CULTURE CAFE #19 this Wednesday with RAS MICHAEL on Bigupradio.com
|Blessings Roots Reggae massive! Bigupradio.com presents the roots reggae show CULTURE CAFE hosted by RAS TOM-I every wednesday. This week’s special guest is the living legend RAS MICHAEL! RAS MICHAEL has been putting out the best roots reggae music for decades. With dozens of albums and worldwide tours RAS MICHAEL has been pushing roots forward in a major way. Don’t miss this exclusive interview and feature on Wednesday! You can reach RAS TOM-I at email@example.com. ONE LOVE
About RAS MICHAEL:
Ras Michael was born George Michael Henry in Kingston, Jamaica. He grew up in the Rastafarian communities of Salt Lane, Dungle, Oxford Street, Pink Lane, Matthew’s Lane, Trenchtown, Rosetown, Clock Circle, Water House, Back a Wall, Cockburn Pen, in the ghettos of Kingston. His mother Mercideth (known as Mercy)was a devoted Christian, she was born in the parish of St. Mary, she left there and moved to Kingston where Ras Michael was born and raised, where he learned hand drumming and eventually became an internationally acclaimed master-drummer. The legendary musician is known throughout the world as a reggae vocalist and Nyabinghi “burra” drum specialist whose style is roots, rock reggae.
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