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15Mar
Grammy Award Winner Black Uhuru w/special guests Onesty and Ancestree
8:00 PM - 11:59 PM Longboard Margarita Bar

Grammy Award Winner Black Uhuru w/special guests Onesty and Ancestree

Date: March 15, 2019 to March 15, 2019
Where: Longboard Margarita Bar, 180 Eureka Dr, Pacifica, California, United States, 94044
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Longboard Margarita Bar presents Grammy Award-winning and 5-time Grammy Award-nominated Black Uhuru with special guests Onesty and Ancestree plus DJ Silverback on FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH at Longboard Margarita Bar in Pacifica, CA!  TICKETS ON SALE NOW! $30 Advance $35 Door $250 VIP Package (Package includes $ Tickets + 1 Table + 1 Bottle Service) SHOW INFO Black Uhuru (Grammy Award Winner and 5-time Grammy Award Nominee) Onesty Ancestree DJ Silverback Doors - 8:00pm Show - 9:00pm Ages 21+ ARTIST INFO BLACK UHURU - (SCROLL DOWN FOR CLICKABLE LINKS) Grammy Award Winner and 5-time Grammy Award-nominated Derrick "Duckie" Simpson the "Gong Gong Gullie" is the founder and leader for reggae's Black Uhuru. Although going through numerous lead singers and musicians they have remained one of the most recognized and prolific reggae band for over 50 years. The roots of Black Uhuru were formed in Kingston Jamaica's Waterhouse district also known as "Firehouse" in the early '60s. Though considered to be one of Jamaica's toughest neighborhoods it's home to several other reggae singers and musicians. It was where Duckie Simpson grew up and learned to sing from boyhood friends Winston "Pipe" Matthews and Lloyd "Bread" McDonald of the Wailing Souls and Bob Marley. He recorded four tracks with the Wailing Souls before forming his own group. The original Uhuru's (Swahili for freedom) were Derrick "Duckie" Simpson, Euvin "Don Carlos" Spencer and Rudolph "Garth" Dennis. They only recorded a few singles "Folk Songs", "Time Is On Our Side", and "Slow Coach" before separating. Don went solo and Garth joined Wailing Souls. Duckie reformed the group adding Michael Rose & Errol "Tarzan" Nelson, both from Waterhouse. They recorded their debut album "Love Crises" in 1977 at Prince Jammy's famous studio in Waterhouse on St. Lucia Road. It was later re-released as "Black Sounds Of Freedom". Errol later left to join The Jayes. He was soon replaced by American female singer & dancer Sandra "Puma" Jon
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