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On July 4th, Ginny’s will be the spot to check out the five-member fusion of Afropop, Hip-Hop, Rock and Soul with Meta and the Cornerstones. Producing new Reggae sounds in a variety of languages for anyone to relate to this holiday, lead singer Meta Dia clutches a voice of truth, happiness and strife while giving nod to Bob Marley and Gregory Isaacs. Adding to Dia’s sounds will be diverse instrument beats from North America, Asia and the Middle East, and this is music about loving, emotions, fighting and survival. Touring with the likes of Luciano and Tanya Stephens, Meta and the Cornerstones have played all over world–from Africa to Belgium, Holland and now Harlem. If you’re looking for a live throwback to the Reggae of yesteryear, then head downstairs to Ginny’s to see this band perform songs from prior records, as well as some new cuts from their upcoming album, expected to be released this year. Celebrate our Independence and show your true colors this 4th of July. http://twitpic.com/a3xycz Showtimes: July 4th, 9pm and 10:30pm No Cover!!
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Sounds Like: Sly & Robbie, David Hinds, Lee Scratch Perry, THIRD WORLD, Bunny Rugs (Third World Band)
Manager: NATURAL MYSTIC
Bio: Sidney Mills is a world-reknowned Musician, Recording Artiste and Producer. He was born in the UK in 1959 and moved to Jamaica as a child. Raised in the Saint Thomas Parish, he became a musician from an early age and was mentored by and played with many notable Jamaican musicians. From there he m...See Full Bio
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“Sidney 'Predator' Mills has become an integral part of the Steel Pulse line-up since he joined the band on keyboards in 1988... He then moved to New York in 1981 and later, he played with the renowned Calabash Band and the A-Team Band backing up such celebrities as Shabba Ranks, Judy Mowatt, Beres Hammond, and Queen Latifah, to name a few. He was part of the Ras Tesfa band with Kevin Batchelor and Jerry Johnson for a couple of years. While on tour with Judy Mowatt, Sidney was asked to work with Steel Pulse where he has remained for the past fifteen years. It is his position as keyboard player and musical arranger for Steel Pulse that has placed Sidney Mills among Reggae's prominent musicians. While on tour in Brazil with Aswad and the Smashing Pumpkins, Sidney and David Hinds produced Franklin’s Tower for the album Fire On The Mountain: Reggae Celebrates The Grateful Dead. In 1998, he supervised the music for Jamaica Beat, a Blue Mountain Film and a year earlier he scored and produce”