FORT LAUDERDALE – Beres Hammond, Jamaican reggae famous person and undisputed king of lovers rock, returns to the Au-Rene Theater on the Broward Heart for the Performing Arts together with his “Eternally Giving Thanks Tour” on Saturday and Sunday, August 26-27 at 7:30 p.m.
At all times essentially the most anticipated summer time live performance by the Jamaican neighborhood and Reggae lovers, Hammond’s annual visits have offered out yearly since 2015, aside from the 12 months the venue was closed because of the pandemic. Restricted seats stay for the live performance on August 26.
Acknowledged by his soulful vibe and smoky-sweet, bourbon-on-the-rocks vocals, this Grammy® Award- nominated singer-songwriter generally known as the “Otis Redding of Reggae” has a success listing of timeless songs together with “Tempted to Contact,” “I Really feel Good,” “Placing Up Resistance,” “Rockaway,” “No Disturb Signal” and plenty of extra.
The Better of Beres Hammond from “One Dance” to “I Really feel Good”
Born Hugh Beresford Hammond in Annotto Bay within the parish of St. Mary in Jamaica, Hammond grew up listening to his father’s assortment of American R&B that included legends Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye and extra, in addition to jazz, and fell in love with native Jamaican music in the course of the ska and rocksteady eras. He’s closely influenced by Alton Ellis but in addition listened to the likes of Peter Tosh, the Heptones and Ken Boothe.
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