Sunday Reggae Dance Party at Haven Underground in Nevada City
Monthly roots reggae acts will come to Haven Underground in Nevada City with The Mighty Diamonds and Bobby Tenna on Sunday.
The Mighty Diamonds will be in concert at Haven Underground in Nevada City at 8 p.m. Sunday. Jamaica’s Bobby Tenna is the opening act and DJ of the night, spinning the best in reggae dancehall music! Is Jah Mikey One Sounds.
Mighty Diamonds was formed in Trench Town in 1969 and is considered Jamaica’s premier vocal trio. The Mighty Diamonds continue to record and perform songs ranging from militant judgment tracks to the sweetest rock ballads of lovers. The Diamonds celebrate the rare distinction of 50 years of making music together.
Every reggae fan has at least one favorite Mighty Diamonds song: “Pass the Kutchie”, “Right Time”, “Master Plan” “Tamarind Farm”, “I Need a Roof”, and the list goes on. The Mighty Diamonds are Lloyd “Judge” Ferguson, Joseph “Capo” Williamson and Donald “Tabby” Shaw.
Indeed, these seasoned artists know what the soul is. These reggae warriors emerged from the poverty and despair of downtown Kingston to become sophisticated reggae ambassadors who traveled across Europe, the United States, Africa and Asia to spread the word. gospel of freedom, unity and love.
Bobby Tenna: From Montego Bay, Jamaica, the multi-talented singer-songwriter and producer will also be performing. Through hard work and dedication to his craft, he has amassed an impressive catalog of songs that have won him many reviews from the media and music enthusiasts.
The venue, located at 226 Broad St, Nevada City, is Nevada City’s first nightclub, newly renovated and operating as a non-profit community theater featuring daytime events, fundraisers, business meetings, rehearsals, lessons, etc.
It’s a 21+ venue for nightly events and has a full bar. Tickets cost $ 25 and are available on the Vendini ticketing platform.
The event is produced by Labyrinth Locals Productions. For more information and tickets visit: https://tinyurl.com/MightyDiamondsFeb9 or call 530-444-0127.