The team at Jam Link Intl. has just confirmed that veteran Jamaican reggae artist Echo Minott will be performing at this year’s Bob Marley Celebration in Aarhus, Denmark. The show, which was to be held in February, had to be rescheduled because of challenges brought on by the covid-19 restrictions that were in place at the time. The new date is now Friday, April 29, at the popular live music venue: Voxhall.
Echo Minott got his first break in 1980 when he recorded the album “Youthman Vibration” for legendary producer Prince Jammy. However, it was not until 1985 that he became an international reggae star with the monster hit “Lazy Body,” released on the Black Scorpio label. Since then he has been a household name; voicing for numerous producers and performing all over the world.
The organizers are still actively putting the Bob Marley Celebration show together and will make additional announcements in the coming weeks.