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Tribal Roots set for Congaline
Article Posted: Apr 27, 2004
Tribal Roots is a committed young group that was founded on December 26th, 1999. The members make no secret of the fact that their union was born out of a passion for God's voice to be heard and His power to be known in the lives of young people in this generation. They see their task as young people to present the life changing Gospel of Jesus Christ, by the demonstration of the Holy Spirit, utilising the dynamic art form of Reggae Music.
Dedicated to the task of changing the fabric of the society by targeting young people, Tribal Roots – through its history of performances – has solid evidence to show that they take this God-given mandate very seriously. Tribal Roots' appearances to date have led to its recognition locally and regionally, within and beyond the Christian community. The group's ability to command support from corporate Barbados attests to their expanding influence and popularity.
Some of the highlights of this career include “The Old Years Night Celebration of Praise” in Antigua in December 2001; "House Of David" at the local Netball Stadium featuring international reggae artistes Sherwin Gardener and Monty G in 2000; National event of ministry in Trinidad and Tobago - "The Pilgrimage" – in April 2000; Barbados Gospelfest 2001. In June of that same tear, Tribal Roots also opened for reggae bad girl turned gospel artiste Chevelle Franklyn's "Glory InThe House" and for Papa San during his tour of Barbados. The group was also featured on the "Virgin Power" Compact Disc recording promoting sexual purity recently launched at the Bay Street Esplanade.
Reggae Night of the Congaline Music Festival 2004 gets under way at 7:00 p.m. with headline acts, Luciano, Mikey General and Dean Fraser, audiences can also expect inspiring and uplifting performances from the Jah Messenjah Band, Biggie Irie, Shakey Ranks and Third Stone.
Tickets for Reggae Night are priced at BDS $20.00 and box offices are:Ticket
Town Sheraton Centre, C.S. Pharmacy, Broad Street and The National Cultural
Foundation, West Terrace. For further information please call 424-0909.
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