One of the most recognizable voices in reggae will be back on the road in the United States.
Barrington Levy, the 52-year-old Jamaican native, credited with such breakthrough hits “Here I Come”, “Prison Oval Rock”, “Murderer”, “Black Roses”, “Vice Versa Love”, “Under Mi Sensi”, and countless others has announced new tour dates.
With Barrington Levy’s most recent album, Acousticalevy being nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album this past February, Levy has been relentless on the road in support of his timeless music.
Over the last few decades, Barrington Levy has been an influential part of the growth of reggae music in the United States, working with many of the pioneering American reggae bands like Sublime, Long Beach Dub All-Stars, and Slightly Stoopid, among others.
Some of the best collaborations in the American-Jamaican collaborations have included Barrington Levy’s iconic voice.
Once again, fans will have an opportunity to take in Barrington Levy’s live sound, performing some of his all-time hits and classics from over thirty years in the reggae genre. The Jamaican born international reggae star has returned,
Barrington Levy will now embark on tour through the United States this December. Some of the cities included throughout this string of dates are Los Angeles, San Diego, Washington D.C., New York, Boston, Oakland, Sacramento and more.
The tour will run from the first week of December to December 18th. Tickets are available on a city by city basis.
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Video: Barrington Levy – “Here I Come”