Musica: Inner Circle Performs in Miami February 24th

Hosted by Lance-O of Kulcha Shok
And featuring the debut of Reggae Wave, eight bands with one unique vision!
legendary Jamaican reggae band Inner Circle, formed in 1968
and currently consisting of Ian Lewis (bass guitar, vocals), Jr. Jazz (vocals,
guitar), Bernard “Touter” Harvey (keyboards, vocals), Lancelot Hall (drums, percussion)
and Roger Lewis (guitar, vocals). During the 1970s, Inner Circle became one of
the most popular reggae bands in Jamaica, and one of few that performed live. Among
their many hits is the 1987 song “Bad Boys”, the theme song for Fox Network’s long-running
television program “COPS.”

Celebrating nearly four decades as pioneers of inspirational reggae music, Third World makes their Arsht Center debut performing their legendary hits including “96 Degrees in the Shade,” “Now That We’ve Found Love,” and “Cool Meditation.” Showcasing their astounding 23rd studio album which features collaborations with Junior Reid, Capleton, Tarrus Riley, and Stephen & Damian Marley, Third World is hotter than ever.

Sharing the bill are the official bad boys of reggae – Inner Circle. Born in Jamaica, based in Miami and adored around the globe, this Grammy Award-winning quintet is responsible for some of the most recognizable reggae grooves today. From “Bad Boys” to “Sweat (A La La La La Long),” Inner Circle has put reggae on the map, and now brings their explosive live performance to the Arsht Center for this special evening celebrating the sweet sounds of Jamaica. Purchase tickets here:
Here is one of their hits:

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