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Andrew Tosh (born Carlos Andrew McIntosh, 19 June 1967) is a Jamaican reggae singer and the son of Peter Tosh. He is the nephew of reggae singer Bunny Wailer, also an original member of The Wailers. Andrew has strong vocal resemblance of his late father and like his father, rides the unicycle.
Tosh was exposed to the music of his father's group The Wailers from an early age, his mother, Shirley Livingston, also being the sister of Bunny Wailer. His first recording session was in 1985, produced by Charlie Chaplin, and resulting in the single "Vanity Love". After his father was shot dead in 1987, he performed two songs at his funeral, "Jah Guide" and "Equal Rights".
Andrew Tosh has so far released six studio albums. His Acoustic Album called "An Acoustic Tribute to Peter Tosh" even was Grammy nominated in 2011.
Andrew Tosh toured intensively all over the world on all continents. Andrew performed many stages all over the world Europe, Afrika, Canada and New Zealand.
Where a conscious soul and righteous spirit are united with an amazing musical talent, great Roots Reggae music is just a natural, almost mandatory result. 29-year old singer and deejay Fyah T has been blessed with exactly those attributes from his youngest childhood days and shared the outcome of his abundant creativity with the audience for the past decade with the release of two well-received albums and countless highly energetic performances throughout Europe that always left a stunned and fascinated crowd. His latest record going by the revealing title “Real Rebellious” reflects once more his righteous and powerful mindset as well as his versatile musicality by blending not just Reggae and Dancehall but also infusing Pop and Rock elements.
Jeneile Osborne known as Queen Omega, was born in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago. After singing in calypso and soca bands, she turned to reggae, and began performing roots reggae influenced by her adoption of the Rastafarian faith. She became based in England, where she began recording in 2000, releasing her self-titled debut album in 2001, and moved on to work with the Green House Family label. From that time she has toured worldwide.
Love for the music, dedication and ambition, as well as a high level of professionalism are just a few of the characteristics that all members of the Next Generation Family share and that unite them not just as an exceptional musical entity but indeed as a family in spirit. For almost six years the band has shared both stage and studio with international artists from all around the globe, that always appreciated the talent, energy and creativity the group brought to the table. Ever eager to perform and enchant the audience with a stirring blend of Reggae, Soul and R’n’B the Next Generation Family is ready and set for 2018 and yet another year of captivating music both live and on record.
There is no major Reggae Festival in Central Europe where UWE BANTON hasn't played yet. On all his shows, where he is accompanied by some of the top Reggae musicians Germany has to offer, the audience were thrilled by the vibrant and authentic performance and his meaningful, positive message of true peace and love, equal rights, justice and righteousness.
Now in 2017 through the new media via internet like facebook, youtube, etc. there is no stopping a continuous growth. It opens new ways to reach to audience all over the world and while further shows and collaborations are being initiated.
CROSBY "Cross" Siyasanga Bolani is a multi-talented artist and super-producer, whose songs are based on social commentary. He was born in Cape Town into a musical family and grew up in a township called Gugulethu that is known for its superbly artistic vibrations. Ever since his birth, Cross has been poisoned with music, and naturally, he took music as his full time career.
Despite of the relatively poor ghetto background, Crosby is one of the
energetic and positive South African artists. He spends almost all of his
time making or performing music. Through his lyrics and action,
been a great inspiration to a lot of ghetto youth.