Jamaica, U.S.A (MPR Consulting) – Deemed one of the hardest working bands in the music industry, Morgan Heritage are not resting on their laurels even after winning the coveted 2016 Grammy award for Best Reggae Album. For the latter part of 2015 and into the new year, the sensational roots reggae quintet of siblings Peetah Morgan (vocals), Una Morgan (keyboard/vocals), Gramps Morgan (keyboard/vocals), Lukes Morgan (rhythm guitar) and Mr. Mojo Morgan (percussion/vocals) proudly spread their musical message of “Cool To Be Conscious” by successfully touring Asia, Europe, Africa, America and The Caribbean.
Onward this spring to Africa, Morgan Heritage will continue to carry the reggae torch by kicking off the summer season in Florida, and the European leg July 1st, 2016. “After our stadium tour in Africa in the Spring, this Summer we embark on a tour of festivals and clubs across Europe and North America. For us touring is 2nd nature but touring behind the level of success Strictly Roots has attained, is a first for us. Needless to say, we’re enjoying the journey and grateful for the continued love and support of our fans around the world.” stated Mojo Morgan
Making their historical musical mark in reggae, The Royal Family of Reggae’s musical melting pot of influences has always been self evident both in their music, and worldwide stage presence alongside some of rock, soul, pop or afrobeat biggest acts. It is that celebration of music that once again will be highlighted on the upcoming “So Amazing US Tour” as the award winning band will be joined by Laza and Jemere Morgan, and on selected dates the torchbearers for modern British reggae music, “The Skints” and California’s Beach Rock Reggae group “Wheeland Brothers”
“The So Amazing Summer Tour will feature some amazing talent from Jamaica, America and even the UK. Reggae music is global and we wanted to continue to display the globalization of Reggae music by sharing our stage with young talented Reggae artist and artist influenced by Reggae artist. The Skints from the UK, Wheeland Brothers from Southern California, Laza Morgan and Jemere Morgan from Jamaica all gives us confidence that the future of the music is very bright.” Morgan Heritage