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Prince Fatty and Horseman

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Prince Fatty & Horsemanreturn to Future Yard onFriday 1st March 2024.

Two years after the duo first brought their utterly danceable old-school reggae, Latin and soul sounds to our live room, they are back in Birkenhead once again to kick off spring 2024 in style.

Prince Fatty is the creation of music producer and engineer Michael Pelanconi – the artist name a nod to that giant of Jamaican sound King Tubby. Prince Fatty has worked with Horseman as well as varied global talents, such as Stick Figure, Shniece, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Little Roy, Winston Francis, Jamaican superstars Big Youth and Marcia Griffiths, Afrobeat musicians including Dele Sosimi and Kunle Justice, Latin maverick Manu Chao and hip-hop godfathers The Last Poets. He is known for “virtually reinventing lovers rock” on the first two Hollie Cook albums, beginning with her breakthrough hit Milk And Honey. Credited as Mike Pelanconi, he mixed Lily Allen’s “Alright Still” album, that went on to sell 3.5 million copies.

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