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The Reggae Magic

The Reggae Magic
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THE Reggae Magic was formed in 2010 by musicians whose lives have been dedicated to reggae music. They all grew up listening to and playing music from an early age and have since toured and worked with some of the world’s greatest Reggae artists such as Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaac, Alton Ellis, Frankie Paul, Pato Banton and Apache Indian to name but a few. They have come together to bring to the world some of the greatest Reggae hits to be played on national Radio worldwide, with their unique and energetic show they intend to keep you dancing and singing all night to your favourite Reggae songs. During the 1960s and 1970s when ska and reggae were all played on the same AM or FM radio stations, reggae tracks brought from Jamaica would be blended with elements of American and British music, in order for reggae to have a wider appeal and the state of popular music at the time made it easy for musicians to add the musical hooks, so that it would appeal to all audiences worldwide. As a tribute to this great time, THE Reggae Magic have got this magical blend and for that Respect is Due........ Plus DJ PM playing reggae classics,  Tickets £10 in advance or more on the door

Saturday 27th January Doors Open 7.30pm

£10.00 per ticket

(subject to booking fee)

THE Reggae Magic was formed in 2010 by musicians whose lives have been dedicated to reggae music.

They all grew up listening to and playing music from an early age and have since toured and worked with some of the world’s greatest Reggae artists such as Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaac, Alton Ellis, Frankie Paul, Pato Banton and Apache Indian to name but a few.

They have come together to bring to the world some of the greatest Reggae hits to be played on national Radio worldwide, with their unique and energetic show they intend to keep you dancing and singing all night to your favourite Reggae songs.

During the 1960s and 1970s when ska and reggae were all played on the same AM or FM radio stations, reggae tracks brought from Jamaica would be blended with elements of American and British music, in order for reggae to have a wider appeal and the state of popular music at the time made it easy for musicians to add the musical hooks, so that it would appeal to all audiences worldwide.

As a tribute to this great time, THE Reggae Magic have got this magical blend and for that Respect is Due........

Plus DJ PM playing reggae classics, 

Tickets £10 in advance or more on the door

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