Kingston, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) - After a stellar, roots, rock and reggae filled performance at the Wickie Wackie Music Festival, Jamaica's homegrown self contained band EarthKry have announced the anticipated dates for their SURVIVAL WINTER TOUR 2018.
Keyboard player Phillip Mcfarlane, drummer Kieron Cunningham, bass guitarist Kamardo Blake and vocalist/guitarist Aldayne Haughton are following up their prosperous Survival journey which started on June 30th, with the release of their debut album "Survival". The latter translated in a successful tour which saw the band bring their authentic roots and culture message to America and Europe.
Kingston, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) - Jamaica's homegrown self contained Roots Rock Reggae band EarthKry comprising of Keyboard player Phillip Mcfarlane, drummer Kieron Cunningham, bass guitarist Kamardo Blake and vocalist/guitarist Aldayne Haughton are slated to end 2017 as memorably exciting as the year has delivered.
From their acclaimed debut album SURVIVAL, to a fortutious U.S and European tour, EarthKry has remained true to delivering and carrying on the authentic roots and culture of reggae vibes. On December 9th, 2017 Phillip, Kieron, Aldayne and Kamardo will take the stage for the second time at the popular Wickie Wackie Music Festival in Saint Andrew, Jamaica, and perform from their praised Hard Road EP, and of the destined to be classic Survival. "It's going to be a nice compact set. Expect some Hardcore, roots, rock, reggae music." - Phillip McFarlane
Kingston, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) - Summer 2017 has thus far been a whirlwind of positive vibes for reggae band EarthKry. The Edna Manley College alumni quartet have delivered their first album “Survival” which has received tremendous feedback from both fans and the industry alike, and recently concluded a supporting tour.
Produced by the band themselves, EarthKry enlisted the help of some of Jamaica's most talented musician (Hector Lewis, Sheldon Palmer, Everton Pessoa, Hopeton Williamson, Andrea Montalbano, Nnambdi Robinson and Dwayne Livingston) on the 12 tracks musical heirloom recorded on the island's famed Tads Recording Studio, Harry J Recording Studio and Irie Yute Recording Studio. Written between Phillip McFarlane and Aldayne Haughton, "SURVIVAL"'s soundtrack from start to finish can be best described as social commentaries laid on traditional roots rock, reggae and ska influenced. The nostalgia evoked by "Survival System", "Philosophy", "Move On", "Wake Up and Live", Live Good", "Wild Fire", "Liberation Time", "Table Turn", "New Leaf", "Do What You Got To Do", "Praise Jah", and "Keep Dreaming" stem from candid thoughtful lyrics, haunting vocals, smooth riffs, upbeat percussion and unique guitar style.
EarthKry "The Making of Survival"
Kingston, Jamaica - As EarthKry prepares for the release of their anticipated "Survival" debut album June 30th, and a summer tour kicking off on International Reggae Day, July 1st, the reggae band has taken fans and music lovers into the making of their inaugural anthology.
EarthKry "The Making of Survival" was recorded and edited by Georgiana Chitea (reggaelize.it) at Tads Recording Studio and Harry J Studio in Kingston, Jamaica.
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EARTHKRY SUMMER 2017 TOUR DATES
After unveiling the cover and track listing of their forthcoming debut album, Reggae band EarthKry is announcing their SUMMER 2017 TOUR dates in support of SURVIVAL album.
The band will travel across three continents and deliver their Legacy Music from Massachusetts, Chicago, New York, North Carolina, Virginia to Germany and Belgium with many more dates to be announced.
* more dates to be announced
" SURVIVAL songs were written by experiences, these are our daily stories. Ours meaning mankind, it's that human thread worldwide that give us endurance to make it through financial hardships, personal struggles, health issues, war crisis, abuse, we all survive. From Syria to Chicago, Ukraine to Jamaica, we endure, we survive. We documented our stories while delivering messages of survival through music.." - EarthKr