Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Like Father, like Son

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Like Father, like Son

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Julian marley, son of legendary reggae star Bob, is playing live at Stockton Arc tonight.

Marley, who has been around music all his life, updates his own roots-reggae tradition into a contemporary framework with R&B, jazz and Latin grooves.

Born in London in 1975, he has been blessed both by his father's great talent and legacy and by the special perspective that comes with an upbringing in a multicultural community.

Since recording his first song at the age of five at the Marley family home in Jamaica, Julian has become a skillful, self-taught musician, mastering the bass, drums, and keyboards. In 1989 he released his first album, titled Uprising - also the name of his band.

He has since released a second solo album, A Time and Place (Tuff Gong).

Tickets, priced pounds 10, can be booked via the box-office on 01642 525199.

HARTLEPOOL Studio has two good looking gigs this weekend ... first up tonight are hard rocking blues outfit THE BLUE BISHOPS; while THE CAFFREYS "unplugged" appear tomorrow (Saturday).

The Bishops spend most of their playing time in Europe, where the harder, rocky edge of their blues style has a wide cross-over appeal. Their European festival appearances include the Swing Festival in Wespelaar, the Blues Parade in Peer, and more recently a very successful appearance in one of the prime slots at the world renowned Gent Festival, which had over two million people attend over its ten-day period this year.

Their second album, Deep, was chosen as one of Blues in Britain's Picks Of 2002. The new album marks the welcome addition to the band of bass player and record producer Martin Turner, well known for his work as a founder member and long time player with celebrated rock band, Wishbone Ash.

All five members of the Bishops write music and have contributed to the new album. Tickets are pounds 5 and the band should be on stage at 8.30pm.

The Caffrey brothers, the

North-east's answer to the Eagles, were previously signed to Elton John's DJM records in their

previous incarnation as Arbre.

They worked with noted producer Gus Dudgeon, the man responsible for some of the biggest hits of David Bowie, Chris Rea and Elton John. …

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