Having a name with such a strong meaning, it is evident that the Jamaican based dub/reggae band, Dubtonic Kru, is scheduled for an interview on RJR 94FM this Sunday.
Poised to create waves in the music industry, Dubtonic Kru's music is a rare and eclectic mix of roots reggae and explosive dub instrumentals with influences from many different genres of music that appeals to a wide range of audiences across the globe.
This unique aggregation "Dubtonic Kru", in addition to it's strong dub section, Jubba & Stone, the band boast two up front rounded singers, Kamau "the quiet warrior" and Jallanzo “equally unique.” Kamau adds a powerful and revolutionary voice, along with his energetic role on percussions while Jallanzo's versatile voice and hypnotizing guitar riffs twirls around young and talented Luke Dixon's magical hands on the workstations (keyboards).
November 2009, the band released a new album which was warmly embraced by US audiences that rocked and grooved to their sound on their first U.S.A based tour of the spring season,alongside Grammy award winning Mykal Rose (former member of Black Uhuru). It was this response that summoned the Kru back to the States in the summer to perform at a number of venues across the Mid West and West Coast including the acclaimed Sierra Nevada World Music Festival.
Dubtonic Kru has put on many outstanding performances in many countries among the most notable are Ostroda Reggae festival (Poland), Uppsala Reggae Festival (Sweden), Rototom Sunsplash (Italy), NOWA Reggae Festival (Spain), Reggae Sumfest (Jamaica), Reggae on the Mountain (Utah), Sierra Nevada World Music Festival (California), and Bay Front Reggae Festival (Minnesota). Dubtonic Kru will once again be back in the U.S.A for an extended tour this fall until then their extensive promotional campaign continues and they will be aired live in an interview at 1pm with Jerry McDaniel on RJR 94FM this Sunday August 22nd.
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Jamaica: 1876 367 8598
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