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Reggae Music News (126)

This category contains news about past and upcoming reggae events.

In The Name Of Charity: Reggae to Reggae

It's not just about bringing reggae back to prominence or filling the gap for local stage shows, it's about charity. The organisers of Reggae to Reggae, a first-time event, not only want to strengthen Jamaica's musical culture, but empower the country's citizens. "Reggae music is about peace, love, unity, and…
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Dub Be Good To Me

Cold and wet Brussels seems a long way from the reggae drenched streets of Kingston, Jamaica, but one of the city’s leading venues is going to bring a taste of Trenchtown to Anspach. The Ancienne Belgique is holding a series of events, ‘Dub Be Good To Me’ about the offshoot…
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Reggae Artists Revive A Classic

The year was 1987 and Ruatoria was making headlines as tensions spilled over between local Rastafarians and the community. In a bid to put an end to the troubles, reggae band Herbs descended on the small East Coast settlement to launch their new album and film the video for its…
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VP Records Launches Dub Rockers

California based skate-shoe company Vans who have developed numerous footwear/merchandise lines inspired by bands ranging from Bad Brains to Metallica have entered into a partnership with Queens, New York based Reggae independent VP Records to create the Dub Rockers sneaker. One-hundred and twenty pairs of the black mid-top accented with…
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Charleston County Park Reggae Nights Concert

The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission will kick off the first Reggae Nights concert of its Summer Concert Series on Saturday, June 1 at James Island County Park. Gates open at 8 p.m. and music by Selah Dubb begins at 8:30 p.m. For the perfect cool ending to a…
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Trempealeau Preparing for Annual Reggae Fest

The idea for Reggae Fest started 22 years ago, while Jim Jenkins and Bill King were on a bicycle tour of Jamaica. The business partners, who five years earlier acquired The Historic Trempealeau Hotel, wanted to bring that music and cool vibe to Trempealeau. Since 1991, Reggae Fest has established…
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