John Holt For Reggae Sumfest 2K8


JOHN HOLT_2_EDIT.jpgHis songs have spanned decades, and his lovers-rock blend, which has thrilled thousands of fans since he burst on the reggae scene, is set to send Reggae Sumfest fans back in time this summer.

Veteran lovers rock, reggae singer and songwriter, John Kenneth Holt, has been added to this year`s line-up of the festival, set for July 13-19 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Holt is set to help bring the curtains down on the popular musical event on Saturday, July 19th and he is sure to leave lovers 'crooning' for more.

With several albums and a phenomenal list of music to pull from, including the UK Top 10 hit "Help Me Make It Through The Night", "Don't Want To See You Cry", "Sweetie Come Brush Me", "Stick By Me", "Police In Helicopter" and "Up Park Camp", this former ska star turned dreadlocked rootsman, is sure to leave fans yearning for more when he takes to the stage of what is undoubtedly 'Jamaica's Greatest, The World's Best' reggae event on the musical calendar.

Other performances slated for this year's event will come from the legendary crooner, Beres Hammond, as well as roots' Anthony B, Richie Spice, Queen Ifrica, Jah Cure, Tarus Riley, Etana and dancehall's Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Voice Mail, Macka Diamond, Vybz Kartel, Harry Toddler, Busy Signal, Wayne Marshall and Mavado.