The Jamaican-born, Seattle-based reggae artist Clinton Fearon presents songs filled with messages from the heart. He steps onto Town Hall’s stage with Mark Oi, fellow member of Clinton’s project the Boogie Brown Band, for a lively Saturday Family Concert filled with songs that spread messages of love and community. Clinton has traveled the world to deliver magical guitar-and-vocal solo performances in the United States as well as France, Spain, Brazil, Kenya, Peru, and more. With chiselled music and poetic lyrics, Clinton and Mark bring us exciting reggae tunes that invite us to stand up, dance, and celebrate each other.
“I write from my heart. The world is full of inspirations…nature, people, politics, love. I write about them all. My music is good for the soul—always with a message of hope and betterment for tomorrow. It’s good for dancing, good for listening, and I think it’s good for all.”
Presented by Town Hall Seattle and Phinney Neighborhood Association as part of the Arts & Culture series.