Jamaican reggae superstar Beres Hammond is set to bring his mightily soulful sounds to a run of UK dates this summer, and will be joined by genre traversing performer Sanchez at these shows.
Hammond has enjoyed a lengthy career that has seen him produce various styles of music over the decades, with funked up reggae jams in the 70’s fusion band Zap Pow, to the digital beats of the 80’s dancehall 'What one Dance Can Do'. In the 90s he enjoyed great success with classical hits like 'Tempted to Touch' and 'Who Say', 'Putting up Resistance' 'Come Back Home' and 'Double Trouble' and he will deliver all of this at his run of summer shows.
Sanchez will also work through his huge back catalogue at the shows, dipping into R&B, hardcore dancehall, reggae, and religiously calming cuts that enhance the spiritual vibes of his act. His first hit, 'Loneliness,' recorded in 1988, is still one of his biggest tracks and this, plus plenty more, will wow crowds at the handful of August dates the duo will play.