New singles from Uprising Roots Band

Saturday, November 22, 2014

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MIGHT Can't Beat Right and Trench Town are the latest singles from the Uprising Roots Band which is gearing up to release its second album in early 2015.

The songs were recently distributed and are the follow-up to Time and Black To I Roots. All are from the impending album, also titled Black To I Roots.

The self-produced set will be the band's second. Their first, Skifiya, was released in early 2011 and earned Uprising Roots live stints in Europe and on the United States east and west coasts.

The band's members are Rashaun 'Kush' McAnuff (drums and vocals); Drums: Rashaun McAnuff; Ruel Ashburn (bass); Lloyd 'Akinsanya' Palmer (piano); Winston Bowen (guitar); Phillip Porter (rhythm guitar); Joseph 'Jr Congo' Sutherland (percussion); Ronald 'Nambo' Robinson (trombone); Sheldon Palmer (alto saxophone); Everton Gayle (tenor saxophone); and trumpeter Vivian Scott.

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