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While in Jamaica working on his next album, Julian Marley, who will be performing at Reggae 'Pon the Mountain, August 16, took the time to connect with California-based photojournalist, Kristie Akin .
Yorkton has a new piece of street art to enjoy. And it took only a day to materialize.
This Thursday, catch the CLAW reggae band at the Fillmore in Silver Spring. CLAW reggae band consists of Neal 'Bam' Feldman on drums, DJ V on bass, Rick Napper on keyboards, Darnell Bell on percussion, Djando Smith on guitar, and The Starlight Rocker Yusuf Abdul-Azim on vocals.
Those three included his international hit songs "Liar Liar" and "Loves Me Not" along with a Bob Marley cover of "No Woman, No Cry".
Reeves-Reed Arboretum, 165 Hobart Ave., in Summit welcomes the Massive Reggae Band on Wednesday evening, Aug. 20, as the arboretum continues its concerts-in-the-garden series, Sounds of A Summer Night.
Break out those dreadlocks and come prepared to swing those hips when Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, welcomes the MASSIVE Reggae Band on Wednesday, Aug. 20, as the Arboretum continues its concerts-in-the-garden series, Sounds of A Summer Night.
In support of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, the African Union Diaspora African Forum, an AU endorsed non-governmental organization, will host the African Diaspora Bridge Builders Awards on August 4, at the Washington Marriott at Metro Centre.
The festival announced Wednesday that headliners will include Martin Amis, known for novels including "Money" and "London Fields," as well as celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich and children's author Ziggy Marley, son of reggae's Bob Marley.
The Caribbean music landscape received a welcomed addition on July 12th with the unveiling of the multifaceted musical unit known as " JOSEPH ".
This weekend: Peoples' Festival, Robert Randolph & Robot House A trio of musical events for those looking to rock this weekend.
She'd just run through a terrific version of "To Zion," amping up the 1998 original's slow-burn balladry to propulsive rock, topped off with her lead guitarist playing a fiery solo.
When House of Marley recruited PSY-OP to reinterpret Bob Marley's ideals alongside the elegant Get Together Bluetooth Speaker, the character animator-turned-filmmaker looked to his love for dance hall videos and Japanese anime for inspiration.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 02:09 am
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