Thursday, January 20, 2011

Conversations With Julian Marley and Richie Spice

‘So Much Trouble in the World…All we got to do is give a little…’- Bob Marley

Conversations With Julian Marley and Richie SpiceOn Friday January 21, One Jamaica Lifestyle Events in partnership with the Bob Marley Foundation, U.R.G.E. (Unlimited Resources Giving Enlightenment), Manifesto|Jamaica, Anubis Communications and Ghetto Youths International will host “Up Close & Acoustic Musical Conversations” with Julian Marley & Richie Spice on the shores of Wicky Wacky, Bull Bay from Sunset to Midnight.

It’s an evening of Easy Skankin, no negative vibes, no negative music, just conversations with Richie and Julian about life, music and everything in between. Best part is the audience gets to ask the questions then request their favourites! Set to the backdrop of Open Sea and sand, lyrics and melodies will rock with the waves from Sunset to Moonlight.

While we dance, we understand more about each other and the music we enjoy so much. It will be a Conversation to remember, Reggae Music hard to forget, as they play your favourite tunes, Acoustic!

Reggae Music is the Healing of the Nation. It makes you feel good, calms your mind and brings you to an Irie place. Still, it encourages positive thinking and a consciousness about the world we live in and how important ONE LOVE is. We cannot forget the Message in the Music. So we're healing and taking the Music and Conversations into the schools.

Before the Main concert on Friday, the artists will visit a school. This week, Tredegar Park Primary in Spanish Town was visited to have conversations with the students about violence in the Streets and how ‘we’ can heal. Richie and Julian, along with some special guests will also do a simple acoustic performance. Recently there was an upsurge of violence in the community that has left many scars on the children that are so often overlooked. This is a good opportunity for artistes to get first hand experiences with the youths and their stories.

Manifesto|Jamaica will spend the afternoon at the schools engaging the youths in art healing activities and special performances. This week’s special Guest Artists: Kabaka Pyramid, Calico, Dax Lion, Shemaiah, Kelissa also performed at the school and will also perform on the night of Friday’s show. Photography will be on display by Joanna Francis & Sabriya Simon.

Contribution $1000 (includes fruit pack/ $500 with 1 or more items from the donation list). Profits are in aid of Eira Schraeder Aged Home and Mary's Child Home for Pregnant Teenagers.

Donation List:

  • Rice, Flour, Sugar & Tin food
  • Plates, cups & utensils, kitchen items
  • Toilet Tissue, Soap, bathroom items
  • Baby food, baby clothes, pampers, baby toys & bottles
  • Bed Sheets, Pillows, bedroom items

Food & Drinks on sale.

Menu:
  • Roast Fish
  • Fish Tea
  • Ital Soup
  • Ackee & Chunks
  • Tofu Sandwiches

Served with Rice & peas

Tell a friend, or a stranger; Come enjoy the Sunset on the sand. Reflect, Relax & Reason; Reggae Music Heals. One Love, One Jamaica.

Partners: Ghetto Youths International, U.R.G.E. (Unlimited Resources Giving Enlightenment), 1Love.org, Bob Marley Foundation, Tuff Gong International, Manifesto| Jamaica, DPB Entertainment, Anubis Communications.

This is a One Jamaica Lifestyle Event.

Source: One Jamaica Lifestyle

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