January 19, 2013|
After Last year’s high-energy SOLD OUT show….we had to bring this crew back….what a show! And seeing that Winter will be in full effect….we’re going to try and thaw it out for at least one night with our 2nd annual ‘Jamaican Me Crazy’ Caribbean themed night. Bring on the sand, jerk chicken, and Red Stripe!
Bob Marley and the Wailers have sold over 250 million records worldwide. In the period since Bob Marley’s passing, in May 1981, one group has continued to carry the message. Year after year ‘The Wailers’, led by Aston “Familyman” Barrett (the bass player and musical leader for the Wailers and was the musical director for Bob Marley), have toured the globe playing their special brand of music, enjoyed around the world by countless millions of fans. “Familyman” is the sole living musician who was with Bob Marley from the beginning of Bob’s career to his unfortunate death.
The Wailers now consist of seven (7) original members who recorded and/or toured with ‘Bob Marley and the Wailers’. The Wailers “live” show consists of ‘Bob Marley and the Wailers’ songs such as: “Buffalo Soldier,” “Lively up Yourself,” “Is This Love,” “One Love,” “I Shot the Sheriff,” “Satisfy My Soul,” “Trench Town Rock,” “Get Up Stand Up,” “Jamming,” “Who the Cap Fit,” “Exodus,” “Roots Rock Reggae,” “Kinky Reggae,” “War,” “Redemption Song,” “Stir it Up,” “No Woman No Cry,” and “Could You Be Loved.” Plus many other old songs, written by members of the Wailers, that were performed live during the ‘Bob Marley and the Wailers’ tours, as well as new original Wailers songs.
"They capture the nature of reggae music: relaxing, peaceful tunes with the spirit of faith and rebellion and highlighting social issues.”
-The Sun Chronical
ROOTS OF CREATION
Roots of Creation create their sound from a plethora of styles. Starting with a strong base in reggae and roots- rock, they tastefully add elements of dub, electronica and dance to guitar-heavy progressions. Brett Wilson’s (Lead singer and guitarist) introspective and consciousness-laden lyrics round out Roots of Creations intoxicating, genre blending sound. The band is raising the bar at every show with the intent of delivering a true rock show cleverly disguised as a reggae dance throwdown.
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