Reggae’s Luciano For Brooklyn Performance

News Americas, Brooklyn, N.Y., Fri. Nov. 16, 2012: Jamaican-born roots reggae star, Luciano, is set to thrill fans in Brooklyn, NY later this month.

Luciano, aka “The Messenger,” will perform at the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music, Inc.’s ‘Reggae Culture Salute.’ The show was re-scheduled because on Hurricane Sandy and is now set for Nov. 25th from 5 p.m. at Nazareth High School, 475 East 57th Street, between Clarendon and Avenue D in Brooklyn.

Luciano is also set to be honored by CPR with the Pinnacle Award for his years of dedication, consistency and commitment to spreading the positive message of roots reggae music.

Also on the bill will be roots reggae artist, Ossie Dellimore with the Soldies of Justice, representing St. Vincent and the Grenadines; Tayazawan from Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica’s Major Daps, Sister Cindy and Major One. Anthem Band will back Luciano and Ras Menelik and the Ark Angels will perform nyabinghi drumming.

Due to previously scheduled international obligations, Tony Rankin and Mr. Vegas will not be available to perform. All Star Vaughn will replace Carter Van Pelt, who also has previous obligations.

Tickets purchased for Nov. 3rd will be honored on Nov. 25th. For further information call 718-421-6927 or visit www.cprreggae.org.