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Michael Rose With Sly & Robbie
Appearing Live at Moes Alley
Thursday, June 6th
Jamaican Reggae Legends Make A Rare Appearance Together For An Intimate Performance In Santa Cruz
9:00 PM, Doors Open 8:00 PM, $30 Advance, $35 Day Of Show, + Special Guests Irie Rockers

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Moe's Alley presents a Classic Jamaican Roots Reggae party featuring MICHAEL ROSE together with SLY AND ROBBIE.  Special guests Irie Rockers support.  Buy your tickets in advance for this rare and intimate performance that will sell out.

For over 30 years, Michael Rose has been recording and performing his brand of militant, hardcore Jamaican reggae to the delight of fans and music lovers around the world. Worldwide, Mykal Rose and Sly & Robbie are household names. Mykal is an exceptionally talented vocalist and performer. He has an original style and sound that was quickly embraced worldwide. Mykal Rose is the favored voice of Black Uhuru, with his Waterhouse slurs, effective songwriting, militant dancing and vocals.  Perhaps Mykal's highest profile recognition came in 1984, when he and the other Black Uhuru members (Duckie Simpson, Puma Jones, Sly Dunbar, and Robbie Shakespeare) won reggae's first Grammy award for the album, Anthem. Black Ukuru with Mykal Rose and Sly & Robbie became the best-known reggae act since Bob Marley. Even today, Island continues to capitalize on the group's success by re-compiling and re-releasing the group's Island years material.

Sly and Robbie, affectionately known as the Riddim Twins, are perhaps the premiere architects of the modern sound of Jamaican music. Building on the cornerstones of Studio 1 and other early pioneers of the Jamaican recording industry, Sly and Robbie became the driving force behind the fabled Channel 1 sound that dominated reggae throughout the late 70's and early 80's. Subsequent work, most notably with Peter Tosh and Black Uhuru, set the pace for the changing sound of reggae in the post-Bob Marley era.

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