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The Dancehall at The Rum Shack
657 - 659 Pollokshaws Road, G41 2AB Glasgow, United Kingdom
SUSAN CADOGAN Backed by Friendly Fire Band
Support DJ Caroline Murphy
Roots Rock Reggae Against Racism After party Yard DJ Neil Bryson
Burst onto the international music scene in the spring of 1975 when her sultry cover of Millie Jackson's R&B hit, ‘Hurt So Good’ leapt to number four position on the UK pop charts.
Introducing the Friendly Fire Band
Birmingham UK's most active reggae/dancehall live outfit, both in the studio and on stage. With a growing catalog of vinyl and download releases under their belt ranging from hardcore roots music to one drop reggae.
Composed of an international lineup of musicians, Friendly Fire Band has become an institution on the Birmingham Reggae Scene, having backed a host of artists from Dawn Penn to Michael Prophet, and and put out regular releases on the Friendly Fire Music label.
In the studio, they have recorded collaborations with the cream of UK reggae artists, released on vinyl as well as digital formats on the Friendly Fire Music imprint. Collaborating with aritists such as YT, Luciano, Murray Man, and Susan Cadogan, Exile Di Brave, to name a few, they have enjoyed radio and soundsystem plays around the world including David Rodigan (BBC 1Xtra) who has featured successive releases on his show, and many more around the world.