Macka.B and the Roots Ragga Band | St. Johns College (The Auditorium) Oxford  | Fri 16th November 2018 Lineup

Macka.B and the Roots Ragga Band

St. Johns College (The Auditorium) in Oxford

Friday 16th November 2018

7:30pm til 9:00pm

No age restrictions

Reggae legend Macka.B to perform at St John's College Oxford.

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Macka.B and the Roots Ragga Band on Friday 16th November 2018

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Macka.B is a British-born Jamaican reggae artist with a career spanning over 30 years. Inspired by artists such as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Count Ossie, he has performed alongside Burning Spear, U-Roy, The Wailers, Kool and the Gang, and Lee Perry, and at prominent Jamaican festivals including Reggae Sunsplash and Sting & White River Reggae Bash. He also appeared in front of Nelson Mandela in the National Stadium Kingston, and his 1990 hit ‘Proud of Mandela’ went straight to number one in the Reggae singles chart. Macka.B has appeared on Channel 4 and BBC 2, as well as on French and German television, and his recent albums include Global Messenger (2000), Word, Sound and Power (2004), More Knowledge (2008), Change the World (2012), and Never Played a 45 (2015). More recently, he has become a viral Internet sensation with his ‘Medical Mondays’ and ‘Wha me Eat Wednesdays’ social media posts. He follows the Rastafari faith, which is a central part of his life.

Macka.B’s extensive touring record has previously taken him to Japan, the US, Africa, France, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, New Zealand, Australia, Italy, Spain, and Poland. Accompanied by The Roots Ragga Band, he comes to Oxford following his 2018 UK tour.

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