Horace Martin voicing "Sound Bwoy Run away" for Terrorist Nuclear Sound System.
The Reggae Garden, which took place at The Bell Hotel last year, moved to the picturesque venue in Old Town for its second birthday on Saturday and organisers, visitors and acts deemed it a huge success. Veteran star and headline act Tippa Irie treated fans to a live-wire set and performances from UK reggae star YT and Terrorist Nuclear went down a storm with the crowd. The acts were backed by the Birmingham-based Friendly Fire Band, fronted by Lion Art and Tomlin Mystic.
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St Raphael Marina..
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