International Reggae Star Tarrus Riley Set for Reggae in the Park
International reggae star Tarrus Riley is set to take the stage at this years second annual staging of Reggae in the Park.
Tarrus Riley the son of reggae singer Jimmy Riley, is known for his smooth tenor vocal style, and great writing skills, which seems to always drive home a hit single. With a strong Rastafarian consciousness, Tarrus Riley sends a message of love in his music, which resonates with all ages, all demographics and all lovers of music
With a slew of hit singles like “She’s Royal” “Superman”, “Parables”, “Good Girl Gone Bad”, which he voiced with fellow international recording artist Konshens and more recently “Gimme Likkle One Drop.” It is evident that on Sunday, August 4th ,Tarrus Riley will have the Reggae in the Park crowd jamming, skanking and rocking to the sweet sweet reggae music he is so well known for delivering.
Known for also being able to deliver a remarkable performance with the accompaniment of Black Soil Band, Reggae in the Park patrons are sure to enjoy themselves. Tarrus Riley knows how to command the audience and get the crowd involved with a question and response type performance, which usually results in the crowd responding in unison and singing along. Not too many artist can execute this type of energetic, crowd involvement performance. On Sunday, August 4th it is guaranteed that fans and lovers of reggae music will leave The Mann Center satisfied and pleased with more than “Just Likkle One Drop”.