Manchester band Jeramiah Ferrari will be live in concert at Telford’s Warehouse in Chester on Friday, April 29.
The four young men in Jeramiah Ferrari fuse reggae, rock, ska, punk and more to create a sound influenced by the likes of Bob Marley and Sublime, yet unique enough to call their own.
They won the 2012 Key 103 City Soundwave competition appearing at the Manchester Evening News Arena with Will Young, Labrinth, Tulisa, Taio Cruz, Professor Green, Rizzle Kicks and One Direction.
The band has been touring heavily across the UK, supporting reggae and ska heavyweights The Skints, The Aggrolites, The English Beat, The Blockheads and Neville Staple. They appeared at Sol Festival, Galtres Festival and The Gomad Festival in Ooty (India).
Their release last year of The Dubby Rock EP received strong radio airplay support across the UK and reached number four in the Itunes Reggae Charts.
They are also in a new documentary Manchester: Beyond Oasis and recently won a slot at the One Love festival the UK’s biggest Reggae festival.
Entry is free before 9am, £4 thereafter. Call 01244 390 090 or visit www.telfordswarehouse.com for details.