Jamaican musician BUNNY WAILER has added more UK dates to his upcoming tour.
Just earlier this week WAILER had to reschedule concerts in Fort Lauderdale and Atlanta in the US after health concerns.
Upcoming live dates in the UK now include:
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.
Jamaican reggae legend MAX ROMEO, backed by THE CHARMAX BAND, has added a new show in Norwich to his upcoming tour of the UK.
The show takes place at the OPEN venue on 25 September with tickets priced at £18 in advance.
The tour now includes the following shows:
Jamaican singer MAX ROMEO has added shows in Bristol and London to his upcoming tour next month.
It now includes the following gigs:
Top Jamaican musician MAX ROMEO will perform live in the UK later this summer with a show in Brighton.
The gig takes place on 19 September at Concorde 2 in Brighton with tickets priced at £15 in advance.
Last year the “Wet Dream” singer released his Father & Sons album, featuring ROMINAL, on the Charmax label.
Jamaican reggae singer MAX ROMEO will perform live in Newcastle this coming May.
The big show takes place on 7 May at the Cluny in Newcastle upon Tyne, with tickets priced at £14 in advance.
Last year MAX ROMEO celebrated his 70th birthday and his 50th year in the music business.
The winner of two tickets to see MAX ROMEO in Camden can now be revealed after telling ReggaeChapter why they wanted to see the reggae legend performing live.
The winner is Luke who lives in London and won the competition by submitting the following statement:
Later this month reggae pioneer MAX ROMEO will perform a special show at London’s legendary Jazz Café.
Following his triumphant Lambeth Country Show return over the summer, MAX ROMEO is back in the capital on 16 October for this one-off and intimate experience.
Jamaican music legend MAX ROMEO has announced a performance in October at the Jazz Café, North London.
The show takes place on 16 October with tickets priced at £20 in advance.
Hot on the heels of performances at the Lambeth Country Show and WOMAD, the organisers behind Camp Bestival have announced Jamaican roots legend MAX ROMEO as the replacement act for TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS.
Jamaican reggae legends LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY and MAX ROMEO are the last minute additions to the WOMAD Festival which takes place in Charlton Park later this month.
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.
British producer PRINCE FATTY has dropped his third full-length album, Prince Fatty Versus the Drunken Gambler, available now.
The 10-track concept album includes both originals and covers, mixing “hip hop fantasy and reggae reality”.
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: