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Reggae with Sister Carol at Miners Foundry

An evening of lyrical reggae with two amazing female artists will kick off Women’s History month Saturday at the Miners Foundry.

Full of great melodies, smart ideas, and empowering songs, Sister Carol’s music crackles with energy in the traditional Jamaican Dancehall style. Backed by the Yellow Wall Dub Squad, Sister Carol’s powerful voice will give a performance not to be missed!

She is a Grammy nominated singer, DJ, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, educator and humanitarian. Known as the “Black Cinderella” and “Mother Culture,” Sister Carol has led the way for women in reggae. Her music is rich with cultural heritage and infused with a vital social consciousness that permeates every aspect of life in the new millennium.



Special opening act Sista Kat and DEJA (backed by Oneness Sound) will get the crowds swaying and jumping with their clear, concise lyrics and their sweet harmonies.

Sista Kat was born in London and raised in Philadelphia with strong family roots in Kerala, Southern India. She is a compelling reggae vocalist, a profound chanter, a dynamic hip-hop artist on a mission to spread love, consciousness and value of community to the four corners of the earth.


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