Reg­gae stars to per­form

South Waikato News - - ENTERTAINMENT -

With many reg­gae bands now com­pet­ing for record deals and prime­time ex­po­sure, it was Welling­ton’s To­mor­row Peo­ple – named af­ter the song by Bob Mar­ley’s son Ziggy – that was touted as one of mu­sic’s shin­ing mo­ments of 2012.

More than one year ago, the eight-piece was signed by record­ing gi­ant Warner Mu­sic via Kiwi la­bel Il­le­gal Mu­sic, which has bankrolled its de­but al­bum One.

The tal­ented group will per­form at the Toko­roa Cos­mopoli­tan Club on April 13.

Like many of to­day’s acts, the group took to the in­ter­net to pro­mote its mu­sic, build­ing up its fan base via Face­book and upload­ing de­mos of its songs to YouTube.

South Waikato News has a $40 meal voucher to the club’s restau­rant, Frangi­pani, to give away. Sim­ply tell us where the group are from along with your con­tact de­tails to go in the draw. En­tries can be sent to PO Box 89, Toko­roa 3444 or swaikato.ed­i­tor@wrcn.co.nz.

TAL­ENTED PEO­PLE: Welling­ton’s To­mor­row Peo­ple are to per­form at the Toko­roa Cos­mopoli­tan Club in April.

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