Mystic Vibrations – Reggae Party- Roots, Rock, Reggae
February 1st, DSJ brings one of the most popular reggae bands in the southeast to the Hilton Garden Inn at 8 pm. Mystic Vibrations is out of Columbia, SC and has developed a huge following along the east coast and especially in Charleston, SC. Reggae Party- Roots, Rock, Reggae will be a musical event for reggae and live music fans to help commemorate the life and works of Bob Marley. Tickets go on sale Dec 3oth on Eventbrite.com.
Mystic Vibrations is a four-piece rhythm section held by an exceptionally talented and seriously dedicated group of musicians. In addition to their original recordings, their live performances offer a high-quality sampling across a broad spectrum of the Reggae Music genre with a large fan base and sell-out audiences. Mystic Vibrations formed in 1993, is comprised of members from Jamaica and the USA. They are known for their uplifting stage performances and original music compositions which holds firm to the foundations of roots reggae. Their songs contain conscious lyrics relating to love, unity, life’s daily struggles and the revelation of truth.
In addition to radio and television appearances, Mystic Vibrations Band performs an average of 250 shows a year at a variety of venues including festivals, night clubs, weddings, colleges, and numerous private parties. Due to their punctuality, courteousness, and ability to enliven their audiences, they play regularly at many of these venues. For over 15 years, the band’s exceptional reputation, uplifting lyrics and high energy performances have allotted them a broad performance and internet fan base that includes people of all ages, races, classes and nationalities. Their music will continue to be a powerful force in spreading the message of roots reggae.
Their first recording, People Get Ready was released in 1993. Their second album, Busy Street (1999, remixed in 2003), contains hard-hitting tracks such as “Busy Street”, “Babylon System” and “Tell Me”, which aim to raise awareness about the inequalities created by capitalism while “Still On My Mind” is a ballad expressing true love that transcends time and space.
In 2002, Mystic Vibrations Live At Finlay Park was released and featured songs from People Get Ready, Busy Street, and selected tracks from their upcoming album, Stop Dis War. In addition to these recordings, Mystic Vibrations has been featured on a number of collaborative projects including R.A.W. 2000: Reggae For The New Millennium (Ruff Stuff Records, NJ 1999), Roots of Dub Funk 4: Rise Of The Eclectic Dread (Tanty Records, England 2004) & The Peter Tosh Tribute Album (PTOSH
Mystic Vibrations has toured the east coast from New Jersey to Florida. Besides their regularly scheduled performances, they have also backed a number of top international reggae acts such as Everton Blender, Ronnie Davis, Dobbie Dobson, Brigadier Jerry, Johnny Osbourne, Sister Nancy and Admiral Tibet. They have also received several awards and commendations from various civic groups such as the South Carolina Governor’s Office, The Senate of the Commonwealth of Virginia, The Caribbean Alliance Group