with Sister Speak
Fri Sep 30
with Sister Speak
|Age:||Ages 21+ Only|
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Legendary reggae artist Don Carlos started his singing career in 1965 by collaborating with likeminded musicians before quickly moving on to create solo singles. In 1972, Carlos became one of the original contributors of Black Uhuru, founding the Jamaican trio alongside co-founders Garth Dennis and Derrick "Duckie" Simpson. Two years after the trio's groundbreaking debut, the group split and Carlos moved on to pursue a solo career.After spending three years developing his songwriting craft and grooming his distinctive vocal style, Carlos released his debut solo record Suffering in May 1981. The strong release took the industry by storm and soon became a massive hit in Africa. Carlos' most recent solo work was on 2010's Changes, though Carlos also recently appeared on a 2012 album by the modern San Diego reggae group Slightly Stoopid.
After returning from her first world tour, Canadian artist Sister Speak will release a new live album on vinyl at The Belly Up February 5th with her full band. The new record features 3 unreleased tracks and live full band versions of songs from both earlier albums. The world tour made stops in Canada, USA, Germany, France, Budapest, Belize and Costa Rica. In concert Sister Speak combines passionate indie-folk, americana-blues, and touch of world music. In addition to headlining legendary music clubs, Sister Speak has performed at various festivals in North America and shared the stage with Air Supply, The Doobie Brothers and Xavier Rudd among others. Sister Speak's debut album, Rise Up For Love, was released in 2014 and The Stand EP in 2018. Both albums have aired on radio throughout North America and Europe. Whether solo or as a band, Sister Speak aims to share message-driven music and support the authentic expression of the woman's voice. Sister Speak was voted 'Best Pop' at the 2017 San Diego Music Awards and is currently based in Los Angeles CA.