Caribbean Rootz Bio Below
Reggae Bands For Hire In Bristol & Southwest Area
Will- Vocals-Bass Guitar & Keyboards
Will/Caribbean-Rootz Originally for the beautiful Caribbean country of Belize the leader of the band. He has performed alongside the likes of Burning Spear, Frankie Paul, Yellowman, Wailers,Gregory Isaacs, Beres Hammond, Maxi Priest, Dawn Penn and many others. sure to please their audience with a powerful authentic Caribbean and Reggae sound. Will is a versatile musician playing Keyboards and lead vocals, Bass guitar and lead vocals depending on the band arrangements for the event and venue. His versatile vocal ranges from Reggae- Caribbean/Calypso, Soca, R&B and more. Available for festivals, Weddings, Corporate Events, General Parties, Clubs Nights and many more.
Keith/Busta --Back Vocals & Bass Guitar
Have over 35 Years of musical experience and play a wide range of different types of music, i.e. reggae, soul, rock, r and b, ska, steel bands and Soca. Worked with a variety of professional artists; from the likes of, Lukie D, Sandra Cross, Vivian Jones, Frankie Paul, Dennis Brown, Jimmy Riley and many more. His musical experience has also given him the opportunity, meeting up with professionals and with several bands, like Gentlemans Dub Club, Bad Manners and Nevel staples. Have also worked with a well-known band, called Talisman and supported Black Roots, a famous Bristol based band.
Richard Bailey --- Drummer
Played with Johnny Nash and the great Bob Marley. By eighteen he had recorded Jeff Beck’s biggest selling album Blow By Blow (1975, Epic/Sony Japan) to critical acclaim and appeared on the film soundtrack Tommy alongside Pete Townsend, Phil Chen and Roger Daltrey. The next decade saw many recordings and tours varying in style from Rock to Reggae to Jazz to Pop and Latin including two world tours with Billy Ocean and Basia. Richard occupied the drumseat with the the excellent British acid jazz/rock/soul fusion collective INCOGNITO for the past 15 years. More recently he has been an integral part of Steve Winwood’s two important return-to-form recordings, 2003’s About Time (Wincraft) and last year’s Nine Lives (Columbia).