Reggae-rock band The Expendables, British R&B singer Maxi Priest, and more set the soundtrack to fundraiser for people with paralysis
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Woodystock Benefit Festival
The Expendables: The reggae-rock band behind the hard-hitting “Down, Down, Down” has toured with Slightly Stoopid and Rebelution.
Maxi Priest: this British singer’s blend of reggae and R&B vaulted him to the top of the charts in 1990 with “Close to You” and the Roberta Flack duet “Set the Night to Music,” yet reggae fans might know him best from “That Girl,” his duet with Shaggy.
Also Appearing: soul-pop singer-songwriter Cris Cab; roots reggae rockers Bachaco