Jimmy Cliff Many Rivers Crossed Tour Biography
Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff started his professional career in music when he recorded his first hit "Hurricane Hattie" at a studio in Kingston, Jamaica at the ripe age of 14. At age 24, Cliff played the leading role in the 1972 classic The Harder They Come, a film directed by Perry Henzell that documented the rise and fall of a fictional aspiring reggae star. In addition to his acting work with Henzell's film, Cliff also recorded the movie's title track, a song that subsequently became one of Cliff's most famous works. Ever since his 1962 breakthrough, Cliff has maintained his position as one of Jamaica's most revolutionary musicians, influencing other reggae artists far and wide and carving out his own niche in the reggae genre. To this day, Cliff continues to tour the world and release new music, keeping the reggae genre alive and well as he delivers it to ardent fans and new listeners alike.
Ethan Tucker Biography
With two self released albums produced by the age of twenty, Ethan Tucker has defined a musical style all his own with influences from folk, blues, soul, reggae and jazz. Ethan's upcoming album will be an eclectic mix combining these styles to create a blend of music powerfully unique and emotionally inspiring. Tucker has shared the stage with many great acts including Michael Franti, Ziggy Marley, Slightly Stoopid, Mat Mchugh, Mishka and many more.
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