The main stage acts for the Lambeth Country Show can now be revealed including Jamaican reggae musicians JOHNNY CLARKE, LITTLE ROY and STYLO G.
Also appearing on Sunday will be ska band CHAINSKA BRASSIKA featuring NATTY.
Saturday acts include THE CORRESPONDENTS and YOLANDA BROWN who is currently touring with ‘Reggae Love Songs’ along with a full band.
Jamaican music pioneer LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY will headline the One Love Festival in the UK this summer.
The reggae great will be joined by MAX ROMEO, THE CONGOS, CAPITAL LETTERS, MACKA B, DON CAMPBELL, DISCIPLES, SMITH & MIGHTY, MIXMASTER MORRIS, GENERAL ROOTS and many more.
Amid a run of intimate shows around the UK soul-reggae crossover artist NATTY catches up with ReggaeChapter.com to discuss his latest album.
NATTY is back following the success of his debut album Man Like I, with his highly anticipated album Release the Fear.
The new record is out now and features the likes of GEORGE THE POET, ALBOROSIE and BUSY SIGNAL.
Soul-reggae crossover artist NATTY is back following the success of his debut album Man Like I, with his highly anticipated album Release the Fear.
The new record is set for release on 29 February, featuring GEORGE THE POET, ALBOROSIE and BUSY SIGNAL.
The first single of the album, “I'm Alive”, is a catchy proclamation of faith and a declaration of thanks for new times and new energies.
London musician NATTY has revealed a run of UK shows later this year in March.
The dates are:
North London musician NATTY will next month perform a run of intimate shows around the capital.
The 'Four Corners Tour' includes the following dates:
Reggae singer songwriter NATTY has lined up a number of live shows this summer around the UK.
In addition to festival appearances and a gig in Perranporth, the North London artist is now on the bill at a fundraising event for The Hemp Trading Company (THTC) in Brixton on May Day.
Upcoming shows include:
STEPHEN MARLEY, SOJA and BARRINGTON LEVY are among the latest additions to this year’s BoomTown Fair TrenchTown District.
The festival takes place on 13-16 August at the Matterley Estate, near Winchester in Hampshire. Tier three tickets are priced at £155 for the weekend.
ALBOROSIE, MATISYAHU, CHAM, TURBULENCE, CUTTY RANKS, WARD 21, KATCHAFIRE, DAVID RODIGAN, NATTY, GENTLEMAN'S DUB CLUB, JAH MASON, DEMOLITION MAN and MUNGOS HI FI are coming to the Lion’s Den at this summer's BoomTown Fair.
Jamaican artist RICHIE SPICE will headline a brand new festival in London later this year - City Splash Festival.
GENTLEMAN'S DUB CLUB, THE MOUSE OUTFIT, CHANNEL ONE, JAH YOUTH, NATTY and RTKAL are also among the first acts confirmed for the festival, which is billed as “celebrating the Caribbean's sound system culture in the heart of the city”.
The organisers of the UK’s Bestival have announced a brand new stage for the 2014 event called Reggae Roots.
The new stage will be dedicated to the myriad flavours of reggae from ska, rocksteady and ragga to dub, dancehall and junglist riddims.
Bestival regulars REGGAE ROAST, TAYO and JIM8TRACK will be residents throughout the weekend.
UK reggae/alternative artist NATTY is in the process of planning to tour the UK before the year ends.
According to a post on his Facebook page, after seeing how many places people want to see the London artist perform, he doesn't want anyone to miss out.
The main stage line-up for South London’s Lambeth Country Show 2013 can now be revealed including headliner MAX ROMEO.
The Jamaican roots reggae veteran will top the bill alongside CORNELL CAMPBELL, SOOTHSAYERS, NATTY, LEE THOMPSON SKA ORCHESTRA and MANASSEH SOUND SYSTEM.
Constantly touring Jamaican band TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS performed at the legendary 100 Club this week (8 August) as part of the Converse Represent series of shows.
The once in a lifetime gig was about as rammed as it could possibly get and with the air con seemingly packing up mid-show, the bands throughout the night were generating uncomfortable levels of heat.
Pioneering Jamaican band TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS will perform at the 100 Club next month as part of the Converse 'Represent' series of shows and an extensive UK tour.
The intimate show at the famous London venue is part of a wider tour of the UK throughout August taking in gigs in Glasgow, Liverpool and Brighton, among many others.
The full line-up for the Respect Jamaica 50 Festival in London - celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence from the UK - can now be revealed.
North Greenwich’s IndigO2 venue will play host to the 12-day event with some of the most iconic reggae artists appearing together on stage.
The confirmed line-up is as follows:
The second set of bands has been announced for the UK’s BoomTown festival including NATTY, THE BEAT and DUB PISTOLS.
The first round of acts was announced earlier this month, including the likes of ALBOROSIE, TANYA STEPHENS and THE SKATALITES.
Marley’s Mellow Mood is tonight (6 February) hosting a show featuring rising UK reggae artist NATTY at the 100 Club to celebrate the life of BOB MARLEY.
Tickets for the London gig are priced at £5 and will only be available on the night.
Fan-filmed video footage of NATTY’s 3 November performance at the Thekla in Bristol can now be seen below.
The North London musician is part-way through a tour of the UK where he is performing songs from his current EP Change and upcoming as-yet-unnamed album that is set for a summer 2012 release.
NATTY comes straight from a tour of the US where he has been supporting reggae artist ZIGGY MARLEY.
Remaining shows on the UK tour include: