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Friday, June 14th, 2013
8:00 PM to 12:00 AM

Errington Hall?s final show before the summer is an all ages dance with the Toronto-based reggae collective, House of David Gang led by King Saleh.

Throughout their career, the band has been known for their uplifting roots rock reggae sound, which pays homage to the classic 70's & 80's Jamaican sound mixed with a modern rootsy Canadian feel. They take their name from The House of David, an afterhours spot on Queen Street West in Toronto that was a Rasta hotspot for reasoning, dancing and reggae music from the late 80s until the mid 90s.

House of David Gang has performed in front of enthusiastic crowds at Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival, Atlantic Jazz Festival, Evolve Festival, Beaches Jazz Festival, Rasta Fest, Reggae Muskoka, Word On The Street, Irie Music Festival, Ottawa Reggaefest, Toronto Freedom Festival, Salty Jam Fest, Toronto Beer Festival, Barrie Carib Fest, Sunseekers Fest and more.

"One of the most interesting reggae bands in the country"
- Matt Galloway, CBC Radio Host

"Irie classic reggae sound with uplifting lyrics. Ya mon! It gets my approval!"
- Carl Harvey, Producer/Guitarist for Toots & Maytals

"Canada's #1 Roots Reggae Orchestra"
- Reggae Festival Guide

Friday, June 14. 9pm to midnight. Tickets $20 at Cranky Dog, Errington Store, Heaven on Earth. $5 under 12 at the door, free under 5.


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