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Misty In Roots

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Classic reggae band who have been flying the roots flag since the Seventies. One of the most powerful live reggae acts to have come out of London who are noted for their powerful roots reggae sound and uncompromising lyrical vibrations, became the major force in Rock Against Racism and playing more concerts than any other band in the movement.'No band has contributed as much to British reggae as Misty in Roots. They still make some fantastic music' -The Guardian.

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The Skatalites

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The original Ska legends whose influence in the development of the genre is unparalleled. The band has lasted despite countless line-up changes, delighting audiences around the globe.

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Ruts DC

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The Ruts DC were formed in 1981 by the rhythm section and guitarist of The Ruts. The Ruts had had three whirlwind years of success and much critical acclaim - excellent releases included the singles "Babylons Burning" ,"Jah War"," Something That I Said" and "Staring At The Rude Boys" and the albums "The Crack", "Grin And Bear It" and "Animal Now'. The late great John Peel at Radio 1 strongly supported the band's debut single "In A Rut", which was released on the label 'People Unite' by reggae band Misty In Roots, as they shared the common fight against racism and the National Front. They were later invited to play live for him, and their 1979 "Peel Sessions" set was eventually released as a 12-inch in 1986. The band continue to tour extensively and record, with 2016 album "Music Must Destroy" being voted 'Album of the Year' by Vive Le Rock magazine.

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The Members

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Formed in 1977 The Members are not a hardcore band - they play UK 1977 style punk, post punk and Reggae and they were one of the first punk groups to successfully incorporate Reggae into their set. Their biggest hit, the million selling, 'Sound of the Suburbs', has appeared on TV commercials and movies all over the world and is an instantly recognisable punk anthem. Their single 'Offshore Banking Business' is as pertinent today as it was 30 years ago.

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