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Reggae Band On A Charity Mission

The reggae group Idren, now performing at Tobacco Bay, take their name from the Rasta word for brethren, and they take the cause seriously. The band, in conjunction with the Bermuda Tourism Authority and beach management, are donating $100 to Big Brothers Big Sister of Bermuda, each time they deliver…
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Female Reggae Artist Coming To Brighton

A 7 piece Reggae Band is coming to Brighton with the aim of spreading kindness across the city. Beth Prior are launching their brand new album "Little Acts of Kindness" with donations going for her second single being donated to a homeless charity and refugees in Lesbos. They will be…
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Exco Levi Make It On Brampton’s Walk of Fame

As the undisputed monarch of the reggae scene in Canada with four Juno Awards under his belt, Brampton’s Exco Levi has not let fame get in the way of creating salt-of-the-earth type music that resonates with his fans around the world. On Saturday, Levi (born Wayneford Omaro Levy), will likely…
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Bearfoots Releases Earthy Debut EP, Tribe

Bearfoot have hit the ground running and formed a congregation of sounds, vibrations, and textures on their debut EP, Tribe. The EP is a collection of tracks that have been festival-proven time and time again, and stand as a dedication to those that had supported, nurtured, mentored and inspired them…
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Sizzla To Perform In The USA After 8 Hiatus

It’s been eight years since Jamaican reggae singer Sizzla Kalonji lost his US visa amidst claims that he sang anti-gay songs. But Sizzla, born Miguel Orlando Collins, in Kingston, Jamaica, has had his US visa reinstated and will return to the U.S. for long overdue performances beginning next month. Sizzla…
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