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Stevie Face to help launch festival

05/08/10

Permalink 10:04:55 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

Stevie Face to help launch festival

Brixton 02 comes alive on June 19th 2010, when Reggae Lovers Rock artist Stevie Face hit the stage alongside veterans Coco Tea, Barrington Levy and Freddie McGregor in London, England. The show which is billed ‘The Reggae event of 2010,’ is the inaugural launch of the annual Uprising Music Festival. Stevie Face has won favour with various promoters throughout the UK and Europe since the release of his chart topping hit single “Tell it like it is” followed by his critically acclaimed top selling album of the same name. The album was voted, “Best Reggae Album” in the UK and continues to be a top seller there as well as in several territories worldwide. After making an impressive first performance at Brixton 02 in February 2009, Stevie has not been to the UK since and instead opted to continue promoting his album. One year later, the anticipation for his return has heightened and Stevie Face is confident that his UK fans are in for a treat he says, “The timing could not have been better and allows for a solid delivery of my album that the fans so obviously approve of.” News out of London is that the buzz from the advertisement of the event has sent fans young and old scurrying to get tickets to this monumental event. On the other hand, Stevie Face’s fans are said to be excited about seeing this sensational artist, as many were disappointed that he was not invited to a Valentine Day showcase held earlier in the year especially after having such a big album released in the UK. Face has this to say to his fans, “the idea is to give a performance my fans will never forget and I pledge to pull out all the stops to ensure that each and every one gets their monies worth.”

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