Jamaican singer LUCIANO has rescheduled four UK shows to now take place in mid-June.
Back in March the performer pulled out of a number of live dates after the death of his 19 year-old son.
The rescheduled LUCIANO tour includes the following gigs:
Jamaican musician LUCIANO has appeared in a YouTube video appeal for information around the death of his 19 year-old son.
The singer, who appears alongside producer Wayne Lonesome in the video, has urged members of the public with any leads to contact the police.
Jamaican roots reggae artist LUCIANO will perform a Mother's Day weekend special around the UK alongside BUGLE.
In addition to the previously announced show in London, the singers backed by THE RASITES band will also perform in Birmingham and Bradford.
The dates are:
Four Jamaican acts have been shortlisted in the ‘Best Reggae Album’ category for the 2016 Grammy Awards.
The National Academy of Recording, Arts and Sciences revealed the nominees for the 58th annual Grammys yesterday.
The nominees are:
Jamaica’s LUCIANO and BUGLE will perform live at Reggae Culture Fest in South London next March.
The big show takes place on 6 March 2016 at Clapham Grand with tickets priced from £27.50 to £33 in advance.
Jamaican reggae singer LUCIANO has confirmed he will perform in the UK next week, following rumours he had been unsuccessful in securing a visa to enter the country.
According to a statement put out by representatives of the artist, seen by The Voice newspaper, LUCIANO is currently in rehearsals and will arrive in the UK on 13 May.
Jamaican reggae artists LUCIANO, I WAYNE and TEFLON will perform live next month backed by the RUFF CUTT BAND in Birmingham and Manchester.
The ‘Positive Vibrations’ tour now includes the following live dates:
Top Jamaican reggae singer LUCIANO will headline Positive Vibrations 2014 in South London later this year.
Positive Vibrations brings a massive line-up over from Jamaica, also featuring TEFLON, I WAYNE, RASS OMEEK and BADRASS also known as JAHFET.
Classical Promotions and The Drum are bringing 'Reggae Salute' to Birmingham next month featuring live performances from LUCIANO, I-OCTANE, CHRISTOPHER MARTIN, ETANA and CHUCK FENDA.
The big show takes place at the Tower Ballroom on 28 September and tickets are priced at £30.
Jamaican reggae singer LUCIANO will headline the O2 Academy in Bristol in May with support from MAXI PRIEST and BLACK ROOTS.
New York reggae innovators EASY STAR ALL-STARS have revealed that their new album will be a take on the MICHAEL JACKSON classic Thriller.
The tribute album will be available on Easy Star Records from 28 August, but in the meantime you can listen to a sample of “Billie Jean” featuring LUCIANO here.
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.
The line-up for London’s One Love Peace Festival can now be revealed, featuring top reggae artists BUNNY WAILER, BARRINGTON LEVY and CAPLETON, among many others.
Other highlights of this year's festival include performances from LUCIANO, KHAGO, I-OCTANE, STYLO G and DIDDY.
Jamaican reggae singer LUCIANO was bombarded with empty water bottles during a performance at the Rivers State Carnival (CARNIRIV) in Nigeria over the weekend (24 December).
According to Nigerian news service Punch Newspapers, the embarrassing incident took place at the closing of the carnival at Liberation Stadium in Port Harcourt.
The film makers of a new reggae documentary Journey To Jah need the public’s support to help finance the remaining part of the project.
A short video clip below reveals what kind of content you can expect if the film is completed, urging supporters to “join the family...be part of the film”.
German film directors Noël Dernesch and Moritz Springer have been working on the film for the last six years and now need to close a funding shortfall of US$60,000.
Two things you might not expect to hear from the world of reggae have hit the headlines recently – firstly VP Records is releasing a country-reggae record, and secondly a Jamaican artist has put out a "pro-gay reggae” album.
VP and Warner Music Nashville have joined forces on new compilation Reggae's Gone Country that includes 13 country songs by a number of well-known reggae artists.
Jamaican reggae artist Jepther McClymont, more commonly known as LUCIANO, performed a headline set at the Lambeth Country Show in London on Sunday.
You can watch a couple of good quality video clips below from the Brockwell Park festival - the first being a cover of “Redemption Song”:
In the following clip he sings “Your World And Mine” and “Who Could It Be”:
The UK’s Lambeth Country Show has announced the line-up for this year's show that looks set to be one of the highlights of the festival calendar.
The Sunday main stage welcomes back an afternoon of roots and reggae with performances from LUCIANO and HORACE ANDY.