Last week, this guy didn’t realize he was singing for the reggae star. Now he’ll be sharing a stage with him.
What are the odds?
Journeying into a South American reverie is "Camino Rojo" which features Argentinian trio, Lulacruza. One of the most blissful
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Hailing from the verdant land of Bend, Oregon comes the funky pop reggae magic of Keez and his latest, masterfully produced record, Water Creatures. Keez, also known as Brad Jones, is well versed in the music industry having already spent years producing, writing and touring.
His evolution was an "incredibly spiritual and honest experience."
It's a language we can all understand.
At a press conference in Tel Aviv prior to his performance in the capital, Matisyahu stated that it was important for "American Jews like myself to come to Israel no matter what's happening here."
Ten years after the release of his breakthrough album, Live at Stubb's (which reached #1 on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart), Matisyahu has again returned to the well-known Texas venue to record Live at Stubb's, Vol. III.