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This Weekend We Honor An Unsung Jamaican Music Pioneer July 22

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Press Release
July 21/22/23, 2017

At the beautiful Errol Flynn Marina’s Ken Wright Building and Pier and
@ Neville Antonio Park Amphitheater in Port Antonio, Jamaica,

Bandleader/Bassist Ludlow “Bingie” Lloyd Mckenzie Is The 2017 Reggae Wellness Unsung Jamaican Music Pioneer Award Winner

Reggae Wellness Expo & Music Festival Musical Mission Focus Is To Honor And Recognize Unsung Jamaican Music Pioneers, Provide Exposure For Jamaica’s Next Generation And Revive The Music Of Unsung  Stars Each Year At The Annual Event. “RW” Mission Is To Always Be A Beacon And Champion Of Encouragement For Reggae Music Workers.” 

It’s not hard to anticipate the solos of great bass players when you are at a live concert and all of have been grooving to the steady drive of the bass in reggae music; you can not help but to move and dance to the beat. Bingie is excited to bring the House Down

The Reggae Capital of the World is Kingston Jamaica and home to Ludlow “Bingie” Lloyd Mckenzie one of the best “Bass Players” not only in Jamaica but the world. Admission $10, Tickets Available at https://www.ticketpal.com/ 
and from Lenni I Music 876-401-3214.

Press Release July 19, 2017

Jamaica is known everywhere as the Reggae Capital of the World and home to many great well known Reggae bands and even more great Reggae singers. Behind every great Reggae vocalist’s live show, there was always a great bandleader and “Bass Player”that helped bring their music to life, many times that was “Bengie”.

“Bingie” has been bandleader and Bass player  for hundreds of these act over the past twenty years, On July 22, 2017
Current band member are Ludlow “Bingie” Lloyd Mckenzie (bandleader/bass player), Bernard Powell(Drummer), Philip Porter(Guitarist), Everton “Bubbler” Bryan(keyboardist1), Theodore Bernard(Keyboardist2) Duhaney ‘Singing Green’ Green(Led Singer) and Kenton Boyd(Engineer)

Sure he was the bandleader or bass player for acts that performed before Nelson and Winnie Mandela in Kingston National Stadium, or at the Bob Marley Song Celebration in Australia and if you ever saw any of the acts listed below performing live, its a good chance “Bingie” was the bandleader are Bass Player behind them.

Admission $10 Tickets Available at https://www.ticketpal.com/

Discount Coupons available.
Pre Sale tickets available from Lenni I Music 876-4013214

PO Box 215
Covelo, CA 95428
www.reggaewellness.com
info@reggaewellness.com * reggaewellness@gmail.com
Phone: Main 415-373-1075 *  707-972-6831

24 Halls Avenue
Port Antonio, Portland, Jamaica 876-401-3214

Reggae Wellness Clinic, Expo And Festival

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