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Reggae Music News (126)

This category contains news about past and upcoming reggae events.

The Wailers Bringing Reggae To Utah

Vocalist Koolant Brown knew what he was getting into when he joined the pioneer reggae band The Wailers in 2010. The band, lead by original member Aston "Family Man" Barrett, is best known for its work with Bunny Wailer, and the two late Jamaican-music icons Bob Marley and Peter Tosh,…
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Coney Island Reggae Sound System

In Jamaica in the 1950s and ’60s, locally produced music (American R&B covers, ska, then reggae) rarely made it onto the radio because it was considered inferior to what was being produced abroad. Instead it was common for homegrown music to be played over large sound systems in public spaces.…
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MATISYAHU SCHEDULES FALL TOUR

Matisyahu will be heading to college towns around the U.S. later this year to support his most recent album, Spark Seeker. The trek for the newly clean-shaven reggae/hip-hop artist will begin October 10 at the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, Colo., and the singer will remain on the road through…
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Matisyahu Bringing Reggae and Evolution To the Soul Kitchen Tonight

If music is all about the journey, inside and far out, then those who make the pilgrimage to the Soul Kitchen Music Hall in downtown Mobile tonight had better pack their bags. Co-headlining the 7:30 p.m. show with West Coast group The Dirty Heads is Matisyahu. The 33-year-old phenom has…
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Reggae Bad Boys To The Rescue

WITH over 40 years in the music under their belt, Inner Circle has just about seen and done it all. Recently, the band launched their latest, and arguably, most important, initiative. Their dissatisfaction with contemporary Jamaican music inspired the Saving The Reggae Music campaign. Bass player and founding member Ian…
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Music Is A Mission, Not A Competition

The proven adage of conscious reggae music is the guiding theme of Glen Washington's new 17-track album, Masterpiece (ZHP). Reflecting his personal and artistic commitment to truth, rights and love, Masterpiece shows the mission is fully on course. From serious conscious roots, to playful lovers reggae, Glen Washington lends, not…
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