This an every Saturday night you are invited to the “Red Light” authentic reggae house limes.
This Saturday night reggae lovers link up to meditate in an atmosphere of love. It will be a night infused with ‘Lovers Rock”.
Lovers Rock is a style of Reggae music noted for its romantic sound and content. Love songs have always been an important part of Reggae since the late 1960’s. This style was given a greater focus and a name in London in the mid-1970’s.
The roots of Lovers Rock lies in the last days of the Rocksteady era and early days of Reggae, with Jamaican and American singers such as Ken Boothe, Johnny Nash and John Holt enjoying international hits with versions of well-known love songs.
The popularity of Lovers Rock has continued with reggae artist such as Gregory Issacs, Freddie Mc Gregor, Sugar Minnot and many others. In more recent times Lovers Rock continues to gain popularity through the reggae covers of many Soul and R’n’B hits.
On Saturday 16th February the Red Light reggae house lime pays tribute to Lovers Rock. Join us from 9pm – 2am for a night of love in the Red Light.
Location: The African Heritage Foundation’s headquarter’s ‘Liberty House”, Two Mile Hill, St. Michael.
Natural Wines, Natural Juices and Vegetarian Cuisine on sale.
Red Light Management (RLM)