NO PORTABLE CHAIRS, COOLERS, ALCOHOL, or WEAPONS allowed into the festival. Thank you.
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FRIDAY - APRIL 12th
- 5pm - 6pm DJ
- 6pm - 7:30pm Ras Kokay & Rythmadix
- 7:30pm - 8:30pm DJ
- 8:30pm-10pm Bradley Brown
SATURDAY - APRIL 13th
- 12:30pm -2pm Army of Gideon
- 2:30pm - 4pm Red Lyte
- 4:30pm - 6pm Hor!zen
- 6:30pm - 8pm Jahfe
- 8:30pm -10pm DIRTY HEADS
- PROPAGANDA AFTER PARTY - THE HARD RICHARDS, I-RESOLUTION, PROJECT X & OPERATIVE ME
SUNDAY - APRIL 14th
- 12:30pm -2pm South Side Dub
- 2:30pm - 4pm The Resolvers
- 4:30pm - 6pm THIRD WORLD
For the SoCal rock/reggae/hip- ‐hop band, Cabin represents more than just good vibes. It’s the culmination of years of hard work and endless touring, and a chance to refine and improve on their breakthrough, 2008’s Any Port in the Storm. That’s not an easy act to follow – their debut album featured one of the decade’s biggest rock singles, “Lay Me Down” (which spent eleven weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Chart, a record for an independent release and more than any single that year by anyone, including The Black Keys, Kings of Leon and 30 Seconds to Mars) and a shout- ‐out in Rolling Stone as one of year’s best new bands.
THIRD WORLD is a Jamaican reggae band formed in 1973. Their sound is influenced by soul, funk and disco. The band started when keyboard player Michael "Ibo" Cooper and guitarist (and cellist) Stephen "Cat" Coore, who had originally played in The Alley Cats then Inner Circle, subsequently left to form their own band. The original drummer, Cornel Marshall, arrived via one of Jamaica's most renowned groups of the sixties, Tomorrow's Children. The lineup for their first album as Third World also included a singer named "Prilly" and percussionist Irving "Carrot" Jarrett. The album included a cover of Satta Massagana, originally performed by The Abyssinians, which became a local hit.
Their second album, 96 Degrees in the Shade (1977), had several local hits and featured the band's classic lineup. "Prilly" was replaced by the distinctive vocalist "Bunny Rugs" Clarke and an all-new rhythm section: Ritchie Daley on bass and former Inner Circle drummer Willie Stewart, who had defected to join the new band. Notable among its eight tracks were 1865 (96° in the Shade), Rhythm of Life and the album's only cover, Dreamland, as recorded by Bunny Wailer. (This song, however, was not written by Wailer, other than the slight lyric and name change. It was in fact written and originally recorded as My Dream Island, by the American R&B band, El Tempos in 1961.)
Bradley began his musical career at the tender age of eight, while he had the opportunity to start playing gospel music in 1973 with the musical group Children of the Heavenly King. Years later in 1976, he began playing with a Jazz band in High School. In 1980 Bradley Brown moved to Miami, Fl where he joined a rock band by the name of North Western. In 1981 Bradley accepted an offer to play with Wildman Steve & Company. In 1988 Bradley joined a Reggae band by the name of Dreadful Rhythm, after 2 years he decided to join another band, Reggae for the Public Interest (RPI). Bradley also had the opportunity to tour with Mikey Spice, Tinga Stewart, Sanchez, Screw Driver, Kashief Lindo & John Holt. Bradley was also blessed to play for artist such as the late Dennis Brown, Kymani Marley, Culture, Johnny Dread & Gregory Issac. Check out Bradley's first solo CD, "A Good Man" on i-tunes. He is also working on his second CD - stay tuned. One Love.