Neon Newport Reggae Party
10th June 2017
Legend – The Bob Marley Experience
Reggae Magic Live + Guests
Doors Open: 7PM / Show Starts: 8PM
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/159883197843552/
GA Standing: £15
Tickets can be bought online or from the box office, some online services may apply a booking charge.
For more information contact the box office on 01633-533666 or alternatively email us at email@example.com
LEGEND are seven great musicians and singers dedicated to the life and music of the late, great Bob Marley
This dynamic band, led by the charismatic Michael Anton Phillips (Cheesy) has a pedigree second to none, whose members have worked with such reggae greats as:
The Mighty Diamonds, The Original Wailers, Dennis Brown, Rankin Roger, The Beat, Burning Spear, Apache Indian, Errol Dunkley, George and Desmond Decker, Musical Youth plus many more.
Legend’s two hour show covers the very best of Bob Marley and The Wailers timeless classics: These are just a few of his million selling hits brought to you in this fantastic two hour tribute to the acknowledged the King of reggae. The musicianship is flawless, with that irresistible reggae groove compelling you to move and the presence of Bob Marley him self invoked in the skilled and respectful portrayal by Michael and the Band.
The Reggae Magic was formed by Musician whose life has been dedicated to reggae music. They all grew up hearing and playing music at an early age. They have toured and worked with some of the world’s greatest Reggae artist such as Denis Brown, Gregory Isaac, Alton Ellis, Frankie Paul, Pato Banton, Apache Indian, Musical Youth Just to mention 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.
There was a time in the 1960s and 1970s when, ska, and reggae were all played on the same AM or FM radio stations. When reggae tracks brought from Jamaica would need to be blended with elements of American and British music in order for reggae to have a wider appeal. 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 audience worldwide. As a the tribute band Respect is Due.