Four more acts for Boogie Night

British reggae band Aswad is performing at the Apex, in Bury St Edmunds. ANL-150313-144638001
British reggae band Aswad is performing at the Apex, in Bury St Edmunds. ANL-150313-144638001

Prepare for another sensational soul and reggae evening at the Apex in Bury St Edmunds.

The third Boogie Nights event, organised by Original Entertainment Programming Ltd, is taking place on Saturday, March 28, with four more legendary acts.

Errol Kennedy, former Imagination drummer and producer, and band will perform a special concert celebrating the best of the band, including new releases.

Hailed as one of Britain’s most successful reggae bands, Aswad’s body of work has divided critics for years, with praise showered on both their earlier roots reggae and later pop crossovers.

Odyssey, formed in 1968 as a ‘family act’, is led by Steven Collazo and features vocalist twins Annis and Anne Peters. Their set will include hits like Native New Yorker, Going Back to my Roots and Inside Out.

Following his first chart success in 1982 with infectious anthem Mama Used to Say, Junior Giscombe was the first black British artist on Soul Train and received Billboard’s Best Newcomer Award, presented by the legendary James Brown.

For tickets call the Apex box office on 01284 758000 or see www.theapex.co.uk.