Nothing describes paradise quite like beach music. For many, that means roots and reggae songs.
Guanabanas in Jupiter is hosting a roots and reggae concert series with Iya Terra on March 15; Pato Banton and Roots Shakedown on March 17; and The Expanders, Sensamotion and Dubbest on March 22.
Performances will begin at 9 p.m. on March 15 and 17, and at 8 p.m. on March 22. There will be no cover charge and all guests aged 21 and over are welcome.
Iya Terra was formed in Los Angeles around 2014. The band takes a modern approach to creating sound waves, and their third studio album, “Sacred Sound,” debuted at number one on the iTunes reggae chart.
Patrick Murray was pivotal to the rise of reggae in the United Kingdom during the 1980s. His latest release, “Destination Paradise,” came out in 2008.
The Expanders are currently promoting their 2017 full-length release, “Old Time Something Come Back Again Vol. 2,” as well as their new single “Blood Morning,” which was released in February.
For more information on the roots and reggae concert series, and other upcoming events at Guanabanas, visit guanabanas.com.
960 N. Highway A1A, Jupiter; 561.747.8878; guanabanas.com
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