Description: Lucky Dube - Live in Concert in South Africa - RIP Lucky DubeReggae superstar Lucky Dube and his band take the stage to deliver infectious roots rhythms to the people in this fiery live concert performance filmed in South Africa. Lucky Dube presents his message of liberation and social justice in uplifting and unforgettable songs such as "Truth in the World," "House of Exile," "War and Crime," "Back to My Roots," "I've Got You Babe," "Reggae Strong," "Remember Me" and many more.Lucky Philip Dube (August 3rd, 1964 -- October 18th, 2007) was a South African reggae musician. He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest selling reggae artist. In utter shock to the Reggae World and obviously his Family and Friends, Dube was murdered in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on the evening of 18 October 2007 in a semi-botched Carjacking in front of his children... The whole world is forever changed without you here with us along with your beautiful soul, message and music that will forever inspire and positively change generations to come. RIP Ras Lucky Dube.Forward ya fire ark....Dem go Saga. KEEP THE FIRE BURNIN'!
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Lead Vocals: Lucky Dube Drums: Raymond Mohono Percusion: Chris Dlamini Bass Guitar: Jabulani Sibumbe Guitar: Chris Ntaka Keyboards (on right): Richard Sekgobela Keyboards (on left) : Thuthukani Cele (who dance sometimes with Lucky) Backing Vocals: ? Presenter: Richard Siluma (Lucky Dube cousin: The one in the shop in Prisoner Clip video)
Lucky Dube (born: Ermelo Dube) (pronounced: Doo bay) is one of South Africa's best selling artists and one of its most outspoken performers.. Although he initially sang in the traditional Zulu mbaganga style, his move to reggae in 1984 was sparked by his quest to express his anger against the oppression of apartheid. While The Village Voice observed, "The spirit of Lucky Dube's music and dance epitomizes the spirit of Black liberation", "Niceup Magazine" said, "(Dube's) lyrics have brought an original voice to reggae by chronicling the political and spiritual struggles of his South African breathren". Dube's musical talents were obvious from an early age. By the age of nine, he was conducting his school choir.
Lead Vocal: Lucky Dube Keyboards: on left: Thuthukani Cele ( The one who dance sometimes with Lucky) Keyboards: on right: Richard Sekgobela Percussion: Doods Molefe Guitar Bass: Toto Isaac Moloantoa Lead Guitar: Skipper Shabalala Drums: Andile Nqubezelo Backing Bocals: From letf to right: Tonique Letta Phala,Thandi Bellina Radebe , Gabisile Mdluli
Lead Vocal: Lucky Dube Keyboards: Thuthukani Cele ( The one who dance sometimes with Lucky) Keyboards: Eugene Mthethwa Percussion: Chris Dlamini Saxophone: Vulindela Yeni Trombone: Robert Jabu Mdluli Trumpet: Ndumiso Nyovane Guitar Bass: Jabulani Sibumbe Lead Guitar: Sandile Dhlamini Drums: Isaac Mtshali Backing Vocals:Nolusindiso Gaeza, Cynthia Malope, Kabanina Ntsele Manager: Richard Siluma
Lucky Dube - Live in Concert in South Africa
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Lucky Dube - House of Exile (live in Uganda from 2003) House of Exile was originally released in 1991. Download at: itunes.apple.com Buy the Album: www.amazon.com Find out more: www.warnerjazz.co.uk Find more Lucky Dube records: www.warnerclassicsandjazz.com Having initially started his career as a Mbaqanga artist, in the mid '80s Dube began to note fans were responding positively to some reggae songs he played during live concerts. Drawing inspiration from Jimmy Cliff and Peter Tosh, he felt the socio-political messages associated with Jamaican reggae were relevant to Apartheid South Africa and any audience in an institutionally racist society. Lucky Philip Dube (August 3, 1964 -- October 18, 2007) was a South African reggae musician. He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest selling reggae artist. Dube was murdered in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on the evening of 18 October 2007.
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