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In celebration of International Reggae Week 2001

A Radio Active 89FM On-Air Event
Rub'a'Dub Session
In celebration of International Reggae Week 2001
www.radioactive.fm
Saturday 7th July, 1-7pm

Get on board for the Rub'a'Dub Session - Radio Active 89FM's event honouring International Reggae Week. Originating in Jamaica, the power and passion of reggae music still motivates, educates and liberates.

Dedicated reggae DJ's have long resided in Wellington and Radio Active 89FM considers it a privilege to house many of these reggae music personalities within it's long-running Roots & Culture show (Sundays 4-6pm).

Streaming worldwide, the renowned and enigmatic DJ Lemon will star as key host in this world class presentation, linking together international interviews and a profusion of quality reggae sounds. The Rub'a'Dub Session will be a majestic on-air event.

Broadcasting roots music with the regard it deserves, Radio Active 89FM will deliver an international standard on-air show instigating NZ as a active participant in the globally significant experience which is reggae.

INTERVIEWS
Ray Hurford - publisher of Small Axe, the world's longest running reggae
publication (1979)
Peter Dalton - author of The Rough Guide to Reggae
Mikey Dread - the Dread at the Control - Jamaican broadcasting's first
full
time reggae presenter, King Tubby's apprentice & producer of some of the
most innovative and sought after reggae recordings (and friend of
Lemon!!!)
Jerry Harris - Original session guitarist and arranger from the
celebrated
New York Wackies label
Geoff Parker - British based reggae journalist

Ends


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