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Black History Month

FEATURING:Saint And The Full 100 Band, Al Third, Jory Kinjo and the Relays

Saint And The Full 100 Band formed in 2017 in Edmonton with musicians hailing from Jamaica, Trinidad and Canada. Saint is the drummer and also the lead singer of the band. Each person brings their own unique style and personality to the band and they all share a love of music.

Al Third is a reggae pop artist and producer known for his pop-alternative influenced music and vividly bold, crisp style. The Canadian resident has a rhythmic style of music infused with pop, ballads, R&B, dancehall and alternative vocals nicely laid on contemporary reggae pop and world-beats. He prides himself in the creation of a unique sound of music complemented by soulful lyrics that resonates with diverse fanbases and

Jory Kinjo and the Relays, Jory Kinjo brings a unique history to his music and draws from his experiences playing and performing Soul, Ska, Reggae and Rhythm & Blues all over the world. Kinjo has appeared multiple times with a wide array of artists including George Thorogood, UB40 and Ziggy

Friday, February 2, 2024Pay What You Can eventLive Music starts at 8:00 PMReservations are recommended:403.269.5581 or reservations@ironwoodstage.caIronwood Stage and Grill, 1229 – 9 Avenue SE, Calgary

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