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Don Carlos



The Miners Foundry is pleased to present Don Carlos on Thursday, April 12, 2018.  One of the most sought after reggae artists, his music is universal with a powerful message about peace, love, generosity, and righteousness.  Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the show starts at 8:00 p.m.  Standing / dancing show with limited seating.  General Admission tickets are $25 in Advance and $30 at the Door.  Advance sales close at 4:00 p.m on April 12th.  Tickets are available online, by phone, or in person at the Miners Foundry Box Office, or at BriarPatch Food Co-Op.  Ticketing fees do not apply for purchases made through the Miners Foundry Box Office by phone or in person.


Legendary reggae artist Don Carlos was born and raised in one of the most deprived regions of Western Kingston, Jamaica, in a district notoriously known as Waterhouse, which is also a musical spawning ground for many of reggae’s greatest ever talents.  Don is a classic, well loved reggae artist with his Dub Vision band, featuring a horn section and female vocals and also regularly performs with Slightly Stupid.  His strong catalogue of songs are healthy and clean for the young and old, appealing to people from all walks of life.

Mykal Rose




The Miners Foundry, in association with Jay Mikey One, Good Vibes Security, and Git Split Records, is proud to present Mykal Rose on Friday, March 18, 2016.  For over 25 years, Mykal Rose has been recording and performing his brand of militant hardcore Jamaican music to the delight of reggae fans around the world.  This all ages show will also feature performances by Bobo David, Soulmedic, and Jah Mikey One Sound, plus food, drink, and vendors.  Doors open at 7:00 p.m.  Tickets are $25 in Advance and $30 at the Door.  Ticketing fees may apply.  Tickets are available online, by phone, or in person at the Miners Foundry, or in person at Briar Patch Co-Op.
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As a solo artist or as a member of Black Uhuru, Mykal Rose has achieved great success throughout his career, even as different Jamaican musical styles have phased in and out of popularity.  As a member of Black Uhuru, Mykal was awarded the first reggae Grammy award for the album Anthem.  As a solo artist, Mykal regularly tours the United States and Europe and has maintained his Jamaican fan base with hit singles on the island and abroad.  He is a modern roots singer, and fits perfectly into today’s scene.  With a glorious past and a wide-open future, Mykal Rose is truly a reggae superstar.