Judah Tribe is blessed with success

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With a style that is reminiscent of the golden age of reggae music,
Judah Tribe has successfully honed its unique blend of soul reggae. Led by singer/guitarist Josh David and music director/keyboardist, Eric “The General” Toussaint, the 8 member ensemble of dynamism is no stranger to first class venues and lively music scene in the US and around the world.

Its members have international roots, stemming from: Africa, Jamaica, France, Haiti and the USA – giving Judah Tribe not only a unique eclectic sound, but also an amazingly huge international following.

“New Day Dawnin” is the title of their recently released debut album that highlights the group’s diversity. From the smooth love song, "Sometimes Love" to the highly political "Sleepwalker," Judah Tribe has captured the imagination of its fans.

Comparisons to legends such as Steel Pulse, Peter Tosh and Bob Marley are not uncommon for Judah Tribe, whose music has been heard far and wide. They have been showcased inside the walls of the United Nations as well as at many prestigious events including; Chase Sounds of The City at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Target 1st Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. Danny Simmon's Corridor Gallery, S.O.Bs and Galapagos in New York City have also welcomed Judah Tribe as featured performers.

Judah Tribe’s success stems from the excellent musicianship of its members, some of whom have been affiliated with a few of the greatest names in music. Josh David currently tours with Q-Tip and has played with internationally-renowned artists: Stevie Wonder, Common, Rene Neufville and Joy Denalane.

Together with Toussaint, David has crafted a phenomenal sound that is
stirring a great deal of conversation/buzz.

Check out www.judahtribe.com for more information on how to get the CD and where to catch them in action.