Pato Banton Biography

Positive vibrations abound at a Pato Banton concert with beats that will keep you on your dancing feet and messages that invigorate the body, mind and soul. Many have compared Banton's charismatic performance style to live theatre, where no two shows are alike and audience members are encouraged to become part of the larger experience. Pushing aside the setlists that command the attention of so many other artists, Banton instead decides the direction of his shows based on the feedback he receives from his listeners.

Shocks of Mighty Biography

The Shocks of Mighty deliver hard-hitting soul through the classic sounds of ska, rocksteady, and reggae. After initially coming together in 1995, the band (comprising of Mike "Stinky" Thompson on trumpet and vocals, Marc Pierre on guitar, Erin "Dirty" Dunn on bass, Bob Ceccarelli on drums, Rick Rhoades on keys, Josh Baca on saxophone, and Steve Baca on trombone) has played with both legendary and up-and-coming reggae bands and musicians, including acts like Jimmy Cliff, The Skatalites, Toot and the Maytals, The Untouchables, and a long list of equally-impressive groups. Tonight, The Shocks of Mighty accompany yet another big name in reggae soul as they open for Pato Banton.

DJ Carlos Culture Biography

DJ Carlos Culture has been spinning records for over two decades. In addition to working as an air jock on 91X, DJ Carlos Culture has also performed with SoCal bands like the Orange County-based Common Sense. Bringing together his own unique blend of cultural reggae and dancehall music, DJ Carlos Culture aims to get everyone in the audience on their feet and moving to the music.

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