Andrew Tosh and JUNO Winner Exco Levi pay ‘Tribute to the Legends of Reggae’ this February


The Third-Annual Event has GRAMMY Nominee Andrew Tosh
and Five-Time JUNO Winner Exco Levi Paying Tribute to Icons, Black History Month 

‘Tribute to the Legends of Reggae’ is gearing up for its third annual tour through three cities across southwestern Ontario next month.

Modern reggae music makers Andrew Tosh, Exco Levi & High Priest, Fujahtive, Nana McLean, Hardcore Band, Alexi Couto, Errol Blackwood and Joshua Lucas will share the stage in honour of legendary icons Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Jacob Miller, Marcia Griffiths and Peter Tosh. The evening will be hosted by Master T.

Thursday, February 15 @ Maxwell’s Music House in Waterloo
Saturday, February 17 @ Lee’s Palace in Toronto
Tuesday, February 20 @ the Rose Theatre in Brampton

Tribute to the Legends of Reggae is a JAMBANA Black History Month Reggae Jam, powered by Kuumba Cultural Association of Toronto and produced by Jones & Jones Productions Ltd.


Andrew Tosh is a GRAMMY-nominated Jamaican reggae singer of the utmost musical pedigree. The son of Peter Tosh and nephew of Bunny Wailer — both original members of Bob Marley & The Wailers — Andrew has strong vocal resemblance to his family’s long established and highly esteemed talents.

He also rides a unicycle, much like his father.

Andrew Tosh’s studio works and discography are extensive, continuously building on his family’s legacy. His sophomore release Make Place For The Youth was nominated for a GRAMMY Award for Best Reggae Album, and his 2004 release Andrew Sings Tosh: He Never Died consists of previously unheard and unrecorded music by his late father.


Having penned more than 150 songs across his already impressive career — including for 2017’s critically acclaimed release, NARRATIVE — reggae artist Exco Levi continues his status as a must-hear contributor to the Canadian music scene.

Currently holding five JUNO Award wins from six nominations, Exco takes unique claim to having the best winning percentage in the entire history of the national accolades (Anne Murray holds 24 wins to 52 nominations and Celine Dion holds 20 wins to 72 nominations).


JAMBANA (TM) One World Festival will be held this August at the Markham Fair Grounds, and celebrates 2018 as its 10th anniversary in production.

Stemming from a series of world-class concerts, theatrical productions, festivals and events, the festival is produced by Jones & Jones Productions Ltd, and founded by industry icons in their own rights, Denise Jones and Allan Bucka Jones.

Representing Canada’s growing cultural diversity in its finest form, the country’s multicultural communities are reflected and celebrated through performances of Reggae, World Beats, Salsa, Asian/South Asian flavours, Soca, R&B, Jazz, Gospel, Dance and Comedy while surrounded by the sights, sounds and taste of global diversity throughout the One World Villages.

Andrew Tosh and JUNO Winner Exco Levi pay ‘Tribute to the Legends of Reggae’ this February Andrew Tosh and JUNO Winner Exco Levi pay ‘Tribute to the Legends of Reggae’ this February Reviewed by Tony G on January 27, 2018 Rating: 5

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