Princess Pavilion: A 'Riddim Full of Culture' Special|
Posted Oct 24, 2006 - 04:05 PM
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The Princess Pavilion raises the temperature on Friday 27th October, with a live 'Riddim Full of Culture’ Special, showcasing first class, contemporary & classic, Reggae artistes...
The night features rapidly rising Roots Dancehall star Blackout JA, alongside one of British Reggae's pioneers Delroy 'Roots' Ogilvie and sublime female vocalist Talibah.
Blackout JA (rumoured to be related to Jimi Hendrix) has worked alongside an extensive array of international stars including; Sean Paul, Sly & Robbie, Aswad, Courtney Pine, Buju Banton, Freddie McGregor, Big Youth, Barrington Levy, Sisqo & Dru Hill and The Beatnuts.
Delroy ' Roots' Ogilvie is one of the true pioneers of Reggae music in Britain, as the original frontman for seminal Roots Reggae band Black Roots, and more recently The Justice Crew. His material is characterised by his enduring beliefs - songs of freedom, love and Rastafari - delivered with a sincerity and directness typical of the best in Roots Reggae music.
Show starts 8:30pm with the Toxic Sound Crew & Teacha warming things up. Tickets are £10 Advance / £14 Door with £12 Concessions. Available from the Princess Pavilion box office on 01326 211222.