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Book Mishka for your next event.

Mishka had a unique childhood and extraordinary upbringing. Born to a Bermudian father and Nova Scotian mother, he grew up on his familys boat, sailing from island to island in the Caribbean. A child of the islands, it was almost inevitable that hed be drawn to reggae, Rastafari, and the natural mystic that inhabits his music and his soul. Talk... read full bio

Monty Alexander

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Monty Alexander was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica where he began piano lessons at the age of six. As a teenager he was often invited to sit in with the bands of some of the prominent musicians in Jamaica. While still a teenager, he had the opportunity to enjoy the performances of Louis Armstrong and Nat King" Cole at... read full bio

Morgan Heritage

Book Morgan Heritage for your next event.

Morgan Heritage is a reggae band of 5 siblings Peter Peetah", Una, Roy "Gramps", Nakhamyah "Lukes", and Memmalatel "Mr. Mojo" Morgan. They are the children of popular reggae artist Denroy Morgan. While their first album was successful, the band itself claims it to be too pop-influenced. This sparked them to moved to their father's homeland Jamaica and work with notable... read full bio

Mystic Roots

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This Chico-born, now San Diego based group embraces the nature of roots reggae wholeheartedly and perform it confidently. Through socially aware lyrics, Mystic Roots Band promotes Positivity and spreads a conscious message. Fans describe MRBs style as a unique combination of No Doubt, Sublime, The Police, Sean Paul, The Fugees and Cypress Hill with the spirit and consciousness of Bob... read full bio

Natural Vibrations

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With an expanding fan base on the mainland and beyond, the very popular Hawaiian sounds of the Natural Vibrations is growing tremendously. Natural Vibrations is also known as many different names, including Natty Vibes, Natural Vibes, or purely Da Vibes. Their reggae sounds are combined with hard partying, fun-loving pop and rock. The band is made up of six different... read full bio

Ocean Alley

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Ocean Alley is inspired by the greats like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and Bradley Nowell. When the members of Ocean Alley figured out they could all play instruments, they easily formed a band. The band has created an embodiment of all of their inspirations in their music, playing soulful psychedelic rock and reggae tracks. They have toured across Australia and... read full bio


Book OMI for your next event.

OMI is a Jamaican singer. He is best known for Cheerleader", a worldwide hit for him in a remixed version by German DJ Felix Jaehn. He is currently signed to Ultra Music, a part of Sony Music. OMI is the newest young discovery of international talent wizard, Clifton Specialist Dillon, who successfully produced and marketed such luminaries as Shabba Ranks,... read full bio


Book Ozomatli for your next event.

Ozomatli is best known for their fusion of Latin, hip-hop, salsa, cumbia, funk and meringue. , They also add some East LA R&B and New Orleans fusion, Jamaican ragga and Indian raga. The band is from Los Angeles and has a reputation to be culture mashers. The multi-racial crew in LA, the band has released several full length studio albums... read full bio

Pacific Dub

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Pacific Dub is an alternative reggae band from Huntington Beach, California. The band is comprised of members Colton Place, Hunter Porter, Ryan Naglich, David Delaney, and Nathan Ueda. Pacific Dub uses heavy guitar and smooth rhythms to perform their own take on reggae music. The band exudes coastal vibes, giving off a message of love and peace with their sounds,... read full bio


Book Passafire for your next event.

Passafire has gone through several phases of redefining their sound, style, and lineup. The band's biggest 'reset' occurred for their fourth album release, Start From Scratch. Passafire got new band member, Mike DeGuzman on the keyboard, a new producer Paul Leary, and a freshly made band-owned label, FlameGuy Records. Their fourth album stands apart from the rest by having a... read full bio

Pato Banton

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For the last 19 years, The Reggae Revolution has toured and worked along side highly acclaimed stars such as sting and steel pulse, among many others. In 2001 they became the first Reggae act ever to appear on stage at the Sidney Opera House, enticing a usually sitting crowd to get on their feet and dance for joy.... read full bio


Book Pepper for your next event.

Meet Pepper; Bret Bollinger, Kaleo Wassman, and Yesod Williams, three young innovative minds mixed with divine inspiration from the Hawaiian Islands. Their first album Given It" recorded in Kailua-Kona combines their unique style of dancehall, reggae, punk, hip-hop, and pop. Concentrating on live performances and culminating rich sincere relationships with each and every fan, Pepper has toured with 311... read full bio


Book Pras for your next event.

Pras is an American rapper as well as a two-time grammy award winner. He is best known for being one of the founding members of the Fugees, a critically acclaimed hip hop group. He has many hit singles including Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)", "Turn You On", and "Blue Angels". "Turn You On" peaked at number 2 on... read full bio

Raging Fyah

Book Raging Fyah for your next event.

Raging Fyah is a reggae band from Kingston, Jamaica, whose members were mentored by former Third World keyboardist Ibo Cooper. They started out as a supporting band for popular artists in Jamaica, eventually releasing their album Judgement Day. Raging Fyah was soon performing at prominent venues throughout the world and headlining Europes top reggae festivals, such as Summerjam, Rototom Sunsplash... read full bio

Rebel SoulJahz

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Mike Maglinti, Will Sua, Andrew Bubba Hodges and Tunez Moananu are the vocal talents behind the reggae group Rebel Souljahz. Playing instrumentals are Sherwin Debrum (keyboards), Gotaro Oshitari (keyboards, Jaden Jumawan (guitar), Darin Professah Garcia (guitar), Puunui Wong (bass) and Luke Daddario (drums). Their debut album, Nothing To Hide, was an instant success in the music industry. It spent more... read full bio


Book Rebelution for your next event.

A dozen years into Rebelutions stirring career, the release of the California reggae bands fifth album Falling Into Place finds them more energized than ever. Touring relentlessly since Count Me In debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae chart, the bands members have expanded their songwriting horizons and recorded eleven tight new tracks that fuse an ever-youthful attitude of... read full bio

Rita Marley

Book Rita Marley for your next event.

Around the globe, Bob Marleys name has become synonymous with reggae, its musical and political impact, and the Jamaican culture it was born of. With classic songs like No Woman No Cry, One Love, and I Shot the Sheriff, he reached across all borders to touch the hearts and minds of struggling people everywhere. Now his wife Rita, called by... read full bio

Sean Kingston

Book Sean Kingston for your next event.

Sean Kingston is a multi-Platinum selling Jamaican-American reggae fusion singer and rapper. His debut single, Beautiful Girls", rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and stayed there for three weeks. Kingston released his self-titled debut album, followed by his sophomore studio album, Tomorrow, and his most recent, Back 2 Life. Kingston was the opening act for Gwen Stefanis... read full bio

Sean Paul

Book Sean Paul for your next event.

The worldwide ambassador of dancehall reggae, Sean Paul followed up his six-million-selling, Grammy-winning breakthrough album, Dutty Rock, with the highly anticipated The Trinity. Every album he has released since then- Imperial Blaze, Tomahawk Technique, and Full Frequency- has been nominated for Best Reggae Album at the Grammy Awards. The music scene just hasn't been the same since Kingston, Jamaica-born Sean... read full bio

Shabba Ranks

Book Shabba Ranks for your next event.

Shabba Ranks was one of the most popular dancehall artists of his generation. He was also one of the first Jamaican deejays to gain worldwide acceptance, and recognition for his 'slack' lyrical expressions and content, when ridin' di riddim". His gravel toned, rough-sounding voice made him instantly recognized worldwide. With his big booming voice, a two-time Grammy winner (for Best... read full bio

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