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CHRONIXX and Zinc Fence Redemption
Kelissa, Keznamdi, Zions Gate Sound, Blessed Coast Sound

 Hailed as a roots-reggae savior in his native Jamaica, 22-year old singer Chronixx is credited with restoring the soul and spirituality of reggae music.  With smart lyricism and a penchant for adapting roots reggae with 21st Century digital dancehall, this devout Rastafarian’s positive-minded presentation of reggae has been attracting fans from around the globe – including Diplo, whose Major Lazer project released the singer’s Start a Fyah mixtape in 2012.    

Chronixx realizes the need for trend-setting Jamaican music to hold on to its credits, and conducts business and tours exclusively with his management team and Zinc Fence Redemption backing band.  This ensures credit and profits from the making and performing of this unique music makes it home to Jamaica.  2014 was a massive year for Chronixx, as he began European and USA tours in support of his debut record, the Dread and Terrible EP, getting major TV and Radio network  coverage in urban markets.

We have been waiting patiently for his Tour schedule to light up the West Coast.  Friday Feb 27, 2015 is the Date for Seattle, at club NEUMOS.  Also on tour are the fresh artists Kelissa and Kezanamdi, and local sound-systems Zion Gate and Blessed Coast.  Please get your tickets in Advance!  This show might well sell out.   Will call-tickets available via the secure PayPal link above.  Securing your tickets through supports us in our mission to organize positive reggae stage-shows.  Thank you.  Your tickets will be held for you on the Will Call list at the door to the show on Feb 27th.

Give Thanks for the Inspiration and Movement of True Reggae Music

Check out this great interview with Chronixx last year on a visit to NYC

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Friday, Feb 27, 2015
$23.00  21+ show, Debut Seattle Performance, Dread & Terrible Tour
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