311’s genre-bending reggae-rock headlines a day of sunny, laid-back tunes from bands such as SOJA and Steel Pulse
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California Roots: The Carolina Sessions
311: These Omaha genre benders broke into the mainstream by fusing rap, reggae, and hard rock on their self-titled album in 1995. It went triple-platinum thanks to the singles “Don’t Stay Home,” “All Mixed Up,” and “Down,” and paved the way for a decades-long career that’s resulted in 11 records, their own cruise, and an unofficial holiday named after them.
SOJA: Soldiers of Jah Army, who love reggae so much that they enlisted and will someday be Colonels of Jah, champion unity, hope, and love in uplifting dancehall tunes such as their latest, “I Believe,” which they co-wrote with Franti.
Steel Pulse: This English-based group has been spreading political yet feel-good reggae to the masses since 1975, and were the first non-Jamaican act to win the Grammy for “Best Reggae Band.”
J Boog: When J Boog takes the mic, reggae, pop, and R&B blend into smile-spreading hits such as “Love Me,” “Sunshine Girl,” “Let’s Do It Again,” and 2011’s “Let Me Know.”
Stick Figure: The California quartet behind the iTunes and Billboard chart-topping reggae album Burial Ground shares roots-reggae and dub.
Passafire: Combining rock-steady reggae and dub with a progressive jam spin, Passafire crafts a sound custom-made for beach lounging, partying with friends, and playing Frisbee with a dreadlocked dog.
Also performing: The Movement | New Kingston | Leilani Wolfgramm | Dustin Thomas | Treehouse