On the Verandah 2019

On the Verandah 2019

Riddim Riders Reggae Band

The Riders are Franklin Joseph on drums & vocals, Carl De Souza bass & vocals, Jonathan Rattos on keys & vocals, Mike Rajczak on lead vocals & percussion. Fans still love the classic songs but Riders are also influenced by renowned artists like Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown, Johnny Osborne, and Bob Marley. They continue to focus on delivering a classic reggae sound with both conscious lyrics and "lovers-rock" style vocals. Their tight rhythm section, smooth melodic vocals and spot-on vocal harmonies give their signature sound, along with subtle yet innovative guitar licks that give a more modern sound.

On The Verandah is produced by the Friends of the Museums.

Friday, August 30, 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
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