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Peter Tosh band reunion in concert tonight at Pulse8 for charity

Peter Tosh band reunion in concert tonight at Pulse8 for charity Featured

Entertainment News Written by  Saturday, 22 October 2016 09:42 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Reggae singer Peter Tosh’s music comes alive at Pulse model agency’s headquarters on Trafalgar Road in New Kingston. Tosh’s backing band Word, Sound and Power will reunite with original members for a benefit concert.

 Earlier this week, on Tosh’s birthday, a museum opened at Pulse’s headquarters on Trafalgar Road in St Andrew to celebrate his life.

The band comprised Sly Dunbar (drums), Robbie Shakespeare (bass), Mikey Chung (rhythm guitar), Steve Golding (guitar), Robbie Lyn and Keith Sterling on keyboards, Carlton “Santa” Davis (drums), George “Fully” Fullwood (bass), and harmonisers Carlton Smith, Derrick Lara, and Junior Moore of The Tamlins.

Also expected is Donald Kinsey, a 63-year-old guitarist from Gary, Indiana in the US. Kinsey was also a member of the Wailers Band.

Some of Tosh’s session musicians, including horn players Dean Fraser and “Nambo” Robinson, are also expected to be involved.

 

 

 

Formed in 1976, Word, Sound and Power was Tosh’s official backing group which toured with the star both in the US and Europe, and played with him on the famous One Love peace concert at the National Stadium in 1978.

According to Pulse Chairman Kingsley Cooper, the performers who have been invited “include an incredible collection of famed reggae artistes, many of whom have already confirmed their appearance”.

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