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August 29, 2014
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Double Trouble on Reggae Mountain - a true treat for music lovers

Skyline Drive, now affectionately called the Reggae Mountain, will come alive with a special acoustic concert dubbed Double Trouble tomorrow.

The up-close and personal concert will feature fast-rising reggae artistes Jesse Royal and Keznamdi.

The concert which kicks off at 9:30 p.m. will be held at Skyline Levels, a stone's throw away from the popular weekly reggae jam session Dub Club. Double Trouble will see both artistes performing their popular songs in addition to new and exclusive material.

"We have a whole heap of youths rising in this reggae movement right now and we realise that not enough concerts being held to help promote talent and showcase reggae music so I just decide that I going play my part in helping to give the youths and reggae music in general the exposure that it deserves. We will have rising artistes and established artistes along with poetry and reasonings here every week," said musician Chakula, operator of Skyline Levels and father of Keznamdi.

Double Trouble promises to be a treat for supporters of both artistes and live music lovers for a contribution of $1000.

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