Apr

19

2019

  • doors 9:00pm
  • showtime 10:00pm

The Human Rights

The Human Rights return to Owen Sound, bringing their ten piece modern roots reggae band back to Heartwood Concert Hall!

Since they came together in 2007, The Human Rights have built a reputation as one of Canada’s top Reggae bands — specializing in original, high-energy, modern roots reggae with a mix of jazz, funk and R&B influences. The band is fronted by Juno nominee Friendlyness (formerly of Culture Shock & Big Sugar) and Junonominee Tréson on lead vocals and features a blazing 3-piece horn section, two stellar guitar players, and a rock steady riddim section, topped off by legendary Reggae keyboardist Bernie Pitters (Toots and the Maytals, Hit Squad, Leroy Brown, Sly & Robbie) on the bubble and skank.

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