Las Vegas, Nevada – 25th May, 2019 – Broadyard Records, a musical record label based at the heart of Las Vegas, Nevada enthusiastically announces the release of 3 captivating new singles from different musical artists and bands. The first of the hit singles have since been released and is available on every online musical platform while the remaining two will be released on a date yet to be announced.
The first of the singles which was released on 17th April, 2019 is titled “Turn Off The Lights” by the well-known Jamaican band Bonafide and Hawaii’s own international reggae artist, Fiji. The single is a remake of the song made famous by the late Teddy Pendergrass. “Turn Off The Lights” is getting a lot of attention and airplay from radio stations and DJs around the world. The single is a blend of rock dancehall music and classic R&B which gives Reggae-Pop genre type of music that nourishes the soul of the listener.
The other two singles which will be released in the next few weeks will be an instrumental version of a well-known riddim and also a female artist covering another classic song that will blow the mind of the listener.
In conjunction with the singles’ release, Broadyard Records is poised to bring maximum entertainment to all fans of good music by organizing musical tours which will enhance their international awareness and bring them close to their fans. Bonafide Reggae Band will perform alongside FIJI, IRATION, UB40 AND TOOTS & THE MAYTALS at Red Rocks amphitheatre, on 23rd May 2019 and on the following day at Cali Roots Festival Monterey Fairgrounds Monterey CA. The musical tour will also see them perform live at Waikiki Shell Honolulu and Pure Aloha Festival Maui Hawaii on 21st and 22nd June 2019 respectively. The dates and venues for their other musical tours will be announced later.
“I am excited about the release of these news singles and it is a great pleasure to work with Bonafide Reggae Band. The band hasn’t released a single in 8 years and I am proud their latest single is coming from my record label,” said Ricky Dread, Founder of Broadyard. “I am also delighted at the prospect of the yet to be released singles,” he added.
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ABOUT BROADYARD RECORDS
Broadyard Records was formed in 2016 by Jamaican keyboard player and producer Ricky Dread. Ricky Dread has been in the music business since his teenage years, first playing in a band called Teen Titans, then later recruited by the Sixth Revelations to play at the Holiday Inn. After Hurricane Gilbert in 1988, he moved to Negril and joined the Indica Band, backing the top artists of the time. He was then called up by his brothers to join them in the USA and play with them. Ricky Dread has played in Bonafide band with his brothers for almost half of his life, touring Japan, Australia and New Zealand and finally settling on the Las Vegas Strip.
His last 10 years has been spent on his lifelong dream which is music production.