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Catch A Fire

Catch A Fire

Other / Praise / Worship Sterling Heights, MI  US
You Alone Are Holy
You Alone Are Holy
Awake My Heart (Live)
Awake My Heart (Live)
Freedom's Chorus
Freedom's Chorus
For You (We Will Shine)
For You (We Will Shine)

Shows

  • 2013

    May 8

    Ulm, DE | 6:00pm
  • 2013

    Apr 19

    Freiburg, DE | 7:00pm
  • 2013

    Mar 3

    Brixton, LBH, GB | 8:00pm

    Catch A Fire: Connie N Di Man Dem A Jamaican living in England, ‘Connie’ ‘Bell’s throaty, roots, dub-reggae, jazz, ska, classical sound is a call to action. She wants people to wake up. She wants to create in people a sense of responsiveness, responsibility and respect for all. Her use of dub poetry is like a ‘chant vibe’ that brands her, she’s got a damn fine bass-heavy band dem.She wants people to wake up. She wants to create in people a sense of responsiveness, responsibility and respect for all. Her use of dub poetry is like a ‘chant vibe’ that brands her, she’s got a damn fine bass-heavy band dem. Plus DJ Zinc Fence on the decks!

  • 2013

    Jan 6

    Brixton, LBH, GB | 8:00pm

    Catch A Fire Feat. The Worries The Worries began to ply their trade in Brockley, Lewisham but fast developed into a top touring live act doing shows all over England, and for various radio stations and the like. Over the years The Worries have backed various artists including Maxi Priest, Vivian Jones, Roy Richards, and Papa Michigan. The bass is heavy, the guitars sparkle, and the vibes are all-involving. Come get involved with the mighty DJ Zinc Fence & his equally mighty collectiong of Reggae and Dub 45s.

  • 2012

    Nov 4

    Brixton, LBH, GB | 8:00pm

    Catch A Fire Feat. Hayereyah Catch A Fire has brought live reggae music and the best of Jamaican vinyl to the heart of Brixton for six years, on the first Sunday every month. Sunday November 4th presents 7 piece reggae band Hayereyah & The Human Bridge Band. Featuring Hayereyah - Vocals & Harmonica, Etsliyah & Jo - Harmony Vocals, Zeral - Guitar, Anne-Marie - Bass, Victor - Djembe, Winston - Drums Hayereyah & The Human Bridge Band are firm favourites on the Brixton reggae scene, playing regularly at the Brixton Ritzy, Hootenanny, Mango Landin' and other venues. Expect conscious uplifting reggae music with self penned lyrics from vocalist Hayereyah, rock solid bass lines from Anne-Marie, one of the best reggae bassists in the business, and sweet harmonies from backing vocalists Etsliyah & Jo. Zinc Fence on the decks, spinning the best in Jamaican music from ska to dancehall. Admission free, 8-12 pm. Upstairs at the Ritzy Cinema, Brixton Oval, London SW2 1JG 0207 733 2229 Brixton BR & underground, 200 yards. All Brixton Road buses

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