Raging Fyah continues the work

Saturday, October 07, 2017

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Grammy-nominated reggae band Raging Fyah continues to take their brand of music to music lovers across the globe.

Tomorrow, the quintet which comprises Kumar “Kumz” Bent, Delroy “Pele” Hamilton, Anthony “ToniDrumz” Watson, Courtland “Gizmo” White and Demar “Demz” Gayle, will be performing at the famed Austin City Limits Festival at Zilker Park in Texas. They will also repeat the performance at the same venue next Sunday, October 15.

The Jamaica-grown band will perform alongside headliners Jay-Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chance the Rapper. Other performers include Skip Marley, D.R.A.M., Jamila Woods, Portugal. The Man, A$AP Ferg, First Aid Kit, Eagles of Death Metal, Car Seat Headrest, Grace VanderWaal, Alison Wonderland, Danny Brown, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Muna and Valerie June.

Meanwhile, Raging Fyah's lead singer Kumar Bent and Polish reggae/dancehall sensation, Bednarek, performed their new single Get Up last Sunday at Central Park's Summer Stage in New York following the Pulaski Polish Day Parade.

The video to Get Up debuted this week on Kamil Bednarek's social media pages.

Following their performances in Texas, the band will cross the Atlantic for performances in Brussells, Belgium on October 31. They head to The Netherlands on November 2. Germany will get a taste of their music on November 7 and 8. and. Neighbouring Switzerland is down for performances on November 10 and 11.

Raging Fyah is also part of the line-up for Damian Marley's Welcome to Jamrock Cruise which sets sail on November 13.




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