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The Mighty Diamonds
This Trenchtown vocal trio is one of the longest running in roots reggae, boasting a 41-year career of wrapping conscious lyrics in sweet harmonies. Formed in 1969 by Donald “Tabby” Shaw, Fotzroy “Bunny” Simpson and Lloyd “Judge” Ferguson, The Mighty Diamonds have recorded 40 albums thus far, documenting their musical message of Rastafarianism and social justice. June 17 at the Bearsville Theater, Yellow Wall Dub Squad and BombMob open.
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