a man on a musical journey across the world to pay homage to the universal positive vibration, with a soul-saturated, reggae-soaked sound and a contagious live performance energy. He has shared the stage with many of his influences, such as Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Passafire, and the Aggrolites.

Tubby Love is constantly collaborating and combining new flavors, creating what some are calling a "reggae soul revolution." He just calls it music. “I try not to box myself into a genre," he says during an interview at the Salem Jazz and Soul Festival, "What I play is music. I draw inspiration from everything."

Tubby will be taking the stage, located at Exter & Newbury in front of Stephanie's, this Thursday, September 8:00p.m. as part of the Newbury Street League’s “Fashion Night Out.” 

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