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Matisyahu

Matisyahu 
Matisyahu tickets

Matisyahu plays reggae, dancehall, and alternative rock music. He blends traditional Jewish themes into his hip hop sounds.

The Wailers
The Wailers tickets


The Wailers play ska, rocksteady, and reggae music. They formed in 1963. They were the backing band for Bob Marley.

UB40

UB40 tickets
UB40 tickets

Reggae greats UB40 have had the same lineup since 1978. They had more than 50 singles on the UK charts and rocked the world charts as well. “I Got You” , “Red Red Wine”, & “Can’t Help Falling In Love With You” are a few of their smash hits that made #1 in the US among other countries.

Slightly Stoopid tickets
Slightly Stoopid tickets

Punk rockers Slightly Stoopid incorporate blues, reggae & hip-hop into their acoustic rock. They have released 7 albums, their latest being 2007′s Chronchitis.

Citizen Cope tickets

Citizen Cope Tickets

Clarence Greenwood originally released a demo back in the 90s as Cope Citizen. In 2000 he released his debut album, Citizen Cope. His music spans the genres of folk, blues, reggae, R&B and rock. He plays keyboards and guitar.

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Gwen Stefani Tickets

Gwen Renée Stefani made her debut in 1992 as the frontwoman of the third wave ska band No Doubt. The group’s album Tragic Kingdom (1995) propelled them to stardom and sold more than fifteen million copies worldwide. It spawned the singles “Just a Girl”, “Spiderwebs”, and the airplay number-one “Don’t Speak”. The band’s popularity went into decline with Return of Saturn (2000), but Rock Steady (2001) introduced reggae production into their music, which was generally well-received.

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Rolling Stones Concert Tickets

The Rolling Stones are an English rock music group that rose to prominence in the early 1960s. Like most early British rock groups, they were influenced by a variety of American musical forms, especially electric blues and early rock ‘n’ roll. Second in popularity only to The Beatles, The Stones presented a rebellious, sexual, bad-boy image that many other bands have emulated to the present. During the 1960s, The Stones have had a number of number one singles. During their 1969 American tour Stones have been introduced as “The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World.”

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Since then the band’s music has continued to encompass a range of styles from country rock to reggae to disco, while retaining their trademark two-guitar, blues-rock-based sound. They have continued to record and perform and are one of the longest-running and most successful acts in show business. They have sold 240 million albums worldwide and consistently reach the top 5 in the U.S. album charts, and their tours in the 1990s and 2000s have broken records for gross earnings.
Although the line-up has changed during the more than 40 years of the band’s recorded career, singer Mick Jagger, guitarist Keith Richards, and drummer Charlie Watts have been with the group the entire time; each has had a large influence on rock musicians in their wake.