Hawaii's Reggae Band THE LAMBSBREAD Appear on GingerNewYork TV Show in New York City
The Lambsbread is on Summer Tour and Visits the GNY TV Show at the MNN TV Studios in Manhattan. Friday, August 16, 2019 at 2pm. Spectrum Ch. 34 and HD 1995.
Their first single "Love in the House" was released on 45 in Jamaica alongside tunes from Capleton, Yami Bolo, Turbulence, Lutan Fyah, and Jahdan Blackkamore. This was the first time an artist from Hawaii was ever released on Jamaican vinyl. The tune was a hit and ended up on radio shows, mixtapes, and sound systems around the world, giving The Lambsbread their first international exposure.
The Lambsbread's latest release "World Needs Love" is an essential album bound in positivity, reality, and livity. Each album has had a unique and original vibration and their fifth release is a natural progression. The Lambsbread has a consistent talent to build songs that appeal universally, and the title track is a pulsating observation of worldly tribulations. The Lambsbread's work on this album have been elevated with crucial combinations alongside Sizzla on "Roots & Culture" and Morgan Heritage on "Feel the Vibes". Their catalog is bound by truth and conviction and their ability to link with a royal roll call of the best in the business allows pure engagement of heart and soul. The Lambsbread is a powerful voice in reggae music and steadily on the rise.
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Official Website: https://www.thelambsbreadreggae.com/
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GingerNewYork found on Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) since launching in November, 2010, has been showcasing the "Kool Kats…Gotham Nights" greats of music and culture of New York and beyond. What defines GingerNewYork is its host Ginger Broderick's unique insight, connection to and pulse on the music and culture of Gotham making GingerNewYork one of the most sought after programs to appear on.
GingerNewYork can be seen in Manhattan on Spectrum Channel 34 and HD Channel 1995, Fios Channel 33, and RCN Channel 82, every Friday afternoon at 2pm EST. It can also be seen live streaming on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network's website, www.mnn.org, Channels 1 and 5.
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