Mary’s Place offers Earth Day reggae show Saturday, April 22

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Traffic Harmony is a Chicago-based group that fuses original roots reggae with music from Ethiopia.

Singer/songwriter Ras Lenn has been playing reggae for the last three decades. The music is truly unique and a reminder of where reggae comes from and what it stands for.

JAH Volunteers’ mission is to create more consciousness in Babylon and to awaken the slumbering mentality of society in this “wild-mad” material world.

The group features original “new roots” Reggae and Classic Roots Reggae covers from The Prophet Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, TooTs & the Maytals, Max Romeo, The Congas, Jimmy Cliff, The Wailers and a host of others.

Ras Lenn as Toki Aks & Traffic Harmony along with JAH Volunteers will be playing at Mary’s Place, 602 N. Madison St., April 22 at 9 p.m. as a part of the Earth Day celebration.

Info: 962-7944.

From the April 19-25, 2006, issue

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