A five-time Grammy-winning musician, actor, artist, activist and humanitarian, Ziggy Marley continues to bring his own soulful blend of blues, R&B, hip-hop and roots reggae to the public.
Marley's latest album, Wild and Free, was nominated for Best Reggae Album at the 54th Grammy Awards. Deeply personal and symbolic, his latest release both embraces the more traditional and familiar textures of reggae, while still defining himself as a unique artist with a unique vision. The title track on Wild and Free features Marley’s friend and fellow activist, Woody Harrelson.
A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Ziggy Marley and his siblings first sat in on recording sessions with his father's band, the legendary Bob Marley and the Wailers, when he was ten years old. Later, Ziggy joined with his sisters Sharon and Cedella and brother Stephen to become Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers. Special guest TBA.
Frankie Hernandez is a soul, funk, latin, reggae singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Be it through the gyration of
hip-pounding dance grooves, sweet reflective ballads, or a goofy, silly
song, the music is intended to bring ecstasy, joy, laughter, tears,
stimulating thought, and improved self-esteem. He has played on stage and recorded with acts such as: Michael Franti
and Spearhead, Leftover Salmon, Phish, Seal, Outlawz, Rod Stewart,
internationally reknowned flamenco guitarist David Broza, David Garza,
The Killer Bees, and Chris Chandler to name a few.