Inner Circle Performs in Front of The Biggest Crowd Ever to Attend The Festival of Lent 2014 in Maribor Slovenia


Jamaican Reggae band Inner Circle is one of the world's most famous bands. This weekend they performed at the Lent Festival in Maribor, Slovenia . Reggae is regularly represented in the program of the Lent Festival, as it is an energetic, timeless dance music for all ages. This brings cheerful yet still heavily political influenced lyrics to the show.


The Group's lead singer is "Skatta" Bonnick , the bassmaster is Ian Lewis, the lead guitarist is Jah Rog, Riddim drummer Lancelot Hall , keyboardist Bernard Harvey and solo guitarist Michael Johnson. Together, these Legendary musicians joined forces to create iconic music and memories as they performed an overview of their music including their major worldwide hits, for one and a half hours.

The mood was set from the moment the band took their positions on the main stage, initiating a positive vibration, which was apparently brought with them. Their was an excellent connection between the band and the audience, as the 2 parties engaged in a unforgettable night of singing and dancing. Inner Circle turned the microphone over to the audience who enthusiastically sang the choruses of the songs, and even received dance lessons from the lead singer. The positive vibes continued with songs Games People Play, Rock With You and Sweet Jamaica.

Of course, the overall theme and message the band delivered was "One Love, One Color, One Heart" which was illustrated throughout their performance. We also heard the harmonica, which was played by keyboardist Bernard Touter Harvey with considerable rarity.

And finally, of course, they performed their three greatest hits, in one of the most popular summer songs "Sweat (A La La Long)", the theme of the film "Bad Boys" and even yes "Da Bomb" . To close the show, the band invited the entire audience to come to Jamaica to visit by singing Bob Marley's "One Love". - DELO

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