A concert series, Luce Unplugged invites local musicians to perform after staff-led art talks. Free coffee or tea available. Following an art talk on the piece of their choosing, D.C.’s The Archives perform a reggae set that incorporates the sounds of rocksteady and early dancehall music. The veteran performers established themselves on the local reggae scene with their progressive approach to the genre’s roots.
Come enjoy our 'Vineyard in Paradise" at the 8th annual Key West Festival. You'll enjoy island inspired food, wine tastings, craft vendors, kid’s activities, vineyard hayrides, and more! Relax and enjoy live reggae music by The Archives from 11:00am-2:30pm, and then get ready to dance to the Key West Band who covers the songs and sounds of “Mr. Margaritaville” himself! Please remember, no dogs or picnics are permitted at our festivals!
Sounds Like: Peter Tosh Official, SOJA, Steel Pulse, Damian Marley, The Green
Label: ESL Music
Manager: Darryl B
The Archives began when Thievery Corporation's Eric Hilton began a quest to explore the roots of reggae music. He contacted keyboard ace Darryl Burke to bring in players that would bring a progressive vibe to the music. After a year of writing & recording The Archives was formed.
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The Archives has a show on 08/04/2012 at 07:00 PM @ The Howard T... in Washington, DC http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/129168185 #concert