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Music for life says Uprising Roots

Saturday, July 09, 2011


IT is not over for The Uprising Roots Band following a fire that destroyed several million dollars worth of equipment at its headquarters at 28 Fairbourne Road in east Kingston.

Sticking to their mantra Music for Life, members of the band are pressing forward with the release of a new video for the singles Brightest Light and Positive. Both songs can be found on the Uprising Roots' conscious and inspiring first album Skyfiya.

The band will also be staging a series of concerts to raise funds towards its rebuilding efforts.

The series is slated to kick off on tomorrow night at The Deck in New Kingston. The show will feature a blend of veterans along with some budding fresh acts such as Protojé, Jah9, Iciency Mau and The Mau Mau Warriors, Vania, Earth Warrior, Field Marshal and the One Drop Band time. Among the elder entertainers will be Fred Locks and the Viceroys.

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