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Monday, May 28

6:00pm PDT

Hybrid Vibe
Metaphysical Dub

Monday May 28, 2012 6:00pm - 6:30pm PDT
Mural Amphitheatre 47.62057, -122.35049
  Music Performance, Reggae Rising Party
  • Genre CB -- Caribbean-Reggae
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  • Biography We are very diverse Group of Musicians from the Cashmere Valley in Washington State. Our main goal is to raise awareness and consciousness through music. we play uplifting and spiritual sound vibrations. We would very much appreciate playing this performance event and would take it as a blessing.

6:45pm PDT

The Highlife
New Reggae Latin Music

Monday May 28, 2012 6:45pm - 7:15pm PDT
Mural Amphitheatre 47.62057, -122.35049
  Music Performance, Reggae Rising Party
  • Genre CB -- Caribbean-Reggae
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  • Biography The Highlife is a quintet of 5 Northwest Musicians who present Seattle with a new sound combining reggae, jazz, Latin, and Afro-Caribbean elements. Dancing music with beautiful melodies, funky beats, and important lyrics. Each musician brings their own songs and styles to the group to form the Highlife Sound. Whether you like to take it slow, or stay till the end of the show, the Highlife will get you there.

7:30pm PDT

Kore Ionz
Seattle World-Reggae-Rockers

Monday May 28, 2012 7:30pm - 8:00pm PDT
Mural Amphitheatre 47.62057, -122.35049
  Music Performance, Reggae Rising Party
  • Genre CB -- Caribbean-Reggae
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  • Biography Seattle world-reggae-rockers kicked off 2011 with a live in-studio performance on KEXP 90.3 FM in January that peaked at #19 on the station’s Top Live Performances chart, falling right below Death Cab For Cutie. Kore Ionz finished off the set, hosted by Kid Hops, with a world premiere of the title track from the Love You Better EP, self-released on May 28, 2011. In late June 2011 “Love You Better” went on heavy rotation on KPVS Native FM on the Big Island of Hawai’i, staying on their Daily Top 5 for nearly two months, hitting the #1 most requested spot in the middle of July. The band flew out to Hawai’i for some immediate radio promotion, including a live in-studio on KDNN Island 98.5 on Honolulu with Phat Joe and The Reggae Café. On August 20, 2011 Kore Ionz self-released the long-anticipated World War Free. Featuring production by Mell Dettmer (Femi Kuti, Clinton Fearon), the full-length opens a dialogue on how our history has shaped the present state of the world, and how our actions will ultimately shape the future. Prometheus Brown of renowned Seattle hip-hop duo Blue Scholars makes a special guest appearance on the single “First Avenue.” Kore Ionz have shared the stage with The Wailers, Steel Pulse, Third World, Ky-Mani Marley, Katchafire, J Boog, and two-time Grammy award winner Common.

8:15pm PDT

Clinton Fearon and Boogie Brown Band
Roots Reggae

Monday May 28, 2012 8:15pm - 8:45pm PDT
Mural Amphitheatre 47.62057, -122.35049
  Music Performance, Reggae Rising Party
  • Genre CB -- Caribbean-Reggae
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  • Biography Clinton Fearon is a composer, writer, singer and player of instruments since his early teens and a professional since the age of 19. He was born in Jamaica and become the well-known bassist, vocalist and lyricist for The Gladiators as well as a house musician for Coxsonne Dodd’s Studio One and Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Black Ark Studio, two of the main producers of the island. He also composed some everlasting basslines for well-known artists like Yabby You, Jimmy Riley, Max Romeo, Junior Byles and many others. After leaving Jamaica and The Gladiators’ band in 1987, Clinton Fearon settled in the United States, Seattle, Washington. He founded Defenders with Jamaican musicians in the late 80’s and gave several shows in Seattle’s clubs with them. After the band split, Clinton Fearon formed the Boogie Brown Band with local musicians in 1993. They recorded seven albums together: Disturb The Devil (1995), Mystic Whisper (1997), What A System (1999), Give And Take (2004), Vision (2006), Faculty of Dub (2008) and Mi Deh Yah (2010), acclaimed as one of the ten best reggae albums of 2010 by media. Clinton Fearon also recorded the solo acoustic album Mi An’ Mi Guitar in 2005. Each song of Clinton Fearon is a strong message coming from the heart of a man who dedicates his life to help a better world to come. With chiselled music and poetic lyrics, he opens reggae to a wider audience who simply loves his beautiful songs. Clinton Fearon is playing with the six musicians of Boogie Brown band or he in solo/duet acoustic set. Clinton Fearon and Boogie Brown are playing from West to East cost in the US. They spread roots reggae around the world, mainly Canada, South America and Europe. You can see the name of Clinton Fearon on headlines for many important musical events such as Reggae Rising Festival, Bumbershoot, Sierra Nevada Festival, Lafayette Jazz Festival, American Folk Festival, Lowell Folk Festival, Garance Reggae Festival, Reggae Geel and many more. Today, Clinton Fearon is counted among Jamaica's most talented musicians by peers and professionals in the Reggae music industry.

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