Michael Rose, who earned worldwide fame as the singer for reggae superstars Black Uhuru before launching a solo career, performs at Washington's historic Howard Theatre. He joined Black Uhuru in 1977, and soon made them the most popular act in the reggae world. He wrote most of Black Uhuru's albums in the '80s, including 1984's Anthem
, the first reggae album to win a Grammy Award. His unique vocal style influenced a generation of singers in Jamaica. After leaving the group in the early '90s, he's gone on to a successful career as a solo artists, topping the reggae charts and touring across the Caribbean, America, Europe and beyond. Sister Carol opens the show.
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