Jamaican musician BUNNY WAILER has added more UK dates to his upcoming tour.
Just earlier this week WAILER had to reschedule concerts in Fort Lauderdale and Atlanta in the US after health concerns.
Upcoming live dates in the UK now include:
Jamaican reggae legend BUNNY WAILER will reschedule concerts in Fort Lauderdale and Atlanta to late summer after health concerns.
WAILER was unable to fulfil the last two dates of his 40th anniversary ‘Blackheart Man Tour’ due to a viral flu that has been affecting his band since they hit Austin, Texas.
Jamaican musician BUNNY WAILER will perform a show in Brighton this summer alongside THE SOLOMONIC REGGAESTRA.
The gig takes place on 11 July at Concorde 2 in Brighton and tickets are priced £22.50 in advance.
BUNNY WAILER’s last Brighton show sold out so get tickets early.
Jamaican superstars BERES HAMMOND and BUNNY WAILER performed to a packed O2 Academy in Bristol earlier this month.
The ‘Giants of Reggae’ Sunday night show had been long-awaited since the tour announcement back in April and both performers didn't disappoint.
Apart from a BERES HAMMOND solo show at the O2 Academy in Leeds, the two Jamaican musicians will team up for a run of joint-headline shows at O2 Academy venues in Bristol, Liverpool, Brixton and Birmingham.
The UK tour includes the following dates:
Jamaican musician BUNNY WAILER has added a rare live appearance at The Electric Brixton this July to his UK touring schedule.
He will perform a full set backed by his phenomenal 10-piece band THE SOLOMONIC REGGAESTRA with brass section.
Reggae fans can now buy tickets for Jamaican performer BUNNY WAILER’s upcoming live concert in Glasgow next month.
The legendary founding member of THE WAILERS will be at the O2 ABC in the Scottish city on 29 July.
Tickets go on sale this morning from 9am and are priced at £20 in advance, plus booking fee.
Jamaican musician BUNNY WAILER has added another UK show to his upcoming tour this summer.
The gig takes place on 25 July at The Ritz in Manchester and tickets are priced at £22.50 to £30 in advance.
Live dates so far for the founding member of THE WAILERS include:
Jamaican reggae royalty BUNNY WAILER will be performing live in Brighton this coming July.
Global Beats is putting on the show which takes place on 24 July at Brighton’s Concorde 2 venue.
Tickets cost £20 in advance.
BUNNY WAILER is a founding member of THE WAILERS and three-time Grammy Award winner.
Given the recent war of words between US rapper SNOOP DOGG and reggae legend BUNNY WAILER one might approach with caution a Vice magazine documentary about the former’s religious conversion in Jamaica.
US rapper SNOOP LION met with Rolling Stone magazine last week where he elaborated on his side of the fallout with BUNNY WAILER.
During the interview SNOOP LION called WAILER an “old ignorant-ass ni**a” and attacked his “negative energy” following the reggae legend's questioning of his conversion to Rastafarianism.
Jamaican music legend BUNNY WAILER has accused SNOOP DOGG of faking his SNOOP LION persona to sell records.
The former WAILERS drummer claimed that the forthcoming SNOOP LION album Reincarnated and a documentary of the same name are "fraudulent" and has threatened legal action.
The line-up for London’s One Love Peace Festival can now be revealed, featuring top reggae artists BUNNY WAILER, BARRINGTON LEVY and CAPLETON, among many others.
Other highlights of this year's festival include performances from LUCIANO, KHAGO, I-OCTANE, STYLO G and DIDDY.
The eighth instalment of DAVID RODIGAN’s reggae show on BBC Radio 2 is now available for download.
This week, he unearths a classic 1982 John Peel session from GREGORY ISAACS, plus tracks from INI KAMOZE, BUNNY WAILER and LOUISA MARKS.
Click here to listen to the show in full.
The fifth instalment of DAVID RODIGAN’s summer reggae show on the BBC is now available to listen to and download.
This week the British DJ re-visits BUNNY WAILER's debut solo album, Blackheart Man, released back in 1976.
Other featured tracks include JOHN HOLT's “Help Me Make It Through the Night” - a track which put him in the British charts in 1974 - and SUGAR MINOTT’s “Good Thing Going”.