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Brandon & Incubus' 20th Anniversary
04 February 2012 17:50
The Wild Trapeze Artist
New US & Europe Tour Dates
29 January 2012 10:36
New tour dates coming soon
January 27, 2012
"Putting the finishing touches on additional dates here in the US in April and May. The band will be returning to some markets we've not been to in a while including Tucson, Minneapolis, Tulsa, Milwaukee, and Omaha amongst others. In addition, we will be announcing dates soon in Italy, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, France, and makeup dates in Amsterdam and Vienna. Details to follow shortly."
Incubus: Goodbye Sony!
19 January 2012 11:52
"@incubusband fulfilled our contract w Sony and now the band is free to record on their own. So we are looking at how best to serve fans."
We'll have to see what the future brings.
Brandon @the Museum of Monterey 12/15/11
14 December 2011 12:41
"Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd brings 'Art, Activism and the Ocean' to Monterey"
Once upon a time, Incubus lead singer Brandon Boyd had his sights set on a career in oceanography.
"I grew up surfing, and even before I surfed, I had a fascination with the ocean," said the 35-year-old musician/artist, who dreamed of attending Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego.
"I became much more fascinated with art and the artistic process," Boyd said. "I started painting and that sort of stuff and I got a little distracted toward my lofty goals of oceanography as a kid."
Boyd visits the Museum of Monterey on Thursday for the presentation "Art, Activism and the Ocean."
All pre-sale tickets are sold out, but limited space is available for museum members. For membership information, call 372-2608 or see
Museum of Monterey page
His work is on display as part of the Museum's "Flows to the Bay" exhibit. It includes a piece of a large mural Boyd created with the Hurley surf company, as well as sketches and prints from the project.
He teamed with Hurley to draw attention to the detrimental effects of plastic bottle water pollution. Boyd said the film "Tapped" about the multi-billion dollar bottled water industry was a particular eye-opener.
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