Horace Andy Tickets
Horace Andy - Jamaican roots reggae legend
One of Jamaica's most acclaimed musical exports, Horace Andy helped to pioneer the sound known as roots reggae before enjoying commercial success as a long-time collaborator of trip-hop outfit Massive Attack. You can both buy and sell Horace Andy tickets on StubHub.
From Kingston to Ladbroke Grove
Born in the Jamaican capital of Kingston in 1951, Horace Andy released his first single in 1967 and began to make a name for himself in the early 1970s with numerous songs recorded at the legendary Studio One. After joining forces with producer Bunny Lee, he became one of the leading figures on the burgeoning roots reggae scene with classics such as ‘Skylarking', ‘Don't Try to Use Me', and ‘Zion Gate'. He then relocated to Connecticut, where he teamed up with Everton Da Silva, founded his own record label, Rhythm, and helped to pioneer the dancehall genre on the ‘Pure Ranking' LP. Following a move to London's Ladbroke Grove, Andy forged what would become a long-running working relationship with trip-hop act Massive Attack. He appeared on each of their first five studio efforts, most notably providing the vocals to UK Top 40 single ‘Angel', and also released 1999's ‘Living in the Flood' LP through their Melankolic label. 1 Giant Leap, Mad Professor, and Sly and Robbie are just a few of the other names the star has worked with over the years. Take a look at the various Horace Andy tickets currently available on StubHub.
The smooth and soulful voice behind Massive Attack
As well becoming a staple of Massive Attack's spellbinding live shows, Horace Andy also tours as an artist in his own right, whether it's appearing at headlining shows or hitting festivals such as No Logo, Lunallena, and The Big Chill. Despite his ‘Sleepy' nickname and his advancing years, Horace Andy still performs as energetically as he did back in his 1970s beginnings, often bouncing across the stage while showcasing that familiar smooth and soulful vocal style. Fans should look forward to hearing a career-spanning set covering everything from his roots reggae classics ‘Every Tongue Shall Tell', ‘Something's On My Mind', and ‘Just Say Who', to his Massive Attack contributions ‘Man Next Door', ‘Girl I Love You', and ‘Hymn of the Big Door', to his cherished take on Bill Withers' ‘Ain't No Sunshine'. Don't miss out on the opportunity to see the living reggae legend in action and check out the range of Horace Andy tickets now on offer at StubHub.
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