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Three The Hard Way

THREE THE HARD WAY is the combination of three stellar voices on the UK Reggae scene and one new R‘n’B young voice, backed by ‘The Staff of Life Band’. This Black History Month Special is a show not to be missed, featuring Lyn Gerald, Reme, Rafeelya and Delroy Pinnock.

About the artists

REME

Hailing from North London, Reme is paving a way for herself as one of the talents to be looking out for in 2021. With her soft and soulful approach you will be smitten with her Aaliyah style vocals by the end of her performance..

RAFEELYA

RAFEELYA hails from the U.S. and now residing in the UK, and was the recipient of 1st place in ‘Britain’s Got Reggae’ competition and won an opportunity to perform at the prestigious ROTOTOM SUNSPLASH Festival in 2018 and was very well received. She has a voice that encapsulates a husky soulfulness that will have you wanting more…

DELROY PINNOCK

London based Reggae artist Delroy Pinnock has been honing his vocal skills from the age of 14. A natural talent with a voice steeped in experience from being part of the sadly missed S&G Records in East London. He has a voice that can be described as velvet. His vocal style is a mixture of soulful elements from singers like Luther Vandross and Curtis Mayfield to the reggae elements of some of the great Jamaican artists like Beres Hammond and Dennis Brown. An excellent songwriter and studio technician as he has produced tracks for himself like ‘Heaven to me’ and Party like Mad on the floor . Get ready to be entertained.

LYN GERALD

Curator of this event, Lyn Gerald, has been a back-up singer for artists like Womack and Womack on the ‘Teardrops tour and Kymani Marley. She has a wealth of experience as a vocalist and Community Music Teacher. She will be singing tracks from her highly acclaimed album LYN DEBUT. Her aim is to give shine to upcoming talent and to show that Reggae is still very much alive. We know this will be an event that will be worth the wait!

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This event is supported by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets 

   

Sat 9 October 7pm-10:30pm

£5

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