Reggae Maestro Joseph Hill will today, Friday 5th May feature Sierra Leone born blind musician M.B. Attila in a live reggae concert at Crossroads in the United States alongside backed by one of Washington DC top reggae bands, the Oasis.
Today, Culture with Joseph Hill is reggaeís preeminent harmony group. Born in the golden age of reggae, the ever viable Culture has garnered continual U.S. and international acclaim for its long series of classic "roots" albums.
Cultureís legendary "Two Sevens Clash" was Reggae Album of the year in 1977 and is acknowledged today by Rolling Stone Magazine as #25 of the 50 coolest records.
Milo Miles, writing for the New York Times, named Culture as "the leading exponent of Ďconscious reggae Ď. Hillís message is clear and uplifting. His songwriting abilities are outstanding and music reviewers have lauded his achievements for two decades. Cultureís level of energy and creativity has been consistent. They have performed brilliantly to spellbound audiences at countless festivals, concerts and clubs around the U.S. and throughout the world.
Cultureís backing band, Forces of Justice provides cohesion and energy behind the sweet harmonious melody backups of Albert, Telford as lead vocals.
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