Highlanda Sound and Aba Shaka to open for Black Uhuru this Thursday @ The Royal Peacock

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Legendary reggae band Black Uhuru will touch down in Atlanta for an early show.

Black Uhuru poster - Atlanta

Thursday, September 29th – Doors open 7pm.

Highlanda Sound and Aba Shaka to open for Black Uhuru this Thursday @ The Royal Peacock

2nd Annual, Health & Wellness Reggae Musik Festival

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The time is quickly approaching for the 2nd Annual, Health & Wellness Reggae Musik Festival!
2nd Annual, Health & Wellness Reggae Musik Festival

2nd Annual, Health & Wellness Reggae Musik Festival

Saturday, August 23rd, 12 noon -9PM
Location: The Wren’s Nest, 1050 Ralph Abernathy Blvd., Atlanta GA 30310
Admission is $10 (children under 12 Free)
Experience healthy food & drinks, arts& crafts, books & DVDs
2nd Annual, Health & Wellness Reggae Musik Festival

2nd Annual, Health & Wellness Reggae Musik Festival

PRESENTING:
Holistic Healers, Practitioners, Poets, Dancers, Drummers, Live Reggae Bands, live DJs and much more.

 

Gonzo of Reggae Band TRIBAL SEEDS Releases 2nd Album “Red”

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Gonzo, aka Ryan Gonzo, the newest member of Tribal Seeds (guitar/background vocals) released his sophomore albumRed, on iTunes June 3, 2014. Fresh off his performance at the California Roots Music and Arts Festival, the follow up to his debut album, Rocksteady, is highly anticipated and features guest performances from E.N Young of Tribal Seeds, Pedro of True Press, Koa of Inna Vision and Beyond I Sight.Gonzo - Red - Artwork

His new album consists of nine original songs written by Gonzo and produced by himself, E.N Young and Alex Gammill. Gonzo’s vocal and songwriting skills are also featured on “Rock The Night”, “Fill It Up” and “Undercover Lover” from Tribal Seeds’ new album, Representing.

Tribal Seeds’ video for “Fill It Up” features Gonzo and has received over 66,500 views on YouTube. It has helped their new album to debut at #1 on the iTunes and Billboard Reggae Charts. Gonzo is ready to hit the road again this summer for a national tour with Tribal Seeds and head out this fall as Gonzo and Beyond I Sight to perform music from his new album, Red.

Check out the video for “Couldn’t Take My Love”:

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Midnite’s ‘Be Strong’ Album Available May, 2013

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Hailing from St Croix, Virgin Islands — Midnite’s cutting-edge sound of modern roots music comes alive once again on their upcoming album Be Strong on May 14.

Hailing from St Croix, Virgin Islands -- Midnite's cutting-edge sound of modern roots music comes alive once again on their upcoming album Be Strong on May 14. The release follows In Awe, which was chosen by iTunes U.S. as one of the Best Reggae Albums for 2012. On Be Strong, their naked and raw roots reggae style -- filled with extensive remixes, overdubbing and other musical refinements -- weaves the cultural lyrics of old- school roots music with modern day to create a unique listening experience. In this album, look for Shona style guitars and percussion, hand drums from Mali and the Congo, Mbira (hand piano), Marimba, Zimbabwean guitar lines, trumpet from new orleans. Heavy African Influence, featuring members and players from "Playing for Change" ( a famous group in their own right), as well as various traveling African musicians. These traditional styles of ancient music blend with modern roots to crate a scorching sound. These production styles are unique to Midnite's catalog, brought exclusively through collaboration between Midnite and Fifth Son Records' production. Midnite is currently touring the U.S. until the end of April. Their live performances have won them a legion of fans among the reggae community.   Be Strong - Album Available May 14, 2013 [VPAL Music]

The release follows In Awe, which was chosen by iTunes U.S. as one of the Best Reggae Albums for 2012.

 On Be Strong, their naked and raw roots reggae style — filled with extensive remixes, overdubbing and other musical refinements — weaves the cultural lyrics of old- school roots music with modern day to create a unique listening experience.

In this album, look for Shona style guitars and percussion, hand drums from Mali and the Congo, Mbira (hand piano), Marimba, Zimbabwean guitar lines, trumpet from New Orleans.

Heavy African Influence, featuring members and players from “Playing for Change” ( a famous group in their own right), as well as various traveling African musicians. These traditional styles of ancient music blend with modern roots to create a scorching sound.

These production styles are unique to Midnite’s catalog, brought exclusively through collaboration between Midnite and Fifth Son Records’ production. Midnite is currently touring the U.S. until the end of April.

Their live performances have won them a legion of fans among the reggae community.