PEACE & LOVE CONCERT
Saturday 17 October 2015 Doors 7pm Show 7.30pm.
Tickets £9.20 in advance £11.20 on the door.
South Street Arts Centre, 21 South Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 4QU
CultureMix presents The 2nd Peace and Love Concert, an evening of live reggae and steel pan music celebrating Caribbean culture for Black History Month.
The event introduces The Mighty Dub Generators featuring vocalist Junior Watson.
The first Mighty Dub Generators single release The Joker, mixed and mastered by Nick Manasseh, features vocals from Earl Sixteen. Click here for a FREE download of the track.
The Mighty Dub Generators on SoundCloud.
RASPO Steel Orchestra will perform a brand new repertoire for a third CD due for release later in the year.
Selectors for the event are DJ Louie G who offers Latin, jazz, calypso and reggae. The Jah Lion Movement is a roots & dub sound system set up by Skully Roots in the nineties. With Roots Titus the sound will bring conscious vibes to an evening of cultural and rootical live music.
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The Peace and Love concert featuring RASPO and the Mighty Dub Generators
The Mighty Dub Generators, led by producers Farhead & Wilbert, link top singers with players from the Rhythmites, Radical Dance Faction (RDF) and the Revolutionary Dub Warriors.
They create reggae versions of classic rock and indie tunes including Led Zeppelin's ''Whole Lotta Love'', T-Rex's ''Children of the Revolution'', ''The Model'' by Kraftwerk, ''The Joker'' by Steve Miller Band, and ''A Horse with No Name'' by America.
Jah Lion Movement are a roots and dub sound system collective from the Reading area.
Jah Lion Movement started off in the early 90s when Skully Roots formed his own sound. Dub D, Akuji Warrior and Roots Titus joined Skully Roots to complete the movement.
Jah Lion Movement, who specialise in revival roots and dub plate production, have a large following playing in the UK and Europe at events including The One Love Festival and Illusive Festival.
Jah Lion Movement facebook page