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Line-up revealed for One Love Festival 2014

The first line-up announcement for the One Love Festival 2014 can now be revealed, including THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS, CORNELL CAMPBELL with SOOTHSAYERS, BUSHMAN and TAPPA ZUKIE.

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London’s Hootananny confirms new reggae shows

KOFI, SUSAN CADOGAN and THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS are among the latest live additions to the Hootananny pub in South London.

Roots reggae fans can also look forward to BARRY ISSAC, ZACHEOUS JACKSON, TALISMAN and a special ‘Italian Reggae Festival’ in mid-October.

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THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS add more shows to UK tour

Jamaica’s THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS have added more shows to their upcoming tour of the UK..

The 10-date tour includes the following shows:

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THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS add new dates in Brighton and Exeter

Jamaica’s THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS have added two new shows to their upcoming tour of the UK with dates in Brighton and Exeter.

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THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS reveal UK tour dates

Original Jamaican roots reggae band THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS has announced a run of shows across the UK later this year.

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THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS announce UK show

One of the most popular reggae groups to emerge from the 1970s roots era, THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS, will perform in the UK later this year with a show in Norwich.

The gig takes place at the Norwich Arts Centre on 25 October with tickets priced at £16 in advance.

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Jamaica 50 Festival in London: all-star line-up revealed

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence from the UK, London’s IndigO2 will play host to the Jamaica 50 Festival this summer.

The 11-day event is set to feature an eclectic mix of reggae artists from YELLOWMAN to GYPTIAN, DAMIAN MARLEY to LUCIANO, and SLY AND ROBBIE to BIG YOUTH.

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MUSICAL YOUTH lose Pass The Dutchie legal battle

The ex-members of British reggae band MUSICAL YOUTH have lost a legal battle with their former lawyers over the copyright of hit single “Pass The Dutchie”.

The Midlands-based band claimed that solicitors gave them bad advice about the royalty money they might make from the 1982 song, which was an adaptation of “Pass The Kouchie” by THE MIGHTY DIAMONDS.

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