Princess Pavilion: Unmissable Night of Live Roots Reggae|
Posted Feb 09, 2006 - 12:41 PM
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On Friday 3 March Pavilion & Flick productions present Michael Rose & The Rasites with support from Toxic Crew feat. Teacha...
An unmissable night of live Roots Reggae with, the former Black Uhuru frontman, Mykal Rose alongside "the UK's most exciting new reggae act."
Rose combines a distinctive “wail-n-scat” vocal style and compelling “scowlin-an-prowlin” stage presence to deliver beautiful melodies, mystical lyrics and an uplifting message with the kind of impact that has ensured his continued prominence in the Reggae pantheon since the 70’s.
The RasItes, have drawn comparisons with the best of their predecessors and contemporaries, including The Wailers, Aswad and Morgan Heritage. Barely out of their teens, and with a debut album, Urban Regeneration, already considered a classic, they also work as session-band for more major reggae artists and producers than you can mention they are set firmly amongst the brightest lights in the roots and culture firmament. With the Toxic Crew and Teacha setting the vibe – reach early.
Princess Pavilion Falmouth 8.30pm Tickets are £13.50 in Advance and on £15 on the Door - available from the Box Office 01326 211222