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July 18, 2014
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Chronixx to appear on The Tonight Show
Shereita Grizzle, STAR Writer


Reggae star Chronixx is still enjoying worldwide attention with his debut album, The Dread and The Terrible, which was released earlier this year and with an impending appearance on a popular US late-night TV show, the artiste is poised to remain in the spotlight for a few more months.

The entertainer is set to make his television debut on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on July 22. The show is scheduled to be aired on NBC at 11:35 p.m. The Here Comes Trouble singer will be the first reggae artist to appear on The Tonight Show since Fallon took over from former host Jay Leno in February.

The Smile Jamaica singer is now in preparation mode as he gets ready for his performance at this year's staging of Reggae Sumfest. He is set to take the stage today, the first of two international nights and will be among the top acts which include Beenie Man, Jah Cure, Jesse Royal and international artistes Whiz Khalifa and Jason Derulo.

Chronixx is also set to perform in Central Park, New York City alongside Junior Reid on July 26 at a free concert hosted by Large Up and Federation Sound. Chronixx and his band, The Zinc Fence Redemption Band, will then head to Belgium for the first leg of The Dread and The Terrible Euro Summer Tour which is slated to make stops in Germany, Slovenia, London, Switzerland and Croatia.


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