St. Augustine Amphitheatre | Florida
Are you ready for the good times? Well get ready, this is Rebelution’s Good Vibes Summer Tour 2022 coming to St Augustine Amphitheatre on Wednesday 1st June 2022 with very special guests Steel Pulse and Denm. This is it, some good summer vibes, with some good summer music, both Rebelution and Steel Pulse have new-ish music out, so grab some tickets and come and listen to Rebelution’s, The Moment, and Steel Pulse’s, Mass Manipulation, live for the first time!
Rebelution has had nearly everything a band could ask for, chart-topping albums, hundreds of millions of streams, even their own festival in Jamaica. For them at least, Covid-19 proved to be a huge blessing in disguise, for the first time the band finally had some time, that led to their brand-new album, In The Moment, with the quartet’s soulful, exhilarating brand of modern reggae with addictive pop hooks, alt-rock grit, and hip-hop grooves.
Rebelution is lead singer and guitarist Eric Rachmany, keyboardist Rory Carey, bass player Marley D. Williams, and drummer Wesley Finley, founded in Isla Vista, CA, Rebelution has followed their instincts to remarkable success since the release of their breakout 2007 debut, Courage To Grow. In 2009, the band topped the Billboard Reggae Chart for the first of what would be five consecutive number 1 records, in 2014, they boasted the highest-selling reggae release of the year, and in 2017, they garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album.
Bearing witness to the accelerating negativity of global affairs, Steel Pulse emerges with musical vengeance to halt the disarray of humanity. The band's twelfth studio production, titled Mass Manipulation, reflects four decades committed to bettering mankind through music. Steel Pulse continues to be revolutionary in engaging controversial topics of racial injustice and human rights on a global scale.
Steel Pulse are a roots reggae band from the Handsworth area of Birmingham, England, they are lead singer and rhythm guitarist David Hinds, lead guitarist David Ellecirri Jr., singers and keyboardists Selwyn Brown and Sidney Mills, bassist Amlak Tafari, trumpet player Stephen Bradley, saxophonist Zem Audu, rap and backing singer Baruch Hinds, and drummer Wayne C# Clarke. In 1986, they became the first non-Jamaican act to win the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album, for their 1985 album, Babylon The Bandit.